One of the more unique structures in the human world, this tower is located on Bardsey Island: Merlin's home, location of his glass tower, and numerous shennanigans. Belongs, technically, to Wales. Note to self: the Ever-Dying view this as a tourist destination. The island's official link is fascinating enough, but it seems to have gathered much attention in recent years. [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="yellow" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""] Author's Notes: Called "the isle of 20,000 saints;" Celts chose it.... It’s invisible to The Ever-Dying are humans, so-called because - from the viewpoint of magical beings - we're dying from the moment we're born. [themedy_alertbox icon="" colour="theme" font_awesome_att="" custom_colour=""]Note: this is a placeholder. There will be much more information in the future![/themedy_alertbox] The Ever-Dying (humans) are called that because they grow ill, heal poorly, and age rapidly. From a magical, long-lived point of..., and seems to be made of glass on first inspection (it isn’t).
It’s absolutely loaded with bizarre King Arthur-related merchandise from throughout the centuries. The more “off” it was historically, the more Myrddin. Katie Lin's uncle, and one of the most important members of the People of the Kin. Being Kin is always a crapshoot; there's really no way to predict what any particular combination will create, and Merlin is no exception. His particular ancestry is unknown. He's Asian - possibly ancient Chinese - and thousands of years old. He's also the... finds it funny, and he’s collected just about everything from lunch-boxes to tapestries.
The top floor is entirely devoted to his laboratory. The center of the tower all the way to that top floor is hollow, allowing the “elevator” (so to speak) to carry passengers to any floor. Other rooms ring the walls, all around the outside, connected by a narrow hall.