Malravion Tower is located in the south west corner of Haradford castle and was built in the 13th century by Earl Malravion, which how the got its name. The tower added fortifiactions to the castle as well as some toilet facilities and a fire place on each of the three floors.
The waste from the toilets regulalry needed cleaning, particular at the base of the chute from the third floor, for some reason. The unpleasant task was left to the peasant, Sledd, who had to carry out his duty under the guard of Henry.
Much of my inspiration for this build comes from Hadleigh Castle, Essex, England which has a ruinous tower where the toilet chutues are expossed, unfortuntly the toilets aren't in working order!