The 250-foot-tall cliffs are carved to depict several of the God Kings of ancient Osirion. The huge monument was made in order to encourage the sailors of the vast Osirian fleets that plied the Inner Sea. Kusha-ta-Pahk was the name of the monument's main architect. The folds of their raiment form natural ledges, niches and caverns, reachable only by a dangerous climb from the harsh coast below. A number of monstrous inhabitants live in the cliffside caverns, including harpies and sirens.