The Sky towers are the main residence of the ruling families, and aristocrats of Lucerne. There are 4 built towers and two others that are under contruction. With the two finished constructing the six towers now represent the peak of the elite in Lucerne with only the most wealthy and powerful able to live in them. The Sky towers are some of the greatest feets of Lucernian architecture and as such they are proudly looked at by all Lucernians.
The Tower of Clouds was the first tower constructed and it was done during the reign of William Lovie in order to have a place to mount his dragon Stragnarax.
Tower of CloudsThe Tower of Clouds is by far the largest of the towers in Lucerne. Located in Lucerne Keep and the personal residence of the Lovie Family . The tower stands at 282 Ft and has 22 floors making it one of the largest towers in Europe. While the first five levels are all taken by stairs once past this point two sets of elevators exist that can bring you to the Council Chambers and then above
The tower goes 5 floors underground as well and this would make it 326 Ft with 27 floors.
Floor 1-5These are the sections of the tower that are in the mountain cavern beneath. Floor 1 and 2 are very tight entry lounges. Then floor 2-4 are exposed steps meant to be killing zones for those wishing to assault.
These are the living spaces for the onsite Praetorian Gaurds while they are on duty in the tower. The ninth floor is the first floor that contains any sort of window, and it is lined by a series of balconies that are used by the Praetorians residing inside them.
Floor 13 is the council meeting Hall. The room is over 60 Ft tall.
These floor contain the family living spaces, and lounging rooms. Also floor 18 is the Lovie Family armory.
These floors contain the Lovie family libraries.
Contains the Family bedrooms.
This is the Kings floor. The Kings floor contains the Kings room, as well as access to the Kings Terrace. The Kings terrace has a view of the entire city, as well as being the only spot in the city able to see the Valley outside the mountains.