What is odd about the chapel is that it doesn’t seem set up for worship of any kind. There are no benches, and no signs that there ever were. There is no alter or other physical objects that would facilitate worship. Rather, it is a large plain room with the exception of the far wall opposite the entrance. On the opposite wall is a large high-relief sculpture depicting all four of the gods. The scene is roughly balanced, with Laura’lel & Ukuran sculpted in high-relief in the center, Laur’an & Sha’iam Dar located on either side of them in the background looking on, and in the exact center is Sunderus. The scene seems to depict the gods standing in judgement of Sunderus, who is looking up at the gods with both a look of defiance and pain. The sculpture is very large, spanning nearly 15 feet high and 25 feet wide taking up the entire back wall. There are no visible light sources, but the whole room seems to glow with ambient light. Magic users entering the room begin to feel a buzzing about their entire body, getting stronger as they approach the sculpture – indicating very strong magics. The feeling is more disconcerting rather than painful.
The chapel is not to be confused with a smaller temple chamber located inside the barracks – which was primarily used as a place of worship for the dwarves and seems dedicated to Ukuran.