Description[edit | edit source]
Its vast size displays the wealth, luxury and power of the Sencen family.
It's an incredibly tall castle, one of the tallest in the lost cities, made up of one tall tower that goes up about 100 floors before splitting into smaller towers, each with a roof of gold.
It has no windows, and the walls are made of smooth glass. The entrance to the building is a small golden door. Behind the door is a foyer, empty except for a silver spiral staircase that goes up and up and up. The floor is smooth and black, and the inside has the same crystal walls, but glowing with tiny pricks of Balefire - a blue flame.
The castle is over 200 stories tall altogether, with the Leapmaster 10,000 on the 200th floor. The family owns a vortinator- a staircase that rushes whoever's on it to whatever floor they'd like. It functions kind of like a super fast, spiraled escalator. Lord Cassius also has a giant lumenite statue of himself in Candleshade. Ro also mentioned that it screamed "overcompensating."
The Unlocked Description[edit | edit source]
This towering skyscraper of a residence is one of the tallest structures in the Lost Cities, which is at least two hundred stories. Owned by Lord Cassius Sencen - but unoccupied since the family fell into scandal (after Lady Gisela Minette Sencen was discovered to be a leader of the Neverseen). Candleshade is equal parts impressive, intimidating, and devastating. A hundred stories up, the main building splits into a series of narrow towers, each crowned with a curved golden roof that looks like a flame. Decor varies from floor to floor - rather simple, some ostentatious. (One room even includes a life-size statue of Lord Cassius.) And while numerous searches have been made of the property sine Lady Gisela's ties to Neverseen came to light, little has been found. But given the enormity of the property, many suspect that Candleshade still hides vital secrets.
Residents[edit | edit source]
- Lord Cassius Sencen (formerly)
- Lady Gisela (formerly; when it was found out that she was working with the Neverseen, she had to move to not get captured)
- Keefe Sencen (formerly)
- Alvar Vacker (temporarily)
Known Rooms[edit | edit source]
Keefe's Bedroom (Former)[edit | edit source]
Keefe's bedroom is 3 stories tall.
“It was one of the fanciest places seen - sparkling crystal walls, swirling chandeliers, and tons of ornate furniture in shades of black, white, and grey.„—Narration in Book 5: Lodestar, pages 110 - 111, paperback
This is the room that has a giant statue of Lord Cassius.
Keefe‘s Room of Honors[edit | edit source]
This is where Keefe's achievement are. Almost nothing is here, as Lord Cassius doesn't find anything praise-worth about Keefe. Lord Cassius dedicated a room of his house to all of Keefe's honors, but it currently only houses a pile of detention slips.
Lord Cassius and Lady Gisela's former bed room[edit | edit source]
Where they slept.
Unknown Room on the 33rd floor[edit | edit source]
Not much is known about this.
Leapmaster Room on the 200th floor[edit | edit source]
Where the Leapmaster is located.
Quotes[edit | edit source]
“My dad is the bigger is better kind of guy.„