The mansion was situated around the base of the tower. The presence of wealth was evident on every visible surface of the mansion. Beautiful spires and shrubberies surrounded the two story structure. All prospective students were met and interviewed in the mansion's parlor. The basement contained two large pools—one of fresh water and one of sea water. Many aspiring sea mages used these pools during their conjurations of water elementals and even marids. The rest of the basement contained the treasure of the White Agate. A wide variety of guardians protected the wealth stored here. The keys to the treasure rooms were kept behind a plain wall that was opened by a single command word that only the White Agate and his five most trusted students knew.
The tower portion of this complex rose 90 ft. (27m) into the air and sat at the opposite end of a small courtyard where students often ate their meals. The tower housed the personal quarters of the White Agate, a library, the dormitory for his prized pupils, as well as his school for mages.
- ↑ Canon material does not provide dating for the Al-Qadim campaign setting. For the purposes of this wiki only, the current date for Al-Qadim products is assumed to be 1367 DR.