The dark outline of a towering, massive structure suddenly appears out of the mist ahead. The castle appears badly ruined. There are gaping holes in the walls, and rubble lies strewn on the ground all around. The plaster on the outside walls is crumbling, and large patches of it are blackened as if by soot from a fire. Only empty holes remain where windows once covered the openings.
The dense fog obscures the castle's exact size, allowing you only a hint of its proportions. The walls disappear into the fog at a height of about 30', but they are probably much higher than that. On the ground, it appears to cover an area of at least 100'x50', but probably more.
The doors at the entrance to the castle are wide open, revealing a dark interior.
The remains of two tall iron doors hang precariously from their hinges at the entrance to the castle. The metal has rusted through completely, leaving a brittle substance that seems ready to crumble at the slightest touch. A hallway is visible behind the doors. Its walls are blackened, as if by fire, although patches of a mural can be made out here and there. The arched ceiling above has partially collapsed, covering the floor with debris. Further down the hallway, two bronze doors that have turned green with corrosion over the centuries lean against the walls. A smaller, wooden door fills an opening in the west wall.