Curse of Strahd
The road fades away under a covering of snow, but it takes you far enough to see the facade of some kind of temple carved into the sheer mountainside ahead. The front of the structure is fifty feet high and has six alcoves containing twenty-foot-tall statues. Each statue is carved from a single block of amber and depicts a faceless, hooded figure, its hands pressed together in a gesture of prayer. Between the two innermost statues is a twentyfoot-tall archway with a staircase leading down.
An old and hard to reach structure, The Amber Temple is an ancient keeper of secrets. A cold, dark place carved out of the snowy slope of Mount Ghakis. Under Kasimir's advisement the heroes venture into the temple in search of magic; magic powerful enough to defeat Strahd.