How ironic that this dark dungeon used to be the temple of a Sun god. Now it has become the abode of foul undead creatures. You will be coming here to vanquish the evil Shade Lord in connection with the Deaths in the Umar Hills quest and in connection with the third and final Ranger Stronghold quest.
Here you will find several very hostile undead. If your level is low when you do the quest, there will be a Skeleton Warrior and a couple of Shadows. If you have reached a high level, they are accompanied by a Lich.
Here you will be greeted by two Child Spirits. They ask you for Amauna's Bones (found back at 3), that they may lay their Prophetess to rest. When you give them the bones, both spirits die and Amauna's Spirit appears and thanks you. She gives you the Shadow Dragon Wardstone and Dawn's Light Symbol.
Here is another party of undead waiting to fight you. More or less same composition as at 12, including the Lich if your level is high enough.
Here is a major "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" moment. To get across the tiles safely, you must walk a path that spells "AMAUNATOR". Start in the bottom right corner, then go up, left, up, up, up, left, up, up, up. Follow the same path in reverse to get back again.
Incidentally, this is also where you may have to return towards the end of Chapter 6 if you are romancing one of the NPCs.
Here you will meet a Shadow who promises to help if you will carry it across the tiles. If you refuse, it attacks you. If you accept, you get to carry it across the tiled floor before it attacks you.
The container in the upper corner of the room, at (x=2720, y=1690) contains the Lightstone Symbol.
Here is a door which can only be opened if you have the Sun Gem from 16.
To open the final door, you must have the Symbol of Amaunator. To get this symbol, you must find the Sun Ray Symbol (from the Amaunator statue at 6), the Dawn's Light Symbol (given to you by Amauna at 13), and the Lightstone Symbol (found at 17). Once you have all three symbols in your inventory, they automatically join to form the Symbol of Amaunator.
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