Kotar has been a peaceful nation for many years, ruled by a long line of Kings, said to be descended from the Gods themselves.
The queen has gone missing, and the king seems to be ensnared by a young, foreign princess. A wedding is planned, but is something sinister afoot?
June 6, 2019 - The Summer Festival has started! Create/join threads at the Festival Square! There is also an activity check happening, please post to keep your characters safe. -Xantara
April 7, 2019 - Welcome to all our new members! Spring has sprung in Kotar - and we have a new theme to use as well. -Xantara
March 13, 2019 - Grand Opening! Welcome to Kotar!
A large stone building with rather ornate carvings and statues on the outside. The Temple of Fire sits surrounded by stone pillars that have flames coming out of the top. The main entrance to the altar of Atish is adorned with tapestries and banners often with the symbol of a flame. The altar itself is carved from pure obsidian with an eternal flame flowing from within. Above the altar is a carved marble statue of a great dragon that looks triumphantly out to the world. To the sides are rooms for the priests and priestess of Atish whom have a communal existence and a nonuniform living.
A small, brown stone building surrounded by trees. The room when you walk in is the main worship chamber, with a large altar carved from a huge tree trunk. There are 6 statues of the Goddess Xantara all around the room, evenly spaced throughout the area. Off to each side are the rooms for the priests and priestesses, with men to the left and women to the right.
A large, foreboding building of dark grey stone, strong and unmoving. On either side of the main entrance lies a wolf, their eyes staring straight out into the world and their backs to the temple. Inside is the main worship chamber made of the same grey stone, with tall pillars that reach up to the ceiling. Six crows perch upon a ledge near the top of each pillar, and around the bottom of each winds a snake with their mouths closed as they seem to be looking toward the altar. On each pillar is a torch, set aflame by a blaze that never seems to die out. Between each pillar is a statue of Jadzia, robed and standing tall with her wings folded. The altar has carved on each side the shape of two dragons facing each other. Behind this altar is another statue of Jadzia, though she seems to be staring right toward the entrance, with her wings spread and her hair and dress carved to look as though they were flowing in the wind. Each creature within the temple, the crows, snakes and wolves, are all made of black stone with golden eyes, somewhat eerie in their make. Between the pillars and the altar, there is a door that leads to the room of the Priestesses on the left, and to the right another for the Priests. This is not a place that is frequented by the living.