Flames of War
Mullond aka the White City
In the middle of Lake Levenar there is a large island commonly referred to as the God’s eye. Upon it the Holy City of Mullond, center of the Ayoran faith, resides. Though commonly called the White City for its alabaster fortified walls, it is no city but rather a large sanctuary for its clergy and those being trained in the faith.
Foundation: Founded by the Holy Saint Funebre at the start of the third age, he first came to set up camp upon the God’s eye. It is said, this is where he communed with the Gods and Ayora was the only to ever respond. The Ayoran faith was founded
Archbasilica of Saint Ayora – The centerpiece of the White City, the magnificent Basilica was built around the around 7th century replacing the earlier, Capilla de Funebre. The Basillica is located where it was believed Saint Funebre made contact with Ayora. The main hall can accommodate a congregation of 40,000 people making it the largest church in the world. Despite this, is rarely used or open to the public.
Capilla de Funebre- Built by Saint Aneris in the 4th century making it the oldest building in Mullond. The Capilla de Funebre is a rectangular hall that serves as the domestic chapel of the current Holiness, it is also used for services and special occasions.
Librerium of Lazaran – One of the largest libraries in the kingdom of Lodis, perhaps of all Ecanthia. The library’s historical content is vast and varies greatly ranging from scientific development to archived historical tomes of events, compiling events dating back to the beginning of the third age.
Julianus Museum- Containing the largest collection of ancient and old age sculpture in the world, the museum of Julianus has galleries containing such wealth of magnificent and significant pieces that would take somebody months to get through it all. Though the Museum of Julianus is open to visitors, the Vault of Saint Julianus, where the archivist work is strictly off limits.
Plaza de Saint Anelis – The grand Plaza of Saint Anelis sits in front of the Path of Perseverance, laid out by Cardinal Bertrudis around the 656 to 679 to provide a setting where the faithful from all over the world could gather. The large circular area measures around 200 meters long and is enclosed at each end by semicircular columns surmounted by statues of 16 different saints. On either side of the ovals are fountains. Overlooking from the Capilla is the Balcony his Holiness address his congregation on special occasions.