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Status: Alive
Guild: Unknown
Race: S'Kra Mur
Gender: Female
Type: merchant
Relatives: Kyrhhsa - cousin

You see Khiynit Weaver Hhtuassa, a S'Kra Mur Seamstress. Hhtuassa has cloudy blue eyes that gaze forward blankly and a straight snout, brown scales with a pale silver underbelly, a curving tail and a slender figure. She is middle-aged for a S'Kra Mur. She is in good shape.

She is wearing an ornate dragon pendant, a dark brown wool gamantang that drapes down in heavy folds laden with copper studs, a simple ivory ru'at bracelet set with polished sandstone, a soft leather pouch, a blue gold tailring shaped like a gripping claw and some leather thong sandals.


Hhtuassa says, "I think perhaps you should just be better suited to have a more durable material. Perhaps khiynit."

Szrael says, "Can you tell us more about this material? I must confess I had not heard of it until your cousin mentioned it."

Hhtuassa says, "Oh, certainly yes."

Hhtuassa says, "It is a gossamer, harvested by myself and several other weavers of Velaka. Rather a difficult material to produce, truth told."

Hhtuassa says, "We feed sand spiders on a diet of yeehar blood laced with fiber from the iroepi root and hhyssk'et berry. The result is khiynit. Very strong, yet maleable."

Szrael says, "Ahhh, the sand spiders give us so many gifts.

Hhtuassa says, "They do, to be sure. The rough fibers create a cross grain that simulates the texture and appearance of shifting sand. It is beautiful. Or I am told."

Szrael says, "I did not see any pieces of the material among your cousin's wears." (Cousin of Kyrhhsa, owner of Pi'botuk Pel'arsharra)

Hhtuassa turns slowly and crosses the room, her blind eyes gazing forward as she moves.

Hhtuassa says, "No, you would not. All of my khiynit creations are unique."

Hhtuassa asks, "Now, one particular quality of khiynit I should mention is that its hues are limited to the colors of the sand. What shade do you think may suit you best?"