The Eminence Room Feels Void
The throne is where a great king sits.

The room feels void, though it has two sets of white marble staircases separated by a series of tall alabaster columns. This alabaster stone is a fine-grained, translucent form of gypsum, typically white, often carved into small ornaments, but for the lavish – dimensions have no limits. The room, from ceiling to floor, is all made of a cream, smooth marble. On the floor appears a circle with a mosaic depicting a large scepter. Ahead of you is an archway of porphyry pillars: these pillars are created with a fine-grained rock with quartz as a natural mixture that blemishes a reddish hue and a glossy display. Sitting empty is a finely carved ebony wood throne.

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