|"The Raven Addresses the Assembled Animals"|
by Miskin (Mughal India, 1590)
Nothing in this room is for sale.
In fact, many of the textiles in the Audience Room are not even the handiwork of the Weaver family. They are from a thousand different realms, and represent a multitude of different styles. Some have even said that the room has no walls or ceiling - that only the textiles that cover them, and that the carpets piled on the Audience Room floor are layered at least two feet deep. One or two Crookstaff have even speculated that the carpets on the floor are piled in infinite layers.
A number of the carpets and textiles have special qualities. One is a legendary Flying Carpet. One of the hangings is called Gateweaver, because that is what it does. In fact, many of the textiles in the Audience Room are one way gates.
Be careful where you sit.