Perhaps the most obvious feature of the temple is its relative size and emptiness. Most citizens of Seacourt worship at private shrines or pray to foreign gods. The gods and goddesses of the ocean are much more important to the citizens of Seacourt than the Twelve Lords who, according to local legend, hold most of their power on land. Furthermore, the hill upon which the Abbarathian sits is surrounded by the wealthy elite and the offices of municipal power. It isn’t particularly inviting to the commoners, sailors, or foreigners who make up the majority of Seacourt’s population from day-to-day.