Dante manor

It looks so much nicer in daylight... and when it's not burning, we swear it does!


Also known as "Wagner estate", this mansion is the residence of US senator Charles Wagner and his family. It was built by Fabius Wagner, "back in the day".


A clue to the possible real word location of the manor (and of the events in "Lucius") is when Lagel and Dicosimo introduce themselves, they mention that they are from the Winter Hill diocese. There are 2 Winter Hills on Earth: one in North East England - UK and the other is a neighbourhood of Somerville - Massachusets, just north of Boston. Since Charles Wagner is a senator (which can only happen in the US), the second location is the most plausible as to the whereabouts of Dante Manor. Also, Winter Hill was famous in the 60's and 70's for it's irish-american organised crime groups which mostly dealt with fixing up horse races. This might explain Fabius's involvement with them.

Of course, there's also the possibility that the Winter Hill mentioned in the game might be fictional altogether.


Dante Manor is comprised of 3 levels: ground floor, middle floor, top floor.

Ground floorEdit

Dante Manor ground level

Click the picture to see the detailed layout.

  1. Cold room
  2. WC
  3. Dining room
  4. Kitchen
  5. Freezer
  6. Tea room
  7. Lobby
  8. Utility room
  9. Garage
  10. Storage room, wine cellar
  11. Billiard room
  12. Library
  13. Bar

Middle floorEdit

Middle floor map c
  1. Mary's room
  2. Susan Myer's room
  3. Jovita Munez's room
  4. Lobby, stairs to ground floor
  5. Ivor's room
  6. Michael's room
  7. Alastair's room

Top floorEdit

Top floor
  1. Tom's studio
  2. Guest room
  3. Tom's room
  4. Guest room
  5. Parent's bedroom
  6. Lucius's room
  7. Fabius's study
  8. Agnes's study
  9. Charles's study
  10. James's classroom


  • It likely takes its name from Dante's Inferno written by Dante Alighieri as the first part of his Divine Comedy in relation of demonic forces. It is possible that Fabius named it this because of his satanic connections.