Sacred Grove Of Bacchus

There is something about wine and fertility that appeals to many different cultures. It is probably better to be drunk and happy than sad and not. So it should be surprised that even Bacchus has followers in Enoch. The Roman deity is even said to appear in Notus from time to time. If stories are to be believed, it was here in the grove that he first appeared. Whether any of it is true or not, his followers gather amid the olive trees and neighboring wine vineyards to celebrate him and all that he stands for. At the heart of the grove is a single marble gazebo and in the gazebo's center is a fountain which ever flows with sweet, spring water that the priestesses use to water the grape vines. This water is said to have magical properties that help make the wine taste better and to give the priestesses longevity. For that reason only they are allowed to drink it!

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