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Originally coded by Johnny Burkhart.
Below are pictures of Conisbrough Castle in Yorkshire, a real Norman donjon. The circular keep that dominates the castle
in fact dates from the Angevin era around eighty years after the Norman conquest - the scale and buttressed design of the
tower are more sophisticated than usual Norman designs - but as Knightmare Castle, or Dunshelm, would have been a contemporary
fortress, these pictures still give a fair impression of what Treguard's fictitious home might have looked like.