|Chapter Accessible||Chapter 4: The Hunt for the Eggs|
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|South Exit||Windy Way|
The Chapel Knoll is a location based in Hoogland, seen in the game Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy. It is where the village's disturbing custom takes place, of offering brides to the mythical Dragonlord in order to bring fair winds to their village.
The chapel is located on a high hill in the village, and is an old Azran structure housing one of the Aura Stones. A small path leads up to the chapel, and mountains as well as a windmill can be seen in the distance.
Chapter 4: The Hunt for the Eggs
Professor Layton and the group follow the wedding party to the chapel, to witness a confrontation. Julien begs Sage Sheppard to stop the ceremony, however Romilda assures him that she was happy to be the Dragonlord's bride. The ceremony commences, and soon Romilda is locked in the chapel, hoping for fair winds to bless their village once more. Emmy is disturbed by this ceremony and approaches Sheppard on the matter, to which he explains she was used as a sacrifice to appease the Dragonlord; Romilda's soul would depart the world, turning into winds that would bless the village. With anger, Emmy demands that Romilda be set free, however Sheppard refused to let visitors change the village's custom.
Forgetting about the Aura Stone, Emmy then makes it her top priority to rescue the bride from the chapel, as Professor Sycamore reminds her not to act rashly. Aurora then begins to sense the egg coming from inside the chapel, as well as another unknown force stronger than the egg. Giving them an extra incentive to find a way into the chapel, the group decide to ask around the village for more information.
Once balance had been restored within the chapel, Sheppard feels a difference in the wind, and immediately hears voices in the chapel. He opens the chapel doors, to find Julien beside Romilda, exclaiming that his fiancée's life has been preserved. Professor Layton and Sycamore explain to Sheppard that the chapel had been built by an ancient civilization, and the harsh winds were caused by its imbalance. They then assure him that it had been fixed, and that they will only enjoy fair winds from then on. This causes Sheppard to feel guilt for all the brides he had sacrificed, but Emmy comforts him that his final sacrifice had brought peace to their village.