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Large brass stand lamps burn brightly along each tapestry-hung wall, their shining reflectors wrought into the shapes of stylized rising suns. A carved sandalwood table bears four aged-ivory trays, a sturdy rack of cloaks standing to either side. Exuberantly colored carpets in rich reds and golds muffle the footfalls of those who visit here.
You also see an elegant bronze mannequin with a dark-scaled desert shroud gathered by a simple animite cloak pin on it, an ornately lettered sign, a carved sandalwood sideboard with a couple of things on it and a doorway curtained with colorful glass beads.
Obvious exits: none.
The brooches and pins are used to pin certain compatible cloaks closed.
- STUDY CLOAK/SHROUD: You study your XXXX cloak closely, and you notice that your cloak is missing a cloak pin or some other sort of fastener. You don't see how you can wear it until you replace the missing pin.
- PUT <BROOCH/PIN> ON <CLOAK/SHROUD>
- GET <BROOCH/PIN> ON <CLOAK/SHROUD>
- TAKE <BROOCH/PIN> ON <CLOAK/SHROUD>
Note: Using TAKE <PIN/BROOCH> rather than GET <PIN/BROOCH> may cause problems.
An ornately lettered sign reads:
"Attention Guests! It is important for you to know, these cloaks are meant to be worn with the interchangeable
cloak pins and brooches sold here. Pins may be worn by themselves, but the cloaks require a closure to wear.
Please, buy as many pins as you like, and change them as it suits your fancy! The mannequin bears an example of one
of these fine cloaks clasped by my fabulously wrought cloak pins, for the curious