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Deep in the depths of the dark, just a few hops from the void a bight Beacon of light and fire burned. Blackfires leaping up to show it was there, upon coming to the gate there was a sprawling rose garden of bloody black roses, Sprawling over the veranda, it looked like a castle out of History.
The gates were made of brick and Iron, but you could see the the granite doors carves with Tigers and roses the fire illuminates it well. The height and width of the castle shown. One must be careful in the Dark, try not to feed the roses they are eternally hungry and they love flesh and blood.
If you get the invitation upon entering you see that the fires lick upon the walls instead of torches lighting the grand foyer. Much like the palace of Versai high vaulted ceilings with decorative paintings on the ceilings which oddly enough the fires don’t burn and the flooring made of marble with silver running through the cracks. Looking to the left it’s almost like a pieces history coming to life as a 16th century Dining room with a full spread table and chandeliers hanging above it, more for decoration, then lighting.
To the right is a japanese dojo from the 13-14th century , upon the wall are plaques as well as a major arrays of weapons, and along side wall were pells of many different forms of martial arts looking well used.
Opposite of the door that you enter seeing a grand staircase following up to a carved onyx door a single rose carved into the stone, over the outline of a tiger. this was the door to her bed room, if one happened to venture around the stairs they would find the door to the bathing pool, this door was carved alabaster of two grecian women pouring pitchers of water.
If one were to ask it would be her castle made of memories, from her memory and work as she carved the stone herself and the fires were a gift of the dark. There were 6 tigers that padded around the castle and though they looked like living flame when they were on patrol. “Just remember Don’t feed the roses”