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High Hrothgar
High Hrothgar
is a massive Temple to the Dragonoph Religion that was constructed by the prophet Ysgramor at the top of the mountain peak called the Throat of the World or Hrothgar and is on the southern end of and inside the Lucernian Mountains.

High Hrothgar was founded by Ysgramor following his return from his time with the dragons, and would be the crowning acheievement of his life alongside the Holy Text called Wings of Alduin. The Temple would be manned by the deciples of Ysgramor, and during its earliest times, it was silently the nest of a large number of White Dovah of whom silently communicated with Ysgramor of whom became more and more fanatical in his persuit of expanding Dragonoph throughout the world. This persuit would continue after the point he was said to die, and his position would be taken over by the Greybeards of whom became the devout leadership of the religious Dragonoph.

Seven Thousand Steps

The act of climbing the seven thousand steps holds a spiritual significance for many who believe in Dragonoph due to the belief that men were created by Kyne on this mountain when the sky breathed onto the land. This belief has led to pilgrims from all across Europe traveling to the Throat of the World, and several may be encountered along the mountain path either meditating or studying the etched tablets.

The path leading to High Hrothgar begins in the village of Ivarstead - across the main bridge in the north-west side of town. The mountain path itself is treacherous and is host to a multitude of dangerous creatures such as Frost Trolls, Ice Wraiths, Snow Bears, Ice Wolves, Frostbite Spiders and occasionally Dragons.

Temple

History

Early History

High Hrothgar was founded by Ysgramor following his return from his time with the dragons, and would be the crowning acheievement of his life alongside the Holy Text called Wings of Alduin. The Temple would be manned by the deciples of Ysgramor, and during its earliest times, it was silently the nest of a large number of White Dovah of whom silently communicated with Ysgramor of whom became more and more fanatical in his persuit of expanding Dragonoph throughout the world. This persuit would continue after the point he was said to die, and his position would be taken over by the Greybeards of whom became the devout leadership of the religious Dragonoph.

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