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2020

a narrow wooden stall stamped with a champagne bottle, [Map Room 41], Lich #26460, go wooden stall

The Champagne Seller

[The Champagne Seller - 26461]
Against the main wall of this stall, a tall wrought iron rack cradles bottle after bottle of fine champagne. A tall table, topped with black velvet, displays a variety of accessories for sale, while to the side, a slender pedestal offers some light fare for browsing customers.
Obvious exits: out
small notice
We have returned to Caligos Isle with more champagne to commemorate this year's festivities! The sabres can be used to open the bottles. The belt-worn cases are specially designed to carry a bottle and two flutes. Enjoy!

On the tall table you see: a wooden case painted with a whimsical ocean map, a glossy grey lacquered case, a brass-hilted steel scimitar, a rusted iron sabre, an ocean blue crystal flute and a chelioboros-painted glass flute.

a wooden case painted with a whimsical ocean map Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
Prestige Champagne Case 15,000
a glossy grey lacquered case Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
Prestige Champagne Case 15,000
a brass-hilted steel scimitar Weight: 4 pounds scimitar 5,000
a rusted iron sabre Weight: 6 pounds scimitar 5,000
an ocean blue crystal flute Weight: <1 pound Drink Container 5,000
a chelioboros-painted glass flute Weight: <1 pound Drink Container 5,000

On the tall wrought iron rack you see: a bright green champagne bottle painted with a pirate ship and a murky black champagne bottle embossed with a chelioboros.

a bright green champagne bottle painted with a pirate ship Weight: <1 pound Prestige Champagne
writing
Read:
In the Common language, it reads:
Caligos Isle, 5120
2,000
a murky black champagne bottle embossed with a chelioboros Weight: <1 pound Prestige Champagne
writing
Read:
In the Common language, it reads:
Caligos Isle, 5120
2,000

On the slender pedestal you see:
Containers [2]: a plate of large red strawberries, an open bottle of champagne

2019

a narrow wooden stall stamped with a champagne bottle, [Map Room 41], Lich #26460, go stall

Champagne Seller

[The Champagne Seller - 26461]
Against the main wall of this stall, a tall wrought iron rack cradles bottle after bottle of fine champagne. A tall table, topped with black velvet, displays a variety of accessories for sale, while to the side, a slender pedestal offers some light fare for browsing customers.
Obvious exits: out
We have returned to Caligos Isle with more champagne to commemorate this year's festivities!
The sabres can be used to open the bottles.
The belt-worn cases are specially designed to carry a bottle and two flutes.
Enjoy!

On the tall table you see:

a kraken-painted glass flute Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a drink container.
5000
a sea blue crystal flute Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a drink container.
5000
a simple iron sabre Weight: 6 pounds scimitar
show description
Show:
There appears to be something written on it.
5000
a tasseled golden scimitar Weight: 4 pounds scimitar
show description
Show:
There appears to be something written on it.
5000
a sea blue driftwood case Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
You have the sense that merchants can alter this item as long as it remains a case-like item that can hold a champagne bottle and two flutes. Alterations should not describe the interior, as that is already set!
Currently, you can try to OPEN, CLOSE, GET (from), and PUT (in) the driftwood case. Note that only Prestige champagne bottles will fit into the bottle slot. Only "flute" and "glass" and "chalice" and "goblet" items will fit into the flute slots.
15000
a glossy black lacquer case Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
analyze
Analyze:
You have the sense that merchants can alter this item as long as it remains a case-like item that can hold a champagne bottle and two flutes. Alterations should not describe the interior, as that is already set!
Currently, you can try to OPEN, CLOSE, GET (from), and PUT (in) the black lacquer case. Note that only Prestige champagne bottles will fit into the bottle slot. Only "flute" and "glass" and "chalice" and "goblet" items will fit into the flute slots.
15000

On the tall wrought iron rack you see:

a black champagne bottle painted with a menacing kraken Weight: <1 pound
analyze, writing
Analyze:
You get the feeling that most talented merchants are able to alter your champagne bottle, though only champagne can go inside of the bottle, and the item must specifically remain a "bottle." Additionally, some merchants may be able to alter the way the bottle's cork looks and smells.
This bottle is limited in that when it runs out of charges, it will not automatically refill. Endless bottles are extremely difficult to procure.
You sense that you can try to OPEN, POUR, PUSH, and SHAKE your champagne bottle. You can also OPEN your champagne bottle at another person if the bottle is still closed but recently shaken. You can POUR your champagne bottle into an appropriate "glass" or "flute" drink container OR into a "champagne" drink (if the champagne is similar enough).

Read:
In the Common language, it reads:
Caligos Isle, 5119
2000
a mermaid-painted sea blue champagne bottle Weight: <1 pound
analyze, writing
Analyze:
You get the feeling that most talented merchants are able to alter your blue champagne bottle, though only champagne can go inside of the bottle, and the item must specifically remain a "bottle." Additionally, some merchants may be able to alter the way the bottle's cork looks and smells.
This bottle is limited in that when it runs out of charges, it will not automatically refill. Endless bottles are extremely difficult to procure.
You sense that you can try to OPEN, POUR, PUSH, and SHAKE your blue champagne bottle. You can also OPEN your blue champagne bottle at another person if the bottle is still closed but recently shaken. You can POUR your blue champagne bottle into an appropriate "glass" or "flute" drink container OR into a "champagne" drink (if the champagne is similar enough).

Read:
In the Common language, it reads:
Caligos Isle, 5119
2000

On the slender pedestal you see:

a plate of large red strawberries a large ripe red strawberry Thin skin tears beneath your teeth as you bite into the slightly bitter strawberry.
Seeds and pulp blend together in a moist wash of fresh strawberry and bitter juices.
free food
an open bottle of champagne a salt-stained flute of champagne Floral, yet dry, and filled with tiny bubbles that tickle the tongue.
Feathery, delicate, and unassuming.


2018

a narrow wooden stall stamped with a champagne bottle, [Map Room 41], Lich #26460, go stall

[The Champagne Seller] RNUM: 26461
Against the main wall of this stall, a tall wrought iron rack cradles bottle after bottle of fine champagne. A tall table, topped with black velvet, displays a variety of accessories for sale, while to the side, a slender pedestal offers some light fare for browsing customers.
Obvious exits: out
We have returned to Caligos Isle with more champagne to commemorate this year's festivities!
The sabres can be used to open the bottles.
The belt-worn cases are specially designed to carry a bottle and two flutes.
Enjoy!

Prestige Champagne

On the tall table you see:

a brightly painted glass flute 5000
an algae green crystal flute
a hefty iron scimitar scimitar
a tasseled silvery sabre scimitar
a brightly painted white case Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
15000
a small water-logged case

On the tall wrought iron rack you see:

a brightly painted champagne bottle Limited charges 2000
a green champagne bottle in a decorative seaweed netting

On the slender pedestal you see:

a plate of large red strawberries a large ripe red strawberry Thin skin tears beneath your teeth as you bite into the slightly bitter strawberry.
Seeds and pulp blend together in a moist wash of fresh strawberry and bitter juices.
free food
an open bottle of champagne a salt-stained flute of champagne Floral, yet dry, and filled with tiny bubbles that tickle the tongue.
Feathery, delicate, and unassuming.

2017

a narrow wooden stall stamped with a champagne bottle, [Map Room 41], Lich #26460, go wooden stall (Western Slope)

[The Champagne Seller]
Against the main wall of this stall, a tall wrought iron rack cradles bottle after bottle of fine champagne. A tall table, topped with black velvet, displays a variety of accessories for sale, while to the side, a slender pedestal offers some light fare for browsing customers.
Obvious exits: out
This fine champagne was specially commissioned to celebrate the discovery of Caligos Isle!
The sabres can be used to open the bottles.
The belt-worn cases are specially designed to carry a bottle and two flutes.
Enjoy!

Prestige Champagne

In the tall table you see:

a salt-stained glass flute Drink container 5000
a shell-styled crystal flute Drink container 5000
a corroded iron scimitar scimitar 5000
a salt-stained silvery sabre scimitar 5000
a tessellated white and blue seashell case Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
15000
a small driftwood case with a frayed rope handle Pocketed: VSA (<2-4)
a few items
belt-worn
functional
15000

In the tall wrought iron rack you see:

a salt-stained glass champagne bottle Limited charges 2000
a green champagne bottle in a decorative seaweed netting Limited charges 2000

On the slender pedestal you see:

a plate of large red strawberries a large ripe red strawberry Thin skin tears beneath your teeth as you bite into the slightly bitter strawberry.
Seeds and pulp blend together in a moist wash of fresh strawberry and bitter juices.
an open bottle of champagne a salt-stained flute of champagne Floral, yet dry, and filled with tiny bubbles that tickle the tongue.
Feathery, delicate, and unassuming.