The smaller of the two towers at each end of the Black Wall, the other being Tor Custos. Tor Magus is at the seaward terminus of the wall, ascending to a height of 75 meters. The tower proper rises freestanding from the center of a small courtyard of 30 meters a side. It has a two entrances at its 25 meter diameter circular base, and a third through a small high balcony, connected by a narrow, rail-less wooden path to the top of the Black Wall. The courtyard contains a few wooden outbuildings, as well as entrances to small rooms within the courtyard walls, all used for storage and servants quarters. One of the eastern wall-rooms is used as the sales counter for a small variety of arcane potions and other relatively inexpensive magical items of interest to the populace at large.
The Tower has a long historical association with arcane pursuits, a reputation extended by its current tenants, the three most experience (human) wizards of the town:, xxxx, and xxx. The interior layout is only a matter of conjecture, as gentiles are not admitted, except for a visitor hall occupying almost half of the ground level. (There are some servants who also seem to have at least some access to the tower interior.)