As with everything else in this strangely interdimensional mansion, the small balcony is not so cramped after all. It extends into a full corner surrounding the exterior of the house.
B’litk is surprised by the breadth and quantity of astronomical equipment in the otherwise empty observatory. Several telescopes – reflectors, refractors, and catadioptrics – of different apertures and magnifications line the balcony walls and windows. There are exquisitely decorated theodolites and astrolabes, and a few bronze armillary spheres, probably each representing a unique system of alien celestial bodies.
But above all, there are charts and books: large tomes and even larger drawings of star systems, constellations and their respective mythological stories. Somewhere in all this vast knowledge, B’litk is sure to uncover the location of a time-anchor. The only problem will be to find it.