The door from the conservatory led to an overgrown courtyard. There were several paths downtrodden into the grass. Lindal found a link, made out of steel. Rurick and the others believed them to be left over from someone who escaped from manacles. Eileithyia turned into a dog to track the path. Roughly ten to twelve people walked over from Hyledd’s estate to the Ungaart house. Only three to four of them travelled consistently back and forth between the two.
In the center of the courtyard was a great stone pavilion. It was deteriorated, still hanging with tattered banners. A quick spell revealed no magic in the pavilion.
A walk over to the towering, roughly hewn dwarven home, leaving them standing before great double doors, which the group entered with caution.
Clearly the showpiece of the house, this large room was decorated in a beautiful, but eclectic version of traditional dwarven. Tall, sturdy columns lined the room, and the center possessed a firepit, ringed by runes.