The witch Xayide's castle might seem more luxurious than befits the purple properties, but her dungeon makes for the best jail square. So Castle Horók, with its dark red "Front Yard", "Entranceway" and "Throne Room", seen in the 1990 "The Next Chapter" sequel, makes up the third group of properties. Do you remember the shape of the castle as seen in the movie?
Answer: A hand
While, in the first movie, the main villain was the impersonal Nothing, the second one has a classic evil witch, portrayed by Clarissa Burt, as the villain. While her motives and methods somewhat differed in the book - mostly in the fact that in the film, Bastian's gradual loss of memories was her doing, while in the book, it is an inevitable side effect of using the Auryn - escaping her influence was an important step in finding the way back to reality in either medium. The depiction of her castle remains true to the book, as a black hand with fingers stretched out to the sky. Her metal servants, more prominently seen in the movie than the novel, also keep the key aspect that she can mentally control them because they are hollow.