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10·24·12 - Despite an attempt at a fancy roof and modeled architechture, this place really only sells the most bland of food items.
8·20·12 - The Earl of Darkshire was not very generous in his later, more depraved years. Just a fun fact. That may or may not explain the state of his lawn.
8·20·12 - The Earl of Darkshire was somewhat known for capturing trespassers and placing them in his dungeon in order to help further his not-so-successful fashion empire.
8·20·12 - It is fabled that, long ago, the Earl of Darkshire was banished to Oblivion for crimes concerning dark and loose morals. Such morals netted him a lot of cash and, subsequently, this palace.
8·20·12 - You can't enter by this side. And we're not sorry 'bout it, either.
8·20·12 - If you really want to trespass that badly, the Western gate has an opening.
8·20·12 - No matter how hard one tries, Oblivion will always ebb darkness into whatever light is created.
8·20·12 - It was here that the Earl would retreat after a long day of intemperance and banishment, only to be met with an opulent void. His story is told in this last place of residence.
8·20·12 - Unable to flourish until the very timely and fiery death of the palace's owner, it's heard to immagine that this ground used to be nothing but charred earth.
8·20·12 - People of all shade of immorality flocked to the oasis the Earl had created. The house may have as well been empty. As the Earl aged, he cared for nothing but his gardens, a replica of past times.
8·20·12 - The Earl was cast off to Oblivion, where he was intended to suffer. But a shade only grows when thrown into darkness and Darkshire's reach expanded, creating a region of sin and lawlessness.
8·20·12 - With a broken heart, the Earl cast away his morals and forged an empire Ravenwood had never seen before. But after a blood drenched night, his degeneracy could no longer be overlooked.
8·20·12 - No matter how hard he tried, the Earl of Darkshire could not get anything to grow in the heart of his palce.
8·20·12 - The gardens soon found themselves withered and decayed. The Earl then realized that sinking into the underworld had only pulled him further from his love. She would be disgusted to see him rotted so.
8·20·12 - It was the lack of riches, the Earl belived, that lead to the death of his wife. Those who sat in the seat of corruption never lost their loved ones. And so the depravity began.
8·20·12 - And so with nothing but empty wealth, the Earl destroyed all his earthly posessions, along with his body, in a plume of smoke and fire. But somehow, amongst the ash, the gardens grew once more.
8·20·12 - Before being banished, the Earl lived in a more modest cottage, pleased with the simple beauty of the garden his wife would tend year by year.
8·20·12 - Wrought from the imported earth itself, this palace is a monument of rebellion against the complete desolation of Oblivion.
8·20·12 - They say that the Earl did not decend into debauchery until the untimely and tragic demise of his beloved wife. This is a memorial to her life, however short and beautiful it was.
8·20·12 - And so as the Earl was banished from most of Ravenwood, he walked up the well manicured path to his palace, with a smirk.
8·20·12 - These grand but empty halls were never filled as the Earl of Darkshire never really had any friends.