The sixth newest construction of the the Temple of the First Dragon was originally in the circular dome style popular in the early period of the cult of the dragon. It has three domed chambers (C, D, E) to which pillars have been added to support the temple levels added above. One of these chambers (E) contained the offering pit by which offerings could be dropped to to the dragon god. When the level above was added, this pit was closed around for improved delivery and structure. Despite this addition, a failed pillar has resulted in partial collapse in this chamber.
In this era of the cult, it was small enough to merit only one entrance (A) which now joins the stairs to the level above. The stairs down to the deeper levels (B) are not secured at this depth. Few, even the most faithful cultists, pass through this level to commune with the dragon god. None linger here on their way as a long-mad priest, made immortal by infusions of dragon blood, wanders this level of the temple rambling prophecy and attacking intruders.