|Wicked Witch's Castle|
|Name||Wicked Witch's Castle|
|Franchise||The Wizard of Oz|
|Renovations||Restore the witch's lair|
It is also here where she held Dorothy Gale and, briefly, her dog Toto in the first book and in the 1939 film, shortly after she sent the Flying Monkeys to attack Dorothy and her friends (Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Cowardly Lion) while they're in the mission to get her broom from her for the Wizard of Oz.
She tries to get the Ruby Slippers once worn by her sister, The Wicked Witch of the East, from Dorothy, only to realized that she has to kill Dorothy to obtain them, just the latter 'killed' her sister prior to inheriting them.
After escaping, Toto manages to inform Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Cowardly Lion to get to the Castle to get Dorothy out of there. The latter three managed to get inside disguised as Winkie Guards. Tin Woodman breaks the door of the room where Dorothy was held hostage with his ax, and the group attempted to leave when they are caught by the Witch. She then sends an army of Winkie Guards to get them; upon cornering them, she tries to harm the group by attempting to set Scarecrow on fire with her flame-engulfed broom, only to be accidentally killed by Dorothy when she throws a bucket of water to extinguish the fire on the broom.
- Restore the Wicked Witch's Lair
- The events that happened here very differently: in the book, Dorothy was made a slave for the Witch for a few days or weeks before the Witch's demise after the Witch take out one of the Silver/Ruby Slippers as a form of self-defense: None of her friends were around when these events happened, mainly due to be knocked out during the skirmish at the Haunted Forest; in the 1939 MGM film, however, Dorothy was held hostage for a few hours before her companions came to her aid, and defeated the Witch with just a bucket of water while extinguishing the fire from the Witch's broom to save Scarecrow.