Grand, Cavernous, Sunken
When the world flooded 300 years ago, the spiritual and crafty Laevita moved to caverns and crevices, where the narrow passageways, enclosed spaces, and enormous cliffs provided shelter and protection from hostile creatures and monsters. Some especially pious Laevitan communities were fortunate enough not to have to move when the world flooded, for Lavutis, the god of life and water, blessed their land and covered it with an enormous magical air bubble.
The Laevita take pride in their architecture and craftsmanship, building large facades to their structures in the faces of cliffs. Laevita greatly enjoy the sound of running water, particularly waterfalls, and often build monuments to their holy god next to them.