The Blessed Rooftop Garden

••• Celestial Wood Manse
-•• Maintenance (The trees and other plants in the garden need care as the seasons change)
-• Fragility (6L/9B external soak, 3L/6B internal, and can take 30 pts of damage before Power Failure.)
-• Habitability (The canopy of leaves created by the numerous trees provides some cover but is open otherwise)
•••• Divine Observatory (The floor of the manse can turn into a view of the Loom of Fate)
••• Guardian (Largest tree in the manse is actually the god of the manse charged with protecting it)
•• Veil of Shadow (Eavesdropping on the occupants is impossible when an occupant is touching a tree)
• Magical Conveniences
1. Trees bend, weave together, and grow to provide beds, desks, and open space when needed.
2. Trees branches will reach out to hold items such as weapons, lamps, and documents.
3. Tree branches will reach out to prepare food for the occupants and can shape ambrosia and quintessence.

Atop one the many towering apartment buildings in the Five Spheres Residential District rests the Blessed Rooftop Garden. Created in the First Age for the God of Overgrown Forests and Jungles, the manse takes the form of an idyllic deciduous forest occupying the entirety of the building’s roof. The trees in this forest purposefully move themselves into beautiful arrangements that change with each visit. Additionally, the tree do provide some cover and amenities to the manse holder, making the manse a prime piece of real estate usual kept among members of the Convention of the East. As an added bonus for Sidereal occupants, the floor of the manse can shift from appearing like a dirt path to a clear crystal that provides a view of the Loom of Fate.

The Blessed Rooftop Garden

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