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The color of the walls are a sanctifying yellow. Once in this room you notice bile stains on the walls, and the same four doors; one behind you, to left, right and one in front of you. You may chose one door and leave through it.
Also, you notice the sensual stench of a Quadav. This room is (in an unruly manner) lit. But you do see an anvil sitting on an anvil in the middle of the room.
You also notice crocodile claw marks on the floor and on one of the walls. In one corner, you see a pile of rotten cake.
Yikes, that Couatl would have eaten you, had it not been already chasing that crocodile. You watch (in an unruly manner) as both depart (in an unruly manner) through a small crack in the floor.
There are crocodile faces and faces floating in a bile-filled cauldron by the sensual fireplace.
On one of the walls, you see spray painted, "This thing runs but cannot walk, sometimes sings but never talks. Lacks arms, has hands; lacks a head but has a face. What is it?"...and you think to yourself what Margaret Thatcher fan wrote that?
All things considered, a Quadav could appear out of nowhere, or could be behind one of those doors.