The fourth youngest version of the the Temple of the First Dragon was a modest period in the temple’s history, for at the time the cult was small and most of its membership was entrusted with access to the deeper levels. The nave (A) had many entrances in its day and was primarily a place of congregation before descending further. This is the only level of temple to have a portico that was preserved during burying (B). A large burrowing monster now occupies this court and has a tunnel to the way below.
“The Dragon Gate” (C) contains two fine statues that would greet new initiates as they entered, while another impressive shrine (D) accepted their offerings until they could be trusted to enter the depths and offer them themselves. The way down (E) was not always secret, but at some point the door was removed and a false wall added.