|Festival||Hollow Eve Festival 396, Hollow Eve Festival 399, Hollow Eve Festival 403, Hollow Eve Festival 406, Hollow Eve Festival 410, Hollow Eve Festival 414|
|# of Rooms||5|
|Store Type||Clothing shops, Jewelry shops, S'Kra Mur shops|
This store only accepts Dokoras
''Pi'botuk Pel'arsharra'' is S'Kra for "Den of Midnight."
|In the wicker basket|
|small bottle of scale polish||4||!!|
|A note reads:|
"Single-use bottles of scale polish are available here for a small fee. If you have chosen not to groom your scales today, please make use of this service before wearing any of our merchandise in public. We do have a reputation to consider."
|On the lanky mannequins|
|bright saffron silk gamantang spangled with tiny amber charms||216,480|
|dark cobalt silk gamantang laced down the back with cerulean ribbons||198,440|
|flowing slate silk gamantang draped with sparkling silver-gilt chains||207,460|
|pale magnolia-white silk gamantang speckled with deep burgundy rosette markings||189,420|
|rich sanguine silk gamantang stitched with dozens of gold medallions||225,500|
|sheer viridian silk gamantang edged along the collar and cuffs with emerald lace||198,440|
|A delicate sign reads: "S'Kra Mur who purchase these excellent silk gamantangs will find that they are superbly cut to accentuate the natural grace with which they dance." (Ed Note: These can be worn by non-S'Kra, but non-S'Kra cannot use the verbs.|
A wooden plaque reads: "Aspiring dancers of all races will find these items useful. Men would be advised to purchase the sashes on the brass hooks. Women will be better suited to use the scarves on the silver hooks."
|On the low shelf|
|angular electrum aggahhpel adorned with dark serpentine jade beads||57,728|
|curved gold aggahhpel with dangling shards of polished sunstone||55,924|
|twisted silver aggahhpel surmounted by a ring of faceted ruby spires||58,630|
|wide-linked platinum aggahhpel set with three large black opals||62,238|
|Only S'Kra Mur can wear these items.|
Hhtuassa says, "Khiynit 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."