Within the blasted wasteland of the Furrows are found destroyed noble houses and estates. The two most notorious are Candlehalls and the House of Ensland. The latter lies some four leagues from the ruins of the village of Feldgrau amidst the vast and blackened trench system called the Dead Man's Maze. The estate is almost certainly haunted, as ghost lights are seen playing around the grounds and other-worldly gamblers are known to frequent these noble houses trying to entrap wanderers across the charred lands. One unsuspecting gambler was a greedy knight officer, called Lecit Ghazts, who gambled away his body to a devil in the House of Ensland; Ghazts' head still rolls around the Furrows looking for his, or someone else's, body.