The structure is built in many floors and the visitors first come to a small, lovely garden. The second floor is built in a circle around this garden, with a few empty prison cells around.
A solid door leads to the inner chambers and certain quests will give access to that quest instance.
-  Volume I, Book 11, Chapter 7: The Door of Delossad - Small Fellowship
-  Volume I, Book 11, Instance: Prisoner of the Free Peoples - Solo-only
-  Volume I, Book 15, Chapter 2: A Threat to the Dúnedain
-  Volume I, Book 15, Chapter 6: Daughter of Strife - Solo-only
-  Volume I, Book 15, Instance: Daughter of Strife - Session Play
-  Volume I, Book 15, Chapter 7: A Final Council
-  Volume I, Book 15, Chapter 9: A Champion's Return
-  Volume I, Book 11, Chapter 9: The Diary of Sara Oakheart - Small Fellowship
-  Volume I, Book 11, Chapter 12: Prisoner of the Free Peoples - Solo only
-  Volume I, Book 14, Chapter 15: The Doom of the North - Solo or Fellowship
-  Volume I, Book 15: Chapter 1: A Strange Fate
-  Volume I, Book 15: Chapter 5: The Ring of Truth
-  Volume I, Book 15: Chapter 8: Only Fitting
These deeds can be advanced by visiting Delossad:
During certain quests and session-play:
These creatures are encountered within this location during quests:
- What are these strange ruins? They seem to be of ancient Cardolan origins, but the Elves of Rivendell seem hesitant to speak of them at all. Some strange mystery surrounds them, and it may be that the only answers can be found within... — Deed
- The original name for this place was Sithad but Elves avoid to talk about it.