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Thryntyrlz BagMaker's Yurt
Festival Chris' Mass Festival 422
Owner Thryntyrlz
# of Rooms 2
Store Type Container shops, Clothing shops
Restrictions Estate Holder
This store only accepts Kronars

Show Room

[Thryntyrlz BagMaker's Yurt, Show Room]
Heavy felt walls keep all but the strongest of winds from disturbing the serenity of this expansive yurt. Dozens of small glass spheres, each filled with brightly glowing blue-white liquid, ornament the ironwood support poles and fill the room with light. An onyx display stand dominates the center of the room, flanked on either side by a polished malachite pedestal and a luminous blue sapphire chest. A servant guards a shimmering spidersilk curtain that hangs along the back wall.
You also see a delicate spidersilk screen and a heavy felt flap.
Obvious exits: none.


On the display stand
Item Price Done
black lotusweave vest featuring matching pockets 1,875,000   
On the malachite pedestal
Item Price Done
lotusweave traveler's satchel of pale grey 3,125,000   !!
On the ironwood pole
Item Price Done
fine armure bag dyed a pomegranate-hue 1,875,000   
On the blue sapphire chest
Item Price Done
orchid poke constructed from lipka cotton 687,500   !!
azure clutch crafted from bourde 812,500   !!
jade steelsilk receptacle - 4 x 3 x 3 (220 stones) 750,000   
lotusweave drawstring bag dyed deep black 1,062,500   !!
pale yellow jaspe purse backed by white silk 937,500   !!
sunset-orange farandine sack 875,000   !!
Albarian lace reticule lined with crimson silk 1,000,000   !!
creamy white khaddar pouch 687,500   !!

Private Display Room (Estate Holders)

[Thryntyrlz BagMaker's Yurt, Private Display Room]
The discerning decor from the show room is continued here, in this richly-appointed space. Lustrous silver, gold and platinum chests neatly line one while a gleaming glass display case occupies another. An ornately carved azurite pedestal is situated in middle of the sumptuous jewel toned carpet that covers the floor. An alarmingly large sign is suspended from the wall near a delicate spidersilk screen.

Obvious exits: none.


A large sign reads:
The items I've placed in this area are the culmination of my art and the result of a lifetime's mastery.  They are priced accordingly.  In the chests I've placed what I call puzzle bags.  Be SURE to read the slip of parchment that I've hidden in each one!  You should find one when you first try to close your bag.  On the pedestal are my changeable bags.  I'm very pleased with the work that I've done with these, and I hope you will be too.  For the affluent, look in the display case.  -- Thryntyrlz BagMaker
In the platinum chest
Item Price Done
elegant spidersilk scholar's satchel dyed in variegated shades of green - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 5,625,000   
undyed steelsilk neck purse hung from a braided grey cord - 3 x 3 x 3 (150 stones) 3,750,000   
In the silver chest
Item Price Done
silverweave diplomat's backpack - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 8,375,000   
black leather valise overlaid by Albarian lace - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 6,750,000   
opulent thigh bag cut from goldweave 4,375,000   !!
In the gold chest
Item Price Done
exquisite courtier's haversack crafted from Velakan wool - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 8,187,500   
teardrop-shaped lotusweave wrist pouch dyed burgundy - 3 x 3 x 3 (150 stones) 4,725,000   
On the azurite pedestal
Item Price Done
lipka cotton hip pouch - 4 x 3 x 3 (220 stones) 812,500   
alabaster moonspun silk duffel - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 6,250,000   
dergatine belt pouch - 4 x 3 x 3 (220 stones) 937,500   
atramentous marblesilk backpack - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 7,500,000   
The items on this pedestal represent new heights in the art. Each of these containers has extremely adjustable straps, allowing them to be converted to many uses. Developing the process by which these are made took a great deal of time and effort, and so these items are priced accordingly.
In the display case
Item Price Done
Elven wool reticule - 4 x 3 x 3 (220 stones) 5,625,000   
lotusweave scrip - 4 x 3 x 3 (220 stones) 5,000,000   
verdant camlet rucksack - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 13,750,000   
carmine arzumodine haversack - 17 x 10 x 5 (1100 stones) 15,000,000   
The culminant of my art, here you will find bags that are much more than they appear. These are designed to BOTH lock shut via their complex straps AND to allow changing of shapes and wearable locations. Please be SURE to read the hidden parchment within for the two step process required to unlock each bag that you will find when you FIRST try to close one. -- Thryntyrlz BagMaker