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Jobasha's Odd Books and the Bistro Next Door . This is a remake of an old MOC, Jobasha's Odd Books and the Bistro Next Door. . The old MOC can be found here: Link That one was made two years ago, so I figured Jobasha could use a new bookstore, and the old Bistro especially looks kind of bland. Jobasha the Cat is very happy about having his bookstore right next to one of the city's busiest food establishments. It brings in more customers and Jobasha gets to meet all varieties of interesting people. Jobasha's Odd Books is specialized in accounts on the occult and old writings about unexplainable magic and so forth. Jobasha will have the answer to anything science can't explain. Another enlightened customer leaves the shop Close-up of the front of the building. Even closer look at the Bistro's top floor. And one of Jobasha's upper floors. Strange plans are in motion on the rooftops. Mindcorp would like to deny all involvement. The loading door at the back of Jobasha's shop. Homeless man is homeless. Woohoo all the floors open up, let's have a look inside! Jobasha's ground floor has a loading pit where his big door opens up to the back, some recently delivered boxes are still there, Jobasha hasn't had time to go through them yet. If you have any questions that are bothering you, Jobasha's is the place to go: not only does Jobasha know a lot, his frequent customers are more than knowledgable as well. Aliencat, Mr. Hammersmith and Professor Neilsworth are discussing one of Jobasha's more recent finds. This is Jobasha's little apartment above the bookstore. It's too small to fit a kitchen, so he usually eats next door. The Bistro's kitchen is on the ground floor, customers don't normally come in here, the stairs in front lead to the first floor up. Chef Micah is sampling some of his creations. The first actual floor of the Bistro where guests can sit and eat has a tan tiled floor. The second floor has a fancy blue wall. And the top floor is an open terrace with some vines over it. Jobasha still doesn't like rude waiters. Link Thanks for viewing!


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