Temple of Pharasma
The Temple of Pharasma is several hundred years old, and is by far the most elaborate and beautiful structure in Ravengro. It rests on the far western edge of town, across the Ravengro River.
The temple is constructed of white marble and has a large, aged oak door bound with iron. Stained glass windows adorn the front and sides, depicting various incarnations of Pharasma, as well as her common symbol (a whorl of greenish-blue flame).
The temple itself has one large, ornate main chapel; the offices of the temple’s officials are along a hallway at the rear-left of the church, while a similar hallway on the right leads to the sparse quarters for the temple’s housed clergy, and a stairway that leads to the temple’s cellar, where there are more living quarters, storage, an unused crypt, and the temple’s cramped library.