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Caislin Hallows vs. Naiser Vale : This is a tale of two villages one of medieval, one of modern. While there is a mysterious fog that connects them where the water divides.

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A catch all shop



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2 Oy, it's my shop! on Tue Jul 06, 2010 8:05 pm

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Overton is a two story catch all shop. A customer can find almost anything on its many shelves, though some of the older items are hidden beneath a layer of dust. Not even the owner knows the full extent of his inventory. An abundance of barrels and shelving units organize the floor space into crude aisles, though some can lead a wandering customer to a dead end. Dust has gathered on both the shelves and the wooden floor, where a lack of frequent shuffling of the soles of customers’ boots doesn’t keep it from settling. Larger and more unusual items are kept on the second floor of the build, accessible by a rickety staircase at the center of the main room. The main room of the shop has the only entrance for the shop and also has doors leading into other, smaller rooms on the first floor. Behind the counter, upon which an old fashioned metal register sits with a bell beside it to ring for service if the owner isn’t present, is a heavy birch wood door that is often kept shut that leads to the owners office and living quarters. There is another door leading outside from the owner’s rooms, but it is always kept locked.

(To use the shop, create a new thread with your character entering the shop and Seamus will respond to you in that thread or join an already active shop thread.)

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