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The Clerks' Collections
Festival Hollow Eve Festival 410
# of Rooms 9
Store Type Trader shops
Restrictions Trader
This store only accepts Kronars

Shop is meant to be in Kronars, it is a Trader thing.

[The Clerks' Collections, Entryway]
A deep blue carpet lines the floor, though ripples in the material show it was hastily thrown down and not properly secured. The bare metal walls reflect the sounds of shoppers within as well as those wandering the corridors outside. Hallways branch off in opposite directions leading away from the entrance. You also see a wide metal arch, a sign and a notice.
Obvious exits: north, south.


A sign reads:

"Wares to the north are for your personal shops.
You can find surfaces, entrances and more to
better tailor your visitor's experience.

To the south are bits of furniture collected from
abandoned or reclaimed caravans.  If you find
yourself lacking the ability to purchase such wares,
visit a trade minister to inquire about an interior.

Happy browsing!

--The Clerks' Association"


A notice reads:

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"Whatever you seek, we urge you to SHOP and ORDER
carefully.  Refunds aren't offered if you confuse
similar items.

--The Clerks' Association"
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[The Clerks' Collections, Miscellany]
A deep blue carpet lines the floor, though ripples in the material show it was hastily thrown down and not properly secured. Sheets of gleaming metal conceal most of the spider's construction, though the steam pipes overhead remain exposed. The items scattered around would ordinarily seem to belong to a storage room, but most have price tags attached indicating inventory waiting to be sold. You also see a busy attendant and a sign.
Obvious exits: north.


A sign reads:

"Dear Shoppers,

Our expansion into the caravan market is a recent venture.
Our stocks are still being acquired and sorted, but we
hope to have considerably more inventory in the future.

For now, we hope you enjoy our shop wares up the hallway
and will visit again in the future for more caravan wares.

--The Clerks' Association"
#   |   Price |   Size |      Type | Item
----------------------------------------------------------
1.  |  450000 | medium |    object | a vibrant crimson rug with a dark starlight velvet border
2.  |  250000 | medium |    object | a sprawling map depicting the five provinces
3.  |  150000 | medium |    object | a slender blue runner
4.  | 2250000 | medium |    object | a spoked wheel with a shariza at its center
5.  |  150000 | medium |    object | a lacquered folding screen painted with a waterfall of cascading coins
6.  |   65000 | medium |    object | a gauze curtain studded with twinkling crystals
7.  | 4250000 | medium |    object | a tall triangular-shaped mirror with a narrow dark brown iroko frame
8.  | 2250000 | medium | container | a battered trunk carved from dragonwood
9.  |  200000 | medium | container | a knotted jute cargo net
10. |  150000 |  small | container | a heavy canvas tarp
11. |  400000 |  small | container | a small adderwood trunk inlaid with a collection of gems
12. |   24500 |  small |    object | some creeping vine tendrils
13. |   24500 |  small |    object | some preserved flowers
14. |   40000 |  small |    object | an oval mirror perched atop a simple ivory stand
15. |  170000 |  small |    object | a tall pine bar stool
16. |  170000 |  small |    object | an hourglass shaped rattan stool
17. |  152500 |  small |    object | a large bottle with a complex port scene inside
18. |  152500 |  small |    object | an overtuned glass bottle displaying a sea battle inside
19. |  152500 |  small |    object | an overturned wine bottle with a miniature ship inside
20. |  150000 |  small |      atmo | a shaded oil lamp


[The Clerks' Collections, Entrances]
A deep blue carpet lines the floors, though ripples in the material show it was hastily thrown down and not properly secured. Strips of matching material line the walls at regular intervals to mute some of the echoing sounds, and gaethzen lanterns occupy every other gap to light the corridor. Leaned in the remaining open spaces are replicas of a number of doorways, arches and other entrances of various styles. You also see a low metal entrance with a silver-accented black curtain, a narrow entrance of tightly woven reeds, a honey-colored goldenoak doorway carved with a pair of coins, a paneled pearwood door with fanciful carvings, a brightly painted wooden door, a heavily knotted fruitwood door, a brass-bound sandalwood door, a mahogany door with brass trim, a narrow metal archway covered by a shaggy fur hide and a rough steel archway covered with thick hide.
Obvious exits: north, northeast, east, south, west, northwest.


The following items are for sale
Item Price Done
low metal entrance with a silver-accented black curtain 125,000   No
narrow entrance of tightly woven reeds 93,750   No
honey-colored goldenoak doorway carved with a pair of coins 112,500   No
paneled pearwood door with fanciful carvings 112,500   No
brightly painted wooden door 87,500   No
heavily knotted fruitwood door 87,500   No
brass-bound sandalwood door 100,000   No
mahogany door with brass trim 100,000   No
narrow metal archway covered by a shaggy fur hide 125,000   No
rough steel archway covered with thick hide 125,000   No


[The Clerks' Collections, Additional Surfaces]
A deep blue carpet lines the floor, though ripples in the material show it was hastily thrown down and not properly secured. Sheets of gleaming metal conceal most of the spider's construction, though the steam pipes overhead remain exposed. The items scattered around would ordinarily seem to belong to a storage room, but most have price tags attached indicating inventory waiting to be sold. You also see a sign, a rough deobar shipping crate, a battered khor'vela chest, some tiered gloomwood shelves, some pronged metal hooks, a deep black ironwood barrel with narrow supporting bands, an armed lelori armor stand with darkstone handles, a sturdy wire mannequin reinforced with lengths of audrualm, a large oak armoire, a massive glitvire wardrobe with decorative ironwork and a knotted jute cargo net.
Obvious exits: east.


The following items are for sale
Item Price Done
rough deobar shipping crate 150,000   No
battered khor'vela chest - Small fragments of shattered bone are scattered throughout the wood. In places, deep scours mar the trunk, leaving porous pockmarks where something was dug out and discarded. 312,500   No
tiered gloomwood shelves - Other than the purple-tinged, stony ebonwood of the shelves, there's nothing remarkable about their construction or design. 562,500   No
pronged metal hooks - Each of the hooks resembles a grisly claw consisting of a long central talon with two smaller ones branching from it. It appears ideal for safely securing bows or slings. 187,500   No
deep black ironwood barrel with narrow supporting bands - Typical of black ironwood, the barrel is sturdy, dense and built to hold up through rough treatment for years. 375,000   No
armed lelori armor stand with darkstone handles - The hard, coarse-grained wood has a light, green-tinged hue as if it were still freshly cut. The handles are functionally designed and lack decoration. 2,812,500   No
sturdy wire mannequin reinforced with lengths of audrualm 250,000   No
large oak armoire - Elaborate scrollwork is masterfully carved along the triangular top of the armoire. 812,500   No
massive glitvire wardrobe with decorative ironwork - The simple ironwork consists of a trio of reinforcing brackets, in the form of wide tendrils of ivy, running the width of the wardrobe. The wood's dark, satiny finish and intricately whorled grain contrasts starkly with the numerous variegated green and purple flecks scatted across its surface. 96,875,000   No
knotted jute cargo net - Several smaller lengths of jute are woven around each other to form larger cords that are then knotted and woven into a complex pattern. 250,000   No


[The Clerks' Collections, Flooring]
The floor and walls are uncovered in this chamber. A single gaethzen lantern hangs from the exposed steam pipes overhead, illuminating a number of upright panels that would look better laid flat as flooring. You also see some silver-veined black marble panels, some gold-veined black marble panels, some white-veined pink marble panels, some highly polished fruitwood panels, some white-painted wooden slats, some soft purple-tiled panels, some burgundy-tiled panels, some royal blue glazed-tile panels with silver highlights, some dark glazed-tile panels and some lightly worn pearwood panels.
Obvious exits: west.


The following items are for sale
Item Price Done
silver-veined black marble panels - Post-Purchase-the silver-veined black marble floor 150,000   No
gold-veined black marble panels - Post-Purchase-the gold-veined black marble floor 150,000   No
white-veined pink marble panels - Post-Purchase-the white-veined pink marble floor 150,000   No
highly polished fruitwood panels - Post-Purchase-the highly polished fruitwood floor 100,000   No
white-painted wooden slats - Post-Purchase-the painted wooden floor of interlocking white slats 125,000   No
soft purple-tiled panels - Post-Purchase-the soft purple-tiled floor 106,250   No
burgundy-tiled panels - Post-Purchase-the burgundy-tiled floor with fanciful scrollwork 106,250   No
royal blue glazed-tile panels with silver highlights - Post-Purchase-the royal blue glazed-tile floor with silver highlights 150,000   No
dark glazed-tile panels - Post-Purchase-the dark glazed-tile floor 100,000   No
lightly worn pearwood panels - Post-Purchase-the lightly worn pearwood floor 93,750   No


[The Clerks' Collections, Surfaces Aplenty]
A deep blue carpet lines the floors, though ripples in the material show it was hastily thrown down and not properly secured. Pale light from a back corner illuminates the space, though it's rather weak in the corners opposite from it. A number of tables, counters, pedestals and other flat surfaces fill the large chamber's floorspace while racks, shelves and hooks hang from the walls. You also see a sunken-paneled taborwood sales counter, a crescent-shaped sales counter lined with burgundy velvet, a blocky wooden sales counter with a row of flattened orichalcum coins hammered around its edges, a sturdy pearwood sales counter branded with the crest of the Traders' Guild, a bulky stone sales counter with a gilded crest of the Traders' Guild, a gold-veined black marble sales counter, a silver-veined black marble sales counter, a white-veined pink marble sales counter, a heavy glitvire-topped sales counter, a mistglass-topped fruitwood sales counter, a scuffed clockwork gear supported by heavy chains, a narrow taborwood shelf carved with the crest of the Traders' Guild, a steel trestle table inlaid with half-melted bronze coins, a white-veined pink marble pedestal, a silver-veined black marble pedestal, a gold-veined black marble pedestal, a squat pearwood pedestal gilded with the crest of the Traders' Guild, a velvet-covered display, a tower of cracked clay bricks and a net-wrapped driftwood trunk with rusted hinges.
Obvious exits: southwest.


The following items are for sale
Item Price Done
sunken-paneled taborwood sales counter 250,000   No
crescent-shaped sales counter lined with burgundy velvet 250,000   No
blocky wooden sales counter with a row of flattened orichalcum coins hammered around its edges 812,500   No
sturdy pearwood sales counter branded with the crest of the Traders' Guild 250,000   No
bulky stone sales counter with a gilded crest of the Traders' Guild 250,000   No
gold-veined black marble sales counter 562,500   No
silver-veined black marble sales counter 562,500   No
white-veined pink marble sales counter 562,500   No
heavy glitvire-topped sales counter - Resting atop a stack of nondescript wooden blocks, the thin plank of glitvire resembles a dark crown with its satiny finish and intricately whorled grain. A scant few specks of the characteristic reflective flecks of variegated green and purple are visible, barely enough to be counted on both hands for the entire piece. 5,000,000   No
mistglass-topped fruitwood sales counter - The thin sheet of mistglass atop the counter carries faint, pastel-blue coloring that hardly impedes its translucence. 687,500   No
scuffed clockwork gear supported by heavy chains 625,000   No
narrow taborwood shelf carved with the crest of the Traders' Guild 375,000   No
steel trestle table inlaid with half-melted bronze coins 312,500   No
white-veined pink marble pedestal 437,500   No
silver-veined black marble pedestal 437,500   No
gold-veined black marble pedestal 437,500   No
squat pearwood pedestal gilded with the crest of the Traders' Guild 437,500   No
velvet-covered display 312,500   No
tower of cracked clay bricks 375,000   No
net-wrapped driftwood trunk with rusted hinges 500,000   No


[The Clerks' Collections, Backroom Access]
A deep blue carpet lines the floors, though ripples in the material show it was hastily thrown down and not properly secured. Strips of matching material line the walls at regular intervals to mute some of the echoing sounds, and gaethzen lanterns occupy every other gap to light the small chamber. Leaned in the remaining open spaces are replicas of a number of doorways, arches and other entrances of various styles. You also see a narrow metal archway covered by a shaggy fur hide, a royal blue silk screen with silver trim, a paneled silk screen, a creamy white flap with faint black spots, a triangular flap of heavily waxed cloth, a heavily knotted fruitwood door, a brass-bound sandalwood door, a mahogany door with brass trim, a deep red-curtained archway accented with embroidered flowers, an emerald green-curtained archway draped with checkered silk, a royal blue-curtained archway tied with braided silk ropes, a rustic hide curtain branded with the crest of the Traders' Guild, a deep violet curtain embroidered with golden coins, a heavy russet curtain, an ivory beaded curtain, a beige leather curtain decorated with deep green embroidery, a pale golden curtain decorated with embroidered daisies, a dark green silk curtain trimmed with black braid, a rough hide curtain and a beaded curtain consisting of interlinked coins.
Obvious exits: southeast.


The following items are for sale
Item Price Done
narrow metal archway covered by a shaggy fur hide 150,000   No
royal blue silk screen with silver trim 112,500   No
paneled silk screen 100,000   No
creamy white flap with faint black spots 100,000   No
triangular flap of heavily waxed cloth 112,500   No
heavily knotted fruitwood door 75,000   No
brass-bound sandalwood door 100,000   No
mahogany door with brass trim 100,000   No
deep red-curtained archway accented with embroidered flowers 150,000   No
emerald green-curtained archway draped with checkered silk 150,000   No
royal blue-curtained archway tied with braided silk ropes 150,000   No
rustic hide curtain branded with the crest of the Traders' Guild 187,500   No
deep violet curtain embroidered with golden coins 125,000   No
heavy russet curtain 100,000   No
ivory beaded curtain 100,000   No
beige leather curtain decorated with deep green embroidery 150,000   No
pale golden curtain decorated with embroidered daisies 125,000   No
dark green silk curtain trimmed with black braid 125,000   No
rough hide curtain 100,000   No
beaded curtain consisting of interlinked coins 150,000   No


[The Clerks' Collections, Wall Panels]
The floor and ceiling of the circular chamber are bare, causing lingering echoes when someone enters or leaves. A single gaethzen lantern hangs from the exposed steam pipes overhead. Curiously, the metal walls are covered in a hodgepodge of panels depicting segments of otherwise typical walls consisting of wood, colored papers and more. You also see some silver-veined black marble panels, some gold-veined black marble panels, some white-veined pink marble panels, some highly polished fruitwood panels, some ivy-stenciled white panels, some soft purple stripe-papered panels, some burgundy-papered panels, some royal blue glazed-tile panels with silver highlights, some dark glazed-tile panels and some tapestry-covered pearwood panels.
Obvious exits: south.


The following items are for sale
Item Price Done
silver-veined black marble panels - Post-Purchase-the silver-veined black marble walls 250,000   No
gold-veined black marble panels - Post-Purchase-the gold-veined black marble walls 250,000   No
white-veined pink marble panels - Post-Purchase-the white-veined pink marble walls 250,000   No
highly polished fruitwood panels - Post-Purchase-the walls of highly polished fruitwood 125,000   No
ivy-stenciled white panels - Post-Purchase-the white walls stenciled with trailing green ivy 150,000   No
soft purple stripe-papered panels - Post-Purchase-the soft purple stripe-papered walls 125,000   No
burgundy-papered panels - Post-Purchase-the burgundy-papered walls with fanciful scrollwork 125,000   No
royal blue glazed-tile panels with silver highlights - Post-Purchase-the royal blue glazed-tile walls with silver highlights 187,500   No
dark glazed-tile panels - Post-Purchase-the dark glazed-tile walls 125,000   No
tapestry-covered pearwood panels - Post-Purchase-the tapestry-covered pearwood walls 125,000   No