Section 3(d) - Scenery
The piles of machinery are scenery in Du Monde's. The description of the piles of machinery is "All manner of mechanical items litter every free space on the shop floor. It is crowded, and difficult to fathom, but there seems to be some method to the organizer's madness." Instead of doing something other than examining to the piles of machinery, say "The piles seem a perilous place to go poking about - they look as if they might fall at any moment."
The counter is scenery in Du Monde's. The counter is a supporter. The description of the counter is "A tall counter that runs almost the length of the shop."
The rows of drawers are scenery in Du Monde's. The description of the rows of drawers is "Narrow drawers, like those seen in an apothecary shop, line the wall behind the counter from floor to ceiling. On closer inspection, the drawers are labeled in English, with phrases like 'Gauge 3' and '2 cm', but the handwriting is so wild that it is unrecognizable from a distance." Instead of doing something other than examining to the rows of drawers, say "[if Du Monde is alive]'Sorry, sir. The counter area is for staff only, and by that I mean me. Can I help you find something?'[otherwise]While the drawers are filled with countless small instruments, none of them seem of particular use." Understand "drawer" as the drawers.