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Tisk's Wagon
Event Guildfest 409, Guildfest 412, Guildfest 416, Guildfest 423, Guildfest 431, Guildfest 438
Owner Tisk
# of Rooms 2
Store Type Gnome shops, Armor shops, Weapon shops, Music shops, Clothing shops, Miscellaneous shops
Restrictions Gnome
This store only accepts Lirums

[Tisk's Wagon, Front Room]
The low ceiling of this room might cause trouble for tall folk, but for shorter Elanthians the effect is merely cozy. Scraps of leather, bits of metal and dust bunnies the size of largish weasels compete for space on the floor, the last sent into a swirling romp whenever anyone moves about. Busy figures can be seen moving energetically behind a gauzy blue curtain that divides the wagon into two halves. You also see a weapon rack with some stuff on it, some wide shelves with some stuff on it, a large cedar trunk, a small plate-clad mannequin with some stuff on it, a small chainmail-clad mannequin with some stuff on it, a redwood bin, a prominent sign, a very small door leading out and a short stand with some stuff on it.

A prominent sign reads:
"Only Gnomes can wear our clothing and armor, so don't think you can wear them if 
you're a Halfling or something."
On the weapon rack
Item Price Done
long-bladed stiletto 1,000   
oaken shillelagh 1,000   
stout kneecapping stick 1,000   
small buckler shaped like an acorn 5,000   !!
kite shield etched with leaves around the rim 7,500   !!
On the wide shelves
Item Price Done
short Gnomish hunting cloak 1,995   !!
diminutive heavy padded cloak 11,595   !!
diminutive padded cloak 5,995   !!
diminutive padded shirt 500   
diminutive padded robe 750   !!
diminutive padded hood 350   !!
diminutive padded gloves 300   !!
diminutive padded pants 500   
In the Cedar Trunk
Item Price Done
diminutive leather greaves 650   !!!!
diminutive leather mask 750   !!
diminutive leather coat 1,000   !!
diminutive leather gloves 500   !!
On the plate-clad mannequin
Item Price Done
small silver helm with a gidii plume 10,000   !!
diminutive silver suit of plate armor engraved with the stylized image of a redwood tree 15,000   
On the chainmail-clad mannequin
Item Price Done
diminutive chain balaclava 5,000   !!
diminutive chain shirt 9,000   !!
diminutive chain gloves 6,000   !!
diminutive chain greaves 7,000   !!
In the redwood bin
Item Price Done
silky maroon kneesocks 600   
silky green kneesocks 600   
silky blue kneesocks 600   
black suspenders 350   
violet suspenders with white polka dots 500   
red and white striped suspenders 500   
pink cone hat topped with a petunia 750   
deep blue cone hat with a white feather 750   
wide-rimmed strawberry cone hat 750   
green shoes with pointy toes 500   
pink shoes with curled toes 750   
black shoes with polished silver buckles 1,000   
grey tinker's apron with many pockets 500   
dusty tinker's apron with many pockets 500   
green tinker's apron with many pockets 500   
On the short stand
Item Price Done
worn knucklebones 500   
wooden knucklebones 500   
bronze knucklebones 1,500   
ivory knucklebones 2,000   
In the glass case
Item Price Done
concertina with ivory buttons 25,000   

[Tisk's Wagon, Back Room]
The back room of the wagon is even more crowded and chaotic than the front. This is somewhat surprising, since there is less furniture here and fewer items for sale. Taking up the space which merchandise does not, several Gnomish shop attendants rush about in a continual frenzy, checking on customers, going out to check stock, removing fingerprints left behind by curious customers and bumping into just about everything that crosses their path. A gauzy blue curtain leads back to the front room. You also see a giant mechanical Gnome, an armor rack with some stuff on it, a Gnome-sized mannequin with some stuff on it, an accessories table with some stuff on it and a broad rack with some stuff on it.

On the rack
Item Price Done
These armors are our inexpensive, lightweight modifications of several popular leather armor designs. These are our lightest body armors, so if weight is your top priority, you've found the stuff! The heavier and more expensive stuff is in back. All of our armor fits only Gnomes, so don't think you can wear them if you're a Halfling or something.
tiny layered canvas cuirass 9,525   !!!!
diminutive plaited-reed vest 4,500   !!!!
diminutive padded leather breastplate 11,600   !!!!
diminutive buff coat 4,600   !!!!
diminutive leather corselet 4,500   !!!!
slightly padded Gnome's robe 3,600   !!!!
On the Gnome-sized mannequin
Item Price Done
Our first attempt at full plate armor! It might not be as protective as other designs, but we've dropped the weight considerably in sizing it for the Gnomish frame.
Gnome-sized set of full plate armor fashioned from blackened steel decorated with small silver lightning bolts 47,995   !!
On the table
Item Price Done
Accessories to accompany our lightweight armors. These certainly won't weigh you down! (The mask does not cover the eyes, to save even more weight.)
diminutive supple leather gloves 120   !!!!
tiny leather vambraces 120   !!!!
tiny leather greaves 120   !!
very small leather mask 450   !!
On the broad rack
Item Price Done
diminutive heavy half plate engraved with the image of a Gnome standing proudly atop a heap of fallen foes 33,750   !!!!
shining steel breastplate scaled for the Gnomish frame 23,895   !!!!
Gnomish tunic fashioned from lightweight steel chain 14,999   !!!!
heavy chainmail proportioned for a Gnome 22,998   !!!!
light chain shirt of Gnomish proportions 11,995   !!!!
very small suit of ringmail made of black leather and shining steel loops 8,995   !!!!
small chain hauberk of light and intricately interconnected links 32,000   !!

giant mechanical Gnome

  • Eats metal bars and nuggets. Doesn't always want particular ones for some reason.
  • LOOK Gnome: The giant mechanical Gnome stands about three times the height of a real Gnome and is made of copper and steel with a variety of hinges and clamps holding it together. The craftsmanship is exquisitely precise, belying the tiny hands of those tinkering little Gnomes.
    You also see a large red button on its chest that says "PUSH ME!"
  • PUSH Gnome/Button: You push the mechanical Gnome's big red button. Suddenly a booming voice says, "FEED GNOME!"
  • FEED Gnome: Are you sure you want to give a [metal] to the Gnome? Please repeat the command in the next 15 seconds if you are certain.
  • FEED Gnome: The mechanical Gnome's mouth snaps shut as you feed your pewter bar to it! Wheels start grinding inside the construct as it wobbles back and forth, its arms swaying as if marching to the beat of rhythmic tribal drums.
    The Gnome suddenly stops marching and its giant mechanical arm reaches into a large sack and hands you a gift!
    The cold weight of a [prize] falls into your hand.
    The Gnome begins to shake violently, then spits out your [metal]! It must not have liked the taste!
  • HUG Gnome: The mechanical Gnome whirs and clanks a moment, then raises its arms as if it were returning your hug.
  • [attack] Gnome: The Gnome's mechanical arm reaches forward, grabs you, and throws you to your knees! In the future, remember not to mess with a giant mechanical Gnome.
    Roundtime: 6 sec.
  • [most verbs] Gnome: Um, it's just a machine, but I am sure it appreciates the sentiment.