- Although hints of Guiltspur’s architecture exist in Jubbek’s Halls and in the green spire, it’s not until you descend past the fog through the mage’s private sanctum that you truly enter the preserved halls of Guiltspur itself.
The change in architectural style from caverns partially expanded by giants to chambers of Thassilonian construction is a stark one indeed. Most of the chambers here are nearly perfectly preserved. As with the other Thassilonian dungeons you have explored, Guiltspur itself is protected by ancient magics that ward it against erosion and decay.
All worked-stone walls, floors, and ceilings within the Guiltspur Depths are of magically treated stone, and doors are made of magically treated iron (unless otherwise indicated). Further, the architecture here radiate strong abjuration and divination magic.