The amount of work done to the temple seemed to increase between each visit. Of course, it was slow work – earthmoving in any capacity always was – but already the entire complex had evolved from one central room to include a branching hallway, which currently seemed to be comprised of a study-come-sleeping-area and one or two storage rooms. The large, open foyer was still the centrepiece, with its elaborate tiling, array of empowered artefacts and most notable of all, the faintly-humming portal.
Most intriguing to Rosa was the speed with which the temple had been... populated, for want of a better term, with personal effects. The excavations, it appeared, were secondary to the arrangement of various items to be placed safely upon their respective shelves; for now mostly scrolls, books, and smaller possessions, though she had noticed the beginnings of furniture in the study. That last point caused some faint amusement whenever it crossed her mind