Sigil. Session XXXXVIII
Saturday, 9 May, 2009
6th day of Unity, State of Order, YFHR 128
We step through the portal and exit into a square room with four doors. On the floor is a red moasic covering only the lower quarter of the room. We open the door to the south and enter into a much larger oom holding bookshelves and 8 desks. It’s a scriptorium of sorts.
After a few minutes in the new room, the doors close automatically and Eki feels nauseated. When we open the door that we came in through – there’s a brick wall beyond. We examine the room. It looks as though the scholars just up and left. The writings on the desks are in an older form of planar common.
The north wall is covered in scroll pigeon holes. The west wall holds a bookshelf. There’s a large ink stain against one wall. The ink at the desks has solidified, and the quills are brittle; but the paper is still good. There is no dust nor any smell of decay common with old writings.