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2020

a faded green canvas tent, [Map Room 34], Lich #26509, go green tent

Bloodlet It Go, Triage

[Bloodlet It Go, Triage - 27495]
A line of hard wooden chairs is set against one wall of this spacious tent, directly across from an embroidered tapestry. One corner is occupied by a round wicker basket and a tall fireleaf cabinet, its battered, fiery-hued doors open wide to display several items of hanging clothing. The wind periodically causes the canvas walls of the tent to ripple, sending the coppery scent of blood flowing through the space.
Obvious exits: north, out
prominent wooden sign
Welcome to Bloodlet It Go If you are here for triage, please feel free to sit on the chairs provided to wait your turn. For those here to browse, the items in the cabinet are most comfortable and practical for any healer. The satchel and kit do not bundle herbs, but they do look fancy when you stow any potions, tinctures, herbs, or the bandages sold in the next room. The vasculums are meant to securely store delicate medicinal plants you may find on your travels and will look nice when opened or closed; they are available in belt and shoulder worn varieties for your convenience. ~Deloras

In the tall fireleaf cabinet you see: a starched white linen apron pleated into crisp folds, a bloodstained canvas apron with wide reinforced pockets, a plain short-sleeved linen shirt dyed a uniform green hue, a bloodstained white cotton undershirt, a long white linen coat with an herb-patterned front pocket and a structured green canvas pack covered in various pockets.

a starched white linen apron pleated into crisp folds Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
front-worn
functional
50,000
a bloodstained canvas apron with wide reinforced pockets Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
front-worn
functional
50,000
a plain short-sleeved linen shirt dyed a uniform green hue Weight: <1 pound chest-worn 25,000
a bloodstained white cotton undershirt Weight: <1 pound layerable 25,000
a long white linen coat with an herb-patterned front pocket Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Very large (80-99)
cloak-worn
functional
75,000
a structured green canvas pack covered in various pockets Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Very large (80-99)
back-worn
functional
75,000

In the round wicker basket you see: a compact leather herbalist's satchel, a square ombre first aid kit dyed in varying verdant hues, a flat tin vasculum with a single ivy-embossed leather strap and a square vasculum etched with a swirl of windblown leaves.

a compact leather herbalist's satchel Weight: 4 pounds
Pocketed: Slightly large (40-49)
shoulder/back-worn
functional
50,000
a square ombre first aid kit dyed in varying verdant hues Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
belt-worn
functional
50,000
a flat tin vasculum with a single ivy-embossed leather strap Weight: 4 pounds
Pocketed: Slightly large (40-49)
shoulder/back-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
This item may be altered by a talented merchant, though it must make sense for the manner in which the vasculum is opened and closed. A small handful of merchants may also be willing and able to customize the manner in which you open and close the vasculum.
50,000
a square vasculum etched with a swirl of windblown leaves Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
belt-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
This item may be altered by a talented merchant, though it must make sense for the manner in which the vasculum is opened and closed. A small handful of merchants may also be willing and able to customize the manner in which you open and close the vasculum.
50,000

, [Map Room #], Lich# 27495, north

Bloodlet It Go, Treatment

[Bloodlet It Go, Treatment - 27496]
Bloodstains, some of them fresh and some old, cover the floor surrounding a padded black leather chair with wide arms, as well as the stool settled next to it. An iron-hinged wooden supply chest, its heavy lid thrown open to display the contents within, sits near a low mahogany table covered in medicinal teas. An embroidered tapestry hangs prominently on one wall of the tent, the fabric swaying with every movement of the canvas. Segmenting off a small section near the back of the tent is a bloodstained linen curtain, its edges slightly tattered from heavy use.
Obvious exits: south
embroidered tapestry
Balance your humors. It's no laughing matter.

On the low mahogany table you see: a cup of ephlox-infused tea, a cup of aloeas-infused tea, a cup of pothinir-infused tea, a cup of calamia-infused tea, a cup of brostheras-infused tea, a cup of wingstem-infused tea and a cup of sovyn-infused tea.

a cup of ephlox-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Limb Repair II
20 quaffs
3,250
a cup of aloeas-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Head Repair II
20 quaffs
3,500
a cup of pothinir-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Organ Repair II
20 quaffs
4,000
a cup of calamia-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Limb Repair IV
10 quaffs
6,500
a cup of brostheras-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Head Repair IV
10 quaffs
9,000
a cup of wingstem-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Organ Repair IV
10 quaffs
10,500
a cup of sovyn-infused tea Weight: <1 pound Limb Regeneration
10 quaffs
14,000

In the iron-hinged wooden supply chest you see: a large roll of linen, a small roll of linen, a squat iron fleam with a sharp forked tip, a thin steel lancet with a razor sharp edge, a wide-mouthed jar made from murky bubble-filled glass, a thin clear glass vial with a round cork stopper, a spherical frosted glass bottle bound in a webbing of silk, a faceted crystal jar and a folded parchment note.

folded parchment note
* You can TEAR the rolls of linen to make individual bandages. Each bandage can have tinctures or infused herbal teas POURed on them to soak up their healing properties. Then, just TEND the wound WITH the bandage to apply the healing power of the herbal infusion to your patient. You can ROLL the bandage to apply externally or PULL to wrap the bandage securely before applying. * The fleam and lancet are useful for bloodletting and let you look fancy while doing it. * The jars contain special leeches I have bred specifically for bloodletting. I will be around to enrich the contents to allow you to get more leeches daily, as well as add different varieties of leeches to your jars.
a large roll of linen Weight: <1 pound 50,000
a small roll of linen Weight: <1 pound 20,000
a squat iron fleam with a sharp forked tip Weight: <1 pound 15,000
a thin steel lancet with a razor sharp edge Weight: <1 pound 15,000
a wide-mouthed jar made from murky bubble-filled glass Weight: <1 pound belt-worn Bloodletting Leech Jar
examine
Examine:
Constructed of thick murky bubble-filled glass, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100,000
a thin clear glass vial with a round cork stopper Weight: <1 pound belt-worn Bloodletting Leech Jar
examine
Examine:
Constructed of thick transparent glass, this vial is well made and sturdy. A round cork stopper secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the vial, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100,000
a spherical frosted glass bottle bound in a webbing of silk Weight: <1 pound belt-worn Bloodletting Leech Jar
examine
Examine:
Constructed of thick frosted glass, this bottle is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced braided silk thread wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the bottle, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100,000
a faceted crystal jar Weight: <1 pound belt-worn Bloodletting Leech Jar
examine
Examine:
Constructed of thick transparent crystal, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100,000


2019

a faded green canvas tent, [Map Room 34], Lich #26509, go green tent

Bloodlet It Go, Triage

[Bloodlet It Go, Triage - 27495]
A line of hard wooden chairs is set against one wall of this spacious tent, directly across from an embroidered tapestry. One corner is occupied by a round wicker basket and a tall fireleaf cabinet, its battered, fiery-hued doors open wide to display several items of hanging clothing. The wind periodically causes the canvas walls of the tent to ripple, sending the coppery scent of blood flowing through the space.
Obvious exits: north, out
Welcome to Bloodlet It Go
If you are here for triage, please feel free to sit on the chairs provided to wait your turn.
For those here to browse, the items in the cabinet are most comfortable and practical for any healer.
The satchel and kit do not bundle herbs, but they do look fancy when you stow any potions, tinctures, herbs or the bandages sold in the next room.
The vasculums are meant to securely store delicate medicinal plants you may find on your travels and will look nice when opened or closed; they are available in belt and shoulder worn varieties for your convenience.
~Deloras

In the tall fireleaf cabinet you see:

a bloodstained white cotton undershirt Weight: <1 pound layerable 25000
a tailored square-necked linen shirt with rolled sleeves Weight: <1 pound chest-worn 25000
a fitted jacket with anatomical bone patterns on each sleeve Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Very large (80-99)
any number of items
cloak-worn
functional
75000
a rigid dark green knapsack with a single asymmetrical strap Weight: 8 pounds
Pocketed: Very large (80-99)
any number of items
back-worn
functional
75000
a thick canvas apron covered in bloodstains down the front Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
front-worn
analyze
Analyze:
You can tell that the apron is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
50000
a starched white linen apron with a plethora of pockets Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
front-worn
analyze
Analyze:
You can tell that the apron is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
50000

In the round wicker basket you see:

a compact steel vasculum dyed in a gradient of verdant hues Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
This item may be altered by a talented merchant, though it must make sense for the manner in which the vasculum is opened and closed. A small handful of merchants may also be willing and able to customize the manner in which you open and close the vasculum.
You can tell that the vasculum is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
50000
a moss-hued herb satchel embroidered with a mosaic of leaves Weight: 4 pounds
Pocketed: Slightly large (40-49)
any number of items
shoulder/back-worn
functional
50000
a lacquered oak first aid kit colored in warm honeyed tones Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
You can tell that the kit is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
50000
a cylindrical tin vasculum with a wide braided leather strap Weight: 4 pounds
Pocketed: Slightly large (40-49)
any number of items
shoulder/back-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
This item may be altered by a talented merchant, though it must make sense for the manner in which the vasculum is opened and closed. A small handful of merchants may also be willing and able to customize the manner in which you open and close the vasculum.
50000

, [Map Room #], Lich# 27495, north

Bloodlet It Go, Treatment

[Bloodlet It Go, Treatment - 27496]
Bloodstains, some of them fresh and some old, cover the floor surrounding a padded black leather chair with wide arms, as well as the stool settled next to it. An iron-hinged wooden supply chest, its heavy lid thrown open to display the contents within, sits near a low mahogany table covered in medicinal teas. An embroidered tapestry hangs prominently on one wall of the tent, the fabric swaying with every movement of the canvas. Segmenting off a small section near the back of the tent is a bloodstained linen curtain, its edges slightly tattered from heavy use.
Obvious exits: south
Balance your humours.  It's no laughing matter.

On the low mahogany table you see:

a cup of sovyn-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 14000
a cup of dark tea infused with bur-clover Weight: <1 pound 12500
a cup of wingstem-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 10500
a cup of brostheras-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 9000
a cup of woth-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 7500
a cup of calamia-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 6500
a cup of talneo-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 5000
a cup of haphip-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 5000
a cup of torban-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 4500
a cup of cactacae-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 4500
a cup of pothinir-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 4000
a cup of aloeas-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 3500
a cup of bolmara-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 3500
a cup of ephlox-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 3250
a cup of basal-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 1500
a cup of dark tea infused with rose-marrow Weight: <1 pound 1000
a cup of wolifrew-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 900
a cup of ambrominas-infused tea Weight: <1 pound 750

In the iron-hinged wooden supply chest you see:

a blackened iron lancet Weight: <1 pound 15000
a double-edged steel fleam Weight: <1 pound 15000
a serrated iron fleam with a curved tip Weight: <1 pound 15000
a straight steel lancet polished to a mirror shine Weight: <1 pound 15000
an old yellowed glass jar Weight: <1 pound belt-worn
analyze, show description
Analyze:
~Bloodletting Leech Jar~
This jar holds leeches meant for bloodletting.
Currently, this jar can only produce 1 leech daily.
Today, you've pulled 0 leeches.
You will find the following will do something special on this jar: WEAR, REMOVE, TURN, PULL
You can use INSPECT to see what types of leeches are available.
~Alterations~
The 15/15/15 and long description of this jar can be changed freely. A show is not possible.
Please keep in mind that the noun can change, but should be something feasible to have a lid and be made of glass (jar, bottle, etc.)
Special merchants can improve your jar in the following ways:
* Add more potential leech designs that can be PULLed. (Premade)
* Add a completely custom leech design that can be PULLed.
* Increase the amount of leeches able to be PULLed daily to a max of 3.
~Customization~
* Material Color and Type: yellowed glass
Note: materials can only be glass, crystal or glaesine.
Description of the color should not make it seem completely opaque, as messaging indicates being able to see the liquid inside.
* Lid: lid
Note: this should be a 'lid' or 'top' of some sort.
* Wrapping Material: twine
This is the interwoven netting wrapping/encasing the jar.

Show:
Constructed of thick yellowed glass, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100000
a wide-mouthed glass jar Weight: <1 pound belt-worn
analyze, show description
Analyze:
~Bloodletting Leech Jar~
This jar holds leeches meant for bloodletting.
Currently, this jar can only produce 1 leech daily.
Today, you've pulled 0 leeches.
You will find the following will do something special on this jar: WEAR, REMOVE, TURN, PULL
You can use INSPECT to see what types of leeches are available.
~Alterations~
The 15/15/15 and long description of this jar can be changed freely. A show is not possible.
Please keep in mind that the noun can change, but should be something feasible to have a lid and be made of glass (jar, bottle, etc.)
Special merchants can improve your jar in the following ways:
* Add more potential leech designs that can be PULLed. (Premade)
* Add a completely custom leech design that can be PULLed.
* Increase the amount of leeches able to be PULLed daily to a max of 3.
~Customization~
* Material Color and Type: transparent glass
Note: materials can only be glass, crystal or glaesine.
Description of the color should not make it seem completely opaque, as messaging indicates being able to see the liquid inside.
* Lid: lid
Note: this should be a 'lid' or 'top' of some sort.
* Wrapping Material: twine
This is the interwoven netting wrapping/encasing the jar.

Show:
Constructed of thick transparent glass, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100000
a slender crystal jar wrapped in a webbing of spidersilk Weight: <1 pound belt-worn
analyze, show description
Analyze:
~Bloodletting Leech Jar~
This jar holds leeches meant for bloodletting.
Currently, this jar can only produce 1 leech daily.
Today, you've pulled 0 leeches.
You will find the following will do something special on this jar: WEAR, REMOVE, TURN, PULL
You can use INSPECT to see what types of leeches are available.
~Alterations~
The 15/15/15 and long description of this jar can be changed freely. A show is not possible.
Please keep in mind that the noun can change, but should be something feasible to have a lid and be made of glass (jar, bottle, etc.)
Special merchants can improve your jar in the following ways:
* Add more potential leech designs that can be PULLed. (Premade)
* Add a completely custom leech design that can be PULLed.
* Increase the amount of leeches able to be PULLed daily to a max of 3.
~Customization~
* Material Color and Type: transparent crystal
Note: materials can only be glass, crystal or glaesine.
Description of the color should not make it seem completely opaque, as messaging indicates being able to see the liquid inside.
* Lid: lid
Note: this should be a 'lid' or 'top' of some sort.
* Wrapping Material: spidersilk
This is the interwoven netting wrapping/encasing the jar.

Show:
Constructed of thick transparent crystal, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced spidersilk wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100000
a smooth glaesine jar with a polished bronze lid Weight: <1 pound belt-worn
analyze, show description
Analyze:
~Bloodletting Leech Jar~
This jar holds leeches meant for bloodletting.
Currently, this jar can only produce 1 leech daily.
Today, you've pulled 0 leeches.
You will find the following will do something special on this jar: WEAR, REMOVE, TURN, PULL
You can use INSPECT to see what types of leeches are available.
~Alterations~
The 15/15/15 and long description of this jar can be changed freely. A show is not possible.
Please keep in mind that the noun can change, but should be something feasible to have a lid and be made of glass (jar, bottle, etc.)
Special merchants can improve your jar in the following ways:
* Add more potential leech designs that can be PULLed. (Premade)
* Add a completely custom leech design that can be PULLed.
* Increase the amount of leeches able to be PULLed daily to a max of 3.
~Customization~
* Material Color and Type: transparent glaesine
Note: materials can only be glass, crystal or glaesine.
Description of the color should not make it seem completely opaque, as messaging indicates being able to see the liquid inside.
* Lid: polished bronze lid
Note: this should be a 'lid' or 'top' of some sort.
* Wrapping Material: twine
This is the interwoven netting wrapping/encasing the jar.

Show:
Constructed of thick transparent glaesine, this jar is well made and sturdy. A polished bronze lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100000
a squat glass jar filled with murky liquid Weight: <1 pound belt-worn
analyze, show description
Analyze:
~Bloodletting Leech Jar~
This jar holds leeches meant for bloodletting.
Currently, this jar can only produce 1 leech daily.
Today, you've pulled 0 leeches.
You will find the following will do something special on this jar: WEAR, REMOVE, TURN, PULL
You can use INSPECT to see what types of leeches are available.
~Alterations~
The 15/15/15 and long description of this jar can be changed freely. A show is not possible.
Please keep in mind that the noun can change, but should be something feasible to have a lid and be made of glass (jar, bottle, etc.)
Special merchants can improve your jar in the following ways:
* Add more potential leech designs that can be PULLed. (Premade)
* Add a completely custom leech design that can be PULLed.
* Increase the amount of leeches able to be PULLed daily to a max of 3.
~Customization~
* Material Color and Type: transparent glass
Note: materials can only be glass, crystal or glaesine.
Description of the color should not make it seem completely opaque, as messaging indicates being able to see the liquid inside.
* Lid: lid
Note: this should be a 'lid' or 'top' of some sort.
* Wrapping Material: twine
This is the interwoven netting wrapping/encasing the jar.

Show:
Constructed of thick transparent glass, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100000
a tall twine-wrapped jar made from rippled pale blue glass Weight: <1 pound belt-worn
analyze, show description
Analyze:
~Bloodletting Leech Jar~
This jar holds leeches meant for bloodletting.
Currently, this jar can only produce 1 leech daily.
Today, you've pulled 0 leeches.
You will find the following will do something special on this jar: WEAR, REMOVE, TURN, PULL
You can use INSPECT to see what types of leeches are available.
~Alterations~
The 15/15/15 and long description of this jar can be changed freely. A show is not possible.
Please keep in mind that the noun can change, but should be something feasible to have a lid and be made of glass (jar, bottle, etc.)
Special merchants can improve your jar in the following ways:
* Add more potential leech designs that can be PULLed. (Premade)
* Add a completely custom leech design that can be PULLed.
* Increase the amount of leeches able to be PULLed daily to a max of 3.
~Customization~
* Material Color and Type: rippled pale blue glass
Note: materials can only be glass, crystal or glaesine.
Description of the color should not make it seem completely opaque, as messaging indicates being able to see the liquid inside.
* Lid: lid
Note: this should be a 'lid' or 'top' of some sort.
* Wrapping Material: twine
This is the interwoven netting wrapping/encasing the jar.

Show:
Constructed of thick rippled pale blue glass, this jar is well made and sturdy. A lid secures the top, while a webbing of interlaced twine wraps around the sides and bottom to secure it into a belt loop. Murky liquid of an indeterminate color fills the jar, making it difficult to see exact details of what's inside.
100000
a large roll of linen Weight: <1 pound 50000
a small roll of linen Weight: <1 pound 20000
folded parchment note

In the Common language, it reads:
* You can TEAR the rolls of linen to make individual bandages.
Each bandage can have tinctures or infused herbal teas POURed on them to soak up their healing properties.
Then, just TEND the wound WITH the bandage to apply the healing power of the herbal infusion to your patient.
You can ROLL the bandage to apply externally or PULL to wrap the bandage securely before applying.
* The fleam and lancet are useful for bloodletting and let you look fancy while doing it.
* The jars contain special leeches I have bred specifically for bloodletting.
I will be around to enrich the contents to allow you to get more leeches daily, as well as add different varieties of leeches to your jars.


2018

a faded green canvas tent, [Map Room 34], Lich #26509, go green tent

Bloodlet it Go, Triage

[Bloodlet it Go, Triage] RNUM: 27495
A line of hard wooden chairs is set against one wall of this spacious tent, directly across from an embroidered tapestry. One corner is occupied by a tall fireleaf cabinet, its battered fiery-hued doors open wide to display several items of hanging clothing. The wind periodically causes the canvas walls of the tent to ripple, sending the coppery scent of blood flowing through the space.
Obvious exits: north, out
Welcome to Bloodlet it Go
If you are here for triage, please feel free to sit on the chairs provided to wait your turn.
For those here to browse, the items in the cabinet are most comfortable and practical for any healer.
The satchel and kit do not bundle herbs, but they do look fancy when you stow any potions, tinctures, herbs or the bandages sold in the next room.
~Deloras

In the tall fireleaf cabinet you see:

a slim maple first aid kit colored in fiery hues Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
25000
a reinforced canvas herb satchel with a bloodstained flap Pocketed: Slightly large (40-49)
any number of items
shoulder/back-worn
functional
25000
a blood-spattered dark green canvas rucksack Pocketed: Very large (80-99)
any number of items
back-worn
functional
30000
a tailored moss green coat with wide blood-speckled sleeves Pocketed: Very large (80-99)
any number of items
cloak-worn
functional
30000
some bloodstained white leather pants Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn 15000
a trailing white linen skirt with a ragged bloodstained hem Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a couple of items of very small size
leg-worn 15000
a delicate waistchain of linked copper sovyn cloves waist-worn 10000
a braided leather belt buckled with a bronze acantha leaf waist-worn 10000

Bloodlet it Go, Treatment

[Bloodlet it Go, Treatment] RNUM: 27496
Bloodstains, some of them fresh and some old, cover the floor surrounding a padded black leather chair with wide arms and the stool settled next to it. An iron-hinged wooden supply chest, its heavy lid thrown open to display the contents within, sits near a low mahogany table covered in medicinal teas. An embroidered tapestry hangs prominently on one wall of the tent, the fabric swaying with every movement of the canvas. Segmenting off a small section near the back of the tent is a bloodstained linen curtain, its edges slightly tattered from heavy use.
Obvious exits: south
You can TEAR the rolls of linen to make individual bandages.
Each bandage can have tinctures or infused herbal teas POURed on them to soak up their healing properties.
Then, just TEND the wound WITH the bandage to apply the healing power of the herbal infusion to your patient.
You can ROLL the bandage to apply externally or PULL to wrap the bandage securely before applying.
The fleams and lancets are useful for bloodletting and let you look fancy while doing it.
The bile protects you against poison.

The saliva protects you against disease.
Balance your humours.  It's no laughing matter.

On the low mahogany table you see:

a cup of sovyn-infused tea 14000
a cup of dark tea infused with bur-clover 12500
a cup of wingstem-infused tea 10500
a cup of brostheras-infused tea 9000
a cup of woth-infused tea 7500
a cup of calamia-infused tea 6500
a cup of talneo-infused tea 5000
a cup of haphip-infused tea 5000
a cup of torban-infused tea 4500
a cup of cactacae-infused tea 4500
a cup of pothinir-infused tea 4000
a cup of aloeas-infused tea 3500
a cup of bolmara-infused tea 3500
a cup of ephlox-infused tea 3250
a cup of basal-infused tea 1500
a cup of dark tea infused with rose-marrow 1000
a cup of wolifrew-infused tea 900
a cup of ambrominas-infused tea 750

In the iron-hinged wooden supply chest you see:

a sharp steel lancet 8500
a gleaming steel fleam with a sharply tapered point 8500
a short iron lancet with a finely honed edge 8500
a rusted iron fleam 8500
a large roll of linen 50000
a small roll of linen 20000
a slim vial of blood-infused bile 10000
a squat glass of phlegm-laced saliva 9000