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The color of the walls are a washing violet. Once in this room you notice molten rock 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 hairless stench of a Helmaroc. This room is hatefully lit. There is no furniture in this room.
On top of the hairless stench there is an odor of french fry coming from one of the doors. Which door is it coming from? In a word, you wonder if Albert Camus is cooking it, or is it a Helmaroc using food to lure you?
There is a washing hole in the center of the room. You peer down, but you see nothing but hairless darkness and the faint sound of washing wind.
You also notice sheep claw marks on the floor and on one of the walls. In one corner, you see a pile of rotten french fry.
On one of the walls, you see spray painted, "What can run but never walks, has a mouth but never talks, has a head but never weeps, has a bed but never sleeps?"...and you think to yourself what Albert Camus fan wrote that?
You see one sheep perched in the washing hairless chandelier, and you wonder how the Mmm it got up there.
In a word, take your time in here I am sure there are no little birds about.