Custorian's Creations (3)
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|# of Rooms||6|
|Store Type||Trader shops, Magic shops, Clothing shops, Cambrinth shops|
This store only accepts Lirums
See speech by Auriril for information regarding this shop.
A large notice reads:
"Mr. Custorian and his staff are always hard at work to secure new wares! Due to a recent stumble and his slow recovery, he was unable to approve many of the designs he'd hoped to display this year. However, several new items ARE available throughout the shop. We hope you'll explore and find something to your liking!"
The attendant sighs in exasperation. "Anyone may browse our wares, but only a trader in good standing with the guild, with at least fifty circles of training, may use our services. He, or she, may purchase a furnished interior space for their caravan from a trade minister at almost any outpost. Once you have the space, you may ORDER furniture here to further customize it to your own likings. All sales shall be made in the local currency."
|1. a simple open entryway||50,000|
|2. a wide granite arch||100,000|
|3. a hammered metal arch||100,000|
|4. a delicately ribbed ricepaper screen highlighted in green||100,000|
|5. an ivory ricepaper screen depicting a sprawling tree||120,000|
|6. a simple door papered with a purple and ivory floral pattern||100,000|
|7. a narrow door papered with wide black and white stripes||70,000|
|8. a gaudy door papered with vibrant blue and gold stripes||50,000|
|9. a white birch door painted with the Trader's Guild crest||150,000|
|10. a stained walnut door carved with a large raven||120,000|
|11. a goldenoak door painted with a merry welkin||90,000|
|12. a lacquered redwood door polished to a high gloss||55,000|
|13. a lemonwood door carved with coins||55,000|
|14. a red door painted with a giant golden coin||80,000|
|15. a blue door painted with a silver coin||80,000|
|16. a yellow door painted with a platinum coin||80,000|
|17. a gold-plated door with a silver doorknob||90,000|
|18. a fir door braced with thick iron bands||55,000|
|19. a reinforced hatch||125,000|
|20. a split wooden door with fanciful carvings and a rich stain||150,000|
|21. a stout metal grate||150,000|
|22. a wooden arch draped in flowing strands of white wisteria||125,000|
|23. a flower-covered arch||100,000|
A large sign reads:
"Master Custorian is intent upon trying a new market. He feels that we never know when we may be set upon by foes during our travels. *IF* you should be traveling with a mage companion, he feels these items may come in use, as their cambrinth components aren't as visible as a ring, armband or necklace may be. We feel these will be unpopular, but Custorian pays us. Please enjoy, and DO let us know if you find a use for them! For those with more traditional tastes -- please enjoy the orbs."
|On the simple counter|
|cracked cambrinth orb - 108 mana||26,500|
|platinum-framed cambrinth orb - 108 mana||32,500|
|hooded spidersilk cloak embroidered with ravens in flight||25,000|
|radiant yellow silk wrap trimmed with twilight-hued cambrinth-beaded fringe||9,000|
|sturdy boots wrapped with bison hide and cambrinth-beaded leather straps||17,500|
|pair of cambrinth-buttoned boots made from crisp grey leather||12,750|
|heavy red leather boots clasped with dull cambrinth buckles||13,000|
|pair of knee-high white leather boots clasped with cambrinth ravens||12,000|
|On the simple stand displaying eyewear|
|pair of cambrinth spectacles - 8 mana||8,250|
|pair of jade-framed spectacles - 4 mana||4,275|
|pair of ivory-framed spectacles - 4 mana||4,250|
|On the long shelf|
|simple cambrinth welkin clutching a handful of coins - 8 mana||3,250|
|tiny cambrinth raven with its wings spread - 4 mana||1,250|
A sign reads:
"Attention: All items here are simply decorative. The repair kits are not functional, nor is anything else. We simply make it easier for you to show your attentions to visitors you may have."
|1. a bundle of dirty clothes - medium sized object||45,000|
|2. a stack of dirty dishes - medium sized object||9,500|
|3. several empty wine bottles - medium sized object||12,500|
|4. a stack of wrapped gifts - medium sized object||120,000|
|5. some dirty tools - medium sized object||40,000|
|6. an opened armor polishing kit - medium sized object||95,000|
|7. an opened weapon maintenance kit - medium sized object||100,000|
|8. some warring dust bunnies - small sized object||5,000|
|9. a pile of wood shavings - small sized object||5,000|
|10. a collection of differently styled left shoes - small sized object||12,500|
|11. a pile of dust - small sized object||5,000|
|12. a heap of sand - small sized object||5,000|
|13. a clump of dried roses - small sized object||7,500|
|14. a trio of half-burned candles - small sized object||6,750|
|15. some scented candles - small sized object||12,000|
|16. some rolls of wrapping paper - small sized object||12,000|
|17. a shaving cup - small sized object||8,000|
|18. a stack of velvet coasters - small sized object||7,500|
|19. a collection of broken arrowheads - small sized object||5,500|
|20. a colorful seashell collection - small sized object||20,000|
|21. some unfinished love letters - small sized object||5,500|
|22. some scraps of leather - small sized object||12,000|
|23. some crumpled manuscripts - small sized object||10,000|
|24. a sketch book - small sized object||15,000|
|25. an unfinished canvas - small sized object||34,000|
|26. a deck of tattered cards - small sized object||7,500|
|27. a board game with obviously missing pieces - small sized object||7,500|
|28. a feather duster - small sized object||7,500|
|29. a mud-stained mat with layers of grime stomped into it - small sized object||90,000|
|30. a simple portrait depicting a regal Elf clutching sacks of gold - small sized object||80,000|
|On the large easel|
| charcoal sketching
- you see a small weathered caravan pulled by a pair of old cows. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Varying lengths of wood are cobbled together to somehow form a functional wagon for hauling wares. Knotholes the size of heads are evident in many places, and no attempt has been made to conceal them. Bells hang from each of the cows, likely used to locate them if they wandered in the past. Now, however, it's unlikely either would make it very far with any sort of haste.
| mahogany-framed picture
- you see a three-wheeled furrier's caravan pulled by a trio of camels. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Numerous hooks, coils of rope and other tools of the trade are proudly displayed along the side of the caravan. Interspersed throughout are bones, pelts and hides from all manner of beasts. The wagon's front wheel has been centered, but the uneven pulls of the camels causes a noticeable sway in the structure.
| canvas painting
- you see a sturdy metal blacksmith's caravan lead by a team of massive black bulls. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Long, narrow strips of the same metal are evenly spaced along the sides of the wagon, with giant spikes riveted in to hold the reinforcing strips in place. Massive chain harnesses secure the bulls to the frame of the caravan, each looking strong enough to pull any load by itself.
| pine-framed watercolor
- you see a shadowy black locksmith's caravan with golden accents. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
The dark paint is unblemished and lends to the illusion of a giant moving shadow. A makeshift, barbed-wire fence at the back of the wagon prevents its contents from spilling out. Pouches of differently colored and shaped lockpicks hang from the sides along with variously sized, opened caskets, trunks and strongboxes. Next to each is trio of prices, one each for Kronars, Lirums and Dokoras.
| large woodburning
- you see a bright green alchemist's caravan lead by a team of white stallions. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Bushels of dried and drying herbs hang from a rope strung across the top of the wagon, while hooks and pulleys suspend Wayerd pyramids, baskets holding vials of oils and other tools and supplies typical of the trade. Each of the majestic white stallions has a wreath of greenery and herbs about its neck.
|On the display counter|
| simple sculpture
You tap the sculpture and you see an ash-grey caravan covered in multicolored glitter. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Rainbow-hued glitter provides a stark contrast to the otherwise drab paint that covers the wagon. The leather harnesses securing the powerful white horses are equally as colorful, as are the multicolored ribbons woven into their generous manes.
| wooden carving
You tap the carving and you see a teal caravan painted with fanciful desserts. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
The artist's imagination soared with this wagon. Dishes of icecream, layered cakes and various fruit-themed pies are all depicted with arms, legs and faces. Each is flashing a wide smile while dancing around the wagon's broad sides. The team of mules leading it are considerably less festive.
| squat etching
You tap the etching and you see a black-and-white striped caravan with a barred window. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Thick, round metal bars are narrowly spaced across the single, glassless window in the wagon's side. Countless heavy manacles and lengths of stout chain hang from the back. A pair of striking bulls, one grey and the other black, are secured to the wagon.
| uncomplicated depiction
You tap the depiction and you see a whimsical caravan designed like a tall wasp's nest. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Layers of a parchment-like material are wrapped about a supporting wire framework to form a wasp's nest replica. Leafy twigs and vibrant flowers sprout at odd angles, adding to the design. Blankets striped black and gold sit atop the team of shaggy black yaks.
| stout statue
You tap the statue and you see a large armored caravan with several narrow window slits. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Many metal plates are riveted together to form the bulky wagon. The window slits are set at uneven heights and distances around the transport, allowing views all around. Similar plating adorns the team of mighty yeehars that effortlessly guides the caravan.
| detailed casting
You tap the casting and you see a clothier's caravan displaying fully-dressed mannequins. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
A team of tall black horses pulls the vehicle, responding to every command made by the haughty driver holding the reigns. Decorated with brightly-colored clothing, the wire-framed constructs serve as the perfect means for showcasing the many fashionable styles presumably sold by the owner.
| oversized model
You tap the model and you see an armorer's caravan strung with an assortment of shields. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
The stocky white horses that lead the wagon are tethered by thick leather halters and controlled by means of reigns firmly gripped by the driver. Interspersed between the tower shields and bucklers are several pieces of chainmail and plate armor, clattering together with a noisy jangle as the caravan moves.
| painted replica
You tap the replica and you see a weapon specialist's caravan affixed with sheaths and harnesses. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Dark brindle in color, the quartet of muscular equines that pulls the transport blends from one to the next and moves in perfect harmony. Each sheath and harness attached to the exterior holds a different type of weapon, positioned for the owner to draw them out and display to potential customers.
| complex figure
You tap the figure and you see a bookkeeper's caravan with built-in shelves along the exterior. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Thick ironwood creates the perfect means for holding a vast amount of literature, each fitted with broad leather straps that keep the contents from spilling during travel. Glass lanterns are mounted above each section of shelving in an effort to illuminate the books' titles during all hours of the day, while a small awning shields the fragile wares from the elements.
| oil-painted illustration
You tap the illustration and you see a merchant marine's caravan hunt with large nets along the side. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...
Knotted in the typical fisherman's style, the nautical snare adds even more space for safely holding goods during travel from one place to another. A large ship's wheel decorates the wide door on the back of the wagon, adding a whimsical touch to the utilitarian vehicle.
|1. an elegant ivory velvet settee - medium sized object||200,000|
|2. a carved dark ironwood bench - medium sized object||100,000|
|3. an embroidered golden silk chair - medium sized object||200,000|
|4. a rich black cashmere armchair - medium sized object||200,000|
|5. a dark red velvet armchair - medium sized object||200,000|
|6. a carved dark ironwood chair - medium sized object||200,000|
|7. a plump black velvet couch - large sized object||200,000|
|8. a rich black cashmere sofa - large sized object||200,000|
|9. a claw-footed mahogany bed - large sized object||400,000|
|10. a red-curtained ironwood bed - large sized object||400,000|
|11. a shaal-wood bed with a scrolled headboard - large sized object||400,000|
|12. a simple pine cot - medium sized object||100,000|
|13. a black cotton sleeping mat embroidered with platinum coins - small sized object||120,000|
|14. a moss-green sleeping mat embroidered with a flying raven - small sized object||117,000|
|15. a blue-striped cotton sleeping mat embroidered with silver coins - small sized object||115,000|
|16. a deep red satin sleeping mat with golden coins embroidered upon it - small sized object||120,000|
|17. a filthy straw pallet - small sized object||80,000|
|18. a knotted rope hammock - medium sized object||80,000|
Odds And Ends
|1. a low stone entrance with a gold-accented slate-blue curtain - door||105,000|
|2. a curtained archway draped with brown and black striped silk - door||65,000|
|3. a teal-curtained archway tied with knotted spidersilk ropes - door||95,000|
|4. a deep orange-curtained archway accented with embroidered donkeys - door||150,000|
|5. a heavy nomlas curtain - door||50,000|
|6. a blue silk curtain trimmed with silver braid - door||70,000|
|7. a bright red curtain embroidered with black coins - door||90,000|
|8. a yellow silk screen with deep blue trim - door||100,000|
|9. a grey leather curtain decorated with vibrant silver embroidery - door||100,000|
|10. an ivory beaded curtain - door||80,000|
|11. a blue and black woven floormat with glittering silver accents - small object||19,000|
|12. a tan-banded blue floormat - small object||9,000|
|13. a moss-green cotton sleeping mat - small object||55,000|
|14. a fiery red and orange checkered sleeping mat - small object||55,000|
|15. a gold-striped cotton sleeping mat - small object||55,000|
|16. a cheery yellow sleeping mat - small object||55,000|
|17. an exquisite obsidian brazier - medium object||185,000|
|18. a bowl-shaped hammered bronze brazier - medium object||85,000|
|19. a low bronze brazier - medium object||65,000|
|20. a low cast iron brazier - medium object||60,000|
|21. a low bronze brazier - medium object||60,000|
|22. a low cast iron brazier - medium object||60,000|
|23. a brick floor stove - medium object||60,000|
|24. a thick bearskin rug - small object||55,000|
|25. a mud brown quilt sporting various colorful patches - small object||55,000|
|26. a royal purple blanket embroidered with a welkin - small object||60,000|
|27. a patchwork quilt depicting different pack animals upon each square - small object||60,000|
|28. a simple woven blanket - small object||60,000|
A sign reads:
"Attention: Please understand that the Guild will allow you surfaces within your personal space, but regulations currently prohibit you from making use of those spaces. Until such time as new regulations are established, any purchased containers are merely decorative in nature. Or else. We hope you understand." [OOC: 'Container' items will not actually hold items at this time, but *may* at some future point. They are labeled as such in case future support is added.]
|1. a polished mahogany table with turned legs - large sized object, container||100,000|
|2. a blackwood table set on a thick pedestal - large sized object, container||90,000|
|3. a plain rosewood table - large sized object, container||70,000|
|4. an alder table with green painted legs - large sized object, container||55,000|
|5. a lacewood table with a polished top - large sized object, container||85,000|
|6. a teak table with carved legs - large sized object, container||85,000|
|7. a satinwood table with welkin legs - large sized object, container||85,000|
|8. a cedar plank table - large sized object, container||50,000|
|9. a deobar table inlaid with tiny bronze coins - large sized object, container||100,000|
|10. a pearwood table set on carved raccoon pedestal - large sized object, container||80,000|
|11. a heavy metal-framed end table with a wooden top||65,750|
|12. a fat tree stump - medium sized object, container||5,000|
|13. a gleaming metal end table polished to a mirror-like finish - medium sized object, container||75,000|
|14. a black end table with fanciful black and gold scrollwork - medium sized object, container||65,000|
|15. a rounded end table - medium sized object, container||52,500|