The Hall of the Betrayed is the second entrance to the Temple of the Winds, only accessible by one who has been fully betrayed, giving that person no reason to follow through with their original plan. The Hall's accessibility is, like many of the most powerful forms of magic, subject to perception; betrayal need only be true in the eyes of the supposedly betrayed. For example, Richard Rahl was able to enter the Hall of the Betrayed despite the fact that he had misunderstood his betrayer, Kahlan Amnell's, actions.