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Because Castle Amber was taken, this one is … purple.

Chateau d'Aubergine (with grid)

Chateau d’Aubergine (with grid)

A small and lightly fortified castle, Chateau d’Aubergine is home of Madame d’Aubergine and her children – a clan of noble sorcerers of ancient elven blood. The matron of the family dominates all affairs at the Chateau, with her offspring rarely seen (and never heard) in the background.

A small number of servants maintain the grounds and the hedge maze garden, but are only seen outdoors at night as they are all morlocks – accordingly the garden’s flowers are an odd assortment who’s colours are far from complimentary (as they are never seen in bloom by the gardeners). Inside the castle the thin albino morlocks serve as maids, butlers, chefs and manservants for the d’Aubergine clan.

Chateau d'Aubergine (no grid)

Chateau d’Aubergine (no grid)

A second floor can easily be added for more living space, and of course there MUST be a secret dungeon beneath the castle.


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