Artist: Wagner - Song: Lohengrinn Overture
Entering only after Yugiri had done so, Erchanhardt shut the gate behind them, then once more led the way through the courtyard. It was rather immense in size, paved with brick except for a large, lush garden within the center. On the left was a wall lined with windows, suggesting a good many rooms, and on the right an outdoor walkway, which sat a great many feet above the ground, as if to watch over the courtyard proper. A pair of walkways crossed through the greenery in the courtyard's center, and Erchanhardt naturally walked through the tranquil little place. It always brought him a faint peace of mind.
After the courtyard came the door to the castle proper, of course, and much like the gate beforehand, Erchanhardt opened it for Yugiri to allow her first entry.
"My apologies if it is a bit dreary. Most days I am here entirely alone, unless something requires doing which I simply cannot attend to myself. The castle rarely sees company."
Past the door lay a quite grand entry hall, tall stained glass windows lining the walls as two immense staircases went to the second floor. A chandelier hung from the ceiling, and by all accounts, it was a building of exceptional design. Yet, many of the lamps lay unlit, the whole place only illuminated by the setting sun, and something about that gave the building an atmosphere that almost seemed abandoned, perhaps a bit sad.