THE FORGOTTEN IDOL OF BAALZEBUL

AFTER ALL THESE YEARS, THEY STILL SEEK TO STEAL THOSE EYES…

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THE TEMPLE OF THE IDOL

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The Temple of the Idol is place of worship of several Lizardfolk who serve the fallen Archon known as Baalzabul. Thieves have sought the Temple simply due to the rumors of intense treasure thought to he houses within its stone walls. However, it is often religious men (monks, paladins, knights, and clerics) that seek to find the Temple in order to destroy the Evil that lies within. Known for their ruthlessness, the Lizardfolk kidnap travelers to sacrifice to their vile god.

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The Idol itself is an immense statue rises nearly 50 feet from a marble altar. Carved from some unknown reddish rock, the statue depicts the arch-devil Baalzebul himself. The statue features two immense red gems for eyes, a flaming bowl held in two immense clawed hands, and a mouth widened in a rictus that promises pain and suffering to all who gaze on the fearful visage of the arch-fiend.

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