It is similar to the City Rooftop in Chicago, but set in a secluded castle environment at night, surrounded by a thick forest. A full moon can be seen overhead, though slightly hidden by clouds.
Knockoff (Stage Ultra)
The victor knocks the loser off the rooftop, eventually crashing through the bridge to an entrance and into the moat of murky water.
In the SNES version, the stage finisher sequence is intact, except the loser bounces off the bridge into the moat instead.
Spinal's classic KI1 theme, "Ya Ha Haa", is composed and mixed by Robin Beanland. The song's title and its "lyrics" are taken from the undead skeleton warrior's maniacal laugh.
- This stage appeared differently in the SNES version, due to hardware limitations.
- It is one of three different rooftop stages in the original game (including B.Orchid's Rooftop and Cinder's Desert Rooftop).
- Sabrewulf's Castle - The titular residence where the lycan Sabrewulf is fought in the sequel, and its surrounding areas:
- Interior Castle - An interior area located somewhere in the castle in Killer Instinct.
- Front Castle - The front of the castle in Killer Instinct.
- Dungeon - A dungeon located somewhere in the castle in Killer Instinct 2/Gold, where the demon lord Gargos is fought in the final battle.
- Alchemical Lab - A hidden laboratory located somewhere in the castle as seen in Killer Instinct (2013).