"A castle of gleaming white stone, highlighted and edged in deep blue and fiery red (Like the rooftops and banners and such). It has a circular wall around it of the same, white stone, and from the edges of the palace complex it rises sharply like a mountain, to a central tower higher than any other point. The whole palace is covered with soaring towers; short near the walls and getting taller as they move inward; connected by arched bridges high in the air. From a pole at the top of each conical tower roof flies the royal banner. Windows litter the towers and main palace structure seemingly at random, with arrowslits instead of windows on the outer towers and lower palace.
The palace interior… The lowliest servant's chamber has a soft bed, a washbasin, a chamberpot (oh-boy!), a heavy chest for belongings, a table with chairs, a dresser, a plain carpeted floor, and polished stone walls. And the royal chambers have huge, canopied double beds with silk sheets and quilted blankets, full body mirrors rimmed in gold and silver plate, a masterly crafter table, seperate bathrooms (with plumbing!), paintings and murals, soft carpet floors, woven in intricate designs, painted walls, secret closets hidden in the walls for belongings, and gold leaf everywhere, as well as jewels. For everyone's chambers between, use better or worse materials and lower or higher quality craftsmanship. There is a massive, circular chamber in the center of the palace with chairs going all the way around in a ring up against the wall, with three seperate tiers, one below the other like ringed stairs. There is a pit in the middle, about fifty feet across, where citizens of the kingdom can voice complaints or have audiences with the royalty (in the chairs). There are two thrones side by side on the top tier directly opposite the double doors providing access to the pit, for the king and queen. There are also all the rooms and stuff you'd expect to find in a palace: stables, guardhouse, kitchens, dungeons, secret passages, etc.)
And now the geography... The palace is situated on a squat peninsula, so there is a swath of rocky ground about twenty feet wide on three sides followed by the sea, and the capital city backed up right beside the wall and fanning out in all directions from the gate on the fourth side, like the main gate had vomited inns, shops, and houses, thinning out the further they get from the palace. The palace gate faces south, toward rolling farmland covered in tall grass and crops. To the west is more grassland, and some hills, rising into mighty, jagged mountains in the northwest. And from the north around to the south east is the sea."
Said Narvis as he wrote it down then he heard a thunder clap outside and ran out of his camber and started to climb the top tower.
Narvis stood in the top tower waiting for the thunder storm to brake,the top tower is the best place to watch thunder storms. Then it broke, the rain started pouring down and the lightning split the sky with the thunder to fallow after.
After the storm past Narvis went down to his chamber to keep working on his book he was writing and did that till a servant came to get him for dinner