Atop a flight of one hundred stone steps, there lies an ancient village whose architecture closely resembles that of a feudal Japan's. The ground is paved with large, white, concrete slabs which are now dirty and cracked. The abandoned houses are made of wood, though some have collapsed, others have broken glass windows. At the very back of the village is another flight of stairs, though they only count to twenty, they, like the ground, are cracked, showing their age. At the top of the second flight, there sits a large hall made of concrete, so it must have been built to last. The large double doors at the front have large dragons painted facing one another, but the doors are locked and are too heavy to push by hand. Those who have dared to explore this ruinous settlement have spoke of a shadow which darts around the site. Though no one has ever seen this shadow face to face, some have gone missing in the dead of night.