[Zhoryhh's Tent, Fine Clothing and Jewelry]
The tent's interior is of bright golden cloth, as is the carpeted floor upon which rest several plush cushions of pale blues and pinks. Near the tent's entrance, a curtained doorway, stands a moderately sized jewelry rack covered in extravagant bracelets. On the other side of the entrance from the rack rests its twin, a display case carrying tailbands. The bright lamps illuminate a cloud of perfume and incense hanging in the air.
You also see a clothing sign, a jewelry sign, and a row of mannequins with some stuff on it.
Obvious exits: northeast, northwest.
A clothing sign reads:
I carry wares to clothe a S'Kra Mur in the traditional and time-honored fashion of loose flowing
clothing with a great deal of jewelry. I do not condone the more rebellious forms of dressing
preferred by many of the young and my wares will reflect this. All my robes are made from the
finest Rathan and Velakan silk available, and each garment is authenticated with the customary
artist's mark in red braid.
A jewelry sign reads:
Ru'at bracelets are given in close and esteemed friendship to the S'Kra Mur's ru'ati. Mehath
bracelets are worn in remembrance of a dead S'Kra Mur ru'ati. Ama'hhrsk bracelets are given as
a sign of love to a spouse during anniversaries.
|On the jewelry rack
| gold mehath bracelet inlaid with sapphire
| silver mehath bracelet inlaid with jade
| gold ru'at bracelet inlaid with topaz
| onyx ama'hhrsk bracelet inlaid with amber
| onyx ru'at bracelet inlaid with amethyst
| gold ama'hhrsk bracelet inlaid with emerald
| platinum ama'hhrsk bracelet inlaid with pearl
| onyx mehath bracelet inlaid with sunstone
| silver ru'at bracelet inlaid with onyx
| silver ama'hhrsk bracelet inlaid with chrysoprase
| platinum mehath bracelet inlaid with moonstone
| platinum ru'at bracelet inlaid with diamond
[Zhoryhh's Tent, Alchemy Supplies]
Swaying gently from several poles along the tent's ceiling are softly burning lamps, serving to bring light to this portion of the tent and the prominent supply table here. The smells of incense and a sickly sweet perfume block the nostrils of any who walk this gold cloth hall.
Obvious exits: northeast, southeast.
[Zhoryhh's Tent, A Taste of Ratha]
The tent walls are formed of a luxurious gold silk, though several pieces of dark blue cloth hang along the walls as decorations. A light blue table rests in one corner of the tent with a bright lamp gilded in gold and platinum swaying from the tent pole above it. You also see a medallion sign.
Obvious exits: southeast, southwest.
A medallion sign reads:
The uen medallions are nearly perfect replicas of the official medallions worn by Ratha's
Council of Advisors, down to the slightest details. If you turn the medallion over, you will
find etched into its surface the initials of the artisan shop that created these replicas.
[Zhoryhh's Tent, Desert Treasures]
The interior of the tent here is a striking violet, sharply contrasting with the golden silk in the other areas. A large gilded chair, practically a throne, sits beside a marble pedestal. Surrounded by the area's lamps and their light, the pedestal is clearly the focus of the room. On the other side of the tent stands a display table that is covered by a thick layer of sand. You also see an egg sign.
Obvious exits: southwest, northwest.
An egg sign reads:
These Wish Eggs from Muspar'i are each acid-etched and then painted with a S'Kra symbol. They
are believed by the residents to bring good fortune if displayed in one's home. Each egg is
associated with a particular fortune: long life, wealth, strong ru'at, powerful children,
political power, combat prowess, great artistry. There are many other wish eggs, but I cannot
bring all types from Muspar'i.
A placard reads:
The oasis symbolizes long life, the row of small eggs symbolizes many children, the red cobra
symbolizes a strong ru'at, the yeehar symbolizes great artistry, the diamonds symbolize great
wealth, the dead molloky'i symbolizes combat prowess, and the sunburst symbolizes political
This is a very old merchant and was only around once that I am aware of.