Reinventing the Wheel (2)

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Reinventing the Wheel
Festival Hollow Eve Festival 410, Hollow Eve Festival 414, Hollow Eve Festival 417
# of Rooms 3
Store Type Trader shops
This store only accepts Dokoras

[Reinventing the Wheel, Entry]
The aromas of hay and wood are very strong in the small entryway. Rough cedar planks, comprising the shop's floor, creak beneath the movements of customers. Two small bales of hay have been used to anchor a large wagon wheel on its end across from the entrance.
You also see a wheel-shaped door leading out.
Obvious exits: west.


[Reinventing the Wheel, West Room]
Two circular display boards, painted to resemble wagon wheels, have been mounted upon the walls. Various images of available merchandise have been placed within the spokes of each display.
You also see a small alcove, a large billboard with some writing on it, a small display board with several things on it and a large display board with several things on it.
Obvious exits: east.


A large billboard reads:

You can view our work by EXAMining the artwork mounted on the large and small display boards.  
Traders are welcome to ORDER the design that is desired and we will complete it as soon as possible.
On the small display board
Item Price Done
bright watercolor - You see a small metal plate that could be attached to the back of a caravan. It reads "Licensed to Trade.". 81,360   
mahogany woodburning - You see a small metal plate that could be attached to the back of a caravan. It reads "Only 387 More Payments to Go!". 81,360   
charcoal drawing - You see a small metal plate that could be attached to the back of a caravan. It reads "This Caravan Protected by Vicious Yaks!". 81,360   
cherry-framed depiction - You see a small metal plate that could be attached to the back of a caravan. It reads "Five More Years to Retirement!". 81,360   
painted canvas - You see a small metal plate that could be attached to the back of a caravan. It reads "Beware the Spitting Sithannik!". 81,360   
On the large display board
Item Price Done
maple-framed sketch - You tap the sketch and you see an ironwood caravan pulled by sleek white sithanniks. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...The caravan's wood looks freshly sanded despite its hardness, its uneven surface suggesting the work was done mostly by harsh sandstorms. Grains of sand are wedged between the tightly-fitted planks of ironwood and are partly covering the roof and seats as well. The sithanniks pulling the caravan seem moody, making a growling-grunting sound at anyone that remotely approaches. 813,604   
large picture - You tap the picture and you see a midnight blue caravan painted with the silhouettes of dancing gypsies. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...Small crystal stars have been set across the upper half of the caravan with a full moon in the upper corner. The lower half consists of dark silhouettes of dancing gypsies with trailing scarves and tambourines. 1,130,206   
oak-framed mural - You tap the mural and you see a moss-covered cedar caravan pulled by a team of massive elk. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...Tiny mushrooms have taken up residence on the damp cedar walls of the caravan, making it look as though it belongs more in the forest than on the road. The impression is only heightened by the presence of the elk, which glance around uncertainly. 813,604   
pine painting - You tap the painting and you see an ebony caravan that appears to be covered in snow. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...Closer inspection reveals that someone has used paint and clay on the caravan's roof to make it appear that it has obtained a blanket of snow. 610,203   
small etching - You tap the etching and you see a mahogany caravan with an arched roof pulled by shaggy aurochs. Taking a few moments to examine it closely reveals more details...Rich mahogany has been carved with decorative plants and flowers along the base of the caravan. However, the team of aurochs seems oblivious to the beauty of their burden, swinging their horned heads back and forth as they search downward for their next meal. 610,203   


[Reinventing the Wheel, Alcove]
Resembling a closet more than a room, there is barely enough space for the pine and oak easels that dominate the area. A small lantern has been hung directly over the easels and sheds just enough light for viewing.
You also see the main room and a large sign with some writing on it.
Obvious exits: none.


A large sign reads:

Traders wishing to remove previous custom work need only place an ORDER from the options on the oak or pine easel here.  
We will do our best to remove it promptly so that you may acquire a new customization in our shop.
On the pine easel
Item Price Done
blank image - Centered in the image is a note that reads "Order from here if you wish to have your custom caravan's plate removed. This is necessary if you wish to choose a new plate for your caravan. Please be careful, choosing this option is not reversible! 180,400   
On the oak easel
Item Price Done
blank canvas - Centered in the canvas is a note that reads "Order from here if you wish to have your custom caravan's exterior stripped down to look like a standard outpost caravan. This is necessary if you wish to choose a new exterior for your caravan. Please be careful, choosing this option is not reversible! 180,400