Standing in the temple chamber Jinn recalled something about a dead religion? Or was it a dead god? It was clear they were in an elemental place of worship. As the group explored further they encountered a complicated network of culverts connecting different areas of the building. The ceiling of the main room swirled in a network of storm clouds that burst overhead as the group puzzled over one of the locked doors. With lightning and acid raining down upon them, they dove into one of the culverts only to reemerge in a chamber with a gibbering mouther. When the creature (and the dark unicorn Chari inadvertently summoned) was defeated the party opted to take a brief respite while Thunderstrike, in the form of an octopus, scouted ahead.
Making their way through the passages the group came into an enormous cavern. Small waterfalls spilled over platforms down into a large pool below. On an island at the center of the pool lay a tablet on a plinth. Curious about the artifact, the party descended to investigate. It was Chari who noticed they were not alone—a huge elemental watched them from the water’s depths. Opting to avoid a potential confrontation, they left the tablet undisturbed and clambered back to the upper levels.
On their way out they came across the long-dead body of an adventurer. As he rifled through the remains Jinn discovered a coded message on a thin piece of metal. However, he was only able to partially decipher it. Having had their fill of exploration, the party returned to Jasper and Cobble to inform them that their antagonistic neighbor would no longer be a problem. Besides, Jinn was beginning to feel under the weather.