The chapel itself is made up of three tiles, while the fourth tile represents a side-structure, like a sacristy or antechamber.
You can set them up in different ways, but they were designed to be placed like this:
1 2 3
With the above arrangement, Tile 1 is the altar, Tile 2 has the church benches and candle shrines (oubliettes on the evil side), Tile 3 is the entranceway with the pool and double doors (and gallows on the evil side), and Tile 4 is the adjoining area with a bedroom, table, fireplace, and dressing room (prison cell on the evil side).
Tiles 1, 2, and 3 are placed next to each other in vertical positions, while Tile 4 is placed horizontally.
When in doubt about placement, note the direction of cast shadows from furniture and walls, and make sure the shadows all fall in the same direction.
I hope this helps!
I originally designed the cards as one large rectangular space with a bit of exterior area showing in the lower right-hand corner (featuring a statue and path). I don't think there was a full card's worth of space there, as it was always intended to be cropped out so that the cards were all the same size.
I wasn't aware that the extra corner was ever shown in the product. Now I'll have to go take a look at that. :)
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I was looking over this and also noticed that the fifth card (the outside) was not present, but was displayed on card 8 (Krauk card). Was it ever determined if it was suppose to be in the set or was deleted by the image accidently left on card 8?
It was never meant to be a separate tile.