Hello there, I would like to present you guys with a complete and extremely detailed Project Suggestion for House Darklyn of Duskendale. As the PDF is too large to be attached in this forum, here is the link: The Darklyn Project (Google Drive) The Darklyn Project is the result of a long process of brainstorming and fanon creation that began in June 2015, when I properly became interested in House Darklyn due to a forum RPG game held over at Sufficient Velocity, named Ghosts of Valyria. I had the great pleasure of playing the Darklyns of Duskendale in that game and, since then, my interest in the house has only grown. Nowadays the Darklyns are my favorite ASOIAF house and over these three years I have developed an original headcanon about them, which I am now pleased to share with the Westeroscraft community in order to provide assistance and inspiration for your future Duskendale builds. This Project Suggestion is structured as similarly as possible to a standard project application, although with none of the technical details, as I am not a skilled enough builder to satisfactorily offer them to you. At first I am going to present you with all the canon information we have on Duskendale, the Dun Fort and the Darklyns. Second, I will introduce you to my Darklyn fanon as a source of inspiration for your eventual build. At last, but not least, I offer suggestions as to how a Dun Fort and Duskendale build could look like in the server. I realize that the server’s timeframe is roughly A Clash of Kings, so I know the lordly Darklyns are extinct in your world and Duskendale is ruled by House Rykker. Nevertheless, Duskendale and the Dun Fort were Darklyn constructs and ought to be represented as such. The Rykkers have only ruled the former Darklyn lands for little over twenty years, which is nothing compared to their predecessors’ long eight thousand year history that dates back to the Age of Heroes and the First Men. Duskendale is a major location for Westeroscraft and ought to be built and represented accordingly. I would really appreciate if you guys took a second to look at it. I put my heart and soul into it. This is something that has been in the making for several years by now and I believe the end result could prove to be an inspiration for the future Duskendale build. Cheers!