Yesterday after wandering around Castamere, I was wondering about Tarbeck Hall which had risen up in rebellion with the Reynes of Castamere against their Lannister overlord. I warped to Tarbeck Hall and found no ruins nor anything there and wondered why that was so I asked. I think it was Emoticone11 that stated it was not yet built or not even in planning. So I decided to research it and found that there was a nonagon shaped central tower with a tower on each point and a great hall underneath and flanked by 9 towers connected by a curtain wall and surrounded by moat with palisade on the outer rim. How did I find that out? I researched Tarbeck name meaning and found out it could be pronounced Tarbock. Then I researched anything reminiscent of a Tarbock hall. Found out there was a hall owned by the Lathom Family in Lancashire and that it was similar to Lathom hall. So, I researched Lathom hall. Finally, I found the castlestudiestrust.org site that described how Lathom Hall looked in the medieval era. There are poems, parliamentary records, copper plated engravings, drawings, and old maps in this survey. http://castlestudiestrust.org/docs/Lathom-House-Stones-Report-6-December-2017.pdf Apparently is was a important castle in northwest england as it was placed along a strategic point. Hopefully some of you all can use this as inspiration for building Tarbeck hall when any of you decide to build it.