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Map of the festival, as created by Maetriks

The Culinary Collective was a Premium festival taking place in the Eastern Harbor section of the Four Winds Isle.  The second incarnation of the festival, it took place August 9-16, 2013.  It featured shops, live merchants and raffles for a wide variety of items.  As the name implies, the festival generally focused on food.

Getting to the Festival[]

The festival can be found in the Eastern Harbor section on Four Winds Isle. To get there, begin in Gardenia Commons, move directly east as far as possible and go through the fence.

The festival is free to attend for all Premium subscribers, and all shops are on the streets of Eastern Harbor. Check the map at the top of the page to find them all!

Shop Listings[]

Bark and Bite[]

Sea Turtle Lane, map room 7
Lich room 19359
a crude wooden stick wagon with a thatched roof

[Bark and Bite, Entry]
Crafted from sticks lashed together, the walls of the rickety wagon have many gaps where fresh air from outside can waft in. The wooden plank floor is scattered with a layer of dirt and grime, and the glass-paned lanterns that hang from the thatch ceiling are covered with a layer of soot on two of the panes. In the center of this small entry room, a long wooden counter offers up refreshments for purchase, while at the back, an ivy-curtained archway leads deeper into the wagon.
Obvious exits: out

On the wooden counter you see a mug of wild nettle beer, a cup of hot apricot tea, a flute of oak leaf wine, a goblet of light cherry wine, a delicate robin's egg omelet, a bowl of crisp honey-drenched salad, a bowl of creamy mushroom soup, a stuffed fillet of trout, a warm almond fritter and a small loaf of acorn bread.

a mug of wild nettle beer 400
a cup of hot apricot tea 200
a flute of oak leaf wine 200
a goblet of light cherry wine 200
a delicate robin's egg omelet 500
a bowl of crisp honey-drenched salad 200
a bowl of creamy mushroom soup 300
a stuffed fillet of trout 500
a warm almond fritter 100
a small loaf of acorn bread 100

[Bark and Bite, Clothing]
Flanked on two sides by the loosely woven stick walls, the room is small and airy. An ivy-curtained archway dominates the foremost wall, while a crooked oak doorway resides at the back. Thickly layered, a leafy canopy obscures the thatch ceiling, and tiny orbs of glimaerstone dangle down, illuminating the area. A large constructed tree in the center of the room has low-hanging branches on which merchandise is displayed. Near the front, a polished oak rack and a lopsided chest hold several more items.
Obvious exits: none

On the low-hanging branches you see a dark leather backpack, a leaf-stitched forest green pack, a tightly woven grass rucksack, a loosely woven reed knapsack, an amber-beaded doeskin cape, a russet feather-woven apotla, a mist grey feather-woven apotl and a leaf-woven forest green cloak.

a dark leather backpack backworn very large any number functional 20k
a leaf-stitched forest green pack backworn very large any number functional 20k
a tightly woven grass rucksack backworn very large any number functional 20k
a loosely woven reed knapsack backworn very large any number functional 20k
an amber-beaded doeskin cape cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a russet feather-woven apotla cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a mist grey feather-woven apotl cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a leaf-woven forest green cloak cloakworn very large any number functional 25k

On the oak rack you see a pair of fitted linen pants, a thigh-length soft doeskin loincloth, a pair of grey knee-length breeches, a pair of dark knee-length breeches, a simple green tunic dress, an amber-beaded doeskin blouse, a fitted doeskin bodice, a soft dark linen shirt and a placketed natural linen shirt.

a pair of fitted linen pants legworn no pockets 15k
a thigh-length soft doeskin loincloth legworn no pockets 15k
a pair of grey knee-length breeches legworn no pockets 15k
a pair of dark knee-length breeches legworn no pockets 15k
a simple green tunic dress chestworn no pockets 15k
an amber-beaded doeskin blouse chestworn no pockets 15k
a fitted doeskin bodice chestworn no pockets 15k
a soft dark linen shirt chestworn no pockets 15k
a placketed natural linen shirt chestworn no pockets 15k

In the lopsided chest you see a silver-edged green linen nonalca, a soft grey doeskin nonalca, a leaf-tooled dark leather belt, a thin amber leather sash, a pair of soft suede slippers, a pair of amber-beaded moccasins, a pair of thin leather sandals, a pair of thick-soled buskins and a pair of slouched suede boots.

a silver-edged green linen nonalca waistworn no pockets 5k
a soft grey doeskin nonalca waistworn no pockets 5k
a leaf-tooled dark leather belt waistworn no pockets 5k
a thin amber leather sash waistworn no pockets 5k
a pair of soft suede slippers footworn no pockets 5k
a pair of amber-beaded moccasins footworn no pockets 5k
a pair of thin leather sandals footworn no pockets 5k
a pair of thick-soled buskins footworn no pockets 5k
a pair of slouched suede boots footworn no pockets 5k

[Bark and Bite, Jewelry]
Small and cramped, this room lies at the very back of the wagon. The loosely lashed stick walls allow free air flow, preventing this room from being stuffy. A circular wooden pedestal resides in the center of the floor, with a miniature leafless tree and a small glass-paned case resting on top. Pieces of metal and jewels glint within the tree, reflecting the light of the lanterns. A crooked oak doorway on one wall leads out of the room, and a low wooden bench sits beside it.
Obvious exits: none

On the leafless tree you see a beaded silver anklet, a thinly braided suede anklet, a mistwood and jade bead anklet, a tooled leather bracelet, a dark suede wristband, a jade-inlaid silver wristlet, an amber-beaded gold link bracelet, a silver-strung jade leaf pendant, a gold-strung amber heart necklace, a jewel-set woven reed basrenne, a glass-beaded leather huiteo, a thin silver-linked ferroniere and an amber-set delicate gold ferroniere.

a beaded silver anklet ankleworn no pockets 10k
a thinly braided suede anklet ankleworn no pockets 10k
a mistwood and jade bead anklet ankleworn no pockets 10k
a tooled leather bracelet wristworn no pockets 10k
a dark suede wristband wristworn no pockets 10k
a jade-inlaid silver wristlet wristworn no pockets 10k
an amber-beaded gold link bracelet wristworn no pockets 10k
a silver-strung jade leaf pendant neckworn no pockets 10k
a gold-strung amber heart necklace neckworn no pockets 10k
a jewel-set woven reed basrenne headworn no pockets 10k
a glass-beaded leather huiteo headworn no pockets 10k
a thin silver-linked ferroniere headworn no pockets 10k
an amber-set delicate gold ferroniere headworn no pockets 10k

In the glass-paned case you see a smooth witchwood ring, a thin tooled suede band, an amber-set gold ring, a jade-set silver ring, an etched gold band and an engraved silver band.

a smooth witchwood ring fingerworn no pockets 5k
a thin tooled suede band fingerworn no pockets 5k
an amber-set gold ring fingerworn no pockets 5k
a jade-set silver ring fingerworn no pockets 5k
an etched gold band fingerworn no pockets 5k
an engraved silver band fingerworn no pockets 5k

On the wooden bench you see a pair of silver pruning shears, a dented tin can of water, a small tree-shaped shrub, a miniscule bird-shaped topiary and a tiny doe-shaped shrub.

a pair of silver pruning shears not worn no pockets 5k
a dented tin can of water 200
a small tree-shaped shrub

Show: The shrub is neatly pruned, with every leaf and branch perfectly in place. Its beautiful, orderly state is evidence of the great attention and care invested into its healthy appearance. Someone certainly has a green thumb!
Living plant, show changes based on watering and shearing by owner

35k
a miniscule bird-shaped topiary

Show: The topiary is neatly pruned, with every leaf and branch perfectly in place. Its beautiful, orderly state is evidence of the great attention and care invested into its healthy appearance. Someone certainly has a green thumb!
Living plant, show changes based on watering and shearing by owner

35k
a tiny doe-shaped shrub

Show: The shrub is neatly pruned, with every leaf and branch perfectly in place. Its beautiful, orderly state is evidence of the great attention and care invested into its healthy appearance. Someone certainly has a green thumb!
Living plant, show changes based on watering and shearing by owner

35k

Brews and Bread[]

Pelican Lane, map room 8
Lich room 19361
a high-peaked white tent

[Brews and Bread]
Stark white cloth material swoops upward into a high peak, lending a spacious feel to the tent, and multiple blazing torches hanging from above light the area. Dotting the straw-covered ground, neatly stacked crates are topped with frothy mugs of ale. A low sideboard displays plates of bread and liquid-filled saucers. Sealed barrels and unused kegs are arranged behind and around the crates, clearly awaiting use. You also see a discolored wooden half-barrel carved with neat lettering.
Obvious paths: east, out

In the Common language, it reads:

The finest brews I bring to you
from the humble region of Oire,
where the flavors are rich,
the berries ripe,
and taste and quality are of the highest caliber!
Treat yourself to our hearty bread, made from
the very best grain
that we grow,
all farmed with great love and care.
TEAR the fresh-baked loaves,
then dip the pieces into
these special sauces that were
concocted in our very own kitchens.
Long may the Villaunne be blessed with good health!

On the wooden crate you see a mug of blonde cask ale, a flask of Hail Villaunne lager, a mug of caramel stout, a stein of strawberry stout, a flask of sweet-scented Toasted Ale, a mug of foamy Very Berry beer, a jug of spiced pumpkin beer, a cup of apple cider and a stein of Oire's Destiny brew.

a mug of blonde cask ale 300
a flask of Hail Villaunne lager 300
a mug of caramel sout 300
a stein of strawberry stout 300
a flask of sweet-scented Toasted Ale 300
a mug of foamy Very Berry beer 300
a jug of spiced pumpkin beer 300
a cup of apple cider 300
a stein of Oire's Destiny brew 300

On the low sideboard you see a saucer of liquid butter, a saucer of olive oil, a saucer of balsamic vinegar, an open jar of melted milk chocolate, a loaf of sourdough bread, a loaf of pumpernickel bread, a loaf of rosemary bread, a bowl of melted cheddar cheese, a bowl of melted goat cheese, an open jar of strawberry preserves, a small bowl of minced garlic and a small carved sign.

In the Common language, it reads:

Enjoy our fresh-baked breads with a variety of flavorful accompaniments. Simply tear or pull the larger loaves into a more managable size, then dip the smaller pieces of bread into one of the many delicious options on the sideboard! Muah! What could be better?!
a saucer of liquid butter 100
a saucer of olive oil 100
a saucer of balsamic vinegar 100
an open jar of melted milk chocolate 200
a loaf of sourdough bread 400
a loaf of pumpernickel bread 400
a loaf of rosemary bread 400
a bowl of melted cheddar cheese 150
a bowl of melted goat cheese 150
an open jar of strawberry preserves 200
a small bowl of minced garlic 150

[Brews and Bread]
Sectioned off behind a collection of stacked barrels, this area of the tent is cluttered with sturdy tables, several of which display wares for sale. An especially large trio of kegs sits along a long, wooden bench. You also see a dark-stained wooden half-barrel carved with neat lettering.
Obvious paths: west

In the Common language, it reads:

Vessels to hold the best
... (or the worst) ...
wrought by our humble folk!
On the bench, GET but one sampling
of this year's prize-winning brews.
If Oire's chosen please the palate,
buy a keg or two, each twenty-five glasses' worth, in support
of our brewers,
that you may celebrate their worth!
Long may the Villaunne be blessed with good health!

On the wooden table you see a small red-banded keg, a small orange-banded keg, a small yellow-banded keg, a warped black wooden flagon, a silver fish-shaped flask, a velvet-covered flask, a dark green leather flagon and a squat blued steel flask.

a small red-banded keg 5k
a small orange-banded keg 5k
a small yellow-banded keg 5k
a warped black wooden flagon strung on a copper chain 5k
a silver fish-shaped flask strung on a chain of fused hooks 5k
a velvet-covered silver flask strung with a thick silk cord 5k
a dark green leather flagon strung with a thick golden cord 5k
a squat blued steel flask strung with a thick black cord 5k

On the wooden bench you see a wooden yellow-banded barrel, a wooden orange-banded barrel and a wooden red-banded barrel.

You tap a wooden yellow-banded barrel on a wooden bench.

In the Common language, it reads:

~ Northern Region Prize Winner ~

Get: You turn the spigot on a wooden yellow-banded barrel and pour yourself a shot of plum and honey mead! The faint scent of plums drifts past.

a shot of plum and honey mead Taste 1: Beneath the richness of honey and the depth of mingled plum flavors, a faint bilberry tartness lingers on.

Taste 2: Intense plum flavors roll through the honey-sweetened liquid.
1 sip

free

You tap a wooden orange-banded barrel on a wooden bench.

In the Common language, it reads:

~ Southern Region Prize Winner ~

Get: You turn the spigot on a wooden orange-banded barrel and pour yourself a shot of orange blossom ale! The sweet scent of oranges tickles your nose.

a shot of orange blossom ale Taste 1: Lemongrass and honey blend with minor notes of hawthorn berries, resulting in a crisp, clean taste.

Taste 2: The hoppy orange blossom ale melds with a curious concoction of chamomile and orange blossom.
1 sip

free

You tap a wooden red-banded barrel on a wooden bench.

In the Common language, it reads:

~ Western Region Prize Winner ~

Get: You turn the spigot on a wooden red-banded barrel and pour yourself a shot of spiced apple beer! The heady aroma of apples fills the air.

a shot of spiced apple beer Taste 1: The apple flavor lingers on the palate as the thick brew slides down your throat.

Taste 2: Each warm sip tastes of apples steeped in cinnamon.
1 sip

free

Candy Coated[]

Sea Turtle Lane, map room 5
Lich room 19354
a small red pavilion

[Candy Coated, Coats]
The sweet smell of powdered sugar permeates the air inside the silk-walled tent. A battered red painted shelf juts out from the wall above a red and white painted coat rack, displaying a small array of napkins and handkerchiefs. Immediately adjacent the tent flap is an oval platter formed from a glass plate placed over a wagon wheel set on stubby wooden legs, offering a variety of provisions to visitors.
Obvious exits: east

On the red painted shelf you see a filthy tattered paper napkin, a pristine white cloth napkin, an embroidered black and red napkin, a yellow and white checkered napkin, a grey-striped black cloth napkin, a silk-covered stiff paper box, a tan butcher paper-wrapped box and a ribbon-tied square paper box.

a filthy tattered paper napkin

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 100
a pristine white cloth napkin

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
an embroidered black and red napkin

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
a yellow and white checkered napkin

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
a grey-striped black cloth napkin

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
a silk-covered stiff paper box not worn small any number 5k
a tan butcher paper-wrapped box not worn small any number 5k
a ribbon-tied square paper box not worn small any number 5k

On the painted coat rack you see a bright yellow checkered linen coat, a dark blue suede coat, a two-toned grey bourde coat, a nipped-waist scarlet bourde jacket, a dark wool coat, a cropped cream satin jacket and an olivine waxed linen coat.

a yellow and white checkered linen coat

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a double-breasted dark blue suede coat

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a two-toned light and dark grey bourde coat

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a corseted nipped-waist scarlet bourde jacket

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a fitted dark wool coat spouting frilly lace cuffs

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a cropped cream satin jacket with a lightly cowled neckline

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a knee-length hooded olivine waxed linen coat

Possibly scripted

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k

On the oval platter you see a red and white striped paper bag, a strawberry funnel cake, a blended frozen hot chocolate, a gooey apricot tart, a sugar-coated donut and a sauced barbequed rib.

a red and white striped paper bag of cheesy popcorn not worn no pockets 2k
a piece of funnel cake topped with gooey strawberries

Show: Thick, sticky strawberry syrup threatens clean clothes everywhere.

200
a blended frozen hot chocolate

Show: Whipped cream floats on the surface of frozen hot chocolate.

200
a gooey apricot tart

Show: Thick, sticky apricot jam threatens clean clothes everywhere.

200
a sugar-coated donut

Show: A sugar-coated donut is coated with a fine dusting of powdered sugar.

200
a sauced barbequed rib

Show: Thick, sticky barbeque sauce threatens clean clothes everywhere.

200

[Candy Coated, Candy]
Brightly colored scarves drape from the metal rods overhead, drawing attention from the fact that there is barely enough room here to navigate past a display case between the tent's entrance and a draped curtain. The sweet smell of sugary candy is palatable. You also see a small metal plaque.
Obvious exits: west

In the Common language, it reads:

Try our tasty treats, complete with feats!
Light bluish - Spirit Warding I
Coconut - Spirit Barrier
Red apple - Spirit Defense
Blueberry - Spirit Warding II
Square white - Spirit Shield
Frosty white - Purify Air
Sea green - Unpoison
Sky blue - Undisease
Rosy pink - Bravery
Cream - Prayer of Protection
Round black - Neutralize Curse
Long black - Remove Curse
Silvery white - silveries
Bright orange - brights
Brilliant red - brillies
Pinkish red - Thurfel's Ward
Black specks - Strength
Lime - Elemental Deflection
Brown and green swirled - Elemental Bias
Disk-shaped - floating disk
Leaf - Colors
Curved yellow - Resist Elements
Pecan - Foraging
Round yellow - Mystic Focus

You see a display case. Looking at the case, you see a bottom tier, a middle tier and a top tier.

On the bottom tier you see a tan pecan-shaped candy, a curved yellow candy, a green leaf-shaped candy, a pinkish red candy, a silvery white candy, a cream-colored candy, a square white candy, a red apple-shaped candy, a light bluish purple candy and a small coconut-shaped candy.

a tan pecan-shaped candy 603 2.8k
a curved yellow candy 602 3.7k
a green leaf-shaped candy 601 1.6k
a pinkish red candy 503 3.5k
a silvery white candy 401 2.1k
a cream-colored candy 303 5.6k
a square white candy 202 3.1k
a red apple-shaped candy 103 2.8k
a light bluish purple candy 101 2.1k
a small coconut-shaped candy 102 2.5k

On the middle tier you see a black disk-shaped candy, a brown and green swirled candy, a bright green lime-shaped candy, a white and black-speckled candy, a bright orange candy, a round black candy, a frosty white candy and a dark purple blueberry candy.

a black disk-shaped candy 511 7k
a brown and green swirled candy 508 5.7k
a bright green lime-shaped candy 507 5.3k
a white and black-speckled candy 509 9.2k
a bright orange candy 406 3.9k
a round black candy 309 11k
a frosty white candy 207 5.3k
a dark purple blueberry candy 107 4.2k

On the top tier you see a round yellow candy, a brilliant red candy, a long black candy, a rosy pink candy, a white and sky blue candy and a sea green candy.

a round yellow candy 1711 12.6k
a brilliant red candy 414 6.7k
a long black candy 315 8.4k
a rosy pink candy 211 14k
a white and sky blue candy 113 4.2k
a sea green candy 114 4.5k

[Candy Coated, Sitting Area]
The eastern portion of the tent has been sectioned off by a draped curtain to provide a cramped private space. Across the floor sprawl pillows of all shapes and colors. Among the pillows is a red-painted metal table perched on spindly legs beset by squat wooden stools.
Obvious exits: none

On the metal table you see a bowl of colorful candies.

Get candies: You select a small black candy from a bowl of colorful candies. Black should be safe, right?
Lick candy: You lick your black candy, focusing on the black area. The sudden taste of mushroom floods your senses as the candy melds with your tastebuds.
Eat candy: You take a bite of your black candy, focusing on the black area. The sudden taste of mushroom floods your senses as the candy melds with your tastebuds.
One bite, color and flavor appear to be random


The Classy Glutton[]

Crane Lane, map room 3
Lich room 19350
a gold-edged burgundy tent

[The Classy Glutton, Entry]
The scent of freshly baked bread mingles with the distinct aroma of red wine, affording the room a decadent atmosphere. Plush velvet arm chairs are scattered near the burgundy silk walls, while a linen-draped serving table dominates the center of the room. An open tent flap allows in tropical breezes that often flicker the candles set in the twin twisted golden candelabras on the table. A garnet-beaded archway and an amber-beaded doorway lead further into the shop.
Obvious exits: none

Table: The surface of the table is laden with platters of cheeses. A small folded notecard rests in the forefront, its message printed in a bold hand.

On the serving table you see a chunk of nutty yellow cheese, a handful of artisan cheese cubes, a leaf-wrapped chunk of herbal cheese, a piece of tangy yellow cheese, a wheel of pepper-infused cheese, a wedge of light white cheese, a chunk of creamy white cheese and a wedge of sharp yellow cheese.

In the Common language, it reads:

These hand-crafted cheeses contain spiritual spells.
a chunk of nutty yellow cheese spirit spell 12k
a handful of artisan cheese cubes spirit spell 3k
a leaf-wrapped chunk of herbal cheese spirit spell 3.5k
a piece of tangy yellow cheese spirit spell 4k
a wheel of pepper-infused cheese spirit spell 6k
a wedge of light white cheese spirit spell 4.4k
a chunk of creamy white cheese spirit spell 20k
a wedge of sharp yellow cheese spirit spell 8k

[The Classy Glutton, Wine]
The deep color of merlot, the burgundy walls are obscured in places by tall shelves that offer their contents for perusal. One contains glassware of all shapes and sizes, and others hold a variety of wares. Centrally located, a polished mahogany sideboard is laden with beverages in ornate bottles. Ensconced lanterns illuminate the room and cause the garnet beads from the curtained archway to cast small, globular red shadows on the floor.
Obvious exits: none

You see some tall shelves. Among the tall shelves, you see a set of modwir shelves, a set of teak shelves and a set of ebonwood shelves.

On the modwir shelves you see a grape-shaped purple opal pin, a small green jade grape pin, a loaf of bread-shaped pin, a goblet-shaped clear sapphire pin and a bottle-shaped deep garnet pin.

a grape-shaped purple opal pin

Possibly scripted

pinworn no pockets 5k
a small green jade grape pin

Possibly scripted

pinworn no pockets 5k
a loaf of bread-shaped pin

Possibly scripted

pinworn no pockets 5k
a goblet-shaped clear sapphire pin

Possibly scripted

pinworn no pockets 5k
a bottle-shaped deep garnet pin

Possibly scripted

pinworn no pockets 5k

On the teak shelves you see a plush toy velvet wine bottle, some yellow sharp cheese incense, some green white wine incense, some purple red wine incense and some brown baked bread incense.

a plush toy velvet wine bottle

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
some yellow sharp cheese incense

Show: The sharp cheese incense looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
Scripted to burn when lit

not worn no pockets 3k
some green white wine incense

Show: The white wine incense looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
Scripted to burn when lit

not worn no pockets 3k
some purple red wine incense

Show: The red wine incense looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
Scripted to burn when lit

not worn no pockets 3k
some brown baked bread incense

Show: The baked bread incense looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
Scripted to burn when lit

not worn no pockets 3k

On the ebonwood shelves you see a polished teak case, a small beige driftwood case, a silver-hinged pale linden case, a grape-etched maoral case and a brass-hinged ebonwood case.

a polished teak case carved with a vineyard scene beltworn medium any number functional 15k
a small beige driftwood case with wine-hued edges beltworn medium any number functional 15k
a silver-hinged pale linden case inlaid with jade grapes beltworn medium any number functional 15k
a grape-etched maoral case with a tiny wine bottle latch beltworn medium any number functional 15k
a brass-hinged ebonwood case inlaid with amethyst grapes beltworn medium any number functional 15k

Sideboard: A clean, crisp white square of silk has been draped diagonally over the top of the sideboard so that a neatly placed triangle hangs down on both sides. Several bottles of wine are spread across the silk, each with an accompanying glass. A small folded notecard sits in the center, the message it holds repeated on both sides for easy reading.

On the mahogany sideboard you see a small crystal decanter of ice wine, an opaque red bottle of merlot, an etched bottle of pale riesling, a squat decanter of port and a green-tinted bottle of champagne.

In the Common language, it reads:

These imported wines hold elemental magic.
a small crystal decanter of ice wine elemental spell 5k
an opaque red bottle of merlot elemental spell 3k
an etched bottle of pale riesling elemental spell 5.5k
a squat decanter of port elemental spell 2.3k
a green-tinted bottle of champagne elemental spell 9.5k

[The Classy Glutton, Bread]
Stronger here, the scent of freshly baked bread permeates everything in the room. A warm wood stove in one corner seems to be the culprit, along with a long wooden prep table laden with baked goods. Against one wall is a glass-fronted case filled with silverware, their surfaces glittering in the light of a round, glowing orb that dangles from the ceiling. A small window allows faint breezes to move the amber-beaded curtain hanging in the doorway, occasionally filling the room with musical tinkling sounds.
Obvious exits: none

Table: Covered in flour, the surface of the wooden table is stained a pale white, with only patches of the light brown showing through. A variety of baked goods have been arranged across the surface on clean white plates, and a small folded notecard with dark writing rests in the forefront.

On the wooden prep table you see a loaf of buttery beer bread, a large flaky onion croissant, a half-loaf of whole grain bread, a chunk of honey wheat bread and a piece of cinnamon raisin toast.

In the Common language, it reads:

My delicious breads contain some useful spells.
a loaf of buttery beer bread arcane(?) spell 8.1k
a large flaky onion croissant arcane(?) spell 18k
a half-loaf of whole grain bread arcane(?) spell 15k
a chunk of honey wheat bread arcane(?) spell 10k
a piece of cinnamon raisin toast arcane(?) spell 6.9k

In the glass-fronted case you see a serrated silver bread knife, a thin silver cheese knife, an elaborately carved silver fork, a simple silver fork, a small polished silver spoon and a large silver serving spoon.

a serrated silver bread knife not worn no pockets 2.5k
a thin silver cheese knife not worn no pockets 2.5k
an elaborately carved silver fork not worn no pockets 2.5k
a simple silver fork not worn no pockets 2.5k
a small polished silver spoon not worn no pockets 2.5k
a large silver serving spoon not worn no pockets 2.5k

Comida's Bakery[]

Crane Lane, map room 1
Lich room 19347
a bright yellow wagon with a short metal chimney

[Comida's Bakery, Interior]
Crowded yet cozy, the interior of this wagon is just a bit warm. A small brick oven is built into the rear wall emitting, heat and tantalizing aromas. A cooling rack sits in an open window at the opposite end of the wagon, holding the day's goods. You also see a miniature engraved red door.
Obvious exits: out

Rack: Tall and shiny, its many shelves are filled with goodies.

In the Common language, it reads:

Comida, sorry about your door. Here is a new one. ~Japhrimel

On the cooling rack you see a maple bacon bar, a cactus-shaped pastry, a powdered donut hole, a cream-filled tart, a cut-glass bowl and a blood red jelly hex doll donut.

a gooey maple bar topped with two strips of crispy bacon

Show: Thick, sticky maple frosting threatens clean clothes everywhere.

300
a cactus-shaped pastry

Show: Bright green frosting and small candy spines decorate this unique confection.

1k
a powdered donut hole

Show: A powdered donut hole is coated with a fine dusting of powdered sugar.

500
a cream-filled tart

Show: Thick, sticky vanilla cream threatens clean clothes everywhere.

1k
a blood red jelly hex doll donut

Show: Thick, sticky raspberry filling threatens clean clothes everywhere.

500

In the cut-glass bowl you see a peppermint candy, a lemon drop and a cinnamon wheel.

a peppermint candy 3k
a lemon drop 2k
a cinnamon wheel 2k

[Comida's Bakery, Bedroom]
This tiny room is cleverly partitioned near the front of the wagon. Its odd shape gives indication that it is beneath the wagon driver's seat. A small cot and chair are the only adornments. You also see a short red door.
Obvious exits: none


Cupboard Cures[]

Sandy Peninsula, map room 16
Lich room 19371
a red and green striped tent

[Cupboard Cures]
The interior of the tent is cramped and hot. So much sand has been tracked inside that the cloth floor seems rather pointless. Most of the space has been taken up by a table with a large cupboard on it, dominating the back of the tent. You also see a small sign.
Obvious exits: out

In the Common language, it reads:

The shakers all have 10 charges and the brushes 20.
Salt if diseased, Pepper if poisoned, Spices if spoiled.
To build up your resistances baste yourself with oranges to help fight infection, or use red nettle berries to ward off poison.

On the oak table you see a cup of pink mushroom punch, a tall glass of raspberry lemonade, some Vornavian orange juice, a mug of cold strawberry punch, a glass of chilled orange tea and a practical wooden cupboard.

a cup of pink mushroom punch 200
a tall glass of raspberry lemonade 200
some Vornavian orange juice 200
a mug of cold strawberry punch 200
a glass of chilled orange tea 200

In the wooden cupboard you see an oversized pepper shaker, an oversized salt shaker, an oversized mixed-spice shaker, a modwir basting brush and an orase basting brush.

an oversized pepper shaker not worn no pockets 114, 10 uses 6.5k
an oversized salt shaker not worn no pockets 113, 10 uses 6.5k
an oversized mixed-spice shaker not worn no pockets 1604, 10 uses 7k
a modwir basting brush stamped with orange slices not worn no pockets 104, 20 uses 10k
an orase basting brush stamped with red nettle berries not worn no pockets 105, 20 uses 10k

Doubly Dark[]

Alley, map room 4
Lich room 19351
a large violet silk tent draped with ebon bunting

[Doubly Dark, Salesroom]
Dark violet silk drapes over twin poles of ebonwood placed at either side of the area, giving the tent a spacious interior. A crystal-topped case rests upon a beautifully carved table flanked by a pair of velvet-covered trays. Displayed on a polished copper rack, a wide variety of colorful garments hang above a small wooden stand containing a variety of sandals. Several glaes orbs hang from the supports, illuminating the shop with a warm glow. You also see a glaes-beaded curtain.
Obvious paths: east, out

In the crystal-topped case you see a narrow platinum signet ring and a wide ebony signet ring.

a narrow platinum signet ring

Show: The ring is made of platinum and has a design of a pentacle engraved into its face.
Scripted wax sealing ring

fingerworn no pockets 25k
a wide ebony signet ring

Show: The ring is made of ebony and has a design of a trio of overlapping circles inside an enruned triangle engraved into its face.
Scripted wax sealing ring

fingerworn no pockets 25k

You see a pair of velvet-covered trays. Looking at the trays, you see an ivory velvet-covered tray and an ebon velvet-covered tray.

On the velvet-covered tray you see a wide gold ankle cuff and a narrow chrysoprase chatelaine.

a wide gold ankle cuff set with tiny garnets

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

50k
a narrow chrysoprase chatelaine clasped with a gold disk

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

waistworn no pockets 50k

On the velvet-covered tray you see a woven laje necklace, a platinum herringbone wristband and a sleek ebon silk choker.

a woven laje necklace dangling tiny hammered gold disks

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

50k
a platinum herringbone wristband inlaid with eahnor bands

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

wristworn no pockets 50k
a sleek ebon silk choker set with malachite chips

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

50k

On the copper rack you see a platinum and ebon bourde robe, a hooded linen cape, an aubergine bourde gown, a low-necked carmine bourde gown, a copper lizard skin cincture, a sleeveless thin linen tunic, a sleek ebon snakeskin corset, a ruched ivory linen chemise and a ruched dark cotton underrobe.

a platinum and ebony bourde robe with wide sleeves

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

cloakworn large any number functional 50k
a hooded linen cape lined with pale silk

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

cloakworn large any number functional 50k
an aubergine bourde gown with overlapping cotton gauze skirts

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

chestworn very small one item 50k
a low-necked carmine bourde gown laced with gold cording

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

chestworn very small one item 50k
a copper lizard skin cincture edged with ebon cording

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

waistworn no pockets 50k
a thin linen tunic trimmed with a deep burgundy band

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

chestworn no pockets 50k
a sleek ebon snakeskin corset fitted with copper stays

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

frontworn very small couple very small items 50k
a ruched ivory linen chemise with long flowing sleeves

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

chestworn no pockets 50k
a ruched dark cotton underrobe trimmed with deep russet bourde

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

chestworn no pockets 50k

On the wooden stand you see a pair of dark leather sandals and a pair of leather sandals.

a pair of dark leather sandals clasped with hammered gold buckles

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

footworn very small one item functional 50k
a pair of leather sandals dyed a deep russet hue

Possibly scripted with multiple descriptions

footworn very small one item functional 50k

[Doubly Dark, Private Nook]
Set back from the rest of the tent, this more intimate area is filled with the aroma of exotic spices and flavors. A large ebonwood sideboard covers the entire back wall, its beautifully carved legs resembling pairs of twining serpents. Several cushioned chairs are placed in small intimate clusters, their polished wood illuminated by candles lit inside a trio of glaes globes hanging from the dark rafters.
Obvious paths: west

Sideboard: Crafted from dark ebonwood, the sideboard is more a piece of art than furniture. Its slender legs have been carved to resemble pairs of twining serpents, while the muted silver handles have been worked into a series of fanciful twists. Set upon the surface is a series of three shelves fashioned into a pyramid shape, their crystal surfaces sparkling with light from the globes above. A large silver tray holds various bottles and decanters.

You see a triple-tiered crystal pyramid. Looking at the pyramid, you see a bottom shelf, a middle shelf and a top shelf.

On the bottom shelf you see a handful of tiny lizard eggs and some chunky tortoise soup.

a handful of tiny lizard eggs 500
some chunky tortoise soup served in its own shell 300

On the middle shelf you see some roasted wild bat and a plate of crispy fried scorpions.

some roasted wild bat in an agave wine sauce 500
a plate of crispy fried scorpions thickly coated with spices 500

On the top shelf you see a slice of pepper-filled cheese and a cave cricket.

a slice of pepper-filled cheese 500
a chocolate-covered cave cricket 500

On the silver tray you see a tumbler of dark liquor and a glass of spiced blood wine.

a tumbler of dark liquor infused with drops of green venom 300
a glass of spiced blood wine 300

[Doubly Dark, Workroom]
Separated from the main room of the tent by a curtain of glaes-beaded strands, this small nook is filled with bolts of cloth and baskets of thread. Various patterns, needles, and scissors cover the surface of a large worktable. Several small benches are placed about a thick wool carpet covering the ground.
Obvious paths: none


The Dwarven Table[]

Cormorant Lane, map room 15
Lich room 19370
a nondescript grey canvas tent

[The Dwarven Table]
Decorated to resemble the cozy interior of a dwarven home, delectable traditional food has been laid out upon tables arranged around the room. A sample breakfast is available on the table to the east, lunch to the north, and dinner to the west. To the south, a small stand of snacks is available for those with less heartier appettites. You also see a large informative sign.
Obvious exits: out

In the Common language, it reads:

Welcome to the Dwarven Table. Here, you can learn a little about traditional dwarven fare and taste some sample dishes. Enjoy!
Breakfast:
Breakfast is the most important meal for a dwarf heading off to work all day in the mines. This porridge is a common breakfast staple and is known as "berek." It is made from barley cooked with fermented milk. Mutton or other meat from last night's meal is normally added, but sometimes dried fruit is included as well.
Lunch:
Lunch is typically packed into small metal pails for easy transport into the mines. They are heated over communal fires at lunch time, where miners will talk about their mornings' work and expectations for the second half of the day. While the foods are uncomplicated, they are hearty enough to keep dwarves full for hours.
Dinner:
Dinners at home are a time to spend with family and friends, and meals are more elaborate. They are typically large and involve several meats including indigenous cave fish, such as snapjaw. It is important to have just more than enough food for all who sit at the dinner table.
Snacks:
Snacks are critical during the working day. Dwarves low on energy are more prone to accidents in the mine. These snacks are all easy to carry and filling. They include the typical fare of meat, barley, and fungi that are staples in the dwarven diet. Sarak is a dense barley bread laced with dried fruit.

On the breakfast table you see some fried oatcakes, a potato and mushroom hash, a tankard of draft cider, a stein of dark coffee stout and a bowl of thick barley porridge.

some fried oatcakes with grumbelberry jelly 300
a potato and mushroom hash 500
a tankard of draft cider 1k
a stein of dark coffee stout 1k
a bowl of thick barley porridge 750

On the lunch table you see a tankard of rich golden pilsner, a stein of cask ale, a platter of stuffed mushrooms, a barley and vegetable mix, a chunk of crusty dark bread and a bowl of spiced mutton stew.

a tankard of rich golden pilsner 1k
a stein of cask ale 1k
a platter of stuffed mushrooms 200
a pearled barley and pickled vegetable mix 450
a chunk of crusty dark bread 400
a bowl of spiced mutton stew 700

On the dinner table you see a tankard of toasted dark lager, a stein of dry brown ale, some salt-crusted snapjaw, a whole ale-braised rabbit, a roasted medley of root vegetables and some large meat dumplings.

a tankard of toasted dark lager 1k
a stein of dry brown ale 1k
some salt-crusted snapjaw 700
a whole ale-braised rabbit 800
a roasted medley of root vegetables 500
some large meat dumplings 600

On the snack stand you see a fried rhubarb turnover, some fruit-studded sarak and some fried mushroom chips.

a fried rhubarb turnover 400
some fruit-studded sarak 600
some fried mushroom chips 500

Food In My Hair[]

Crane Lane, map room 1
Lich room 19347
a white canvas-covered stall

[Food In My Hair]
Narrow in width, the stall's space is largely taken up by a plethora of tables. Multiple, chaotic heaps of food and spices are piled across the surfaces of the tables, paired up with tools, bowls, and other utensils used to extract and mix dyes, and some of the items are even nestled on several of the chairs and along the ground. Several figures wrapped in blue robes bustle about, moving quickly from one area to another, clearly focused on their work. A tattered blue curtain leads further into the stall. You also see a sign.
Obvious exits: out

New Hair Colors, 15k to Change
1. dark cherry-hued 2. lime green
3. blueberry-hued 4. strawberry blonde
5. dark coffee-colored 6. saffron
7. cinnamon-hued 8. nutmeg brown
9. salt and pepper grey 10. orange
11. rhubarb-hued 12. persimmon-hued
13. peach 14. wheat-colored
15. tangerine-hued 16. milk white
17. light ginger 18. mint green
19. beet red 20. pale cocoa-hued
21. carrot-colored 22. blackberry-hued
23. pistachio green 24. eggplant-hued
25. pecan-colored

On the wooden table you see a glass of spiced coconut wine, a flute of mango champagne, a jar of guava and rum juice, a shot of pineapple vodka and a glass of peach-infused rum.

a glass of spiced coconut wine 200
a flute of mango champagne 200
a jar of guava and rum juice 200
a shot of pineapple vodka 80
a glass of peach-infused rum 200

[Food In My Hair, Storage Area]
The stall's supports here are slightly disjointed, which causes the walls to look like they are bent over in areas. The overhead white canvas is torn in areas, allowing moonlight to spill in, partially illuminating the clutter of unopened crates marked as containing various types of food. Several small lanterns placed about the area provide further light.
Obvious exits: out


Goats Be Got[]

Crane Lane, map room 1
Lich room 19347
a small stall

[Goats Be Got]
The simple stall features ramps that climb up the sides to prevent various challenges for hooved creatures. Unfinished pine forms the walls and sloped ceiling, while circular rugs of woven linen strips cover the packed dirt floor. A bale of hay rests in the corner, the sickly sweet smell of decaying grass filling the small space. You also see a wooden barrel with some stuff on it and a small sign.
Obvious exits: out

In the Common language, it reads:

Hug these goats!

On the wooden barrel you see a steel grey wool goat, a yellow velvet goat, a sleek-furred ebon goat, a powder blue linen goat, an autumnal silk goat, a purple cotton goat, a silvered wool goat, a frizzy white goat, a shaggy black goat and a tiny brown goat.

a steel grey wool goat with a squared silver bell

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a yellow velvet goat sporting a cream silk collar

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a sleek-furred ebon goat with polished silver horns

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a powder blue linen goat with squat ivory horns

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
an autumnal silk goat with a copper bell

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a purple cotton goat decorated with felt flowers

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a silvered wool goat with soot grey hooves

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a frizzy white goat with a pink satin collar

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a shaggy black goat with oversized horns

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k
a tiny chestnut brown goat with cream spots

Show: Covered with real goat hide, this toy goat has an almost lifelike appearance, complete with floppy ears, warm brown eyes and a stubby little tail. Only the subtle glint of metal beneath the hide betrays the fact that this goat is mechanical in nature rat her than biological. A wide leather collar with a small copper bell surrounds the animal's neck.
Scripted mechanical goat

10k

Good Enough To Eat[]

Sea Turtle Lane, map room 7
Lich room 19359
a tri-peaked pastel striped pavilion

[Good Enough To Eat]
Bamboo poles create the frame of this pavilion, stretching tall as they rise to form a peak of pastel striped silk. Garlands of greenery festoon the supports at their joints, and tiny candles in small gold-swept jars suspended from wire hangers serve as rustic lighting. Clusters of pedestal displays form a half-circle at the rear of the pavilion, and nearby, a parchment note sits on a shelf along with a mesh pouch of coffee beans. A pastel flap leads out, while brightly flowered carpet runners encourage further investigation of the shop. You also see a large placard.
Obvious exits: northeast, northwest

Jars: Short and stout, these small jars appear to be the sort that would be used for preserving things like jams and jellies, though they've been repurposed now. On a bed of white sand in the bottom of each jar, a tiny candle sits, its flame flickering languidly to throw out honeyed light from behind the gold-painted interiors of the jars.

In the Common language, it reads:

Apprentice to Caliolia, Perfumer Angenarie, brings some favorite scents for your sniffing pleasure. Also, pieces of perfume jewelry are for sale, along with foods prepared by a chef to compliment each scent.

In the Common language, it reads:

All of the scents in this area of the shop are NEW, released here for the first time! On the pink tables is Melonberry Splash, on the ivory and violet tables is Vanilla-Lavender Truffle, and on the teal tables is Nothing But Thyme.
Each fragrance is accompanied by refreshments, and the coffee beans can be sniffed to clear your palate.

You see a cluster of pedestal displays. Looking at the displays, you see some vivid pink pedestal tables, some ivory and violet pedestal tables and some bright teal pedestal tables.

On the pink pedestal tables you see a bright green fuschia-swept flagon, some berry and honeydew salad, some honeydew juice cocktail and an enameled raspberry pendant.

a bright green fuschia-swept flagon

Scripted perfume

20k
some berry and honeydew salad 500
some honeydew juice cocktail 250
an enameled raspberry pendant

Show: Secured along the back of the pendant is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

On the violet pedestal tables you see a round brown violet-swirled bottle, a chocolate lavender cream truffle, a cup of lavender tea and a feystone lavender brooch.

a round brown violet-swirled bottle

Scripted perfume

20k
a chocolate lavender cream truffle 500
a cup of lavender tea 300
a feystone lavender brooch

Show: Secured along the back of the brooch is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

On the teal pedestal tables you see a slender dusty green vial, a bowl of tomato-thyme soup, a delicate cup of thyme tea and a peridot-set thyme pendant.

a slender dusty green vial

Scripted perfume

20k
a bowl of tomato-thyme soup 500
a delicate cup of thyme tea 500
a peridot-set thyme pendant

Show: Secured along the back of the pendant is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

[Good Enough To Eat]
A brightly flowered carpet runner ends at this nook, and a cluster of pedestal displays form a half-moon between it and the edge of the pavilion. Overhead, a series of gold-swept jars containing tiny candles lend illumination to the surroundings, and garlands of leaves and vines decorate the thin bamboo poles from which they hang. Near the displays is a small shelf offering a mesh pouch of coffee beans and a parchment note. You also see a cluster of pedestal displays.
Obvious exits: southeast

Jars: Short and stout, these small jars appear to be the sort that would be used for preserving things like jams and jellies, though they've been repurposed now. On a bed of white sand in the bottom of each jar, a tiny candle sits, its flame flickering languidly to throw out honeyed light from behind the gold-painted interiors of the jars.

In the Common language, it reads:

On the oak tables is our pineapple perfume, on the cyan tables is our NEW scent, Garden Season, and on the tawny tables is another of our NEW scents, Sourwood Honey.
Each fragrance is accompanied by refreshments, and the coffee beans can be sniffed to clear your palate.

You see a cluster of pedestal displays. Looking at the displays, you see some gold-edged oak pedestal tables, some dark cyan pedestal tables and some tawny pedestal tables.

On the oak pedestal tables you see a gold citrine-studded phial, a bowl of ripe pineapple chunks, a short cup of pineapple liquor and a heavy gold pineapple pendant.

a gold citrine-studded phial

Scripted perfume

20k
a bowl of ripe pineapple chunkns 300
a short cup of pineapple liquor 500
a heavy gold pineapple pendant

Show: Secured along the back of the pendant is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

On the cyan pedestal tables you see a squat vibrant crimson glass jug, a chilled glass of tomato juice, a round-cut dark ruby tomato and some vinegar cucumber-tomato salad.

a squat vibrant crimson glass jug

Scripted perfume

20k
a chilled glass of tomato juice 500
a round-cut dark ruby tomato

Show: Secured along the back of the tomato is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k
some vinegar cucumber-tomato salad 300

On the tawny pedestal tables you see a pale amber beehive-shaped bottle, a thick syrupy piece of honeycomb, some warm honeyed tea and a citrine beehive charm.

a pale amber beehive-shaped bottle

Scripted perfume

20k
a thick syrupy piece of honeycomb 300
some warm honeyed tea 300
a citrine beehive charm

Show: Secured along the back of the charm is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

[Good Enough To Eat]
The pale, pastel colors of the silken walls are made even softer by the amber illumination from the gold-swept jars hanging overhead. Greenery garlands scalloped along the bamboo poles are a dark, glossy green, and the color is mirrored in the flowered carpet runner underfoot. At the edge of this section of the pavilion is a cluster of pedestal displays, above which is a small shelf supporting a parchment note and some vert pedestal tables.
Obvious exits: southwest

Jars: Short and stout, these small jars appear to be the sort that would be used for preserving things like jams and jellies, though they've been repurposed now. On a bed of white sand in the bottom of each jar, a tiny candle sits, its flame flickering languidly to throw out honeyed light from behind the gold-painted interiors of the jars.

In the Common language, it reads:

On the vert tables is our dill pickle fragrance, on the beige tables is cookie dough, and on the orange tables is pumpkin spice.
Each fragrance is accompanied by refreshments, and the coffee beans can be sniffed to clear your palate.

You see a cluster of pedestal displays. Looking at the displays, you see some vert pedestal tables, some light beige pedestal tables and some vibrant orange pedestal tables.

On the vert pedestal tables you see a frosted bumpy green bottle, a crisp dark green pickle, a tall glass of pickle juice and an emerald pickle-shaped charm.

a frosted bumpy green bottle

Scripted perfume

20k
a crisp dark green pickle 500
a tall glass of pickle juice 500
an emerald pickle-shaped charm

Show: Secured along the back of the charm is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

On the beige pedestal tables you see a speckled light brown flasket, a pecan and chocolate cookie, a tall glass of chocolate milk and a smoky quartz cookie pendant.

a speckled light brown flasket

Scripted perfume

20k
a pecan and chocolate cookie 300
a tall glass of chocolate milk 500
a smoky quartz cookie pendant

Show: Secured along the back of the pendant is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

On the orange pedestal tables you see a plump pumpkin-shaped bottle, a slice of spiced pumpkin bread, a stein of pumpkin lager and a copper-edged orange topaz pumpkin.

a plump pumpkin-shaped bottle

Scripted perfume

20k
a slice of spiced pumpkin bread 500
a stein of pumpkin lager 300
a copper-edged orange topaz pumpkin

Show: Secured along the back of the pumpkin is a slender, hand blown crystal vial bearing a delicate stopper.

25k

Island Imports[]

Cormorant Lane, map room 15
Lich room 19370
an open-walled bamboo leaf stall

[Island Imports, Precious Gems]
This open-walled stall has a support structure of long, polished bamboo poles, and a ceiling crafted of large banana leaves. Several torches, set in the dirt at the corners, illuminate the room. A low bamboo counter runs the length of the stall in the center of the floor, and various containers for holding jewelry rest on top. The stall expands to the east and west, and is divided by strings of shells that hang from the ceiling in a curtain, click-clacking together with the slightest movement.
Obvious exits: east, west, out

You see various jewelry containers. Looking at the containers, you see a glass jewelry case, a mahogany jewelry tree and a velvet-lined onyx ring box.

In the jewelry case you see a kaleidoscopic saewehna macaw stickpin, a cluster of stained glass blossoms, a sea glass and coral toucan pin, a sunset garnet hibiscus brooch, a silver-strung green pearl anklet, a hemp-strung hematite orb anklet and a sea glass-set onyx-linked ferroniere.

a kaleidoscopic saewehna macaw stickpin

Show: Formed of a mosaic arrangement of saewehna in a rainbow of vibrant hues, the platinum stickpin has been fashioned to capture the colorfully-plumed visage of an island macaw. Each kaleidoscopic gem is blurred with veins of silver, enhancing the backdrop of platinum that serves as the setting for each gem. Minute etchings form the face and talons of the macaw, purposely understated to not take away from the intensity of the vivid saewehna.

pinworn no pockets 10k
a cluster of stained glass blossoms

Show: Composed of tiny pieces of stained glass encased within a thin silver frame, the pin exquisitely depicts a cluster of hibiscus and plumeria blossoms. The vibrantly colored petals are the clear focal point, with tiny sections filled with a full spectrum of brilliantly colored stained glass pieces. Dazzling saewehna jewels, cut into the shapes of their namesake hummingbirds, butterflies, fireflies, and dragonflies, are nestled amidst the silver framework and serve as complementary accents to the piece.

pinworn no pockets 10k
a sea glass and coral toucan pin

Show: The small toucan pin is crafted from sea glass and polished coral. Deep black coral forms the toucan's body, its feathers intricately etched along the surface. The coral body is sharply contrasted by the bright orange sea glass used for the bird's long beak. The breast and throat of the toucan are shaped from frosted, snow white sea glass, balancing out the pin's design. Set in small disks of crimson sea glass, tiny black pearls serve as its eyes, which gleam faintly in the ambient light.

pinworn no pockets 10k
a sunset garnet hibiscus brooch

Show: Crafted from many stones bound together in the shape of a blooming hibiscus, the sunset garnets of the piece retain their metallic magenta and orange hues. Leaves of green serpentine back the brooch, and a tiny silver pin serves as the attaching mechanism.

pinworn no pockets 10k
a dainty silver anklet of strung absinthe green pearl beads ankleworn no pockets 10k
a hemp-strung hematite orb anklet

Show: Tiny orbs of mirrored hematite are strung on a thin length of hemp. Each orb varies from the others in size and coloration, the minute differences lending the piece a rustic air. The beads are haphazardly spaced, so that more or less hemp may show between them.

ankleworn no pockets 10k
a thin onyx-linked ferroniere dangling a red sea glass disk headworn no pockets 10k

On the jewelry tree you see a simple glass hemp-strung bauble, a crane flower pendant, a kaleidoscopic saewehna wristlet, a beaded lagoon opal bracelet, a tiny luna moth pendant, a lagoon opal trellis lavaliere, a fang-shaped snowflake obsidian and a twisted serpentine wristlet.

a simple glass hemp-strung bauble

Show: The clear sea glass bauble is shaped like a scallop shell, and encases a fine sand that clings to the inner layer of glass. Mixed in with the sand are tiny shells and tumbled stones. Small beads of multihued auboraline are knotted along the length of thin hemp necklace, adding a touch of color.

neckworn no pockets 10k
a crane flower pendant set with an Alhan'aht rivertear neckworn no pockets 10k
a kaleidoscopic saewehna wristlet

Show: Tiny chips of moth, butterfly, and hummingbird saewehna have been inlaid into the thin band of silver to form this irridescent wristlet. The unique surface of the gems creates a kaleidoscopic effect, causing the jewelry's hues to vary depending on the light.

wristworn no pockets 10k
a beaded lagoon opal bracelet

Show: Beads of polished blue green lagoon opal are strung on a thin silver cord to create this piece. Each bead retains the watery greens and sky blues that the gem is known for. Splotches of indigo mottle each bead uniquely, creating a medley of colors reminiscent of lagoon waters.

wristworn no pockets 10k
a tiny luna moth pendant inlaid with gilt-leafed peridot neckworn no pockets 10k
a lagoon opal trellis lavaliere

Show: Constructed of alternating gold and silver wire in a trellis-like pattern, the rectangular shaped pendant hangs low on a slender gold chain. Five lagoon opal cabochons nestle in the wavy latticework amid clusters of tiny freshwater pearls, as if caught in a fisherman's net, the indigo mottling beneath the splashes of watery blues and greens reminiscent of the depths of a tropical sea.

neckworn no pockets 10k
a fang-shaped snowflake obsidian set on a thick collar neckworn no pockets 10k
a twisted green serpentine wristlet inlaid with veins of jet wristworn no pockets 10k

In the onyx ring box you see a carved sable mekret band, a thin violet smoldereye band, a green amber turtle ring, a thick gold band and a pink mistvein ruby-inset onyx ring.

a carved sable mekret band

Show: Glossy and smooth, the mekret has been carved into the shape of a ring and polished down to rid the surface of holes left by the inclusions of air in the natural stone. Etched in the surface are several runes, one for each of the elements of earth, wind, fire, air, and water. An opalescent mother-of-pearl inlay brightens the runes against the dark mekret.

fingerworn no pockets 10k
a thin violet smoldereye band

Show: Encased within the thin band of violet smoldereye are numerous orb-shaped inclusions that emit a silvery phosphorescence. Each inclusion differs from the next in its size and depth within the ring giving an overall effect reminiscent of a hazy nebula.

fingerworn no pockets 10k
a green amber turtle ring

Show: Set atop a wide, golden nephrite band, a thumb-sized oval of amber has been meticulously carved to resemble a little green turtle, the natural mottling of the stone perfectly matching the coloration of an actual carapace. Four prongs hold the cabochon in place and are aligned so as to mimic the flippers of the diminutive reptile whilst two tiny shimmering marcasites stare unblinkingly from beneath the gently curved lip of its protective shell.

fingerworn no pockets 10k
a thick gold band obscured by a multi-hued jasper mosaic fingerworn no pockets 10k
a pink mistvein ruby-inset onyx ring

Show: A single, small mistvein ruby adorns the thin onyx band. Polished to a shine, the cloudy pink gem displays its signature veins of shimmering silver flecks. The band is smooth, its edges rounded for a secure and comfortable fit.

fingerworn no pockets 10k

[Island Imports, Bakery]
This open-walled stall has a support structure of long, polished bamboo poles, and a ceiling crafted of large banana leaves. The stall expands to the east, divided by strings of shells that hang from the ceiling in a curtain. Several oil lanterns hang down from the frame at the corners of the ceiling and illuminate the contents of a low bamboo counter that dominates the center of the floor. Resting near the edge of the counter is an octagonal glass candy jar filled with sweets.
Obvious exits: east

On the bamboo counter you see a paper-wrapped hearty oat muffin, a paper-wrapped praline cupcake, a paper-wrapped blueberry muffin, a paper-wrapped carrot cupcake, a paper-wrapped chocolate cupcake, a snifter of strawberry punch, a decanter of tart lemonade, a bottle of tropical juice, a carafe of pineapple smoothie and a pitcher of sweet iced tea.

a paper-wrapped hearty oat muffin 500
a paper-wrapped praline cupcake with vanilla icing 500
a paper-wrapped blueberry muffin 500
a paper-wrappped carrot cupcake with vanilla frosting 500
a paper-wrapped chocolate cupcake with a thin glaze 200
a snifter of strawberry punch 1k
a decanter of tart lemonade 1k
a bottle of tropical juide 200
a carafe of pineapple smoothie 1k
a pitcher of sweet iced tea 1k

In the glass candy jar you see a swirly yellow lollipop, a bright red lollipop, a vibrant orange lollipop, a deep purple lollipop, a mottled pink lollipop, a striated green lollipop, a speckled white lollipop, an opaque black lollipop, a spherical brown lollipop and a multicolored lollipop pinwheel.

a swirly yellow lollipop

Show: The yellow lollipop is entirely yellow in color. What flavor yellow might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a bright red lollipop

Show: The red lollipop is entirely red in color. What flavor red might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a vibrant orange lollipop

Show: The orange lollipop is entirely orange in color. What flavor orange might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a deep purple lollipop

Show: The purple lollipop is entirely purple in color. What flavor purple might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a mottled pink lollipop

Show: The pink lollipop is entirely pink in color. What flavor pink might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a striated green lollipop

Show: The green lollipop is entirely green in color. What flavor green might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a speckled white lollipop

Show: The white lollipop is entirely white in color. What flavor white might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
an opaque black lollipop

Show: The black lollipop is entirely black in color. What flavor black might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a spherical brown lollipop

Show: The brown lollipop is entirely brown in color. What flavor brown might be, though, is a mystery.

2.5k
a multicolored lollipop pinwheel

Show: A yellow-colored section is exposed on the lollipop pinwheel. What flavor could it be?

2.5k

[Island Imports, Metal and Wood]
This open-walled stall has a support structure of long, polished bamboo poles, and a ceiling crafted of large banana leaves. Several torches, set in the dirt at the corners, illuminate the room. The stall expands to the west, divided by strings of shells that hang from the ceiling in a curtain. A low bamboo counter traverses the center of the floor, its contents glittering in the light of the torches.
Obvious exits: west

On the bamboo counter you see a jewel-inlaid cocobolo spiral bracelet, a mithril lighthouse pin, an enameled golden sun pin, a latticework silver back pendant, a waterweb-set imflass-linked ferroniere, a three-tiered platinum necklace, a thick-linked silver chain, a twisted silver ring, a fuschia silk hibiscus wristlet and an interwoven pale driftwood anklet.

a jewel-inlaid cocobolo spiral bracelet

Show: Carved from lacquered, fine-grained cocobolo wood, the bracelet appears as a nearly seamless infinity spiral in construction. Liana vines are etched along the spiraled edges, while delicately painted hibiscus and plumeria blossoms, accented by tiny chips of pale pink mistvein rubies and purple thunderhead opals, adorn the outer surfaces of the winding spiral. The darker inner surfaces resemble the lagoon's depths and are inlaid with lustrous absinthe green, midnight blue, and frosty pale violet pearls.

wristworn no pockets 10k
a mithril lighthouse pin

Show: Encased within a tooled mithril housing on a miniature rotating axle, a golden glimaerstone is carved to resemble a torch and lens. The axle is attached to a carefully-carved base resembling a weathered wooden lighthouse atop a grassy hill. The clasps attach to the base, allowing the lens assembly to rotate freely and cast a faint beam of light as it rotates.

pinworn no pockets 10k
an enameled golden sun pin

Show: The sun is a stylized orb surrounded by wavy rays enameled in a mellow gold color. Positioned within the center of the sun is a small silhouetted archipelago, the islands clustered together to form the layout of Mist Harbor in miniature.

pinworn no pockets 10k
a latticework silver back pendant

Show: Suspended from a thin length of silvered filament hangs a wide column of mesh latticework, the piece meant to drape between the wearer's shoulder blades. Interspersed along the lattice are vividly jeweled plumerias, clematis and hibiscus blossoms, their petals overlapping one another, almost obscuring the framework in hues of magenta, violet and saffron. A tiny vine wrought from dark faenor wends its way along the flowers, adding to the illusion of a blooming garden scene.

neckworn no pockets 10k
a delicate imflass-linked ferroniere dangling a blue waterweb headworn no pockets 10k
a three-tiered platinum necklace with saewehna beads neckworn no pockets 10k
a thick-linked silver chain set with a midnight blue pearl neckworn no pockets 10k
a twisted silver ring set with an oval-cut mistvein sapphire fingerworn no pockets 10k
a fuschia silk hibiscus wristlet

Show: The silk hibiscus looks incredibly realistic even up close, the petals on the flower lightly lacquered to give a satiny finish. It is large, the size of the average human hand, and dyed an even fuschia that deepens from the rippled edges of the petals to the center where it turns deep scarlet. The flower adorns a thick silver wristlet gently bent in the shape of a curled stalk, the leaves spreading away from the piece on thin stems of silver.

wristworn no pockets 10k
an interwoven pale driftwood anklet

Show: Numerous thin pieces of smooth driftwood have been hollowed out and interwoven together with thin strands of silver to form this anklet. The webbed network creating a perfect setting for the numerous fragile nacreous aqua waterweb stones which lace throughout. Each pale blue gem is spun with strands of opalescent silver, enhancing the salt-bleached, grey-white hue of the driftwood it is set against.

ankleworn no pockets 10k

Khuyler's Keep[]

Crane Lane, map room 2
Lich room 19348
a makeshift wood-paneled shop

[Khuyler's Keep, Entry]
Heavy hides drape across the doorway, blocking out the bright moonlight, changes in temperature, and dust raised by the many trampling feet passing by at the festival. Off to one side and behind a long carved maple table, a couple of elven lasses stand at the ready to assist the shoppers perusing the various wares. A pastoral scene depicting rolling hills and vineyards is painted on the sectional panels set up to create this temporary shop, and the flat roof overhead has a small skylight opened to admit fresh air. You also see a hide-covered doorway, an old cedar cask and a big weathered tanik crate.
Obvious exits: north

On the carved maple table you see an almond cream-filled dariole, an anise comfit-coated marzipan, an elderflower sambocade, a golden treacle tart and a fig and apple-filled cuskynole.

an almond cream-filled dariole drizzled with chocolate 200
an anise comfit-coated marzipan shaped like a strawberry 200
an elderflower sambocade with a cookie crust and gooseberry topping 100
a golden treacle tart studded with candied pecans 200
a fig and apple-filled cuskynole baked perfectly golden brown 200

Cask: Soaked with cold water and sitting just under the shade of the stall's canopy, the old cedar cask holds a variety of wines to enjoy while perusing the market.

In the old cedar cask you see a glass of pale dandelion wine, a glass of dark gorse wine, a glass of deep red claret, a glass of late harvest muscadelle and a glass of aromatic grape pyment.

a glass of pale dandelion wine 100
a glass of dark gorse wine 100
a glass of deep red claret 100
a glass of late harvest muscadelle 100
a glass of aromatic grape pyment 100

Crate: The weathered tanik crate long ago lost its lid, making it a handy carry-all for the flasks of cordials and liqueurs stored here.

In the weathered tanik crate you see a flask of mint cordial, a flask of raspberry liqueur, a flask of lavender cordial, a flask of rose petal liqueur, a flask of anise cordial, a flask of plum liqueur and a flask of galingale cordial.

a flask of mint cordial 100
a flask of raspberry liqueur 100
a flask of lavender cordial 100
a flask of rose petal liqueur 100
a flask of anise cordial 100
a flask of plum liqueur 100
a flask of galingale cordial 100

[Khuyler's Keep, Main Store]
Cedar panels are fitted together to create a sturdy temporary structure that is quite moveable. Fanciful painting graces each smooth wooden surface, illustrating the various herbs and produce available from the fertile growing lands of Elanthia. Suspended from one of the crossbeam support joists holding the simple flat roof is a wide set of maple hooks, and opposite them is a low maple display case pushed against the wall. Fresh rushes are scattered along the ground, keeping dust and dirt from rising up to contaminate the wares. You also see a dull silver countertop with some stuff on it, a large oaken half-barrel and a small fruit-laden wheelbarrow.
Obvious exits: east, south

Hooks: Dangling from each peg are bundles of pipe tobacco bound carefully with a decorative ribbon.

On the set of maple hooks you see some tawny molasses pipe tobacco, some pale green apple pipe tobacco, some ochre rum pipe tobacco, some ebon black licorice pipe tobacco, some pale gold honey pipe tobacco, some dark brown clove pipe tobacco, some dark gold allspice pipe tobacco, some deep black walnut pipe tobacco, some pale brown pecan pipe tobacco, some rich umber cocoa pipe tobacco and some deep amber bourbon pipe tobacco.

some tawny molasses pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

3k
some pale green apple pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

3k
some ochre rum pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

3k
some ebon black licorice pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

3k
some pale gold honey pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

3k
some dark brown clove pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

1k
some dark gold allspice pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

1k
some deep black walnut pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

2k
some pale brown pecan pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

2k
some rich umber cocoa pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

2k
some deep amber bourbon pipe tobacco

Scripted smoking pipe tobacco

1k

In the maple display case you see a fused glass modwir-stemmed pipe, a whittled oak thanot-stemmed pipe, a polished bone maple-stemmed pipe, a carved ivory ebon-stemmed pipe, a chiseled onyx oak-stemmed pipe, a delicate pink rose-carved pipe, a big grey haon-bowled pipe and a small yellow corncob pipe.

a fused glass modwir-stemmed pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a whittled oak thanot-stemmed pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a polished bone maple-stemmed pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a carved ivory ebon-stemmed pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a chiseled onyx oak-stemmed pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a delicate pink rose-carved pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a big grey haon-bowled pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k
a small yellow corncob pipe

Scripted smoking pipe, possibly wearable

not worn no pockets 50k

Countertop: Dulled silver, pitted with exposure to the elements over the years, has been fashioned into a handy countertop upon which tasty mugs of mead rest.

On the dull silver countertop you see a frosty mug of bitter lemon mead, a large mug of woth-honey mead, a large mug of barley and oat mead, a tall mug of sweetly spiced metheglin and a cold mug of blackberry melomel.

a frosty mug of bitter lemon mead 91
a large mug of woth-honey mead 100
a large mug of barley and oat mead 100
a tall mug of sweetly spiced metheglin 100
a cold mug of blackberry melomel 100

Half-barrel: Filled with crushed ice and drilled with a small side hole to drain off the icemelt, the half-barrel has been filled with a variety of chilled ales, beers, and stouts.

In the large oaken half-barrel you see an icy stein of ginger beer, a hefty stein of birch beer, a tall stein of amber ale, a large stein of wheat ale, a cool stein of barley stout and a refreshing stein of dark stout.

an icy stein of ginger beer 100
a hefty stein of birch beer 100
a tall stein of amber ale 100
a large stein of wheat ale 100
a cool stein of barley stout 100
a refreshint stein of dark stout 100

Wheelbarrow: Filled with apples, glasses of fresh cider and fermented perry have been carefully tucked into the fruit-laden wheelbarrow.

In the fruit-laden wheelbarrow you see a glass of pale gooseberry perry, a glass of rich golden pear perry, a glass of tart cherry cider and a glass of sweet apple cider.

a glass of pale gooseberry perry 100
a glass of rich golden pear perry 100
a glass of tart cherry cider 100
a glass of sweet apple cider 100

[Khuyler's Keep, Prep Station]
Metal racks and cedar shelves line the back room of the panel-structured shop, able to store a vast quantity of goods at any time. Set within brackets behind the storage units are thin sheets of rhimar designed to keep this section cool despite the temperature outside, or the elevating climate inside due to the increase of corporeal traffic. In each of the directional four corners sit tall stands with large, flickering candles adding illumination to this dimly lit area. You also see a large maple worktable dominating the center of the space.
Obvious exits: west


Klinast Delights[]

Crane Lane, map room 3
Lich room 19350
a ramshackle rattan booth with a tattered canvas canopy

[Klinast Delights]
A tall rattan rack is situated against a sizable wall crafted from a hodgepodge of wooden planks that extend upward from an elevated, uneven floor of the same design, and forms the back of this hastily constructed booth. Lengths of rattan, bound with knotted ropes, form a trio of half-walls that join at large wooden poles in the corners. Weathered canvas is stretched overhead, its tattered and torn surface offering a decent view of the stars in the nighttime sky. You also see a battered imflass cart with some stuff on it and a crude driftwood display with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: out

On the rattan rack you see a silvery blue imflass-tipped trident, a silvery blue imflass-tipped harpoon, a silvery blue imflass meat cleaver, a silvery blue imflass-tipped javelin, a silvery blue imflass fillet knife, a sleek black vultite-tipped trident, a sleek black vultite-tipped harpoon, a sleek black vultite meat cleaver, a sleek black vultite-tipped javelin and a sleek black vultite fillet knife.

In the Common language, it reads:

HuNt FoOD wiTh ToOLs iN tHiS.
a silvery blue imflass-tipped trident polearm trident no glyph 35k
a silvery blue imflass-tipped harpoon polearm spear no glyph 5k
a silvery blue imflass meat cleaver edged handaxe no glyph 20k
a silvery blue imflass-tipped javelin thrown javelin no glyph 10k
a silvery blue imflass fillet knife edged dagger no glyph 3k
a sleek black vultite-tipped trident polearm trident no glyph 76k
a sleek black vultite-tipped harpoon polearm spear no glyph 12k
a sleek black vultite meat cleaver edged handaxe no glyph 45k
a sleek black vultite-tipped javelin thrown javelin no glyph 24.5k
a sleek black vultite fillet knife edged dagger no glyph 7.7k

On the imflass cart you see a pungent pepper cocktail, a skewer of fried calamari, a grilled grouper fillet, a slice of smoked sea thrak, a bowl of spicy crab and shark chowder, a cup of walrus blood and fat soup, a plate of chilled seal meat and a chilled arctic crab eye.

a pungent pepper cocktail Taste 1: Tiny specks of horseradish and black pepper dot the cocktail, adding a stinging heat to the already richly flavored concoction. You detect faint hints of lime and olive juice as you finish swallowing.

Taste 2: The taste of peppered vodka rips through the thick, pepper cocktail, its strength so intense that it feels like it could light a fire in your belly!
5 sips

free
a skewer of fried calamari sprinkled with sea salt Taste 1: As you bite into the crunchy fried exterior of the calamari, the chewy and stringy meat slides across your tongue.

Taste 2: After biting into a greasy chunk of fried calamari, you find yourself with a tiny tentacle stuck between two teeth. Yum.
5 bites

free
a grilled grouper fillet wrapped with peppered whale bacon Taste 1: Thin strips of crispy bacon that are wrapped around the fish burst with flavor, almost overwhelming the flavor of the fillet.

Taste 2: Pan-fried in a sesame oil, the fillet's flavor is enhanced only by the strips of pepper-bacon that are delicately wrapped around it.
5 bites

free
a slice of smoked sea thrak sprinkled with lemon zest Taste 1: Pleasantly firm and coarse, the meaty huskiness of the thrak is accompanied by a slightly smoky flavor.

Taste 2: There is a delightful complexity to the smoky flavor of the thrak.
6 bites

free
a bowl of spicy crab and shark chowder Taste 1: A hint of bitterness lurks among the spices of the palate-cleansing crab and shark chowder.

Taste 2: A pungent aroma drifts to your nostrils prior to the crab and shark chowder's arrival upon your tongue. The taste is rather like having a krolvin bar brawl occur in your mouth, but it leaves you strangely refreshed anyway.
5 bites

free
a cup of walrus blood and fat soup Taste 1: Unpleasantly hot, the blood and fat soup almost causes you to lose your appetite due to its wholly unappealing flavor.

Taste 2: Thick and viscous, the blood and fat soup has a harsh gaminess and tastes as though someone has punched you in the mouth.
5 sips

free
a plate of chilled seal meat Taste 1: Far softer than expected, the meat is unappealing.

Taste 2: Crystals of ice permeate the tender slab of seal meat and provide the only bit of interest to the gamey, gelatinous dish.
5 bites

free
a chilled arctic crab eye Taste 1: Bursting upon pressure from your teeth, the ocular fluid trapped within the eye fills your mouth with its pungent flavors.

Taste 2: Cold and clammy, the eye has a strange, salty taste that nearly gags you.
2 bites

free

On the driftwood display you see a tapered fruitwood rod, a long black ash fishing rod and a dark rattan fishing rod.

In the Common language, it reads:

MaKe SUre yOu LoOk ON, IN, aNd UNDER tHis! bUy MorE!
a tapered fruitwood fishing rod with an oilskin-wrapped grip

Scripted fishing rod

35k
a long black ash fishing rod with a sharkskin-wrapped grip

Scripted fishing rod

35k
a dark rattan fishing rod with a grey seal skin-wrapped grip

Scripted fishing rod

35k

In the driftwood display you see a shiny silver sword-shaped lure, a lapis lazuli wave-shaped lure, a colorful glaes starburst lure, a geometric cube-in-sphere lure, a carved jade stylized leaf lure, a tiny black spherical weight, a small black spherical weight and a spool of black fishing line.

a shiny silver sword-shaped lure

Show: The sword-shaped lure looks like it'd be equally effective at any depth.
Scripted fishing equipment

500
a lapis lazuli wave-shaped lure

Show: The wave-shaped lure looks like it'd be equally effective at any depth.
Scripted fishing equipment

500
a colorful glaes starburst lure

Show: The glaes starburst lure looks like it'd be equally effective at any depth.
Scripted fishing equipment

500
a geometric cube-in-sphere lure

Show: The cube-in-sphere lure looks like it'd be equally effective at any depth.
Scripted fishing equipment

500
a carved jade stylized leaf lure

Show: The stylized leaf lure looks like it'd be equally effective at any depth.
Scripted fishing equipment

500
a tiny black spherical weight

Scripted fishing equipment

not worn no pockets 950
a small black spherical weight

Scripted fishing equipment

not worn no pockets 950
a spool of black fishing line

Show: The black fishing line looks somewhat strong.
Scripted fishing equipment

25k

Under the driftwood display you see a rhimar-lined black ash chest, a rhimar-lined woven rattan chest and a rhimar-lined driftwood chest.

a rhimar-lined black ash chest

Scripted to preserve freshly caught fish

45k
a rhimar-lined woven rattan chest

Scripted to preserve freshly caught fish

45k
a rhimar-lined driftwood chest

Scripted to preserve freshly caught fish

45k

You make a careful search of the area and discover a decrepit wooden panel!

[Klinast Delights, Storage]
More of a large compartment than a small room, there is barely enough floor to stand on among the stacked crates and barrels. A dim, flickering lantern provides enough light to see the outline of a stained oak chest in the darkest, shadowy corner of this cramped storage space. You also see a decrepit wooden panel leading out.
Obvious exits: none

In the stained oak chest you see a multihued chromatic glaes jug, a mottled dark glaes jug and a murky umber glaes jug.

In the Common language, it reads:

ChROmAtiC iS sTrOngEst bUt SmaLL jUg - JeLLyfiSh VeNOm
DaRk iS iN miDdLe - StONefiSh VeNOm
UmbEr iS weAkeSt bUt BiG jUg - StiNgrAy VeNOm
a multihued chromatic glaes jug with a dark parchment label

Weapon poison, strongest but fewest uses

30k
a mottled dark glaes jug with a stained parchment label

Weapon poison, medium strength and medium uses

30k
a murky umber glaes jug with a yellow parchment label

Weapon poison, weakest but most uses

30k

The Label Maker[]

Pelican Lane, map room 11
Lich room 19372
a wooden plank wagon with a bright white roof

[The Label Maker]
The small space is surrounded by the wooden plank walls of the wagon and taken up by several surfaces that display wares for sale. A solid oak counter resides near the entry door, while a set of oak shelves sits beside a curtain that leads further into the shop. Hanging on the walls are some assorted signs with bold writing, and between them a tall cabinet rests against the wall near a pair of flickering torches.
Obvious exits: none

You see some assorted signs. Looking at the signs, you see a pink pine sign, a yellow oak sign, a purple mahogany sign and a red teak sign.

In the Common language, it reads:

My other wagon is a beach house.

In the Common language, it reads:

Mornings bad.
Coffee good.

In the Common language, it reads:

Women are like fine wine.
They both get better with age.

In the Common language, it reads:

Old Age and Treachery
Will Always Overcome
Youth and Enthusiasm

On the oak counter you see a small square paper tag, a cream and gold tag, an earth-toned strip of vellum, a shiny strip of silver parchment, a pale grey strip of vellum, a darkly stained vellum label, a rectangular strip of rice paper, a crisp strip of paper, an antique strip of parchment, a faded paper label, a pale parchment label, a silver and pale green label, a thin strip of faded parchment, a tiny strip of gold vellum, a thin strip of white paper and a darkly stained bone stylus.

a small square paper tag

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a cream and gold tag

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
an earth-toned strip of vellum

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a shiny strip of silver parchment

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a pale grey strip of vellum

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a darkly stained vellum label

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a rectangular strip of rice paper

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a crisp strip of paper

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
an antique strip of parchment

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a faded paper label

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a pale parchment label

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a silver and pale green label

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a thin strip of faded parchment

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a tiny strip of gold vellum

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a thin strip of white paper

Scripted writable item label

not worn no pockets 6.5k
a darkly stained bone stylus

Scripted writing utensil

not worn no pockets 2k
Item Label Information
Labels may be written on and attached to weapons, shields, armor, enhancives, most magic items, clothing and containers. Any text may be written on the label, and no guarantee is made whether it is true. The GM who created the labels, Jainna, has mentioned that OOC or inappropriate text might want to be avoided. When applied, the label’s text will be visible when the item it’s attached to is read. Labels cannot be manipulated or changed once applied, but they can be removed using the solvent also sold in the shop. New labels can also be added, replacing the old one.
Adding the label will not take the place of loresong information in the playershops. It will, however, replace existing text on an item such as a weapon name. The name could be appended to the label text, but there is a character limit to what can be added to the labels. Placing a label on an item appears not to affect any scripts that might already be present.
In writing the text on the labels, there does not appear to be a mechanic that supports writing in different languages. Nor does there appear to be a way to insert a line break. The label can be CLEANed to remove the text if it has not yet been applied to another item. Any item with the noun of 'quill' or 'stylus' can be used to write the text on the label.
Labels of a single type can be put inside a label box. When placed inside, the labels combine with the box to be considered one item altogether by the game, making it easier to avoid the 500 item inventory limit. Boxes initially hold only 10 labels, but skilled merchants can deepen them to hold more. Some raffled boxes had a maximum of 200, while the normal maximum is 100. Boxes can also be unlocked such that labels put inside and then removed are likewise unlocked to possess a few more scripts.
Labels, boxes and solvent may all be ANALYZEd for more information on usage, doses of solvent, alteration restrictions, unlocking status, label box capacity and so on.
Label Usage
>glance

You glance down to see a compact mistwood box in your right hand and nothing in your left hand.

>tilt my box

You lift your mistwood box up to your ear and shake it back and forth. A satifying shuffling sound resounds in your ear. You still have a bunch of labels left!

>touch my box

You run your hands over the surface of your box, thoroughly checking for any imperfections.

>knock my box

You tap on your mistwood box in a staccato rhythm, casually glancing about the area.

>look in my box

There is a single label inside the mistwood box. It can hold a total of 20 and currently contains the style: "a tiny strip of parchment".

>pull my box

You pull a tiny strip of parchment out of your mistwood box. That was the last parchment, your mistwood box is now empty. Time to refill it!

>smell my parch

You bring your parchment to your nose and inhale deeply. Fresh and clean!

>touch my parch

You tap the strip of parchment against your cheek, wondering what to write.

>eat my parch

You quickly pop the strip of parchment into your mouth, chew it up, and swallow it. So much for evidence! (destroys the label)

>put my box in my mantle

>get my quill
>write parchment;Testing!
With quick strokes, you write your message on your strip of parchment with your grey feather quill.

>read parchment

The strip of parchment reads, "Testing!"

>get my dagger

>put my parchment on my dagger
You need to peel the backing off your parchment before you can stick it to something.

>pull my parchment

You tug on the edge of your parchment, removing the paper backing and revealing a sticky layer beneath.

>put my parchment on my dagger

You carefully position the strip of parchment in an appropriate location on your faenor dagger and smooth it into place.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.
There appears to be something written on it.

>read my dagger

A tiny strip of parchment secured around the hilt of the the faenor dagger reads, "Testing!."

>get my solvent

>measure my solvent
You hold your solvent up and swish it gently from side to side. You estimate that you have 4 doses left of the solution.

>smell my solvent

You bring your solvent to your nose and inhale deeply. It smells like harsh chemicals!

>tilt my solvent

You tilt your jar of solvent back and fourth, hearing a faint sloshing sound from within.

>rub my solvent on my dagger

The faenor dagger appears to have a label or writing of some sort. If you’d like to remove it with your clear solvent please try to rub it on again within 30 seconds!

>rub my solvent on my dagger

Using your fingertips, you liberally apply some solvent to your faenor dagger and gently rub away the parchment stuck to its surface.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.

>read my dagger

There is nothing there to read.

Analyze Info, Locked
You analyze your strip of parchment and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

The creator has also provided the following information: You get the feeling that your item has yet to be unlocked. This item traps WRITE, READ, PUT/DROP, and PULL.

A merchant can alter the base description (15/15/15) or add a long description to this item that will show when you attach the label to a piece of gear. The noun MUST remain "label," "vellum," "parchment," "paper," or "tag."

If you are unsure how to write on this item, hold it and type WRITE.

You get no sense of whether or not the parchment may be further lightened.

Analyze Info, Unlocked
You analyze your strip of parchment and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

The creator has also provided the following information: You get the feeling that your item is fully unlocked. This item traps WRITE, READ, PUT/DROP, PULL, EAT, SMELL/SNIFF, and TOUCH.

A merchant can alter the base description (15/15/15) or add a long description to this item that will show when you attach the label to a piece of gear. The noun MUST remain "label," "vellum," "parchment," "paper," or "tag."

If you are unsure how to write on this item, hold it and type WRITE.

You get no sense of whether or not the parchment may be further lightened.

You see a set of oak shelves. Looking at the shelves, you see a high oak shelf, a middle oak shelf and a low oak shelf.

On the high oak shelf you see a small dark ebonwood box, an intricately carved oak box, a dented tin box, a fine-grained pearwood box and a lacquered tigerwood box.

a small dark ebonwood box

Scripted item label holder

50k
an intricately carved oak box

Scripted item label holder

50k
a dented tin box

Scripted item label holder

50k
a lacquered tigerwood box

Scripted item label holder

50k
Item Label Information
Labels may be written on and attached to weapons, shields, armor, enhancives, most magic items, clothing and containers. Any text may be written on the label, and no guarantee is made whether it is true. The GM who created the labels, Jainna, has mentioned that OOC or inappropriate text might want to be avoided. When applied, the label’s text will be visible when the item it’s attached to is read. Labels cannot be manipulated or changed once applied, but they can be removed using the solvent also sold in the shop. New labels can also be added, replacing the old one.
Adding the label will not take the place of loresong information in the playershops. It will, however, replace existing text on an item such as a weapon name. The name could be appended to the label text, but there is a character limit to what can be added to the labels. Placing a label on an item appears not to affect any scripts that might already be present.
In writing the text on the labels, there does not appear to be a mechanic that supports writing in different languages. Nor does there appear to be a way to insert a line break. The label can be CLEANed to remove the text if it has not yet been applied to another item. Any item with the noun of 'quill' or 'stylus' can be used to write the text on the label.
Labels of a single type can be put inside a label box. When placed inside, the labels combine with the box to be considered one item altogether by the game, making it easier to avoid the 500 item inventory limit. Boxes initially hold only 10 labels, but skilled merchants can deepen them to hold more. Some raffled boxes had a maximum of 200, while the normal maximum is 100. Boxes can also be unlocked such that labels put inside and then removed are likewise unlocked to possess a few more scripts.
Labels, boxes and solvent may all be ANALYZEd for more information on usage, doses of solvent, alteration restrictions, unlocking status, label box capacity and so on.
Label Usage
>glance

You glance down to see a compact mistwood box in your right hand and nothing in your left hand.

>tilt my box

You lift your mistwood box up to your ear and shake it back and forth. A satifying shuffling sound resounds in your ear. You still have a bunch of labels left!

>touch my box

You run your hands over the surface of your box, thoroughly checking for any imperfections.

>knock my box

You tap on your mistwood box in a staccato rhythm, casually glancing about the area.

>look in my box

There is a single label inside the mistwood box. It can hold a total of 20 and currently contains the style: "a tiny strip of parchment".

>pull my box

You pull a tiny strip of parchment out of your mistwood box. That was the last parchment, your mistwood box is now empty. Time to refill it!

>smell my parch

You bring your parchment to your nose and inhale deeply. Fresh and clean!

>touch my parch

You tap the strip of parchment against your cheek, wondering what to write.

>eat my parch

You quickly pop the strip of parchment into your mouth, chew it up, and swallow it. So much for evidence! (destroys the label)

>put my box in my mantle

>get my quill
>write parchment;Testing!
With quick strokes, you write your message on your strip of parchment with your grey feather quill.

>read parchment

The strip of parchment reads, "Testing!"

>get my dagger

>put my parchment on my dagger
You need to peel the backing off your parchment before you can stick it to something.

>pull my parchment

You tug on the edge of your parchment, removing the paper backing and revealing a sticky layer beneath.

>put my parchment on my dagger

You carefully position the strip of parchment in an appropriate location on your faenor dagger and smooth it into place.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.
There appears to be something written on it.

>read my dagger

A tiny strip of parchment secured around the hilt of the the faenor dagger reads, "Testing!."

>get my solvent

>measure my solvent
You hold your solvent up and swish it gently from side to side. You estimate that you have 4 doses left of the solution.

>smell my solvent

You bring your solvent to your nose and inhale deeply. It smells like harsh chemicals!

>tilt my solvent

You tilt your jar of solvent back and fourth, hearing a faint sloshing sound from within.

>rub my solvent on my dagger

The faenor dagger appears to have a label or writing of some sort. If you’d like to remove it with your clear solvent please try to rub it on again within 30 seconds!

>rub my solvent on my dagger

Using your fingertips, you liberally apply some solvent to your faenor dagger and gently rub away the parchment stuck to its surface.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.

>read my dagger

There is nothing there to read.

Analyze Info, Unlocked and Once Deepened
You analyze your mistwood box and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

The creator has also provided the following information:
This item is a box to store multiple labels.
A merchant can alter this item with a long description or a show, but it must remain some kind of small, unwearable container.
It currently contains 9 labels out of a maximum of 20.
Certain merchants may be able to deepen this item to hold more labels.
This box is unlocked; it will automatically unlock your label when you pull them out. Additionally, this box supports TILT, TOUCH, and KNOCK.

You get no sense of whether or not the box may be further lightened.

On the middle oak shelf you see a crisp pale paper envelope, a faded gold parchment envelope, a brass-edged dark leather portfolio, a thick black parchment folio and a slim pale leather portfolio.

a crisp pale paper envelope

Scripted item label holder

50k
a faded gold parchment envelope

Scripted item label holder

50k
a brass-edged dark leather portfolio

Scripted item label holder

50k
a thick black parchment folio

Scripted item label holder

50k
a slim pale leather portfolio

Scripted item label holder

50k
Item Label Information
Labels may be written on and attached to weapons, shields, armor, enhancives, most magic items, clothing and containers. Any text may be written on the label, and no guarantee is made whether it is true. The GM who created the labels, Jainna, has mentioned that OOC or inappropriate text might want to be avoided. When applied, the label’s text will be visible when the item it’s attached to is read. Labels cannot be manipulated or changed once applied, but they can be removed using the solvent also sold in the shop. New labels can also be added, replacing the old one.
Adding the label will not take the place of loresong information in the playershops. It will, however, replace existing text on an item such as a weapon name. The name could be appended to the label text, but there is a character limit to what can be added to the labels. Placing a label on an item appears not to affect any scripts that might already be present.
In writing the text on the labels, there does not appear to be a mechanic that supports writing in different languages. Nor does there appear to be a way to insert a line break. The label can be CLEANed to remove the text if it has not yet been applied to another item. Any item with the noun of 'quill' or 'stylus' can be used to write the text on the label.
Labels of a single type can be put inside a label box. When placed inside, the labels combine with the box to be considered one item altogether by the game, making it easier to avoid the 500 item inventory limit. Boxes initially hold only 10 labels, but skilled merchants can deepen them to hold more. Some raffled boxes had a maximum of 200, while the normal maximum is 100. Boxes can also be unlocked such that labels put inside and then removed are likewise unlocked to possess a few more scripts.
Labels, boxes and solvent may all be ANALYZEd for more information on usage, doses of solvent, alteration restrictions, unlocking status, label box capacity and so on.
Label Usage
>glance

You glance down to see a compact mistwood box in your right hand and nothing in your left hand.

>tilt my box

You lift your mistwood box up to your ear and shake it back and forth. A satifying shuffling sound resounds in your ear. You still have a bunch of labels left!

>touch my box

You run your hands over the surface of your box, thoroughly checking for any imperfections.

>knock my box

You tap on your mistwood box in a staccato rhythm, casually glancing about the area.

>look in my box

There is a single label inside the mistwood box. It can hold a total of 20 and currently contains the style: "a tiny strip of parchment".

>pull my box

You pull a tiny strip of parchment out of your mistwood box. That was the last parchment, your mistwood box is now empty. Time to refill it!

>smell my parch

You bring your parchment to your nose and inhale deeply. Fresh and clean!

>touch my parch

You tap the strip of parchment against your cheek, wondering what to write.

>eat my parch

You quickly pop the strip of parchment into your mouth, chew it up, and swallow it. So much for evidence! (destroys the label)

>put my box in my mantle

>get my quill
>write parchment;Testing!
With quick strokes, you write your message on your strip of parchment with your grey feather quill.

>read parchment

The strip of parchment reads, "Testing!"

>get my dagger

>put my parchment on my dagger
You need to peel the backing off your parchment before you can stick it to something.

>pull my parchment

You tug on the edge of your parchment, removing the paper backing and revealing a sticky layer beneath.

>put my parchment on my dagger

You carefully position the strip of parchment in an appropriate location on your faenor dagger and smooth it into place.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.
There appears to be something written on it.

>read my dagger

A tiny strip of parchment secured around the hilt of the the faenor dagger reads, "Testing!."

>get my solvent

>measure my solvent
You hold your solvent up and swish it gently from side to side. You estimate that you have 4 doses left of the solution.

>smell my solvent

You bring your solvent to your nose and inhale deeply. It smells like harsh chemicals!

>tilt my solvent

You tilt your jar of solvent back and fourth, hearing a faint sloshing sound from within.

>rub my solvent on my dagger

The faenor dagger appears to have a label or writing of some sort. If you’d like to remove it with your clear solvent please try to rub it on again within 30 seconds!

>rub my solvent on my dagger

Using your fingertips, you liberally apply some solvent to your faenor dagger and gently rub away the parchment stuck to its surface.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.

>read my dagger

There is nothing there to read.

Analyze Info, Unlocked and Once Deepened
You analyze your mistwood box and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

The creator has also provided the following information:
This item is a box to store multiple labels.
A merchant can alter this item with a long description or a show, but it must remain some kind of small, unwearable container.
It currently contains 9 labels out of a maximum of 20.
Certain merchants may be able to deepen this item to hold more labels.
This box is unlocked; it will automatically unlock your label when you pull them out. Additionally, this box supports TILT, TOUCH, and KNOCK.

You get no sense of whether or not the box may be further lightened.

On the low oak shelf you see an elaborately etched silver case, a tarnished brass case, a tiny polished platinum case, a small burnished gold case and a slim faenor case.

an elaborately etched silver case

Scripted item label holder

50k
a tarnished brass case

Scripted item label holder

50k
a tiny polished platinum case

Scripted item label holder

50k
a small burnished gold case

Scripted item label holder

50k
a slim faenor case

Scripted item label holder

50k
Item Label Information
Labels may be written on and attached to weapons, shields, armor, enhancives, most magic items, clothing and containers. Any text may be written on the label, and no guarantee is made whether it is true. The GM who created the labels, Jainna, has mentioned that OOC or inappropriate text might want to be avoided. When applied, the label’s text will be visible when the item it’s attached to is read. Labels cannot be manipulated or changed once applied, but they can be removed using the solvent also sold in the shop. New labels can also be added, replacing the old one.
Adding the label will not take the place of loresong information in the playershops. It will, however, replace existing text on an item such as a weapon name. The name could be appended to the label text, but there is a character limit to what can be added to the labels. Placing a label on an item appears not to affect any scripts that might already be present.
In writing the text on the labels, there does not appear to be a mechanic that supports writing in different languages. Nor does there appear to be a way to insert a line break. The label can be CLEANed to remove the text if it has not yet been applied to another item. Any item with the noun of 'quill' or 'stylus' can be used to write the text on the label.
Labels of a single type can be put inside a label box. When placed inside, the labels combine with the box to be considered one item altogether by the game, making it easier to avoid the 500 item inventory limit. Boxes initially hold only 10 labels, but skilled merchants can deepen them to hold more. Some raffled boxes had a maximum of 200, while the normal maximum is 100. Boxes can also be unlocked such that labels put inside and then removed are likewise unlocked to possess a few more scripts.
Labels, boxes and solvent may all be ANALYZEd for more information on usage, doses of solvent, alteration restrictions, unlocking status, label box capacity and so on.
Label Usage
>glance

You glance down to see a compact mistwood box in your right hand and nothing in your left hand.

>tilt my box

You lift your mistwood box up to your ear and shake it back and forth. A satifying shuffling sound resounds in your ear. You still have a bunch of labels left!

>touch my box

You run your hands over the surface of your box, thoroughly checking for any imperfections.

>knock my box

You tap on your mistwood box in a staccato rhythm, casually glancing about the area.

>look in my box

There is a single label inside the mistwood box. It can hold a total of 20 and currently contains the style: "a tiny strip of parchment".

>pull my box

You pull a tiny strip of parchment out of your mistwood box. That was the last parchment, your mistwood box is now empty. Time to refill it!

>smell my parch

You bring your parchment to your nose and inhale deeply. Fresh and clean!

>touch my parch

You tap the strip of parchment against your cheek, wondering what to write.

>eat my parch

You quickly pop the strip of parchment into your mouth, chew it up, and swallow it. So much for evidence! (destroys the label)

>put my box in my mantle

>get my quill
>write parchment;Testing!
With quick strokes, you write your message on your strip of parchment with your grey feather quill.

>read parchment

The strip of parchment reads, "Testing!"

>get my dagger

>put my parchment on my dagger
You need to peel the backing off your parchment before you can stick it to something.

>pull my parchment

You tug on the edge of your parchment, removing the paper backing and revealing a sticky layer beneath.

>put my parchment on my dagger

You carefully position the strip of parchment in an appropriate location on your faenor dagger and smooth it into place.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.
There appears to be something written on it.

>read my dagger

A tiny strip of parchment secured around the hilt of the the faenor dagger reads, "Testing!."

>get my solvent

>measure my solvent
You hold your solvent up and swish it gently from side to side. You estimate that you have 4 doses left of the solution.

>smell my solvent

You bring your solvent to your nose and inhale deeply. It smells like harsh chemicals!

>tilt my solvent

You tilt your jar of solvent back and fourth, hearing a faint sloshing sound from within.

>rub my solvent on my dagger

The faenor dagger appears to have a label or writing of some sort. If you’d like to remove it with your clear solvent please try to rub it on again within 30 seconds!

>rub my solvent on my dagger

Using your fingertips, you liberally apply some solvent to your faenor dagger and gently rub away the parchment stuck to its surface.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.

>read my dagger

There is nothing there to read.

Analyze Info, Unlocked and Once Deepened
You analyze your mistwood box and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

The creator has also provided the following information:
This item is a box to store multiple labels.
A merchant can alter this item with a long description or a show, but it must remain some kind of small, unwearable container.
It currently contains 9 labels out of a maximum of 20.
Certain merchants may be able to deepen this item to hold more labels.
This box is unlocked; it will automatically unlock your label when you pull them out. Additionally, this box supports TILT, TOUCH, and KNOCK.

You get no sense of whether or not the box may be further lightened.

In the tall cabinet you see a jar of clear solvent, a jar of pale blue solvent, a jar of blood red solvent, a jar of opaque black solvent, a jar of sparkly gold solvent, a jar of shiny silver solvent, a jar of rose pink solvent, a jar of gold-flecked solvent, a jar of saffron solvent and a jar of thick solvent.

a jar of clear solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of pale blue solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of blood red solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of opaque black solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of sparkly gold solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of shiny silver solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of rose pink solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of gold-flecked solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of saffron solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
a jar of thick solvent

Scripted item label remover

10k
Item Label Information
Labels may be written on and attached to weapons, shields, armor, enhancives, most magic items, clothing and containers. Any text may be written on the label, and no guarantee is made whether it is true. The GM who created the labels, Jainna, has mentioned that OOC or inappropriate text might want to be avoided. When applied, the label’s text will be visible when the item it’s attached to is read. Labels cannot be manipulated or changed once applied, but they can be removed using the solvent also sold in the shop. New labels can also be added, replacing the old one.
Adding the label will not take the place of loresong information in the playershops. It will, however, replace existing text on an item such as a weapon name. The name could be appended to the label text, but there is a character limit to what can be added to the labels. Placing a label on an item appears not to affect any scripts that might already be present.
In writing the text on the labels, there does not appear to be a mechanic that supports writing in different languages. Nor does there appear to be a way to insert a line break. The label can be CLEANed to remove the text if it has not yet been applied to another item. Any item with the noun of 'quill' or 'stylus' can be used to write the text on the label.
Labels of a single type can be put inside a label box. When placed inside, the labels combine with the box to be considered one item altogether by the game, making it easier to avoid the 500 item inventory limit. Boxes initially hold only 10 labels, but skilled merchants can deepen them to hold more. Some raffled boxes had a maximum of 200, while the normal maximum is 100. Boxes can also be unlocked such that labels put inside and then removed are likewise unlocked to possess a few more scripts.
Labels, boxes and solvent may all be ANALYZEd for more information on usage, doses of solvent, alteration restrictions, unlocking status, label box capacity and so on.
Label Usage
>glance

You glance down to see a compact mistwood box in your right hand and nothing in your left hand.

>tilt my box

You lift your mistwood box up to your ear and shake it back and forth. A satifying shuffling sound resounds in your ear. You still have a bunch of labels left!

>touch my box

You run your hands over the surface of your box, thoroughly checking for any imperfections.

>knock my box

You tap on your mistwood box in a staccato rhythm, casually glancing about the area.

>look in my box

There is a single label inside the mistwood box. It can hold a total of 20 and currently contains the style: "a tiny strip of parchment".

>pull my box

You pull a tiny strip of parchment out of your mistwood box. That was the last parchment, your mistwood box is now empty. Time to refill it!

>smell my parch

You bring your parchment to your nose and inhale deeply. Fresh and clean!

>touch my parch

You tap the strip of parchment against your cheek, wondering what to write.

>eat my parch

You quickly pop the strip of parchment into your mouth, chew it up, and swallow it. So much for evidence! (destroys the label)

>put my box in my mantle

>get my quill
>write parchment;Testing!
With quick strokes, you write your message on your strip of parchment with your grey feather quill.

>read parchment

The strip of parchment reads, "Testing!"

>get my dagger

>put my parchment on my dagger
You need to peel the backing off your parchment before you can stick it to something.

>pull my parchment

You tug on the edge of your parchment, removing the paper backing and revealing a sticky layer beneath.

>put my parchment on my dagger

You carefully position the strip of parchment in an appropriate location on your faenor dagger and smooth it into place.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.
There appears to be something written on it.

>read my dagger

A tiny strip of parchment secured around the hilt of the the faenor dagger reads, "Testing!."

>get my solvent

>measure my solvent
You hold your solvent up and swish it gently from side to side. You estimate that you have 4 doses left of the solution.

>smell my solvent

You bring your solvent to your nose and inhale deeply. It smells like harsh chemicals!

>tilt my solvent

You tilt your jar of solvent back and fourth, hearing a faint sloshing sound from within.

>rub my solvent on my dagger

The faenor dagger appears to have a label or writing of some sort. If you’d like to remove it with your clear solvent please try to rub it on again within 30 seconds!

>rub my solvent on my dagger

Using your fingertips, you liberally apply some solvent to your faenor dagger and gently rub away the parchment stuck to its surface.

>look my dagger

You see nothing unusual, except for a small enchanter’s glyph.

>read my dagger

There is nothing there to read.

Analyze Info
You analyze your clear solvent and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

The creator has also provided the following information:
This is solvent is for removing labels from your gear once applied.
It currently contains 4 doses.
Proper usage is RUB MY solvent ON MY <item>
Additionally, this solvent supports MEASURE, SMELL, and TILT.
A merchant could alter this item, but it must have the noun "solvent."
When a jar of clear solvent is empty, it will be destroyed.

You get no sense of whether or not the solvent may be further lightened.

[The Label Maker, Back Room]
Surrounded by wooden plank walls, this small back room is nearly bare save for a circular wooden table and a plush purple armchair. A worn pale cream carpet covers the wood plank flooring, and the matching walls are interrupted only by a hanging curtain that leads to the front room.
Obvious exits: none

On the wooden table you see a plate of vanilla-frosted cookies, some chocolate blackberry fudge, several bunches of red grapes, a silver carafe of tea, a light brown carafe of coffee, a pitcher of cherry lemonade and a bottle of red wine.

a frosted sugar cookie Taste 1: The paper-thin cookie melts upon the tongue.

Taste 2: The delicately sweet cookie disintegrates upon the tongue in a pleasing fashion.
4 bites

free
some chocolate blackberry fudge Taste 1: As several blackberries burst within your mouth, their juices flood over your tongue, mixing with the fudge's chocolate in a divine blend of flavor.

Taste 2: Delectable dark chocolate fills your mouth, the rich texture infused with small, juicy blackberries.
4 bites

free
a handful of red grapes Taste 1: Each grape bursts with subtle flavor and crisp, juicy texture.

Taste 2: The grapes are perfectly ripe and refreshingly sweet.
6 bites

free
a cup of salted taffy tea Taste 1: The combination of salt, pepper, blackberry, and pine tones are overwhelmed by the sweet, taffy-like flavor of the black tea.

Taste 2: Perhaps due to the the variety of flavors that come together to taste, oddly, like salted taffy, the brew is warm, soothing, and undeniably refreshing.
5 sips

free
a mug of almond coffee Taste 1: Elegant, yet powerful, with an aftertaste of almonds.

Taste 2: A noteworthy nutty flavor suffuses the brew, accenting its natural flavor without detracting from its strength in any way.
5 sips

free
a glass of cherry lemonade Taste 1: The initial bite of tart lemons is undercut by the intense sweetness of ripe black cherries, fusing the mixture into a smooth, thirst-quenching beverage.

Taste 2: The natural sweetness of black cherries blends seamlessly with the sugary base of lemonade to create a layered, refreshing flavor.
5 sips

free
a glass of dark red wine Taste 1: With white pepper, cloves, and blackberry, it is zippy on the tongue.

Taste 2: There are deep, dark berry aromas with moderate spice, entwined with subtle oak.
5 sips

free

The Meat Wagon[]

Alley, map room 4
Lich room 19351
a large ham-painted wagon topped with a miniature brick chimney

[The Meat Wagon]
Dry-cured hams hang from the ceiling of the wagon on numerous steel hooks. A multitude of splatters and stains cover the thick tanik planking of the wagon's floor. Sharpened imflass knives are mounted on the wall in a row of ascending sizes. A large stove is positioned directly under a hole in the roof of the wagon. You also see a glass and red tanik counter with some stuff on it, a glass-topped jewelry case and a long tanik armor rack with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: out

On the red tanik counter you see a piece of rolton jerky, a piece of grilled steak, a chunk of pepper-crusted rolton, a slice of grilled ham and a stick of spice-rubbed jerky.

a piece of rolton jerky 100
a piece of grilled steak 100
a chunk of pepper-crusted rolton 100
a slice of grilled ham 100
a stick of spice-rubbed jerky 100

In the jewelry case you see a gold-swirled mithglin salmon amulet, a plump vultite sheep medallion, a red-crested imflass chicken medallion, a black mithril cow pendant, a small golden pig pendant, a clove-studded mithril ham brooch, a thick oak drumstick charm, a charred tanik steak brooch and a ruddy mithril bacon bracelet.

a gold-swirled pink mithglin salmon amulet

Scripted

5k
a plump white vultite sheep medallion

Possibly scripted

5k
a red--crested mottled imflass chicken medallion

Possibly scripted

5k
a black and white mithril cow pendant

Possibly scripted

5k
a small golden pig pendant

Possibly scripted

5k
a clove-studded mithril ham brooch

Show: The brooch bears a small circular slot which looks like it would fit a gold ring.
Scripted gold ring holder

50k
a thick white oak drumstick charm

Show: The charm bears a small circular slot which looks like it would fit a gold ring.
Scripted gold ring holder

50k
a charred tanik steak brooch inlaid with silver grill marks

Show: The brooch bears a small circular slot which looks like it would fit a gold ring.
Scripted gold ring holder

50k
a ruddy mithril bacon strip bracelet

Show: The bracelet bears a small circular slot which looks like it would fit a gold ring.
Scripted gold ring holder

50k
Salmon Amulet Scripts
Rub: You rub your mithglin salmon amulet, causing it to release the scent of freshly cooked fish into the air.
Smell: You detect the scent of freshly cooked fish around the mithglin salmon amulet.

On the tanik armor rack you see a thin ora parma, a mithglin aegis, a mithril buckler, a mithril and red vultite pavis, a ham-shaped brown imflass helmet, a pair of mithril bracers, a pair of mithril leg greaves and a charred steak-shaped greatshield.

a thin ora parma studded with mithril cloves shoulderworn medium shield enchanter's glyph 38k
a mithglin aegis emblazoned with crossed baon strips shoulderworn large shield enchanter's glyph 42.5k
a mithril buckler emblazoned with crossed drumsticks shoulderworn small shield enchanter's glyph 47.5k
a mithril and red vultite pavis shaped like a rack of ribs shoulderworn tower shield no glyph 38.5k
a ham-shaped brown imflass helmet studded with mithril cloves headworn head and neck armor no glyph 17k
a pair of mithril bracers set with brown jade turkey feathers armworn arm armor no glyph 1.8k
a pair of drumstick-shaped mithril leg greaves around the legs leg armor no glyph 1.8k
a charred steak-shaped orase greatshield shoulderworn tower shield no glyph 31k

The Mirage[]

Pelican Lane, map room 10
Lich room 19352
a tall cloth-of-gold tent

[The Mirage]
Wispy strands of cloth-of-gold drape from the ceiling in a twisting pattern across the tent, the delicate threading glittering in the dim light. A long tray of hammered copper stands to one side, while a black walnut sidebar curves opposite the room with the natural contour of the canvas tent. A linen curtain hangs at the back of the area, while a tent flap leads outward.
Obvious exits: none

On the long tray you see a mug of pure black coffee, a cup of cocoa-swirled coffee and a cup of cream-topped coffee.

a mug of pure black coffee Taste 1: Dark, powerful, and confident, but of so high a quality that it is not truly bitter.

Taste 2: Smooth, savory, and robustly invigorating.
5 sips

free
a cup of cocoa-swirled coffee topped with a dash of brown cinnamon Taste 1: A dusting of cinnamon accents the lush mingling of chocolate and coffee.

Taste 2: A bit of foam clings to your upper lip after you savor the rich mocha flavor.
5 sips

free
a cup of cream-topped coffee topped with cocoa sprinkles Taste 1: The coffee's true flavor is weakened by the cream into a smooth, eminently drinkable blend.

Taste 2: Rich, sweet cream mellows the flavor of the strong coffee.
5 sips

free

On the black walnut sidebar you see a bottle of cocoa cherry wine, a bottle of black cherry wine, a bottle of white grape wine, a bottle of crystal clear wine, a bottle of dark moon-sheen wine and a bottle of starlight wine.

a bottle of cocoa cherry wine 18k
a bottle of black cherry wine 200
a bottle of white grape wine 200
a bottle of crystal clear wine 200
a bottle of dark moon-sheen wine 18k
a bottle of starlight wine 200

[The Mirage, Backroom]
Divided from the remainder of the tent by a black linen curtain, this area appears to be a small quarters for the owner. A canvas cot rests against the back wall next to a squat oak side table. Several hooks hang from the canvas walls, one dangling a dim lantern.
Obvious exits: none

On the oak side table you see an ornate gold-veined jewelry box.

In the gold-veined box you see a heavy quartz band, a ruby-veined thick glaes band, a slender clear crystal ring, a thick black glaes band, a twisted dark faenor band and an interwoven glaes and ora ring.

a heavy quartz band fingerworn no pockets functional 28k
a ruby-veined thick glaes band fingerworn no pockets functional 47k
a slender clear crystal ring fingerworn no pockets functional 23k
a thick black glaes band fingerworn no pockets functional 17.5k
a twisted dark faenor band fingerworn no pockets functional 14k
an interwoven glaes and ora ring fingerworn no pockets functional 25k

Mist Harbor Steins[]

Sea Turtle Lane, map room 6
Lich room 19356
a crimson silk tent stamped with a frothy stein

[Mist Harbor Steins, North]
Dark crimson silk walls surround this small room that smells of hops and barley. Large wooden kegs rest on the hard-packed dirt floor, each with a name imprinted on the curved sides. A bottle of the contents rest on top of each barrel, and small cups of samples sit on a long oak table near the front. Several more bottles peek out from inside a rhimar-lined oak chest on the floor near the back wall, while an opening leads further into the tent.
Obvious exits: south, out

You see several wooden kegs. Looking at the kegs, you see a bronze-banded mahogany keg, a steel-banded ebonwood keg, a steel-banded ironwood keg, an iron-banded oak keg and an iron-banded mistwood keg.

On the mahogany keg you see a bottle of cloudy amber mead.

In the Common language, it reads:

Monsoon Mead
a bottle of cloudy amber mead 2k

On the ebonwood keg you see a bottle of thick dark beer.

In the Common language, it reads:

Island Ale
a bottle of thick dark beer 2k

On the ironwood keg you see a bottle of herbal pale ale.

In the Common language, it reads:

Garden's Grove Pale Ale
a bottle of herbal pale ale 2k

On the oak keg you see a bottle of bubbly pumpkin ale.

In the Common language, it reads:

Harbor Pumpkin
a bottle of bubbly pumpkin ale 2k

On the mistwood keg you see a bottle of golden wheat ale.

In the Common language, it reads:

Mist Harbor Wheat
a bottle of golden wheat ale 2k

On the oak table you see a small cup of bubbly pumpkin ale, a small cup of golden wheat ale, a small cup of dark chocolate beer, a small cup of pale citrus lager, a small cup of dark coffee stout, a small cup of cloudy amber mead, a small cup of herbal pale ale, a small cup of apple mead, a small cup of bitter pale lager and a small cup of thick dark beer.

a small cup of bubbly pumpkin ale Taste 1: Thick and rich, the ale pours over your tongue, leaving behind the faintly sweet aftertaste of pumpkin and spices.

Taste 2: The bubbly ale fizzes on the way down, infusing your mouth with the mingled flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon, and cloves.
2 sips

free
a small cup of golden wheat ale Taste 1: The full flavor of mild hops and lemon peel linger on the palate long after you have swallowed the ale.

Taste 2: A nice balance of malt and hops greets your palate. Tangy and sweet with a crisp citrus appeal, the spice hits your tongue first, followed by honey and cloves.
2 sips

free
a small cup of dark chocolate beer Taste 1: The taste is smooth and full, with hints of chocolate.

Taste 2: It tastes of caramel and roasted malt.
2 sips

free
a small cup of pale citrus lager Taste 1: The translucent blonde lager is unmistakably dry with a clean finish.

Taste 2: A twist of lime adds an acidic note of citrus to the refreshing brew.
2 sips

free
a small cup of dark coffee stout Taste 1: The thick, overly sweet taste of the stout leaves a faint lingering bitter aftertaste.

Taste 2: A coffee-like aroma accompanies the sweet taste of this drink.
2 sips

free
a small cup of cloudy amber mead Taste 1: The drink has a musty, peaty flavor reminiscent of dark places in swamps where few dare to tread.

Taste 2: A faint floral scent lingers above the drink's surface, and deep notes of wet earth fill its aftertaste.
2 sips

free
a small cup of herbal pale ale Taste 1: As the soft sweetness of elderberries caresses your palate, you catch a hint of faewood smoke underneath it. The scent of fresh cut rose breezes through your nose as a warm feeling fills your body from the inside.

Taste 2: The wash of rose dances neatly over your tongue. As the scent of an aged faewood tree tickles your nose, the subtle sense of wild woods and cool waters washes over you.
2 sips

free
a small cup of apple mead Taste 1: Full bodied and tanic, the mead leaves a taste of apple and molases-like caramel upon your tongue.

Taste 2: Tart apple flavors break through the heady foam of the smooth, sweet mead.
2 sips

free
a small cup of bitter pale lager Taste 1: The sourness of the beer makes you pucker up a bit at the strong bitter taste.

Taste 2: The thin beer is dry-tasting with a strong bittery taste.
2 sips

free
a small cup of thick dark beer Taste 1: You blink involuntarily at the blast of intense flavors and alcohol.

Taste 2: An initial explosion of roast malt bitterness settles into sweetness.
2 sips

free

In the oak chest you see a bottle of dark chocolate beer, a bottle of bitter pale lager, a bottle of apple mead, a bottle of dark coffee stout and a bottle of pale citrus lager.

a bottle of dark chocolate beer 2k
a bottle of bitter pale lager 2k
a bottle of apple mead 2k
a bottle of dark coffee stout 2k
a bottle of pale citrus lager 2k

[Mist Harbor Steins, South]
This room is dominated by a set of oak shelves that resides along the back wall. All manner of drinking vessels clutter the oak surfaces. The hard-packed dirt floor sports several torches set on sticks that jut up and illuminate the room. Small windows on both the eastern and western crimson silk walls allow air flow and cause the torches to flicker occasionally. An opening in the northern wall leads to the front of the tent.
Obvious exits: north

You see a set of oak shelves. Looking at the shelves, you see a low oak shelf, a middle oak shelf and a high oak shelf.

On the low oak shelf you see a tall scenic white porcelain stein, a pewter-based shipwrecked stein, a jewel-inlaid silver stein, a wooden coconut-shaped stein, a driftwood lighthouse stein and a scrimshaw stein.

a tall scenic white porcelain stein

Show: Cast in off-white porcelain with a shiny glazed finish, this tall and weighty commemorative stein features three low-relief scenes from around the archipelago of Four Winds. Captured in glossy green and dull brown pigments are seven tall and sprawling banyan trees draped with liana vines. Offsetting this striking central illustration is a lazy meandering blue river speckled with creamy lilies and purple water hyacinth on one side and the image of jagged grey rocks in turbulent whirlpools on the other.

15k
a pewter-based shipwrecked stein

Show: Rippled walls of tinted blue glass etched with various forms of sea life swim above the wreckage of a ship cast in pewter. The mast, twisted and broken, forms the handle.

15k
a jewel-inlaid silver stein

Show: Crafted from fine silver, the stein exhibits exquisite craftsmanship throughout and is polished to a sleek mirror finish. Dazzling saewehna jewels, cut into the shapes of their namesake hummingbirds, butterflies, fireflies, and dragonflies, are nestled amidst the exotic flowers that are etched along the sides. The slanted base is inlaid with overlapping blue green lagoon opals, silvery blue Alhan'aht rivertears, and carved silver seashells in a pattern reminiscent of gentle waves by the beach.

15k
a wooden coconut-shaped stein

Show: Carved from mistwood and stained a dark sable, this squat stein resembles a hollow coconut shell. A hinged pewter lid stacked with colorful fruit-shaped sea glass covers the mouth of this vessel, and a red cherry is balanced on top. Matching curved pewter handles have been affixed to either side. Elaborately scripted writing has been burned into the base.
There appears to be something written on it.

15k
a driftwood lighthouse stein

Show: A bar of yellow sea glass bursts from the carved lens on the stein to form the upper portion of the handle, meeting the remains of the dune-carved handle. Bleached from sun and smoothed from the pounding of the surf, only faint carvings in the driftwood illustrate the balcony and seams between the planks of the lighthouse. A cast pelican forms the lever on the pewter dome that doubles as the lid.

15k
a scrimshaw stein

Show: Crafted from a single large piece of ivory and carved into the shape of a stein, the craftsmanship of the piece is flawless. Adorning the entire exterior of the stein is an etched myriad of scenes, from great ships amidst crashing waves to the deepest creature-filled jungle. The face of Mist Harbor and her environs stretch across the surface of the stein.

15k

On the middle oak shelf you see a gem-inlaid mosaic stein, a stylized carved bamboo stein, a stoneware pewter-lidded stein, a bird-painted white porcelain stein, a lacquered carved cocobolo stein, a porcelain town crier stein, a frosted glass stein and a carved ivory stein.

a gem-inlaid mosaic stein

Show: Painted in emerald greens and blues, the earthenware stein has been etched across the circumference with a myriad of tiny fish, each inlaid with a polished sliver of diamond, mother-of-pearl, jasper, or serpentine. The overall effect is an abstract mosaic pattern of colored gems that glitter in the ambient light.

15k
a stylized carved bamboo stein

Show: Dominating the stein is a scene of people paddling small boats around reefs, inlets, islets and various rocks. A few of them appear to have given up padding and are depicted attempting to capture a gathering of butterflies with nets and jars. The diverse insects are all painted in bright colors. The serpentine handle is a stylized butterfly with folded wings with Alhan'aht rivertear-inset, teardrop-shaped markings that resemble gentle waves. On the base of the vessel are a few boldly etched words.
There appears to be something written on it.

15k
a stoneware pewter-lidded stein

Show: The natural color of the pale, flecked stoneware has been coated with a heavy glaze. Clay rock-like protrusions, painted in stormy grey, give depth and texture to the base. One red-framed window is artfully painted below panoramic blue-tinted glass which encircles the top, giving the mug an overall look akin to a lighthouse. The pewter lid is shaped in the design of overlapping shingles and the curved handle depicted by a stylized ribbon-bound scroll.

15k
a bird-painted white porcelain stein

Show: This slender white porcelain stein features a front panel depicting a driftwood bowl overflowing with birdseed and surrounded by an array of brightly colored birds. Images of glossy black toucans with vivid orange beaks are juxtaposed with emerald green parrots and brilliant white seagulls, all vying for attention with tiny scarlet tanagers and ruby-throated hummingbirds. A solid pewter base has been added for stability.
There appears to be something written on it.

15k
a lacquered carved cocobolo stein

Show: Seamlessly crafted from a single chunk of fine-grained cocobolo wood, the stein is lacquered to a rich, glossy finish. Winding liana vines and intertwining stalks of draping ivory lilies are carved along the sturdy handle, while a profusion of delicately carved hibiscus and plumeria blossoms adorns the slanted base. Painted colorful macaws are nestled amidst the verdant leafy palm fronds that encircle the sides of the stein, while the darker hue of the interior is reminiscent of the lagoon's depths.

15k
a porcelain town crier stein

Show: The stein's tapered porcelain body has been modeled on the plump town crier of Mist Harbor. The figure has been hand-painted with a cobalt relief with vibrant colors used to depict ornate regalia, beneath a crisp white tunic. A bell protrudes from detailed plump fingers and various shops have been painted in the background. Intricate gold banding twists around an ornate handle. An engraved silver lid and finial forms the top of the stein, with a flattened silver thumblift.

15k
a frosted glass stein

Show: The round bodied stein is constructed from opaque glass tapering to a gold-trimmed rim. The front and side panels are engraved with the image of a boating dock. Translucent green coloring is used to depict figures within pedal boats and distant islands. An angular handle of smooth glass protrudes from the stein's side. A silver lid is adorned with an island motif in relief and embedded with a twisted blue waterweb.

15k
a carved ivory stein

Show: Carved along the stein's ivory circumference is an intricate scene of the Alhan'aht River surrounded by various jungles. The river itself is comprised of blue sapphire dust and remains the focal point of the design as it winds around the stein. Tinted in different shades of green, the jungles along the river bank create an uneven texture. The words "Wild Beauty" are engraved in common along the handle and are surrounded by stylized vines that continue along the top and bottom edges of the piece.

15k

On the high oak shelf you see a wide-based ceramic stein, an ocean blue ceramic stein, a small pewter stein, a bulbous black ceramic stein, a narrow dark pewter stein and a carved driftwood stein.

a wide-based ceramic stein enameled with the image of Vahmyr 15k
an ocean blue ceramic stein with waves etched into its lid 15k
a small pewter stein etched with a harbor and waterway map 15k
a bulbous black ceramic stein with a toucan's beak-hued lid 15k
a narrow dark pewter stein with a treetop-shaped emerald lid 15k
a carved driftwood stein inlaid with colorful gem gumdrops 15k

Mystery Meats[]

Cormorant Lane, map room 14
Lich room 19374
a stark white canopy hung with banners embroidered with images of meat

[Mystery Meats]
Several large animal carcasses have been hung from the rafters to facilitate the curing process. Along a wooden counter, skilled butchers scurry about quickly, filling orders for customers. A glass case displays a delectable selection of meats, while a nearby cabinet houses items requisite for the burgeononing butcher. You also see a large printed sign and an enormous steel meat grinder.
Obvious exits: out

In the oak cabinet you see a pristine white cotton apron, a pair of fine chain mesh gloves, a maple-handled butcher's cleaver and a walnut-hilted butcher knife.

a pristine white cotton apron frontworn very small several very small items functional 1k
a pair of fine chain mesh gloves handworn no pockets 10
a maple-handled butcher's cleaver edged handaxe no glyph 45k
a walnut-hilted butcher knife edged dagger no glyph 7.7k

In the Common language, it reads:

Meet Bertha, our beloved big order meat grinder. For this festival only, you can try your hand at operating Bertha! We've ground many different meats using this old girl. If you're brave, maybe you'll find something interesting left inside the ole meat grinder. ONE PER CUSTOMER.
*** Use at your own risk ***

Grinder: Made from once shiny steel, meat grinder has seen better days. Incredibly large, the contraption appears spacious enough to fit a small rolton in easily and requires at least two people to operate. A makeshift set of wooden steps has been set along side the grinder to allow access to the funnel. Within its darkened depths, you can make out bits of partially ground meat.

Get grinder: Feeling either incredibly brave or stupid, you scale the makeshift steps and plunge your entire arm into the steel meat grinder. You can feel the sharpness of the blades within, and before any harm befalls your hand, you grab onto something and pull out some raw mutton cubes!
Type of meat received is random and appears to be imbedded with spells


Nibbles and Bits[]

Dolphin Lane, map room 12
Lich room 19373
a massive mahogany wagon with gold-painted feather accents

[Nibbles and Bits]
The interior of the wagon is very spacious, its high ceilings offering enough head room for even the tallest of giantkin, and it is filled with the warm aromas of cedar and lamp oil. Just to one side of the door leading out is a row of wooden pegs supporting a variety of wares, and underneath is a large iron-bound bucket of water. A handwoven cotton rug in a myriad of vibrant jewel tones occupies the center of this area, and a square cloth-draped table sits squarely in its center. You also see a dark ivory parchment sign.
Obvious exits: north

In the Common language, it reads:

Welcome to Nibbles and Bits!
Specializing in foods and accessories for your companions, we have something for everyone! We also offer several storage options for your supplies.
Help yourself to the water in the bucket.
No, not YOU. Your pet!

Water: This water is cool and clear, except for a few tufts of fur that are floating on its surface.

On the wooden pegs you see a paw-embossed white feed satchel, a copper-edged russet feed satchel, a gold-clasped peach-hued feed satchel, a feathered grey suede feed satchel, a stiff leather feed sack, a supple ebon suede feed sack, a bell-trimmed tan linen feed sack and a lined crimson silk feed sack.

a paw-embossed white feed satchel shoulderworn large any number functional 10k
a copper-edged russet feed satchel shoulderworn large any number functional 10k
a gold-clasped peach-hued feed satchel shoulderworn large any number functional 10k
a feathered grey suede feed satchel shoulderworn large any number functional 10k
a stiff leather feed sack beltworn medium any number functional 7.5k
a supple ebon suede feed sack beltworn medium any number functional 7.5k
a bell-trimmed tan linen feed sack beltworn medium any number functional 7.5k
a lined crimson silk feed sack beltworn medium any number functional 7.5k

On the cloth-draped table you see a bone-shaped waxed ivory bag, a cat-printed waxed gold bag, a slender waxed purple bag, a handled waxed parchment bag, a waxed cyan fish parchment envelope, a waxed pink hibiscus-shaped envelope, a waxed blue parchment envelope, a waxed red paw print-stamped envelope, a silvery blue-violet jar, a red-whorled saffron glass jar, an opaque pea green glass jar and a bright turquoise glass jar.

a bone-shaped waxed ivory bag not worn small any number 150
a cat-printed waxed gold bag not worn small any number 150
a slender waxed purple bag not worn small any number 150
a handled waxed parchment bag not worn small any number 150
a waxed cyan fish parchment envelope not worn small several items 100
a waxed pink hibiscus-shaped envelope not worn small several items 100
a waxed blue parchment envelope not worn small several items 100
a waxed red paw print-stamped envelope not worn small several items 100
a silvery blue-violet jar not worn medium any number 1k
a red-whorled saffron glass jar not worn medium any number 1k
an opaque pea green glass jar not worn medium any number 1k
a bright turquoise glass jar not worn medium any number 1k

[Nibbles and Bits]
An ice-filled glass display case dominates the center of this portion of the wagon, and a wide steel tub sits beneath it to catch any water that drips from above. Overhead, green-shaded lanterns hang from the support beams, their evergreen-scented oil adding a rustic feel to the surroundings. Along one wall is a tall counter with an icy clear glass bowl beside a set of wide-mouthed jars, and at the end of the counter is a long shallow crate.
Obvious exits: north, south

In the glass display case you see a scaled rainbow trout, a slick whiskered catfish, a small copper-bellied brim, a sallow pinkish salmon, a hunk of raw elk liver, a whole raw goat heart, some hunks of raw rolton meat and a strip of raw gak meat.

a scaled rainbow trout 500
a slick whiskered catfish 500
a small copper-bellied brim 500
a sallow pinkish salmon 500
a hunk of raw elk liver 500
a whole raw goat heart 500
some hunks of raw rolton meat 500
a strip of raw gak meat 500

In the clear glass bowl you see a wedge of green pear, some thin rounds of red apple, a wedge of leafy green lettuce, a bright orange miniature carrot, some thick slices of coconut, a pitted nectarine half and a few cubes of honeydew.

a wedge of green pear 200
some thin rounds of red apple 200
a wedge of leafy green lettuce 200
a bright orange miniature carrot 200
some thick slices of coconut 200
a pitted nectarine half 200
a few cubes of honeydew 200

In the wide-mouthed jars you see a handful of raw peanuts, a handful of shelled pecans, a few large raw hazelnuts and a few shelled raw acorns.

a handful of raw peanuts 200
a handful of shelled pecans 200
a few large raw hazelnuts 200
a few shelled raw acorns 200

In the shallow crate you see a dead plump brown mouse, a dead mottled brown hare, a dead tiny black mole and a fuzzy speckled caterpillar.

a dead plump brown mouse 500
a dead mottled brown hare 500
a dead tiny black mole 500
a fuzzy speckled caterpillar 500

[Nibbles and Bits]
The interior of the wagon narrows slightly as the ceiling slopes downward, creating a small, but comfortable space at this end of the wagon. On the back wall is a long cot made of sturdy wood, and the green leather journal sitting on a small nearby table indicates that this is perhaps the owner's personal area. At the foot of the cot, hanging on the wall, is a three-tiered wooden shelf with a carefully scripted sign tacked on the front.
Obvious exits: south

Journal: The front of the journal is embossed with a series of flowering vines, and the pages within the volume are a pale ivory. Script in dark green ink lines the pages, filling perhaps half of the book. While not all of the handwriting is legible, it is possible to make out a few of the words beneath a sketch of a large mastiff. The words seem to read: "Heavy," "big feet," and "slobbery."

In the Common language, it reads:

Companion Accessories!
Bands - wearable for all, all feet
Band - wearable for all, one foot
Jess - avians only, one foot
Spurs - avians only, both feet
Anklet - avians only, one foot
Paw-wraps - all except avians, all feet
Collar - all except avians
Strips - wearable for all, all feet

On the wooden shelf you see a miniature azure-belled anklet, a small silver-belled anklet, a soft black suede jess, a sturdy sepia leather jess, a delicate vaalin band, a hammered rose gold band, a set of thin cinereous silk paw-wraps, some padded dark leather paw-wraps, a fern-incised green leather collar, a wide-linked delicate faenor collar, some flowery strips of peach satin, some fraying strips of umber silk, a set of wide ivory muslin bands, some twisted multi-hued silk bands, some primitive obsidian spurs and some barbed vaalorn spurs.

a miniature azure-belled anklet

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by avians on one foot

15k
a small silver-belled anklet

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by avians on one foot

15k
a soft black suede jess

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by avians on one foot

15k
a sturdy sepia leather jess

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by avians on one foot

15k
a delicate vaalin band

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all types on one foot

15k
a hammered rose gold band

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all types on one foot

15k
a set of thin cinereous silk paw-wraps

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all except avians on all feet

15k
some padded dark leather paw-wraps

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all except avians on all feet

15k
a fern-incised green leather collar

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all except avians

15k
a wide-linked delicate faenor collar

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all except avians

15k
some flowery strips of peach satin

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all types on all feet

15k
some fraying strips of umber silk

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all types on all feet

15k
a set of wide ivory muslin bands

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all types on all feet

15k
some twisted multi-hued silk bands

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by all types on all feet

15k
some primitive obsidian spurs

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by avians on both feet

15k
some barbed vaalorn spurs

Accessory for ranger companions
Wearable by avians on both feet

15k

Perk Up[]

Sea Turtle Lane, map room 5
Lich room 19354
a large green pavilion

[Perk Up, Odds and Ends]
The sweet and nutty fragrance of freshly roasted coffee beans emanates from a hot oven, which exudes a trickle of smoke that rises to the high-peaked ceiling of the green-walled pavillion. A silver rack stands beside the entrance, directly across from a thick green velvet partition. Chevron-patterned runners lead through towering crates of tea and coffee.
Obvious exits: east, northwest, out

On the silver rack you see a small pewter spoon, a large white porcelain mug and a burnished pewter mug.

a small pewter spoon

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
a large white porcelain mug 1k
a burnished pewter mug 1k

[Perk Up, Tea]
Scattered candles cast a subdued glow over the large assortment of tea-related goods in this room. Various brightly colored bottles fill the various carved narrow haon shelves set along the rear wall of the shop. Beneath the shelves, an inclined tea leaf case boasts a neat arrangement of teas in an assortment of containers.
Obvious exits: southeast

On the narrow haon shelves you see a sugar cube, a slice of lemon, a bottle of blackberry syrup, a bottle of cherry syrup, a bottle of raspberry syrup and a bottle of honey.

a sugar cube

Brewed tea flavoring, single use

50
a slice of lemon

Brewed tea flavoring, single use

50
a bottle of blackberry syrup

Brewed tea flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a bottle of cherry syrup

Brewed tea flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a bottle of raspberry syrup

Brewed tea flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a bottle of honey

Brewed tea flavoring, multiple uses

10k

In the tea leaf case you see a jar section, a packet section and a tin section.

In the jar section you see a lemon slice-etched jar, a peppermint sprig-etched jar, a raspberry-motif jar, a blackberry cluster-etched jar, a peach-etched jar, an orange-etched jar and an apple-etched jar.

a lemon slice-etched jar

Read: A small label on the slice-etched jar reads, "Lemon Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k
a peppermint sprig-etched jar

Read: A small label on the sprig-etched jar reads, "Peppermint Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k
a raspberry-motif jar

Read: A small label on the raspberry-motif jar reads, "Raspberry Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k
a blackberry cluster-etched jar

Read: A small label on the cluster-etched jar reads, "Blackberry Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k
a peach etched-jar

Read: A small label on the peach-etched jar reads, "Peach Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k
an orange-etched jar

Read: A small label on the orange-etched jar reads, "Orange Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k
an apple-etched jar

Read: A small label on the apple-etched jar reads, "Apple Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, most uses

20k

In the packet section you see a pale yellow paper packet, a white parchment packet, a magenta paper packet, a black parchment packet, a peach parchment packet, an orange paper packet and a red parchment packet.

a pale yellow paper packet

Read: A small label on the yellow paper packet reads, "Lemon Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200
a white parchment packet

Read: A small label on the white parchment packet reads, "Peppermint Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200
a magenta paper packet

Read: A small label on the magenta paper packet reads, "Raspberry Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200
a black parchment packet

Read: A small label on the black parchment packet reads, "Blackberry Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200
a peach parchment packet

Read: A small label on the peach parchment packet reads, "Peach Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200
an orange paper packet

Read: A small label on the orange paper packet reads, "Orange Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200
a red parchment packet

Read: A small label on the red parchment packet reads, "Apple Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, 1 use

200

In the tin section you see a lemon slice-embossed tin, a peppermint sprig-embossed tin, a raspberry-motif tin, a blackberry cluster-stamped tin, a peach-embossed tin, an orange-embossed tin and an apple-embossed tin.

a lemon slice-embossed tin

Read: A small label on the slice-embossed tin reads, "Lemon Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a peppermint sprig-embossed tin

Read: A small label on the sprig-embossed tin reads, "Peppermint Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a raspberry-motif tin

Read: A small label on the raspberry-motif tin reads, "Raspberry Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a blackberry cluster-stamped tin

Read: A small label on the cluster-stamped tin reads, "Blackberry Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a peach-embossed tin

Read: A small label on the peach-embossed tin reads, "Peach Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
an orange-embossed tin

Read: A small label on the orange-embossed tin reads, "Orange Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
an apple-embossed tin

Read: A small label on the apple-embossed tin reads, "Apple Tea"
Contains tea leaves for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k

[Perk Up, Coffee]
A portion of the far wall is interrupted by a window flap that has been rolled up and secured by small haon buttons to let the moonlight through. Several plush chairs encircle a small carved haon table just beneath the window. On the south wall stands a series of narrow haon shelves, filled with various blends of ground coffee.
Obvious exits: west

On the carved haon table you see a glass coffee press, a bottle of fresh cream, a bottle of hazelnut syrup, a small bottle of whiskey, a bottle of coffee liqueur and a bottle of orange-infused cognac.

a glass coffee press

Used in place of a kettle to brew coffee

50k
a botle of fresh cream

Brewed coffee flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a bottle of hazelnut syrup

Brewed coffee flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a small bottle of whiskey

Brewed coffee flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a bottle of coffee liqueur

Brewed coffee flavoring, multiple uses

10k
a bottle of orange-infused cognac

Brewed coffee flavoring, multiple uses

10k

On the narrow haon shelves you see a jar section, a packet section and a tin section.

In the jar section you see a floral-motif pink glass jar, a tree-painted green glass jar, a toffee-hued jar, a two-toned mottled glass jar, a silver-chased black glass jar, an opaque almond-hued jar, a yellow lemon-painted jar and a squat chestnut-etched jar.

a floral-motif pink glass jar

Read: A small label on the pink glass jar reads, "Herbal Blossom"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
a tree-painted green glass jar

Read: A small label on the green glass jar reads, "Woodland"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
a toffee-hued jar

Read: A small label on the toffee-hued jar reads, "Sweet Caraway"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
a two-toned mottled glass jar

Read: A small label on the mottled glass jar reads, "Four Seasons"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
a silver-chased black glass jar

Read: A small label on the black glass jar reads, "Bittersweet"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
an opaque almond-hued jar

Read: A small label on the almond-hued jar reads, "Almond Dream"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
a yellow lemon-painted jar

Read: A small label on the lemon-painted jar reads, "Spring Lemon"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k
a squat chestnut-etched jar

Read: A small label on the chestnut-etched jar reads, "Chocolate and Chestnut"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, most uses

20k

In the packet section you see a crimped black parchment packet, a floral-motif pink parchment packet, a tree-painted green parchment packet, a crimped toffee-hued packet, a two-toned mottled paper packet, a parchment almond-hued packet, a lemon yellow paper packet and a dark chestnut paper packet.

a crimped black parchment packet

Read: A small label on the parchment packet reads, "Bittersweet"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a floral-motif pink parchment packet

Read: A small label on the pink parchment packet reads, "Herbal Blossom"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a tree-painted green parchment packet

Read: A small label on the green parchment packet reads, "Woodland"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a crimped toffee-hued packet

Read: A small label on the toffee-hued packet reads, "Sweet Caraway"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a two-toned mottled paper packet

Read: A small label on the mottled paper packet reads, "Four Seasons"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a parchment almond-hued packet

Read: A small label on the almond-hued packet reads, "Almond Dream"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a lemon yellow paper packet

Read: A small label on the yellow paper packet reads, "Spring Lemon"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200
a dark chestnut paper packet

Read: A small label on the chestnut paper packet reads, "Chocolate and Chestnut"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, 1 use

200

In the tin section you see a floral-motif pink metal tin, a tree-painted green metal tin, a toffee-hued tin, a painted two-toned metal tin, a black-painted silver steel tin, a white almond-etched tin, a yellow lemon-painted tin and a squat chestnut-etched tin.

a floral-motif pink metal tin

Read: A small label on the pink metal tin reads, "Herbal Blossom"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a tree-painted green metal tin

Read: A small label on the green metal tin reads, "Woodland"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a toffee-hued tin

Read: A small label on the toffee-hued tin reads, "Sweet Caraway"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a painted two-toned metal tin

Read: A small label on the two-toned metal tin reads, "Four Seasons"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a black-painted silver steel tin

Read: A small label on the silver steel tin reads, "Bittersweet"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a white almond-etched tin

Read: A small label on the almond-etched tin reads, "Almond Dream"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a yellow lemon-painted tin

Read: A small label on the lemon-painted tin reads, "Spring Lemon"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k
a squat chestnut-etched tin

Read: A small label on the chestnut-etched tin reads, "Chocolate and Chestnut"
Contains coffee grounds for brewing, medium amount of uses

5k

[Perk Up, Sitting Room]
A grouping of antique modwir rocking chairs form a semi-circle around a small iron stove topped with a hammered copper kettle. Beside the stove but separated by a few feet is a small wicker chest, its lid open to reveal its contents. The heady scent of freshly roasted coffee beans permeates the air, growing stronger with every stir of a thick green velvet partition.
Obvious exits: none

In the wicker chest you see some spring water, a handful of tinder, an exceedingly dry split log and a match.
Supplies for brewing tea or coffee using the stove and kettle in the room

Brewing Tea and Coffee
To brew tea or coffee, you will need a stove, a kettle for tea, a coffee press for coffee, new style water, a split log, tinder, a source of fire, a cup to hold the drink, and either tea leaves or coffee grounds. An infuser or flavorings are helpful, but not necessary.
In addition to Perk Up, Misty's Teas in Western Harbor (Lich room 17595) and Galieca's Teas in Ta'Illistim (Lich room 13228) have rooms with all of the required supplies to brew coffee and tea, including selling flavorings and packets of tea leaves or coffee grounds.
Note that packets, tins and jars may need to be closed and opened again before the tea leaves or coffee grounds will appear in the container.
Example of Brewing Tea
>l in chest

In the wicker chest you see some spring water, a handful of tinder, an exceedingly dry split log and a match.

>get water in chest

You pour yourself some spring water.

>pour water in kettle

You pour all of your spring water into a hammered copper kettle.

>l in kettle

In the copper kettle you see some clear liquid. The kettle is full.

>get my packet

>l in my packet
In the magenta paper packet you see some tea leaves.

>get my leaves

You take some tea leaves from the magenta paper packet.

>put leaves in kettle

You carefully measure a portion of tea leaves and place it into a hammered copper kettle.

>l in kettle

In the copper kettle you see some clear liquid. The kettle is full. You also see some tea leaves.

>stow my packet

>open stove
You should clean out the ashes inside first.

>clean stove

You slide open the grate at the bottom of the iron stove, shake out the ashes inside, and slide the grate closed.

>open stove

You open the grate on the side of the iron stove.

>get log

You select an exceedingly dry split log.

>put log in stove

You place the dry split log inside the iron stove.

>get tinder

You select a handful of tinder.

>put tinder in stove

You place the handful of tinder inside the iron stove.

>get match

You select a match.

>light my match

You light the match by flicking it against your thumb.

>light stove

What will you use to light the iron stove?

>light stove with my match

You place your burning match against the handful of tinder inside the iron stove, and watch as it slowly catches fire.

Tea is now brewing. Look inside the kettle every so often to get a sense of how strong it is. The longer the tea brews, the stronger it will be.
>get my mug

>take kettle
Lifting a hammered copper kettle from a small iron stove, you tip the spout of your kettle over a large white porcelain mug and carefully fill it.

>drink my mug

>drink my mug
>drink my mug
>drink my mug
You take a drink from your white porcelain mug.
The tea is just right.
As you finish your sip, you notice some leavings at the bottom of the mug.
You have one quaff left.

>l in my mug

Gazing down into the nearly empty mug, you notice a single whole leaf floating in the tea. Turning the mug slightly, you see the letter "N" formed by some leavings. Tilting the mug toward you, you make out the image of a Krrska in the leavings.
>l in my mug
You turn the mug and view the leavings inside at a different angle, making out the images of a crescent moon from this point of view.
>l in my mug
You turn the mug and view the leavings inside at a different angle, making out the images of a fork from this point of view.
>l in my mug
You turn the mug in an attempt to discern any other images in the leavings, but fail to notice any other than what you originally saw.

>drink my mug

You take a drink from your white porcelain mug. A roiling mixture of sweet and tart compliment the flavor of this light-bodied tea in a splash of raspberry zest.
The tea is just right.
That was the last drop!

>take kettle

But a hammered copper kettle is empty!

Options and Notes on Brewing Tea and Coffee
When brewing tea or coffee using your own equipment, you'll need to set the kettle on the stove to brew tea. You also remove the kettle from the stove and pour it into the cup, rather than simply taking the kettle with your cup in hand.
The amount of time the tea or coffee is allowed to brew will directly affect the drink's strength. If aiming for tea that is just right, continue checking the kettle until you see a rich golden liquid inside. Wait about 15-30 seconds and then pour into cups.
Infusers can be used when brewing tea, and perhaps coffee. They hold the tea leaves, so that when the infuser is removed from the kettle, the tea leaves are also removed from the water and the tea will not become stronger with time. To use, place the tea leaves in the infuser and place the infuser in the kettle, instead of placing the leaves directly in the kettle. When the tea is at the desired strength, simply remove the infuser.
Water may be poured multiple times in the kettle to fill it up. It need not be completely filled to brew drinks, however.
Casting 903 at the kettle or waving an aquamarine wand will also fill it with water if the room is not a sanctuary.
Stoves accumulate ashes from a previous use and must be cleaned out before they can be used again. Cleaning out the stove sometimes leaves ashes as an object in the room.
Logs and tinder can also be obtained from the charcoal burner at the kobold mine outside the Landing.
Fire spells can also be cast at the stove to light it, if the room is not a sanctuary.
The images seen in tea leaves in the cups are random, and some characters use them as a method of fortunetelling. Some possible images and potential interpretations have been collected by Charna's player and offered here.

Quello's Hard Candies[]

Crane Lane, map room 3
Lich room 19350
a silver-shot crimson tent

[Quello's Hard Candies]
Beneath a low ceiling of patterned silk resides a small circular tent with a circular shelf built around its central pole and a larger display ringing the exterior. A vivid crimson carpet covers the floor of the tent, shot through with glints of gleaming silver that dance in the light of several hanging lanterns. Sharp, fruity scents fill the air, commingling with the odor of lamp oil. You also see a silver-shot crimson tent flap and a circular shelf with some stuff on it.
Obvious paths: none

On the circular shelf you see a piece of sour orange candy, a piece of sour mango candy, a piece of sour raspberry candy, a piece of sour blackberry candy, a piece of sour cherry candy, a piece of sour lime candy, a piece of sour grape candy, a piece of sour lemon candy, a piece of sour apple candy and a piece of sour watermelon candy.

a piece of sour orange candy 100
a piece of sour mango candy 100
a piece of sour raspberry candy 100
a piece of sour blackberry candy 100
a piece of sour cherry candy 100
a piece of sour lime candy 100
a piece of sour grape candy 100
a piece of sour lemon candy 100
a piece of sour apple candy 100
a piece of sour watermelon candy 100

A Small Wooden Kiosk[]

Pelican Lane, map room 9
Lich room 19364
In the open, a small wooden kiosk painted with large misshapen candies

[Eastern Harbor, Pelican Lane]
Flowing between two cottages, the entrance to a small alley is framed by tall lampposts dangling glass and brass lanterns. Soft music and cheery laughter trickles into the street, which is lined with cobbled stones of brilliant white. Standing opposite the alley, a small white-columned store has an elegant sign positioned above its entry that is painted with a bright blue pelican. You also see a small wooden kiosk painted with large misshapen candies with some stuff on it.
Obvious paths: east, west

On the wooden kiosk you see a dark licorice eye, some milk chocolate wisps, some cherry candy flames, an apricot doe-shaped lollipop, a swirled chocolate key, some colorful licorice rings, a golden candy anvil, a fluffy cotton candy heart, a crimson candy lute, a dark chocolate sword, a chocolate covered caramel trident, a fuchsia crescent moon lollipop, a large butterscotch sunburst, a cream-filled chocolate snake and some creamy caramel orbs.

a dark licorice eye spell imbed 10k
some milk chocolate wisps spell imbed 3k
some cherry candy flames spell imbed 8.5k
an apricot doe-shaped lollipop spell imbed 250
a swirled chocolate key spell imbed 4k
some colorful licorice rings spell imbed 5k
a golden candy anvil spell imbed 7k
a fluffy cotton candy heart spell imbed 1.2k
a crimson candy lute spell imbed 4k
a dark chocolate sword spell imbed 11k
a chocolate covered caramel trident spell imbed 4k
a fuchsia crescent lollipop spell imbed 5k
a large butterscotch sunburst spell imbed 6k
a cream-filled chocolate snake spell imbed 6k
some creamy caramel orbs spell imbed 2.5k

The Smoked Cloak[]

Cormorant Lane, map room 14
Lich room 19374
a soot-stained leather tent

[The Smoked Cloak]
Stitched from a light brown-colored cloth, this spacious tent is filled with tables covered with preserved and smoked meats. Opposite the tables, a set of mannequins displays a variety of cloaks. A large sheep's wool rug covers most of the ground, while a smoking oven sits by itself in the corner.
Obvious exits: out

On the wooden tables you see a strip of herb-crusted rolton, a dried and glazed grasshopper, a slice of dried beef jerky, a strip of salted venison, some salted pork strips, a strip of peppered bacon and some smoked fillets of fish.

a strip of herb-crusted rolton 500
a dried and glazed grasshopper 500
a slice of dried beef jerky 500
a strip of salted venison 500
some salted pork strips 500
a strip of peppered bacon 500
some smoked fillets of fish 500

On the mannequins you see a high-collared black leather cloak, a patchwork suede cloak, a soft russet silk cloak, a hooded pale spidersilk cloak, a hooded deep black cloak, a mottled brown leather cloak, a short leather cape, a flowing crimson silk cloak, a fitted leather cloak and a soot-stained grey suede cloak.

a high-collared black leather cloak with bacon-shaped buttons

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a patchwork suede cloak with a bacon-carved ruby clasp

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a soft russet silk cloak with a carved haon chicken leg clasp

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a hooded pale spidersilk cloak with chicken wing-shaped buttons

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a hooded deep black cloak with carved onyx flame-shaped buttons

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a mottled brown leather cloak with a flame-shaped tanik clasp

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a short leather cape with a pig-shaped clasp

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a flowing crimson silk cloak with a steak-shaped clasp

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a fitted leather cloak clasped with a small rib bone

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a soot-stained grey suede cloak with tiny bone buttons

Scripted scented cloak

cloakworn very large any number functional 25k

So Smooth[]

Crane Lane, map room 1
Lich room 19347
a mango silk pavilion

[So Smooth]
Swaths of mango silk form the wide octagon of the pavilion. Along the wispy walls of the room, bejeweled mannequins display tropical wardrobes. In the center of the pavilion, a gilded zebrawood table is nearly engulfed by an ostentatious arrangement of coconut palm leaves, moonflowers, and plumeria. You also see a pale yellow mannequin with some stuff on it, a vibrant blue mannequin with some stuff on it and a bright red mannequin with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: out

On the yellow mannequin you see a pair of ivory silk chopines, an orange silk sundress and a thin yellow gold chain.

a pair of cork-heeled ivory silk chopines footworn no pockets 2k
an orange silk sundress patterned with white tropical blooms chestworn no pockets 2k
a thin yellow gold chain suspending an ivory medallion 1k

On the blue mannequin you see a pair of pale suede sandals, a crimped ecru silk skirt, an off-shoulder teal linen chemise and a lapis tile choker.

a pair of low-heeled pale suede sandals footworn no pockets 2k
a crimped ecru silk skirt legworn no pockets 2k
an off-shoulder teal linen chemise chestworn no pockets 2k
a lapis tile choker spaced by blue seaglass beads 1k

On the red mannequin you see a pair of river reed sandals, a pair of light beige cotton pants and a loose linen shirt.

a pair of sandals woven from dried river reeds footworn no pockets 2k
a pair of light beige cotton pants legworn no pockets 2k
a loose natural linen shirt with wide sleeves chestworn no pockets 2k

The Spice Rack[]

Sandy Peninsula, map room 16
Lich room 19371
a colorfully painted wagon half-enveloped by a black pavilion

[The Spice Rack, Entry]
Silk fabric drapes down over the walls of the wagon, its surface painted with vibrant-hued arabesque designs. Opposite a small table with a white note, a pile of crimson silk cloths is arranged next to a dark porcelain basin. Thick black rugs carpet the floor, save for where several red silk mats are placed in front of a wooden door at the end of the wagon and an arched door along one side. Hanging from the ceiling, pale ivory globes of parchment are lit from within and shed subdued light through the area.
Obvious exits: none

On the porcelain table you see a bowl of vanilla cream soup, a glass of iced goat's milk, a tall glass of chilled coconut milk, a pale white linen towel, a blood red cotton towel, a blue-stitched ebon towel and a white note.

a bowl of vanilla cream soup 250
a glass of iced goat's milk 250
a tall glass of chilled coconut milk 250
a pale white linen towel

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
a blood red cotton towel

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k
a blue-stitched ebon towel

Possibly scripted

not worn no pockets 5k

In the Common language, it reads:

If the heat overcomes you, and the silk cloths provided free of charge are not enough to rub or clean away the signs of strain, these items will help to cool you inside and out.

Clean cloth: Selecting a crimson silk cloth from the pile, you vigorously scrub at your neck and behind your ears with the soft fabric in an attempt to get clean. Once done, you deposit it in a nearby bin.
Rub cloth: Selecting a crimson silk cloth from the pile, you bring the soft fabric to your face and gentle scrub it across your skin in slow circles. Once done, you deposit the cloth into a nearby bin.
Tap cloth: Selecting a crimson silk cloth from the pile, you bring the soft fabric to your brow and dab the collecting moisture away. Once done, you deposit it into a nearby bin.

Clean basin: Dipping your fingers into the porcelain basin, you vigorously scrub your hands in the warm water.
Tap basin: You lightly tap the edge of the basin and watch as the water within slowly drains away. Moments later, steaming hot water rises from its depths and slowly refills it.
Tickle basin: Dipping your fingers into the warm waters of the porcelain basin, you quickly wash your hands and face.

[The Spice Rack, Hot Numbers]
A multitude of porcelain tables are spread throughout the tented pavilion, their surfaces each covered with a plethora of food. Trios of parchment globes, their interiors blazing with light, illuminate the presentations, abandoning the rest of the area to shadow. A set of marble steps leads up into the doorway of a raised black structure that is otherwise obscured by the drape of the tent's black fabric.
Obvious exits: north

Table: Dark in hue, the porcelain of the tables is smooth along the edges, which are carved into simple, elegant arcs. Underneath, the table's legs jut up from the ground in strange, sharp angles. The lighting in the area is focused atop the table, making it difficult to discern what might be hidden behind it.

On the wide porcelain table you see a chunk of roasted pig, some cubes of seasoned lamb, some poached cayenne halibut, a roll of spiced beef, a chili-glazed barbequed rib, some cheese sauce-laden potatoes, a bowl of chunky zucchini soup, a bowl of pickled cabbage salad, a bowl of shredded papaya salad, a mug of ginger beer, a glass of spiced tomato juice, a shot of peppered tequila and a glass of foam-topped brandy.

a chunk of roasted pig slathered in a creamy sauce 400
some cubes of seasoned lamb 400
some poached cayenne halibut 400
a roll of spiced beef 350
a chili-glazed barbequed rib 350
some cheese sauce-laden potatoes 300
a bowl of chunky zucchini soup 250
a bowl of pickled cabbage salad 300
a bowl shredded papaya salad 300
a mug of ginger beer 300
a glass of spiced tomato juice 350
a shot of peppered tequila 200
a glass of foam-topped brandy 250

Behind the wide porcelain table you see a black-hooded bin.

Bin: Nearly obscured from view between the lack of light behind a wide porcelain table and its own dark coloring, the large bin is filled to its with wares for sale. A scribbled note is stuck to the side of one of bin.

In the black-hooded bin you see some soft white leathers, some gold-sheened leathers, some tattered black leathers, a deep blue breastplate, some patched pale blue leathers, some sturdy charcoal grey leathers, some pitch black leathers and some copper-hued leathers.

In the Common language, it reads:

You ordr, Sir. Notin be missing, ya...
liter blu - lite
grey - renforcied
pich blk - ful
coper-kind = double
deeep blu = brastpltt
(reglur) blk - curbolli
gold-shined - studdy
whit - brig
some soft white leathers slashed with jagged lined of jet

Possibly scripted

brigandine armor 139k
some gold-sheened leathers patterned like snakeskin

Possibly scripted

studded leather 125k
some tattered black pepper-hued leathers with kakore buckles

Possibly scripted

cuirbouilli leather 113k
a deep blue breastplate patterned with thin ivory veins

Possibly scripted

leather breastplate 102k
some patched pale blue leathers embroidered with flames

Possibly scripted

light leather 67.5k
some sturdy charcoal grey leathers streaked with crimson

Possibly scripted

reinforced leather 79k
some pitch black leathers embossed with scarlet serpents

Possibly scripted

full leather 73k
some copper-hued leathers stitched with thick black cording

Possibly scripted

double leather 90.5k

[The Spice Rack, Sweet Spot]
Black cloth drips down from all around, the walls of the pavilion seemingly readying to fall down on themselves at one end of the space. Small lit globes of white parchment are arranged in trios, hanging directly over a series of narrow tables. Underfoot, lengths of velvety fabric layered over one another serve as a makeshift rug.
Obvious exits: south

Table: Dark in hue, the porcelain of the tables is smooth along the edges, which are carved into simple, elegant arcs. Underneath, the table's legs jut up from the ground in strange, sharp angles. The lighting in the area is focused atop the table, making it difficult to discern what might be lurking under it.

On the porcelain table you see a white pepper-dotted strawberry, a piece of cinnamon-dusted chocolate, a slice of creamy lime cake, a slice of chili pecan pie, a candied chili pepper, a glass of dark red wine, a cup of spiced hot chocolate and a cold glass of orange-flecked lemonade.

a white pepper-dotted strawberry 100
a piece of cinnamon-dusted chocolate 100
a slice of creamy lime cake 200
a slice of chili pecan pie 200
a candied chili pepper 150
a glass of dark red wine 250
a cup of spiced hot chocolate 250
a cold glass of orange-flecked lemonade 250

Under the porcelain table you see some gathered silk.

Silk: A large amount of rich, black silk is gathered together to create several large, nearly hidden pockets of space that are filled up with several types of katars.

In the gathered silk you see a stark white drakar manople, a blued-white rhimar katar and a curved vultite gauntlet-sword.

a stark white drakar manople inset with veins of icy blue

Possibly scripted
Fire flares

edged and brawling katar 86.5k
a pale blued-white rhimar katar inset with veins of fiery red

Possibly scripted
Cold flares

edged and brawling katar 86.5k
a curved vultite gauntlet-sword inset with ebon veins

Possibly scripted

edged and brawling katar 86.5k

Subtle Tastes[]

Alley, map room 4
Lich room 19351
a tattered black linen tent

[Subtle Tastes]
Ghostly strands of gray cobwebs drift lazily through the air overhead and dangle in thick clusters about a row of rusty hooks. A glass case rests against one wall next to a dusty wooden rack. The only light in the area comes from a tattered tent flap which leads outward.
Obvious exits: none

On the rusty hooks you see a black linen longcloak and an matte black velvet cloak.

a black linen longcloak clasped with a thin silver chain cloakworn very large any number functional 25k
a matte black velvet cloak lined with viridian silk cloakworn very large any number functional 25k

In the glass case you see a small viridian glass vial, a vial of grey powder and a tattered parchment.

Parchment: A grubby piece of parchment has been shoved between the glass panes of the case.

In the Common language, it reads:

Handle with care, and keep away from edibles.
a small viridian glass vial

Scripted food poison

25k
a vial of grey powder

Scripted food poison

25k

On the wooden rack you see a curved glossy glaes sabre, a glaes-edged faenor wakizashi, a blackened wavy iron kris, a feanor-veined curved glaes sidesword, a curved tri-blade glaes pit-knife, a jade-hilted glaes mortuary sword, a thick dark faenor sap, a slender glaes bracelet dagger, a glossy glaes cinquedea and a dark feanor spike.

a curved glossy glaes sabre with a sapphire-veined hilt edged scimitar enchanter's glyph 40k
a glaes-edged faenor wakizashi edged short sword enchanter's glyph 69.5k
a blackened wavy iron kris edged short sword enchanter's glyph 42.5k
a faenor-veined curved glaes sidesword edged backsword enchanter's glyph 150k
a curved tri-blade glaes pit-knife brawling hook-knife enchanter's glyph 50k
a jade-hilted glaes mortuary sword edged backsword enchanter's glyph 150k
a thick dark faenor sap brawling blackjack enchanter's glyph 45k
a slender glaes bracelet dagger filigreed in dark silver edged dagger enchanter's glyph 19750
a glossy glaes cinquedea hilted in dark silver edged dagger enchanter's glyph 25k
a dark faenor spike capped by a small glaes orb edged dagger enchanter's glyph 14250

Swish n' Shake[]

Crane Lane, map room 3
Lich room 19350
a cream-colored silk tent with plum stripes

[Swish n' Shake]
Luscious cream-colored silk forms the walls and ceiling of this spacious tent. A small white glaes chandelier set with tiny white burning candles illuminates the space, and a honey-colored fur rug is soft underfoot. Against opposite walls are an electrum rack and a long glass shelf. A large chocolate-hued armoire dominates the rear of the tent, and in the center is a small brushed silvery table. You also see a small silver sign.
Obvious exits: out

In the Common language, it reads:

The items in this shop are meant to be LACEd onto one another for a more complete look. Mix, match, and increase your wardrobe with these versatile items! ~Adrowynne

On the electrum rack you see a layered lime organza underskirt, a peach muslin underskirt, a sheer honey silk underskirt, a ruffled cream lace underskirt, a bustled almond velvet skirt, a ruffled mint linen skirt, a slender tangerine silk skirt, a jagged-hem lemon linen skirt, a trailing cinnamon silk skirt and a beaded blueberry silk underskirt.

a layered lime organza underskirt

Temporary lacing accessory

legworn no pockets 10k
a peach muslin underskirt

Temporary lacing accessory

legworn no pockets 10k
a sheer honey silk underskirt

Temporary lacing accessory

legworn no pockets 10k
a ruffled cream lace underskirt

Temporary lacing accessory

legworn no pockets 10k
a bustled almond velvet skirt

Temporary lacing base garment

legworn no pockets 15k
a ruffled mint linen skirt

Temporary lacing base garment

legworn no pockets 15k
a slender tangerine silk skirt

Temporary lacing base garment

legworn no pockets 15k
a jagged-hem lemon linen skirt

Temporary lacing base garment

legworn no pockets 15k
a trailing cinnamon silk skirt

Temporary lacing base garment

legworn no pockets 15k
a beaded blueberry silk underskirt

Temporary lacing accessory

legworn no pockets 10k

On the glass shelf you see some pink diamond buttons, some olivine faenor-bloom buttons, some raspberry silk ribbons, some chocolate satin ribbons, a low-cut persimmon silk bodice, a saffron velvet bodice, an apricot linen bodice, a pleated currant silk bodice, a corded vanilla brocade bodice and some caramel satin laces.

some pink diamond buttons

Temporary lacing accessory

not worn no pockets 10k
some olivine faenor-bloom buttons

Temporary lacing accessory

not worn no pockets 10k
some raspberry silk ribbons

Temporary lacing accessory

not worn no pockets 10k
some chocolate satin ribbons

Temporary lacing accessory

not worn no pockets 10k
a low-cut persimmon silk bodice

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 15k
a saffron velvet bodice

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 15k
an apricot linen bodice

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 15k
a pleated currant silk bodice

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 15k
a corded vanilla brocade bodice

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 15k
some caramel satin laces

Temporary lacing accessory

not worn no pockets 10k

In the chocolate-hued armoire you see a low-cut oyster silk gown, a flaring cherry silk gown, a thin-strapped plum velvet ballgown, a tea-length sage linen dress and a full-skirted strawberry lace dress.

a low-cut oyster silk gown

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 20k
a flaring cherry silk gown

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 20k
a thin-strapped plum velvet ballgown

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 20k
a tea-length sage linen dress

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 20k
a full-skirted strawberry lace dress

Temporary lacing base garment

chestworn no pockets 20k

On the brushed silvery table you see a thick dark chocolate milkshake, a pale pink strawberry milkshake, a creamy tropical milkshake, a vanilla berry milkshake and a smooth mango milkshake.

a thick dark chocolate milkshake Taste 1: Rich dark chocolate flavors this cool, creamy treat, deepening to almost bittersweet as it melts in your mouth.

Taste 2: Cool and creamy, the milkshake tastes of sweet dark chocolate at first, then mellows with the richer flavoring of cocoa hiding beneath.
10 sips

free
a pale pink strawberry milkshake Taste 1: Tiny strawberry seeds catch in your teeth.

Taste 2: The luscious taste of ripe, sugared strawberries fills your mouth.
10 sips

free
a creamy tropical milkshake Taste 1: A dash of honey infuses the sweet, delectable tropical milkshake.

Taste 2: Citrus and guava mingle enjoyably in the cold, creamy milkshake.
10 sips

free
a vanilla berry milkshake Taste 1: Tart pomegranate flavoring assails your taste buds, only to be quickly tempered by the creamy sweetness of the vanilla ice cream.

Taste 2: Delicate, yet rich, the sweet flavors of the vanilla milkshake are mild and enticing. Bursting with flavor, the pomegranate seeds that are laced through the delicate concoction create a lively experience for the palate.
10 sips

free
a smooth mango milkshake Taste 1: The mango milkshake melts on your tongue in a rush of cool tropical flavor.

Taste 2: The mint blends seamlessly with the cold, sweet mango.
10 sips

free

Taste of Turamzzyr[]

Crane Lane, map room 3
Lich room 19350
a rectangular wood-framed tall oilskin tent emblazoned with Turamzzyrian crests

[Taste of Turamzzyr, Entrance]
Sturdy wooden poles, bound with lengths of thick rope, provide a robust frame for the many layers of oilskin that form the walls and canopy of this rectangular showroom. The din of the festival is heard beyond an arched entryway leading out to the north, while a more humble atmosphere to the south is complimented by the delicate sound of clinking glasses. A multitude of robust spices and herbs dominates the otherwise woody scent of the tent. Near a painted wooden sign, a stained ash pallet is stacked high with wooden cases. You also see a carved ash drink list and a long mistwood box.
Obvious exits: south

In the Common language, it reads:

* ~ * ~ * ~ * ** * ~ * ~ * ~ *
* ~ * TASTE OF TURAMZZYR * ~ *
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ** * ~ * ~ * ~ *
* ~ * Ales and Wines * ~ *
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ** * ~ * ~ * ~ *

In the Common language, it reads:

* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *
pale wooden case - pale ale from Torre
stained wooden case - brown ale from Mestanir
golden wooden case - honey mead from Mestanir
scorched wooden case - strong ale from the Frontier
dark wooden case - bitter ale from Selanthia
black wooden case - stout from Selanthia
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *

On the stained ash pallet you see a pale wooden case, a stained wooden case, a golden wooden case, a scorched wooden case, a dark wooden case and a black wooden case.

a pale wooden case chiseled with the crest of Torre

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

pale ale from Torre 10k
a stained wooden case chiseled with the crest of Mestanir

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

brown ale from Mestanir 10k
a golden wooden case chiseled with the crest of Mestanir

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

honey mead from Mestanir 10k
a scorched wooden case chiseled with a coiled dragon

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

ale from the Frontier 10k
a dark wooden case chiseled with the crest of Selanthia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

bitter ale from Selanthia 10k
a black wooden case chiseled with the crest of Selanthia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

stout from Selanthia 10k

In the mistwood box you see a tall golden candle, a tall emerald-hued candle, a tall red candle, a tall deep blue candle, a tall dark blue candle, a tall multihued blue candle, a tall blue candle, a tall black and white candle, a tall silvery candle and a tall light blue candle.

a tall golden candle stamped with a crimson sunbust

Show: The golden candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Duchy of Selanthia

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall emerald-hued candle stamped with a graceful ivory swan

Show: The emerald-hued candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Barony of Vornavis

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall red candle stamped with a pale golden crown

Show: The red candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Barony of Mestanir

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall deep blue candle stamped with a fiery red eagle

Show: The deep blue candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the County of Seareach

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall dark blue candle stamped with a soaring white seagull

Show: The dark blue candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the County of Allace

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall multihued blue candle stamped with a golden hawk's head

Show: The multihued blue candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Earldom of Chastonia

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall blue candle stamped with a charging white horse

Show: The blue candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Earldom of Estoria

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall black and white candle stamped with a golden ram's head

Show: The black and white candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Duchy of Aldora

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall silvery candle stamped with a golden sheaf of grain

Show: The silvery candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the Barony of Oire

not worn no pockets 3.5k
a tall light blue candle stamped with an elegant white stork

Show: The light blue candle looks like it could burn for quite a long time.
crest of the County of Torre

not worn no pockets 3.5k

[Taste of Turamzzyr]
Pine cases are stacked on pallets along either side of the tent's interior, leaving a moderate amount of walking space between them. North leads to the tent's entryway, where the muted sounds of the festival can be heard, and south leads to the rear of the tent, where yet another grouping of pallets reside. Positioned in the middle of the walkway, a carved pine wine list fitted with a wrought silver candle plate offers enough light to clearly see in either direction. You also see a dark pine pallet with some stuff on it and a pale pine pallet with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: north, south

In the Common language, it reads:

dark pine case - chardonnay from Vornavis
carved pine case - marsanne from Selanthia
elegant pine case - chardonnay from Selanthia
rosy pine case - blush from Oire
light pink pine case - blush from Chastonia
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *
stained pine case - white wine from Torre
knotty pine case - muscat wine from Allace
bleached pine case - white wine from Allace
pale pine case - pale riesling from Aldora
golden pine case - golden riesling from Aldora

On the dark pine pallet you see a light pink pine case, a rosy pine case, an elegant pine case, a carved pine case and a dark pine case.

a light pink pine case branded with the crest of Chastonia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

blush from Chastonia 15k
a rosy pine case branded with the crest of Oire

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

blush from Oire 15k
an elegant pine case branded with the crest of Selanthia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

chardonnay from Selanthia 15k
a carved pine case branded with the crest of Selanthia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

marsanne from Selanthia 15k
a dark pine case branded with the crest of Vornavis

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

chardonnay from Vornavis 15k

On the pale pine pallet you see a golden pine case, a pale pine case, a bleached pine case, a knotty pine case and a stained pine case.

a golden pine case branded with the crest of Aldora

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

golden riesling from Aldora 15k
a pale pine case branded with the crest of Aldora

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

pale riesling from Aldora 15k
a bleached pine case branded with the crest of Allace

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

white wine from Allace 15k
a knotty pine case branded with the crest of Allace

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

muscat wine from Allace 15k
a stained pine case branded with the crest of Torre

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

white wine from Torre 15k

[Taste of Turamzzyr]
Mounted to the backmost wall of the tent, a carved oak wine list is prominently displayed over a reinforced sturdy wooden counter. Dimly glowing lanterns, mounted on a thick wooden beam overhead, offer a comfortable measure of visibility, the flames within flickering indifferently as patrons walk by. A multitude of cases are stacked on pallets in the corners and along either side. The scent of spices and herbs mingles harmoniously with that of freshly cut wood. You also see a blackened oak pallet with some stuff on it and a red oak pallet with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: north

On the sturdy wooden counter you see a bunch of tiny red grapes, some plump sugar-coated strawberries, a thin slice of green tomato pie, a roasted anchovy-stuffed tomato, a scallop and mushroom skewer, some olive and tomato garlic bread, a mint and herb lamb kabob, a piece of smoked goat jerky, a thin butter cracker and a flute of lemon spring water.

a bunch of tiny red grapes Taste 1: The grapes are perfectly ripe and refreshingly sweet.

Taste 2: Each grape bursts with subtle flavor and crisp, juicy texture.
5 bites

free
some plump sugar-coated strawberries Taste 1: Tiny strawberry seeds catch in your teeth.

Taste 2: The luscious taste of ripe, sugared strawberries fills your mouth.
5 bites

free
a thin slice of green tomato pie Taste 1: Hmm, a strange mixture of sweet and tart.

Taste 2: You aren't quite sure what to make of this sweet, tangy concoction.
5 bites

free
a roasted anchovy-stuffed tomato Taste 1: The slivered nuts are ripe and firm, adding a pleasant crunch to the mildly flavored anchovy-stuffed tomato.

Taste 2: Neither overly fishy nor overly salty, the anchovy-stuffed tomato presents a convincingly enjoyable blend of land and sea flavors. Still, a stronger hand could have been used on the spices, as it is a bit over-delicately flavored.
5 bites

free
a scallop and mushroom skewer Taste 1: Earthy mushroom halves, delicately grilled and juicy, highlight the fresh flavor of the sea from the tender scallops.

Taste 2: Delicate rounds of scallop part beneath the pressure of your teeth as you bite into the skewer, their sweet juices spreading across your palate with uncomplicated grace.
5 bites

free
some olive and tomato garlic bread Taste 1: Riddled with olives and bits of sun-dried tomatoes, the bread is rich and moist.

Taste 2: Garlic oil mingles with chunks of olives in the dense bread.
5 bites

free
a mint and herb lamb kabob Taste 1: The meat is tender, with the delightful taste of mint and savory herbs.

Taste 2: The lamb is perfectly cooked, leaving the meat with a crunchy exterior and a rare interior.
5 bites

free
a piece of smoked goat jerky Taste 1: The dry, smoked meat is tender and rich with the flavors of garlic, pepper, and coriander.

Taste 2: Not-so-subtle spices are delectably infused into every rich, salty bite.
5 bites

free
a thin butter cracker topped with black caviar Taste 1: The buttery cracker ably partners the musky caviar, creating a delicate combination of flavors.

Taste 2: The little eggs roll over your tongue and pop pleasantly between your teeth, filling your mouth with a smoky tang.
2 bites

free
a flute of lemon spring water Taste 1: The crystal clear water is cool and refreshing, enhanced by the slightest hint of lemon zest.

Taste 2: Just the subtlest hint of lemon adds a bright note to the spring water.
3 sips

free

In the Common language, it reads:

knotty oak case - mourvedre from Vornavis
striped oak case - ruby port from Oire
stained oak case - grenache from Oire
blackened oak case - spiced syrah from Allace
dark oak case - dark syrah from Allace
* ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ *
golden oak case - spiced Tehir wine from Seareach
red oak case - merlot from Selanthia
warped oak case - cherry wine from the Frontier
burgundy oak case - burgundy wine from Estoria
pale oak case - claret from Chastonia

On the blackened oak pallet you see a dark oak case, a blackened oak case, a stained oak case, a striped oak case and a knotty oak case.

a dark oak case painted with the crest of Allace

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

dark syrah from Allace 15k
a blackened oak case painted with the crest of Allace

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

spiced syrah from Allace 15k
a stained oak case painted with the crest of Oire

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

grenache from Oire 15k
a striped oak case painted with the crest of Oire

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

ruby port from Oire 15k
a knotty oak case painted with the crest of Vornavis

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

mourvedre from Vornavis 15k

On the red oak pallet you see a golden oak case, a red oak case, a warped oak case, a burgundy oak case and a pale oak case.

a golden oak case painted with the crest of Seareach

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

spiced Tehir wine from Seareach 15k
a red oak case painted with the crest of Selanthia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

melot from Selanthia 15k
a warped oak case painted with a pair of large red cherries

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

cherry wine from the Frontier 15k
a burgundy oak case painted with the crest of Estoria

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

burgundy wine from Estoria 15k
a pale oak case painted with the crest of Chastonia

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 6 bottles left.

claret from Chastonia 15k

Tropical Tastes[]

Pelican Lane, map room 8
Lich room 19361
a large white wagon

[Tropical Tastes]
Surrounded on all sides by white-painted walls, the wagon's space is dominated by a long cloth-covered counter in the foreground and a polished wooden bar near the back. Behind the bar, a slim open doorway emits the faint scent of smoke and a flickering light. The floor is polished wooden planks, and displays several small table and chair sets that occupy the space in the most optimal way possible.
Obvious exits: out

Counter: A length of white cloth covers the counter from end to end, its edges hanging down on all sides in triangular points. Set on opposite ends, a large entree serving platter and a circular dessert tray offer delectable wares for sale. The center of the counter is dominated by a silk floral arrangement of tropical blooms wrapped around two white pillar candles.

Under the cloth-covered counter you see an etched glass mug with a toucan motif, a hollow coconut shell with a hole for a spout, a slender cocktail glass with a tiny paper parasol sticking out, a smooth steel flask incised with a flowery motif, a halved coconut shell with a hollow center, a stiff leather wineskin with a braided hemp strap, a thick cordial glass with a golden rim, a thin-stemmed cocktail glass painted with tiny pineapples, a dented steel flask with a weathered leather strap and a crystal decanter with rounded edges.

an etched glass mug with a toucan motif 500
a hollow coconut shell with a hole for a spout 500
a slender cocktail glass with a tiny paper parasol sticking out 500
a smooth steel flask incised with a flowery motif 500
a halved coconut shell with a hollow center 500
a stiff leather wineskin with a braided hemp strap 500
a thick cordial glass with a golden rim 500
a thin-stemmed cocktail glass painted with tiny pineapples 500
a dented steel flask with a weathered leather strap 500
a crystal decanter with rounded edges 500

On the cloth-covered counter you see a circular dessert tray and a large entree serving platter.

On the dessert tray you see a cluster of succulent black grapes, a bowl of tropical fruit salad, a light crispy kiwi and mango meringue cake, a large grilled banana cake slice, some chunks of rum-infused pineapple, a glass dish of rich chocolate mousse, a cheese-stuffed plantain fritter and a grilled pineapple skewer.

a cluster of succulent black grapes 200
a bowl of tropical fruit salad 200
a light crispy kiwi and mango meringue cake 200
a large grilled banana cake slice 100
some chunks of rum-infused pineapple 200
a glass dish of rich chocolate mousse 200
a cheese-stuffed plantain fritter 200
a grilled pineapple skewer 200

On the entree serving platter you see a basket of fish and chips, a seared toucan kabob, a glass dish of soy-glazed raw tuna cubes, a few spears of lemon-drenched asparagus, a half-rack of barbecued pork ribs, a bowl of smoked pulled pork, a round pepper-flecked fishcake and a mango-glazed grilled chicken skewer.

a basket of fish and chips 500
a seared toucan kabob 500
a glass dish of soy-glazed raw tuna cubes 500
a few spears of lemon-drenched asparagus 200
a half-rack of barbecued pork ribs 500
a bowl of smoked pulled pork 500
a round pepper-flecked fishcake 500
a mango-glazed grilled chicken skewer 500

On the wooden bar you see a fruit and spiced rum cocktail, a half-shell of pina colada smoothie, a glass vial of electric-violet absinthe, a cream-spiked chocolate stout, a glass of chilled blush sangria, a vodka-soaked melon ball cocktail, a lime-infused coconut and rum cocktail, a nutmeg-spied coconut cream drink, a papaya and guava ale, a pale green cucumber cocktail and a tankard of foamy barleywine ale.

a fruit and spiced rum cocktail 200
a half-shell of pina colada smoothie 200
a glass vial of electric-violet absinthe 200
a cream-spiked chocolate stout 400
a glass of chilled blush sangria 200
a vodka-soaked melon ball cocktail 200
a lime-infused coconut and rum cocktail 200
a nutmeg-spiced coconut cream drink 200
a papaya and guava ale 400
a pale green cucumber cocktail 200
a tankard of foamy barleywine ale 400

[Tropical Tastes, Kitchen]
A wood stove in the corner casts a flickering light that illuminates the white-painted walls that surround this small room. The scent of smoke pervades the area, dispersed only by errant drafts that enter through a slim open doorway at the front of the room. A small wooden table stands against the wall beneath a picturesque window, the lantern on its surface emitting a golden glow and faint wisps of smoke that are slightly scented with citrus.
Obvious exits: none

On the wooden table you see a tall glass of chilled barley tea, a glass of milky green tea smoothie, a tall glass of iced milk coffee, a tropical fruit juice medley, a cup of iced chai tea and some lemon and mint-infused water.

a tall glass of chilled barley tea 200
a glass of milky green tea smoothie

Show: Whipped cream floats on the surface of milky green tea smoothie.

200
a tall glass of iced milk coffee 200
a tropical fruit juice medley 200
a cup of iced chai tea 200
some lemon and mint-infused water 200

The Upper Crust[]

Sandy Peninsula, map room 16
Lich room 19371
a sprawling blue and ivory striped pavilion

[The Upper Crust]
Walls of ivory-striped cornflower blue silk enclose the area of the tent, the fabric complementing the silvered glass case standing at the center of the room. Several flour-bedecked shelves showcase a variety of fillings, each portion carefully labeled and measured into ribbon-tied glass canisters. From the east, scents of fruit-filled pies waft through the ivory bead curtain, while the sounds of muffled voices emanate from a small alcove to the west. Obvious exits: west, out

In the silvered glass case you see a slice of fennel sausage pie, a slice of fluffy egg pie, a slice of creamy chicken pie, a slice of cheesy bacon pie and a slice of rich beef pie.

a slice of fennel sausage and potato pie 15k
a slice of fluffy egg and mushroom pie 20k
a slice of creamy chicken and vegetable pie 5k
a slice of gooey cheese and bacon pie 10k
a slice of rich beef and vegetable pie 20k

On the flour-bedecked shelves you see some coconut cream filling, some blackberry filling, some spiced hazelnut filling, some strawberry filling, some tangy cherry filling, some vanilla cream filling, some blueberry filling, some tart raspberry filling, some caramel apple filling, some mixed fruit filling, some succulent peach filling, some chocolate cream filling and a ball of sticky dough.

some coconut cream filling 1k
some blackberry filling 1k
some spiced hazelnut filling 1k
some strawberry filling 1k
some tangy cherry filling 1k
some vanilla cream filling 1k
some blueberry filling 1k
some tart raspberry filling 1k
some caramel apple filling 1k
some mixed fruit filling 1k
some succulent peach filling 1k
some chocolate cream filling 1k
a ball of sticky dough 1k

[The Upper Crust, Delivery]
Tucked away from the main room, this dimly lit corner is quieter in comparison to the other parts of the shop. Clusters of family portraits featuring beaming faces hang on the wall above a scuffed wooden bench, each one displaying a number of pies piled high in the background. Standing behind the long counter displaying a dark-inked sign is a tall baker with a mischievous grin, idly tapping a wooden spoon against a freshly baked pie.
Obvious exits: east

In the Common language, it reads:

Nothing says that you care quite like a hand delivered pie, and we here at Upper Crust are happy to help you send that caring message to all your friends. For a mere 10,000 silver, I will have one of my boys hand-deliver a pie to the person of your choosing. To get your order started, step up to counter with a pie in your right and GIVE BAKER.

Baker: Though well past middle aged, the lanky baker effervesces with youthful exuberance. Wide smudges of flour cover his face, accentuating the deep laugh lines at the corners of his twinkling green eyes.

[The Upper Crust, Kitchen]
In contrast to the well-kept front room, this small kitchen area is in a state of utter chaos. Towering stacks of pie tins, remnants of flaky crust and sticky filling still clinging to their edges, line the counters that ring the space. Amidst the carelessly spilled flour stands a large wooden island, its surface covered in globs of uncooked dough, which supports a large metal machine. A jumbled pattern of footprints on the messy floor, indicative of heavy traffic, leads back to the ivory bead curtain.
Obvious exits: none

Machine: While there are levers, knobs, and buttons all over this machine, they don't appear to do much. A small door on the front of the machine and a large, red-handled knob beside it seem to be the most important features. Many obvious repair jobs and miscellaneous dents on the machine give the impression that it has not been very reliable.
Possibly used to bake pies using dough and filling in main room


The Vine and Stem[]

Crane Lane, map room 2
Lich room 19348
an elegant golden oak wagon carved with curling grape vines

[The Vine and Stem, Salesroom]
The interior of the wagon is richly appointed, its walls of golden oak rising from a floor carpeted in thick sage-hued rugs to a ceiling of sturdy beams. At regular intervals, gilt-based lamps are stationed around the perimeter of the area, creating a warmly lit space in which to browse wares. A single table occupies the majority of the floor space, its legs carved to resemble a majestic wyvern, while cases marked with the crests of the elven houses edge the walkway leading further into the shop. You also see a carved round oak door.
Obvious exits: north

In the Common language, it reads:

~ Welcome to The Vine and Stem ~
Please enjoy our variety of elven wines and special drinking containers.
Please note that containers made from glass, crystal or other fragile materials will break when tossed.

On the wyvern-legged table you see a small white parchment, a gold-bound bottle of case, a dark stone stein, a dark gold wine-bowl and a crimson-swept pale gold wine glass.

a gold-bound mahogany wine case stamped with the Ta'Vaalor crest

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 10 bottles left.

50k
a dark stone stein with a conical gold cap

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a dark gold wine-bowl rimmed with eahnor

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a crimson-swept pale gold wine glass

Possibly scripted

2.5k

[The Vine and Stem, Salesroom]
Gilt-based lamps burning here smell sweetly of jasmine and give off little to no smoke at all to pollute the fragrance. Against one wall of the wagon sits a rose-carved ebony table, and against the opposing wall is a pecock feather-edged table, each with a neatly arranged display. Above the tables hang corresponding silk banners, the fabric painted in a myriad of hues with the most skillful of brush strokes.
Obvious exits: north, south

On the ebony table you see a small white parchment, a silver-banded ebonwood wine case, a swirled glass wine-bowl, an ebon-stemmed jade green wine glass and a tall ebon-tinted glass.

a silver-banded ebonwood wine case stamped with the Ta'Nalfein crest

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 10 bottles left.

50k
an ebon and jade swirled glass wine-bowl

Possibly scripted

2.5k
an ebon-stemmed jade green wine glass

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a tall ebon-tinted glass etched with a rose

Possibly scripted

2.5k

On the feather-edged table you see a small white parchment, a sturdy mistwood wine case, an elegant sapphire wine glass, a silver wine-bowl and a sapphire crystal goblet.

a sturdy mistwood wine case stamped with the Ta'Illistim crest

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 10 bottles left.

50k
an elegant sapphire wine glass

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a silver wine-bowl etched with a peacock feather

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a sapphire crystal goblet rimmed with vaalin

Possibly scripted

2.5k

[The Vine and Stem, Salesroom]
Chairs with pale green cushions and padded arms have been placed around the room, their soft hue a compliment to the warmth of the wagon's oak walls. Beneath the flickering flames of nearby gilt-based lamps, an oak leaf-carved table and a silver harp-inlaid table guard the outer edges of this space, leaving the center aisle open so shoppers can browse. A silk banner hangs above each of the tables, their respective elven house crests painted in vibrant colors on the fine-spun fabric.
Obvious exits: south

On the leaf-carved table you see a small white parchment, a pale oak wine case, a gold-stemmed viridian wine glass, a golden oak wine-bowl and a polished drinking horn.

a pale oak wine case stamped with the Ta'Ardenai crest

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 10 bottles left.

50k
a gold-stemmed viridian wine glass

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a golden oak wine-bowl encircled with a leaf carving

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a polished drinking horn capped with a pewter oak leaf

Possibly scripted

2.5k

On the harp-inlaid table you see a small white parchment, a simple tulipwood wine case, a harp-etched lavender wine glass, a frosted violet crystal wine-bowl and a pale lilac crystalline goblet.

a simple tulipwood wine case stamped with the Ta'Loenthra crest

Show: Glancing inside the case, you see you have 10 bottles left.

50k
a harp-etched lavender wine glass

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a frosted violet crystal wine-bowl rimmed with silver

Possibly scripted

2.5k
a pale lilac crystalline goblet with a dark purple stem

Possibly scripted

2.5k

Vinter is Coming[]

Crane Lane, map room 3
Lich room 19350
a red-splotched white tent

[Vinter is Coming, Wines]
An unfortunate drapery of white cloth shields the ground underfoot, spattered with blotches and dark stains that make the surroundings look like less of a tent and more of a murder scene. Three sputtering lanterns high in the makeshift eaves of the tent add to the illusion, casting the area in a fitful half-light. The smell of oil and smoke commingles with the slightly stale scent of wine that has known better days. You also see a red-splotched white tent flap and a dilapidated wooden table with some stuff on it.
Obvious paths: none

On the wooden table you see a goblet of bold dark wine, a goblet of blackberry wine, a goblet of crisp white wine, a goblet of sweet dessert wine, a goblet of rose blush wine, a goblet of aged wine, a goblet of dark red wine, a goblet of elderberry wine, a goblet of clear citrus wine and a goblet of black cherry wine.

a goblet of bold dark wine 200
a goblet of blackberry wine 200
a goblet of crisp white wine 200
a goblet of sweet dessert wine 200
a goblet of rose blush wine 200
a goblet of aged wine 200
a goblet of dark red wine 200
a goblet of elderberry wine 200
a goblet of clear citrus wine 200
a goblet of black cherry wine 200

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