The Kings Castle: The Kingdom Of Dungeon's Castle
The King’s Castle was majestically perched on top of a hill and dominated over Dungeon’s valley. Dungeon’s Valley was the dominant Kingdom of that time, located on the Western side of the Drakenlands, which comprised not only Dungeon’s Valley but also the Northern territories. Dungeon’s Valley counted 3 towns, namely Lindel, Northborock and Panilla valley. Each of these towns were led by people close to the King like his advisors, Lords, Dukes, and some of his loyal allies like Lord Heines who was also his cousin’s Karles father-in-law. The Northern territories counted 5 towns and settlements, namely burburry, black stone and the 3 Northern territories.
The King’s Castle was a place where war strategies were taken but at the same time, it was considered as his haven, where he would indulge in the most unconventional practices. Spanning 50 acres above Dungeon’s Valley, the Castle was the Pride of the Kingdom. A Gothic Masterpiece with orate windows, an internal courtyard, and several rooms with vaulting arches.
King Andrew, loved to spend time in the “King’s baths”, an underground room decorated and equipped by the Sultan Habib’s personal architect. He would spend most of his afternoons there, surrounded by the most beautiful girls who were mostly peasants, women of the courts and servants. He was most of the time drank and loud, and judging by the circumstances; naked.
The King was not so young, but he lived like he was still 25 years old, getting as much women as he could…