The walls were made of a mixture of rock and clay with great iron gates on the side leading out to Westfield. Beyond the gates were a series of heavy doors hidden from sight on the outside by clever means. The floor was laid with stones and the wooden stage was high.
The center of the stage was raised even higher and it was made of a large grey stone. In front of this central stone, extending out into the hall, were the Seven Standing Stones. The standing stones are often surrounded with votaries.
- The name "Leaper" is of English origin.