The Shattered Star
The Crow is a massive stone monument that rises from the waters of Magnimar’s harbor. It was once a support for the Irespan, but with that monument’s collapse, the Crow is nothing more than an immense freestanding piling. As with every one of the Irespan’s columns, the Crow is intricately carved and embossed with ancient statuary and bas-reliefs featuring the motif of a specific animal or monster-in this case, hundreds of crow like gargoyles and carvings and decorations. Like all of the surviving pilings, the Crow is 200 feet wide along its midsection (widening to over 250 feet at the upper section where the piling once supported the Irespan above). The Crow extends 220 feet above sea level, and extends another so feet underwater to the harbor floor.
Within the Crow, all walls, floors, and ceilings are of carefully fitted masonry-the chambers are well over 10,000 years old, but are in remarkably good shape because wherever the structure hasn’t collapsed, ancient preservative magics still function. There is no lighting unless otherwise noted. Ceilings are 10 feet high in corridors and 15 feet high in chambers. Most of the doors within the Crow were wooden and have long since rotted away-those that still exist are carefully crafted of stone and can be opened as normal doors, though they have no locks unless noted as such.