The Governor's Palace
Purpose / Function
The building has grown considerably since its initial construction. It has become tradition for each new Governor of Opus to leave their mark on the governor's palace through some new addition or renovation. The Terminus is enclosed at the very center of the structure in the tallest section of the building under a large dome.
The core of the structure is built in a Gothic style. Some of the additions, thought, are made using varying other architectural styles. Notably, the building is largely made from stone recovered at great expense from the ruins of The First City.
The structure was constructed soon after the time of the Scholars, but most records from that time have been destroyed or lost. Since then, the structure has gotten much larger. Defenses have been added, but no army has ever managed to breach the walls of Opus.