The Seven Rings

Description: A series of seven waist deep interlinked pools, each being fed continually by fountains and vents. The floors of the pools are covered in light blue tiles. The statues themselves appear to be wizards of various races and ages, each of them are casting water in a high arc fro the tips of their fingers, a wand, or a staff.

Word on the Street: Most folks gotta worry about where their water comes from, if it’s been dirtied up somewhere along the way. We’re lucky to have rings.

History: Built during the term of the third Duke of North Stead the unusual sight serves several purposes. According to the wizards who assisted in it’s construction the water will flow freely forever, giving the citizens an endless supply of water should a prolonged siege ever take place as it did in the past. It also the rest of the water being brought into the city through pipes. The wizards and engineers who collaborated on the project insisted that it should be awe-inspiring as well as functional and spent three years planning and perfecting the spells around it. Ever since it has proven a popular destination to visitors and those who live in North Stead as well.

The Seven Rings

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