Much like pipes, cigars are available to those smokers in a variety of flavors and have been found in Thurl's Leaf and Drink in Kharam Dzu as well as other special event venues. Unlike pipes, cigars require the use of a match from a matchbook in order to be properly lit.
You analyze your rolled ebon cigar and sense that there is no recorded information on that item. It may or may not be able to be worked on by a merchant alterer.
|You inhale deeply on the cigar. The area fills with a spiced rum smoke.||XXX inhales deeply on her cigar as she lights it. The area fills with a spiced rum smoke.|
|PULL|| Drawing lightly on the cigar, you are rewarded with a flavorful bouquet of aromas.
You purse your lips and blow a stream of smoke out between them.
| XXX draws lightly on her cigar.|
XXX purses her lips and blows a stream of smoke out between them.
| You put the cigar to your lips and puff lightly, letting the spiced rum aroma surround you.
You purse your lips and blow a stream of spiced rum smoke out.
| XXX puts her cigar to her lips and puffs lightly, a spiced rum aroma surrounding her.|
XXX purses her lips and blows out a stream of spiced rum smelling smoke.
| Taking short puffs off your cigar, each inhalation changes the overall flavor on your tongue.
Parting your lips in a taut oval, you blow the spiced rum smoke out in a steady stream that floats up to hang in a cloud before you.
| XXX's takes a few short puffs from her rolled ebon cigar.|
XXX parts her lips and blows a steady stream of spiced rum smoke into the air before her.
| Puffing slowly on your cigar, you roll the smoke over your tongue, savoring the different nuances of flavor.
Exhaling in a steady stream, the rich flavors of the cigar linger against the lightest background of spiced rum scented smoke.
| XXX puffs slowly from her cigar.|
XXX exhales some spiced rum scented smoke in a steady stream.
| Taking a puff of your cigar, you cause the tip of it to burn with a brilliant orange-red for a moment before fading.
You pucker and blow a ring of spiced rum smoke into the air.
| Taking a puff of her rolled ebon cigar, XXX causes the tip of it to burn with a brilliant orange-red for a moment before fading.|
XXX puckers and blows a perfect circle of spiced rum smoke into the air.
|PULL messaging has a variety of with the exhale portion.|
|You tap the cigar, knocking a clump of ashes to the ground.||XXX taps her cigar, knocking a clump of ashes to the ground.|
No ash buildup
|There's not enough ash buildup on the end of the cigar to warrant that.||N/A|
|SNUFF||You snuff out your rolled ebon cigar.||XXX snuffs her rolled ebon cigar.|
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A draft of wind swirls the cigar smoke around you. A light breeze cuts a swath through the cigar smoke around you, making it eddy and whirl. A thin stream of blue-grey smoke streams from the cigar in your hand, drifting upward in a loose coil. Curls of cigar smoke linger about you in a whiskey scented haze. Hazy curls of smoke escape the tip of the cigar, forming a transparent curtain around you. Holding the cigar poised between your fingers, you use your thumb to tilt the tip of it up toward you, inspecting it for a moment. Leaning back, you squint your eyes against the curtain of smoke the cigar is forming around you. Moving your left hand around idly, you leave a wavy line of <scent> scented smoke in the air. Moving your left hand around idly, you leave a wavy line of spiced rum scented smoke in the air. Moving your right hand around idly, you leave a wavy line of <scent> scented smoke in the air. Moving your right hand around idly, you leave a wavy line of spiced rum scented smoke in the air. Thin threads of smoke trail from the smoldering end of your cigar. Your cigar begins to smoke badly. Ash build-up! You slowly roll your cigar between your thumb and index finger. <Scent> smoke curls up from the cigar in your hand. Spiced rum smoke curls up from the cigar in your hand.
- To light a cigar: Get a match in one hand and a cigar in the other hand. Light your match (LIGHT MY MATCH), then light your cigar (LIGHT MY CIGAR WITH MY MATCH).
- After you have lit a cigar, you may still have a burning match in your hand. It is ok to drop the match (DROP MY MATCH), which results in "The burning match goes out, disappearing in a small puff of smoke."
- To get a match out of your matchbox: Make sure one hand is empty, and a matchbox is in your other hand. Open the matchbox (OPEN MY MATCHBOX), then get a match from your matchbox (GET MATCH FROM MY MATCHBOX), then close the matchbox (CLOSE MY MATCHBOX), then put away the matchbox and get out your cigar.
- There have been a few quirky matchboxes referred to as "box" although they look like a "matchbox."
- A burning cigar can not be put away. You must snuff it before storing it in a backpack or other container (SNUFF MY CIGAR).