Well this is nice. Well-written, concise, and consistent greco-roman "Namery" (new word, means same-sounding naming). Looking forward to part II, in which I'm guessing, Solomon goes on to do something epic.
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And bless you for splitting this into parts. Wise.
In the old forest that Kaukenn was originally built under, such a pattern acted as simple camouflage among the sun-dappled shadows thrown by towering trees. Each marble block holds an enchantment subtly enhancing that effect, causing the veins to undulate slowly in a breeze or the colors to darken or lighten to match the ambient light.
A deceptively simple yet evocative detail!