This domed chamber is nearly two hundred feet across. A large pool of bubbling prismatic liquid occupies the center of a raised dais in the middle of the chamber. The spiky flanges of the seven- pointed Sihedron are engraved into the marble floor. Each tip of the enormous rune points at a twenty-five-foot-tall statue facing the pool with its back approximately ten feet from a partially concealed arched opening in the wall directly behind it. Each statue depicts a different figure, but all are imperious and finely detailed.
Statue 1: A towering man with gems set in his forehead and hands, dressed in robes and wielding a burning glaive.
Statue 2: A short smiling man with a hooked nose and beady eyes, wearing robes and wielding a spear.
Statue 3: A heavyset woman with a sneering visage and an imperious stance, dressed in a flowing dress and wielding a halberd.
Statue 4: A voluptuous woman with a seductive look, large eyes, and long flowing hair; this statue is nude and wields a double-headed guisarme.
Statue 5: A strikingly handsome man adorned with a close-cropped beard and a charming expression; his form is dressed in extravagant clothes and wields a lucerne hammer.
Statue 6: A gothic beauty with wild hair and a somewhat insane expression, this woman wears a long flowing dress and wields a thorny ranseur.
Statue 7: An obese man, his flesh rotten in places so that the bones show through, wearing a ragged robe and wielding a scythe.