Holbreck, and the Unsuspected
As you approach the tower, you realize how quickly it has begun to loom over you and stretch to the heavens.
The old stone of the tower is built to last – its age is evident, yet its workmanship is immaculate. The iron coloured stones wind around in a spiral, stretching upwards across many windows, until they reach the tapered red peak of this fine piece of architecture.
Above the arched doorway, etched into the stone, are the words Pioneer Peak: House of Solomon & Burne.
One wonders how a building such as this sits in the village of Hommlet, where most of the rustic buildings are built of wood and thatched hay.