Well rested and well cared for the magi pass some time and night turn to morning. The servants make the magiâ€™s morning so pleasant so that this morning and breakfast will not be forgotten in a hurry.
A time after the breakfast a servant comes to take them to the master. The magi walk out of the guesthouse and through the small gate and along a causeway to the central building. The large portal that leads into the lichen infested stone building, is purposefully designed to make anyone who pass through feel small. One can see vines scurrying they way from bottom to the top of the building.
Through the gate and into a small hallway the magi pass, everyone can see the spectacular tapestries covering the wall, depicting tales of unknown heroes with deeds lost to the rest of mankind. At the end of the hallway a second door stands the servant opens the door and shows that the magi should pass through the doorway.
The servant follows the magi within the door into a large council chamber. In front of the magi at the end of the room and on a raised dais a wedge shaped table stands. At the table five magi sits and observe the Ad Fons magi as they enters the room. The entire room is so designed that it feels as if the visitor is on trial. Every magus at the table has his or her back against the opposite wall. In the middle of the table there sits a magus who by the looks of his chair is most important.
The servant announces. [color=red]There are the magi guests that came during the night. The servant put his head against the floor as is customary in the covenant.
The magus at the head of the table speaks. [color=red]Welcome strangers. Please introduce your self. I am Pjotr Stanislaw Ex Miscellanea Filus Igor Rastavan.
The servant seems not to move but awaits a command from his master.