Campaign of the Month: July 2016
Statue of Athea
The Statue of Athea is one of the seven ancient wonders of Alfaysia. No one knows who constructed the statue, which stands over 279 feet tall from the tip of its sword to top of the base. The statue sits at the center of the harbor in the capital city of the kingdom of Pentad, Parthenon.
Various rooms and hallways inside the base of the statue are used by the port authority and the city watch as governmental offices.
Most of the citizens believe that the statue of Athea is a tribute to the Imperial goddess Minerva, which it closely resembles. Scholars fight a never ending battle to dispute this trend, pointing out vainly that the statue predates the Varencian empire by hundreds of years if not more, and was clearly built prior to the rise of the Imperial faith and the worship of Minerva.