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  • Kharl closed the door and looked down at the garments-a silksheen silver shirt, black trousers, and a black jacket of fine and soft wool.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • "One time, when I was an apprentice mage, I saw some silksheen scarves in the Market Square."

    Colors of Chaos

  • He'd only seen scarves of silksheen once, but they cost as much as a blade or a mount, some did.

    Colors of Chaos

  • "It all started with the purple cart," Cerryl began, launching into a retelling of the chaos traces, the blood, and the fragment of silksheen.

    Colors of Chaos

  • "We think of silksheen as a fabric because it is soft and beautiful and lasts," Myral said slowly.

    Colors of Chaos

  • Even the silver-haired druids of Naclos, they sent silksheen and the dark lorken wood prized by the Black crafters, prized though it could not be used by those of the way of prosperity and light, and the precious stones found nowhere but in the hidden depths of the Accursed Forest.

    Colors of Chaos

  • "All the silk in the house would not pay for a pair of silksheen gowns."

    Colors of Chaos

  • He studied the fragment, not just cloth - silksheen from Naclos.

    Colors of Chaos

  • He had trouble believing that even the wealthiest of factors would accept silksheen gotten from peacebreakers merely for coins.

    Colors of Chaos

  • "Might not have even been silksheen in the cart," Cerryl hazarded.

    Colors of Chaos

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