Have any of the prior editions or supplements given illustrations or diagrams of a manor house and the surrounding buildings? Google image search comes up bubkis. For example, from what I've seen of viking longhouses and the like, people tended to all crowd around one large firepit for cooking and warmth in the center of the structure, which could only have living space on the ground floor because of unchanneled rising smoke. Before the advent of the chimney, how was the lord's chamber, the kitchen, and the great hall kept seperate, as they're described to be in the 5.1 rulebook? Are they perhaps, until a later phase, three separate buildings altogether?

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