The charming smell of wet ink and dusty parchment stirs the senses as you step through the open, ornamented, stained-glass door. Wax candles light a pathway through the store, winding past stacked books and loose pages. On each table sits layer after layer of delicately constructed inkwork—masterfully quilled for those in need of language bound and sealed on parchment. Easily scribed spells and elegant world-histories line the front of shop, while intricate glass cabinetry behind the shopkeep’s desk displays the more exquisite items: marvelous tomes and beautifully calligraphed pages too precious to be touched by the greasy palms of wayward patrons who might stumble in off the busy street.



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