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The chances of a Sin'dorei being truly comfortable in Orgrimmar were about as great as the amount of money he had on hand to purchase things that Orcs couldn't even imagine the uses of. Oils and perfumes, those were easy for the Orcs to get. But the simple fact that, no, one pillow is not as good as another, and silk just is not interchangeable with satin no matter how much you insist they're the same thing, seemed to inexplicably elude every Orc in the city. Still, comfort to Dhein was at best a secondary priority.
His first priority upon entering the city was to find the first room available and move the plant into it. He insisted on this haste beacause, out of all the things they knew about the plant, was that it exuded a palpable and detectable power that skilled practitioners of certain magics would be able to track down if given time. And Dhein, being a Warlock, knew off the top of his head that there was a whole nest of Warlocks living in Ragefire Chasm that he wanted absolutely nothing to do with.
The room he secured was a room in only the strictest sense, as if the Orcs that ran the "inn" didn't even know what doors were. He had to secure the entire upper floor of the building, as the lower floor was full of bunks which were rented out to massive men of horribly unsatisfactory hygiene. Taking well to any kind of shelter, even if it was wooden walls and wooden floors and improbably irregular metal joists, Dhein at once beckoned Antimony and Aztal up with the plant and began his work isolating the magical energies of the plant.
This was done using the same method as before: Adam's fingers, dust, and Fel energies. The lack of a door made the work awkward for him since he couldn't be sure of their privacy. He'd left instructions not to be disturbed, but, who knew what Orcs heard when a Sin'dorei and Forsaken made such a request.
"We'll have to secure some sort of long-term, and more private place for you to do your research." Dhein said to Antimony as he placed a dust-covered corpse finger near the ramp that lead down. "Where do you live, by the way? Is it Undercity? I don't think I've ever asked."