Garden and Lecture Hall
As you open the door to the South wing your immeadately greeted by pleasantly warm air and the sweet smell of flowers from all over the Empire. The sounds of bird song and the soft rush of water provide the perfect backdrop for the deep thinking and civilized conversation the Library Gardens are so famous for. A small wooden foot bridge arches over the stream of stream of perfectly clear water a pair of sad looking middle aged men stare wistfully at the brightly coloured fish that call this stream their home. The garden proper consists mainly of a terraced hill rising toward the southern end of the gigantic room. Each level sports rings of brightly colloured wildflowers, small stands of exotic fruit bearing trees, benches made from the finest wood, scroll stands containing information on everything from current events to the philosophy of swordsmanship, large gazebos with small tables and hanging flowerboxes, and lastly wooden stairs leading up to the next level.
At the summat, in the center of ten rings of flowers, lies the great lecture hall. Standing 8 storys high and draped in Imperial White Ivy this building is capable of housing over 10000 listeners and boasts magically enhanced acoustics to ensure that every word is delivered as if the speaker where standing next to you. Currently there are no lectures scheadualed.
Behind the lecture hall a great watterfall cascades from the image of a dragon head, splitting on the hill and feeding the stream below. A lone man sits on a bench stareing at the rushing white water and tapping his chin thoughfully.