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The Second Floor

 
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Training Room

On the second floor there is a training room which takes up most of the second floor. It is about the size of a basketball court, which is what they used it for in the evenings. It has a hardwood floor, statues of the gods lining the walls, and a vaulted ceiling with pictures of Ancient Egypt. On the baseline walls, they stuck falcon-headed statues of Ra perpendicular to the floor, ten feet up, and hollowed out their sun-disk crowns so they could use them for basketball hoops. Carter uses the training room for his Magic Problem-Solving 101 class, the trainees call it Whatever Works. His rules to his class are: you can leave once you solve the problem given to you by the instructor (i.e. defeating a clay shabti warrior).
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Infirmary

The infirmary is about the size of the bedrooms. The walls are made out of rough-hewn limestone. Large windows let in the nighttime glow of New York. Cedar cabinets are carefully labeled with medicines, first aid supplies, magical charms, and potions. The room is filled with hospital beds, healing hieroglyphics, enchanted wash cloths, and candles with fire that changes color depending on the patient condition. The only known color is dark orange with the condition being unknown, although it could mean coma since the person they were monitoring was said to be in a coma. Instead of antiseptic, the air smelled of charmed vanilla-scented candles that floated around the room. In one corner stood a fountain with a life-size statue of the lion goddess Sekhmet, patron of healers. The water pouring from Sekhmet's hands is said to cure a cold or a flu instantly and provide most of one's daily vitamins and iron.
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