The Unrolling Scroll was a shrine of Oghma, located in the Upper City of Baldur's Gate. It was a popular destination for Baldurian weddings, ceremonies or other formal recitations.[1]


The building was constructed out of white marble and featured a striking red roof with gold leaf trim. Beneath the roof was a reflecting pool set into a rather deep basin.[1]

The roof itself was constructed with remarkable acoustics, ensuring that any words spoken around the reflecting pool resounded for all to hear.[1]

Rumors & LegendsEdit

It was believed that any bard or other artist that examined their reflection within the pool, for at least half a day, would receive a vision from Oghma himself.[1]


The shrine was established sometime before the Year of Shadows, 1358 DR, [4][5][3] and remained standing throughout the 15th century, until at least the Year of Three Ships Sailing, 1492 DR.[1]



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