Before I begin..
I've always liked the names Strolen had given to the different parts of the Citadel's forum. The idea for this one came from the time I've spent in chat and around the forums. I don't know if there are any other "Citadel" subs out there that describe this place. It is a roleplaying resource after all, so what the hell, right?
Depending on the time of day, or night, one is likely to find a few patrons in this well lit, if not a little quiet room. Although the quiet is sometimes needed to help us think, but there are other rooms for that! This is a room where the scribes of the Citadel gather, mainly on the evenings, to discuss talk about nearly every topic imaginable (and even some that aren't!)Elegant drapes with dragons embroidered onto them hang down the walls, and shelves stacked with scrolls and the occasional tome run along the wall. The only breaks being the heavy wood and iron door, and the hearth with its blazing fire.
Regardless, it is always lit, its warmth giving the room a very cozy feeling, with no-one ever feeling the need to wrap up warm. However it has been known for scribes to crack open a bottle to lighten the mood, loosen tongues, and give inspiration a little helping hand!
Upon first glance, the fireplace looks just like any other. Closer inspection will reveal words, phrases and some passages of text, scratched into the wood for eternity.
Although it hasn't yet been proven (or disproven for that matter!), many would argue that the fire has some magical/mystical element to it. Something that sparks conversation in those sitting near it and engaging in conversation. Where what one may consider to be just another meaningless phrase suddenly sparks an idea in another, driven to then discuss it while scrawling notes.
No matter what happens, what you think is more important, or however handsome he may be. You must always keep this fire lit girl, and don't you ever forget it!
You may not understand me now, but in time you too will realise the importance of this here room..
Additional Ideas (1)
-Certain corners of the room have permanent cone of silence cast on them to hide the quietest whisper to the loudest yell. Doesn't protect anybody from lip reading though. Could be a spell or an item on the shell. The inability to search leaves it a mystery how it is done.