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Widogast's Nascent Nein-Sided Tower

Type

Extradimensional Manor

Spell Information

Components

V, S, M (Calianna's wand, some stained glass, a piece of granite, and a small wooden cat statue)[5]

Effect

Creates an extradimensional dwelling for 24 hours

Known users

Caleb Widogast

Widogast's Nascent Nein-Sided Tower, also called the Mansion, is a massive magical tower formed by a spell created by Caleb Widogast. It cannot last more than 24 hours at a time, and its contents can only exist inside the tower; however, an unlimited number of guests (including all of the Mighty Nein) and any objects can be brought into the tower. The tower contains a room for each of the Nein, as well as a library, a dining room, multiple kitchens, and a guest room. The tower is tended to by fey cat servants.

Description

Inside the tower, it is possible to float up and down at will at the same speed as a Feather Fall spell.[6] This is necessary to reach the higher levels of the tower, as each the floors are only connected by central openings. These openings are nine-sided and can be closed by a brass iris with the command word "zu"[7] (German/Zemnian for "close"), and opened with "auf" (German/Zemnian for "open").[8]

Within the tower, the walls are covered with wooden pathways and ramps similar to aqueducts for the fey cats to travel along.[9] The tower is very slowly turning[10] and has clocks scattered throughout that show the time in the place from which the party entered.[11]

First Floor

Entry Way

The entryway is a tall, almost cylindrical towering room with nine walls made of vast stained glass windows with ornate designs representing the nine schools of magic. In the center of the room is a winding brass staircase that leads up onto a platform about ten feet in the air with a brass railing around it, at the same height as the bottom of the windows. Looking up, you can see up to the top of the tower. Forty feet above is another nine-sided hole, and beyond that is more space and another nine-sided hole, and beyond that, it starts to get dimmer, but there are at least two more holes still visible. There are nine floors in total. From the center of the platform, thinking "up" causes visitors to rise up through the hole above.[12]

Second Floor

Great Hall

The next floor of the tower is an empty, nine-sided room, not as tall as the first. The room is lit by two rings of floating globules of light, one hovering five feet above the floor, and the other near the ceiling. On each of the nine walls are beautiful wooden Zemnian design sliding doors, all closed, and in each of the corners, at the floor level, are little wooden holes or portcullises, and above those sliding doors are small wooden aqueduct-like ramps or tracks built into the walls, some diagonal, some straight.[13]

The doors in this room, when opened, reveal rooms that can become whatever is wanted at that moment, such as a target practice room, or a party room.[14] There is a hot tub behind one of the doors.[15]

Third Floor

The Salon

The Salon is an immense library on three levels interconnected by wooden spiraling staircases. There is a large fireplace, with stained glass of the same width above reminiscent of Mollymauk's coat. The library is filled with every book that Caleb has ever read. On the second level, on one side, is a large wooden table shaped like the continent of Wildemount, with maps hanging on the walls near it. In different levels are little reading nooks and cozy corners, lit by scattered globules of light. Hidden among the shelves are more of the small wooden tracks.[16]

Fourth Floor

The central landing here is a small wooden nine-sided room with a single door leading to the dining room and from there to the kitchens and the nerve center of the pathways used by the fey cat servants.[17]

Dining Room

The dining room is shaped like a pie wedge, with very large table in front of a large fireplace with a crackling fire. There are buffet tables and side tables piled high with food. There are swinging doors on the walls of either side of the room.[18]

Kitchens

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Critical Role: Campaign 2 Characters Sorted Into Hogwarts Houses

Critical Role is what you get when a bunch of nerdy voice actors comes together to play Dungeons & Dragons. With a main cast of Travis Willingham, Marisha Ray, Taliesin Jaffe, Ashley Johnson, Liam O'Brien, Laura Bailey, Sam Riegel, and Matthew Mercer as the DM, this web series has soared into popularity and gained a loyal fan-base affectionately known as "critters."

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Currently, the cast is playing their second campaign with the Mighty Nein, set in another continent in the world of Exandria. The world of Exandria is full of magic, though not in the exact same way as the world of Harry Potter. But it is fun to imagine which house these characters would end up in. Here are some of the Campaign 2 Characters Sorted into Hogwarts Houses.

10 Beauregard - Ravenclaw

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When Beau is first introduced she's shown as being brash and is more inclined to use her fists to solve problems. But there's much more to this firecracker of a monk beneath the surface. Beau would do well in Ravenclaw, with her background in the Cobalt Soul and her own desires for seeking out the "Truth."

Her thirst for knowledge and information has been a major drive for her throughout the campaign and, she has one of the highest Intelligence stats, only coming second to Caleb. Only than Intelligence, Beau shows many other traits that have been associated with Ravenclaw. She has a strong sense of individuality, as she still maintains her own ideas and opinions, even if it might put her at odds with those around her.

9 Caduceus - Hufflepuff

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Caduceus was introduced in Episode 28 "Within the Nest" and helped rescue Fjord, Jester, and Yasha from the Iron Shephards. Caduceus has been the group's "moral core" as he tries to guide everyone to realize their own purpose, and encourages them to be more honest with allies.

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Caduceus' kind and gentle nature make him a perfect fit for Hufflepuff, as one of the traits they're known for is kindness. Caduceus' worship of The Wildmother and talent for communicating with Nature fit's well with Hufflepuff's connection to the Earth as well. He sees himself as the nurturer of the group from healing them to acting as their sounding board.

8 Caleb - Slytherin

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Caleb is a man with a dark past and a few skeletons in the closet. Even as he's grown to truly care for the rest of the Mighty Nein and goes to great lengths to protect them, Caleb has his own personal goals he wishes to accomplish. As intelligent and book smart as he is (he has the highest Intelligence of the group), he has quite a few traits that make him a better fit for Slytherin.

What seems to drive his desire for knowledge is the power to accomplish his goals. He's stepped into the role of being a leader for the Mighty Nein before, and he has a strong bond with the Mighty Nein but isn't quick to trust people outside of the group.

7 Fjord - Gryffindor

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Fjord has come a long way from how he was at the start of the campaign. Initially, he possessed qualities that made him fit in Slytherin, he showed cunning and ambition when it came to acquiring more power from his patron U'k'otoa. But Fjord chose to walk another path after a change of heart with his former patron.

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He's shown many traits that are often used to describe Gryffindors. He showed courage against U'k'otoa by defying him, even at the cost of losing his powers, even bravely fighting alongside his friends despite his disadvantages in battle.

6 Jester - Ravenclaw

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Jester truly does embody her namesake with her seemingly puckish personality and desire to make people happy. She's shown to be a little naive of certain things, as a result of her sheltered childhood, but has a deep understanding and insight of many things, including people.

That wisdom makes her a perfect candidate for Ravenclaw. Aside from their wit and wisdom, Ravenclaws have also been noted for their creativity. Which Jester has a lot of. Whether it's her artistic abilities or her creative outlook on life (and pranks), she makes for a perfect fit in the Ravenclaw house.

5 Nott - Slytherin

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Nott at first just seemed like an ordinary goblin girl with a paranoid personality and kleptomaniac tendencies. However Nott is a deeply layered person with a tragic backstory that makes her more manic personality traits make sense. Aside from Caleb and Beau, Nott has the highest Intelligence in the group and has demonstrated it by deconstructing a gun without any prior knowledge of guns and her proficiency in alchemy.

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She was behind getting her and Caleb out of jail and was his main protector before they joined the Mighty Nein. Both of those show resourcefulness and cunning, which are traits that the Slytherin house admires. And though her relationship with Caleb is deeper, she still helps him to become more powerful so that he will help her.

4 Mollymauk - Hufflepulle

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Though Molly was only with the Mighty Nein for a short time, his presence left a big impact on the group, and Critters as well. The show didn't get a chance to dive too deep into who Molly was as a person but what was discovered was that, despite maybe being a little chaotic at times, Molly had a very good heart.

He was loyal to both the Mighty Nein and the traveling carnival he had once been apart of. He was fair and accepting of everyone and especially kind to Yasha and Caleb, making him a perfect fit for Hufflepuff. Molly didn't seem to have any desires for power or knowledge, rather he wanted to enjoy his life and fill it with extravagance.

3 Yasha - Hufflepuff

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Yasha is the more stoic of the Mighty Nein, though her quiet and standoff nature stems from being more socially awkward than anything else. She can be a beast in combat but seems to have a much more gentle soul. Yasha treats her friends with compassion and does her best to try to make them feel at ease with her size and strength, especially Nott.

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She has shown kindness and patience for her friends, and though she has a competitive streak, she enjoys hobbies like collecting flowers and has even helped Caduceus with planting stuff. All of these traits make her a perfect fit for Hufflepuff.

2 Reani - Gryffindor

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Reani is the character of Mica Burton, the latest guest to the show. She's an aasimar druid from Uthodurn that quickly befriends and aids the Mighty Nein in their quest to find a white dragon. Reani is described as being overtly optimistic, kind and jovial who is quick to make friends and trust people. Despite being friendly she has a pretty strict moral code that doesn't let her tolerate anyone or anything that she perceives to be "evil".

She has a strong determination to exterminate evil. She's daringly put her life of the line for her "duty" to Samliel from helping the Mighty Nein to going on dangerous missions into the Savalirwood. These traits of her align her more with Gryffindor out of the other houses.

1 Essek - Ravenclaw

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There isn't too much known about Essek, a drow mage from the Kryn Dynasty. He holds a high position in the Bright Queen's court and becomes the Mighty Nein's steward as they allied themselves with the Dynasty. The abilities that he's seen exhibiting points to him possibly being of the wizard class, meaning he has a very high Intelligence.

Matt has described him as being very charming and hardworking, which are traits used to describe Ravenclaws, but arrogant of his own abilities. He doesn't seem to actively seek out more power in the same way, for example, as Caleb does.

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The Xhorhaus

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2 main, plus tower and cellar

The Xhorhausis a castle-like mansion and the home of the Mighty Nein. It is located in Xhorhas, in the Firmaments districtof the Kryncapital city of Rosohna. In recognition of their service to the Bright Queenand their newfound status as "Heroes of the Dynasty", the Mighty Nein were awarded this mansion by Shadowhand Essek Thelyss.[1]

The Mighty Nein currently employ a housekeeper, Vedalla, to clean and watch over the Xhorhaus.[2]

Description

The Xhorhaus is a two-story mansion paneled in vermaloc wood, painted a dark maroon color with a lighter stone foundation. The roofing is dark, near-black clay tiling with a single balcony on the second floor. It has a short tower built into the back right corner that raises to a third story, with a large oak tree growing from the top. Two stained-glass windows installed towards the front are similar to those in the Lucid Bastion.[3]

Basement

The basement contained rat droppings, chewed wood and a red wine stain. Caduceus considered this room, initially used as a wine cellar, suitable to be re-purposed as a root cellar.

First Floor

The First Floor contains:

  • Dining Room.
  • Kitchen: The Basement is accessed through a trap door in the Kitchen.
  • Training Room: This room was converted from a chapel, by request from Yasha.
  • Library / Study / Laboratory: Caleb requested that the Library be converted into a Library / Study / Laboratory combination, complete with Alchemical equipment for Nott, which Caleb paid for himself.
  • Caleb's Room: Caleb's bedroom comes off the Library/Laboratory.
  • Spa: The first floor of the tower was converted via stoneshape into a spa.

Second Floor

  • Fjord's Room: Fjord offered to share his room with someone, but no one took him up on that offer. He is also the only one who required window shutters to be fitted.
  • Jester and Beau's Room: Jester and Beau decided to share a room.
  • Yasha's Room: Yasha noted that she had never lived in a house like this house before, and when offered to stay in a room with access to the balcony, Yasha said she would take the small room in the middle. Later, Jester snuck into Yasha's room and painted a mural of a field full of wild flowers on Yasha's wall.
  • Nott and Yeza's Room: Jester made sure to push the twin beds together to make snuggling easier.
  • Guest Room: Temporarily inhabited by Dairon.
  • Happy Room: The Happy Room was allocated as a shared space, though Caduceus asked if you had to be happy before you entered or it was a room you got happy in. No one appeared to know the answer.
  • War Room: Planning / War Room. The irony of this being located next to the Happy Room was not lost on the Mighty Nein.
  • Root Room: The second floor of the tower is mostly unusable save for a roof access ladder, as it is filled with roots from the tree above.

Tower Top

Caduceus Clay resides at the top of the Xhorhaus tower, which he has converted into a garden with Jester's help. Its most iconic plant is a 60 ft. tall, 5 ft. diameter oak tree (grown with Caduceus's feather token). The tree has made quite an impact on the Mighty Nein's neighbors: not only being the only green-leafed tree in Rosohna, but also dramatically increasing the Xhorhaus' overall height.

Because the tree and garden had a need for daylight, Caduceus and Jester came up with a system to provide it by means of glass flasks filled with enchanted liquid, strung together on lines. This too was a point of interest for the neighbors and also a source of awe and jealousy.[4]

Caduceus has a bed off to the side inside a garden shack-like structure.

There is also a small shrine dedicated to the various gods or godlike entities that the Mighty Nein follows:

Trivia

  • The appearance and floor-plan for the Xhorhaus were based on the Frozen Mansion: a fantasy mansion designed and drawn by Jared Blando on DeviantArt (@TheRedEpic on Twitter).[5] The original Frozen Mansion was a haunted mansion somewhere in the mountains. It belonged to a rich wizard-lord who dabbled in too much sorceryunleashing something that froze their home, and escaped after taking its revenge. It is unknown who the previous owner(s) of the Xhorhaus were, and if they had suffered this same fate prior to the Mighty Nein being gifted the mansion by Essek.
  • Caleb (and Liam) wanted to name the house the "M.T. Home", in honor of the deceased Mollymauk Tealeaf. He was out-voted by the rest of the party, and the name "Xhorhaus" stuck, although the group decided to name the spa room as the "M.T. Spa."
  • Caduceus' tower-top tree adorned with hanging lights bears a striking resemblance to The Birthheart, one of the most prominent temples to Caduceus' patron goddess Melora. Whether or not this is intentional is unknown.
  • When the house was named, Ashley sang, "Xhorhaus" to the tune of Our House by Madness.
  • The Xhorhaus' role is similar to that of Greyskull Keep and later Castle Whitestone in Campaign 1, serving as a base of operations for the player characters.

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