The hired workers and indentured servants were told there would be no more castles for now, that the time for building would have to wait. The peasants looked to each other in confusion, unable to understand what would cause such a lull in productivity. Castles had always gone up on a fairly regular basis, why now was construction halted?
Confusion turned to anger as more and more people gathered outside the gates of the great and majestic castle, waiting to discover the location of the next one. The powers that be knew they would have to do something to stem the growing frustration of the populace, and commissioned two smaller structures to be built.
The new buildings were almost immediately accessible to everyone, ranking peasant or otherwise. All were admitted inside their halls, to partake in the festivities within. Even so, nobody missed Church.