In the throne room is where you'll find Lord Osirus when matters are at hand. The throne room is a large, circular hall; one of the largest rooms in the castle. On its walls are tapestries of previous Kings and tempered Generals. Even with a large, roaring fire in the marble fireplace, the throne room contains a cold feeling. At the northern wall stands three large thrones, in which the middle is the largest and most decadent.
This is where the King and Queen rest their tired laurels after a day of mocking peasants and generally making people miserable. No one is allowed in unless they'd like to bring certain death upon themselves.
This is the Grand Hall. In here is where the King holds great feasts and balls for his kingdom. Adorned in marble and decorated in the finest of items, the Great Hall is a fitting room to hold extravagant parties in.
The castle courtyard is exactly that of which you would expect of a demented King. Sure, the rose bushes are pretty and well kept, however, the marble benches are cracking, spider webs are thick, and the elegant fountain depicting the Goddess Lumen has long since been attacked and broken, her delicate stone face now sitting in a basin of standing water.
The aptly named Blood Chamber is a place to be feared. In here is where Lord Osirus conducts his own personal torture against whomever he generally pleases. Dank, dark and dangerous, this chamber is a place of death and pain. Torture devices fill the room and the skeletal remains of those who perished line the walls. Generally, anyone who enters here does not come out alive.
Lo' and beware of this castle, for here is where the wicked King Osirus resides and rules. Heavily guarded and nearly impenetrable, this castle appears to loom over the City of Du Aurella with a wicked shadow.