Within the forested areas situated to the left of Portoblanco houses a massive mansion - mostly gray in color save for the muted teals on the roofing and architectural decorations. The house has three wings total: the Eastern Wing, the Western Wing, and the Main Wing. The left hand side showcases one of the turrets, connected to the Western Wing, indicating four levels within it: this was connected to a smaller section, which connected to the Main Wing that has nearly six levels in total. The right hand side, not pictured, houses the Eastern Wing that includes a library, the greenhouse, and a few other rooms.
Previously owned by Baron Earl Lyndon, this manor was known to be used as a summer home for the Lyndon family until the Baron passed away mysteriously. The manor was then passed down to his only heir: Camille Lyndon. Upon inheritance, Camille moved from Adamantia to this manor and redecorated the entire home, personalizing it and making it her own. Nowadays, Camille is often seen here hosting parties and using this as her business' headquarters located within the city of Portoblanco.
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The path to the front gate of Ravenswood Manor begins with a massive moat that is only passable, to the public, by small stones leading across the water source. The waters surface is covered by lily pads and algae, but is otherwise clear and full of massive koy fish that lurk within the water. After crossing the moat, the actual path leading to the front gates is well kept and adorned with decorative stones in a swirling pattern. This path leads to trimmed wall-height hedges and a massive metal gate. Past the gate is a bountiful garden, flowers of various types, and plenty of other features showcasing Camille's love for plant life. The gates themselves are cast iron and painted black with ivy and other plant life growing amidst the blackened metal.
On the right hand side, a beautifully maintained gazebo made of birth wood sits nestled in a small valley created by hills, stone stairways and a few other natural features. This gazebo is oftentimes seen lit up with a golden glow from the lanterns within and the fireflies that surround it. On the left hand side of the gazebo, there is a path for water to run through grooves in the Earth. The grooves begin at the house and make its way down to the small brook below the gazebo, which houses a waterfall made of stones as well.
To the left, upon entering the grounds, sits a massive grove of trees that houses a small set of stone chairs and a stone table.
Upon entering, one would come across the main stairwell that took up most the of the main wing's second level. The stairs begin with one wide set that thins towards the top, splits off into a smaller set on the right hand side, and continues on upwards to the third level from the main section with a landing in between the levels of stairs. Vines and various flowers of different colors often can be seen adorning the walnut wood of the banisters, changing based on the seasons and events. The thicker areas of the banister are adorned with intricate carvings and inlayed with gargoyle-like statues made of marble and porcelain, making for a delicate and regal appearance to compliment the Lyndon name.
Below the stairwell are various doors leading to other rooms on in the main wing - a few offices, storage rooms, and an entryway into the western wing.
The right hand side of the stairwell leads to a smaller sitting area: massive patio doors framed by intricate patterned curtains, a beautiful chandelier, ornately carved fireplace and dark walnut furniture. Adoring the walls were various paintings of the members within the Lyndon family - showcasing the noble heritage of the family name.
The greenhouse itself was just as big as the great room; with two dome shaped tops along the room, one was closed and allowed for sunlight to peek through the glass for the plants. The other one was situated towards the front of the greenhouse, near the entrance and was open save for the ivy and flowers that grew over the hole. It provided a bit of shade with scarce places for the sunlight to poke through the canopy created by the plant life. Below the opened dome was a pool with lilies and koi fish with crystal clear water. It was simplistic, but allowed for a place for the water to go when it rained through the skylight opening. The metal that held the glass of the roof together was anodized and iridescent, allowing for the sunlight to bounce off of the different shades and splayed a myriad of colors dancing about the room. Before the pool was a raised level, was a set of intricate metal chairs and table.
Songbell Plant - light and dark blue flowers that sing a piano-melody when touched.
Konohana Trees - divine trees that house wood spites.
Nightlock - a full bush that produces poisonous berries that are lethal when ingested.
Black Lotus - rare flowers with mana rejuvenating powers
Monkey Face Orchids (Dracula simia)
Bat Plants (Tacca integrifolia)
Dancing Girls (Impatiens bequaertii)
Chamber Maids (Calceolaria uniflora)
The majority of the Western Wing is dedicated to the servants of the Lyndon family, save for a few rooms used for storage. Now treated fairly and with respect, after the Baron passed away, Camille made it a point to upgrade their section of the home to be more inhabitable and just as lavish as the rest of the household. Re-doing almost all of the appliances, wallpapering, flooring and even adding in additional features for the wing - the staff within the household have come to love Camille even more so than when she was a child.
Much like the main part of the quarters, Camille re-did most of their bedrooms to their preferred specifications - adding in more comfortable mattresses, desks and more storage space to their otherwise drab rooms.
On the third floor of the Main Wing, there is a main lounge that is used to host most parties. With various sitting arrangements, activities, televisions and cabinets full of conversation starters, this is where Camille and Cecil house a lot of their guests. Servants are also allowed to use this room at their disposal so long as there isn't an event going on.