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Water Temple by Van-Dunkelschreiber Water Temple by Van-Dunkelschreiber
During the pilgrimage of the elements, many pilgrims disappeared never to complete their journey to enlightenment. It was soon thought that the Water Temple was responsible for these disappearances. The temple lay beneath the waves on a shelf of the ocean floor. As part of the trials towards enlightenment a pilgrim had to successfully get to the temple on his own. Once there he had to worship at the three fountains: the fountain of cleansing, the fountain of nurture, and most important the fountain of purity which was to be worshiped at last. Those times have past and the temple remains hidden beneath the waves. Many believe that the temple douse not exist. But I like my father believe that such a structure douse exist after all my father found two of the four temples.
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ButterSword Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2011
I'd like to find a place like that.
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Van-Dunkelschreiber Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
same here

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