On Sitting: A Treatise on the Common Chair
This document was located in the back rooms of Thrinda's Arcanium during a seasonal cleaning session. It is unknown who authored it, but it seems to be a recent creation. We have removed large sections for readability.Amongst all the many different species upon our star, from the diminutive halflings to the grotesquely muscular orcs, there is but one pervasive common thread binding us together. Unfortunately, it is not a thread strong enough to stifle the screams of racial war, but it shall have to suffice. All beings capable of thinking yearn for comfort, though that comfort comes in many forms! One form being, obviously, the relief found in sitting down at the end of a long day. There is naught that can compare to the comforting touch of pillow upon rear - though I find myself digressing. Legs are not intended to be used all hours of the day. That is why we developed sleep and rest: that is why chairs were born. But with all of the differences in our beings, the chairs we use also hold significant difference. Allow me to expand on this by focusing on a few of the more widespread species.
Types of Chair discussed in the Treatise
Orcish to be discussed in the future.