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2020

a bone-inlaid burgundy maoral pavilion, [Map Room 24], Lich# 26442, go burgundy pavilion

The Boneyard

[The Boneyard - 28538]
The small pavilion reeks of damp wood and mulled wine. Tall skeletal candlebras are positioned about the room, casting flickering shadows along the rough floor which is littered with tiny misshapen fragments of bones. Suspended from the ceiling of the tent are countless cords beaded with miniature ivory skulls and segments of finger bones, each one rattling and clacking with the slightest island breeze.
Obvious exits: out

In the large rib cage chest you see: a red-runed obsidian ring, a small skull-crested tome, a bone-framed handheld mirror, a chipped pale bone yo-yo, a yellowed fingerbone crown, a segmented bleached bone belt, a bone-set black oak compass, a misshapen black skull mug, a bone-studded ashen wand belt, a pouch of bone shards, a deep greenish blue potion, a glowing greenish black potion, a murky reddish black potion and a bone-inlaid glossy black case.

a red-runed obsidian ring Weight: <1 pound Flippable piercing jewelry 60,000
a small skull-crested tome Weight: <1 pound
analyze, writing
Analyze:
You get a strong sense that the tome can be altered by any merchant, but the noun must be one of the following: book, tome, volume, ledger, journal, folio, spellbook, grimoire, prayerbook, scroll, or vellum. The way the tome looks should make sense when it is both opened and closed.

Some merchants may be willing to put any writing you have on your tome into a specific language, so that only those who understand that language can read the writing.

Currently you are able to use WRITE, OPEN, CLOSE, TURN, and READ with the skull-crested tome. For writing, you will need to be holding a quill, though some paintsticks may also work for this.
Read:
You're not holding that.
50,000
a bone-framed handheld mirror Weight: <1 pound 7,500
a chipped pale bone yo-yo Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This item may be altered by a talented merchant, but the noun must remain "yo-yo."

You can try to ROLL the yo-yo.
10,000
a yellowed fingerbone crown Weight: <1 pound head-worn
analyze
Analyze:
This crown can be altered by a talented merchant.

Try to WAVE, TOUCH, or TAP the crown!
30,000
a segmented bleached bone belt Weight: <1 pound waist-worn (as a belt) Scripted Belt
analyze
Analyze:
This is a scripted belt. It is currently locked.
20,000
a bone-set black oak compass Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This item is intended to be a compass. It can be altered, but the noun must remain "compass."
10,000
a misshapen black skull mug Weight: <1 pound Drink Container 35,000
a bone-studded ashen wand belt Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item of small size
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
analyze
Analyze:
The belt is a container meant to only hold wands. This item can be altered, but it should remain something like a wand belt, wand harness, wand bandolier, or similar, and keep in mind it also has loops attached to it.
75,000
a pouch of bone shards Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is intended to be "a bag of [something] [shards]," like bone knuckles or something coarse, hard, and raspy if rubbed together.
15,000
a deep greenish blue potion Weight: <1 pound Ritual Potion 50,000
a glowing greenish black potion Weight: <1 pound Ritual Potion 50,000
a murky reddish black potion Weight: <1 pound Ritual Potion 50,000
a bone-inlaid glossy black case Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
belt-worn
functional
analyze, examine
Analyze:
This case holds only potions and other magical consumables. It is fully alterable, but will retain a small SHOW about felt-lined compartments.

You could OPEN, CLOSE, WEAR, or REMOVE the case. There are no tiers to unlock.

Examine:
The interior of the case is divided up into numerous cylindrical compartments, each just large enough to hold a single potion. The compartments are lined with soft black velvet to protect their contents.

50,000

2019

a bone-inlaid burgundy maoral pavilion, [Map Room 24], Lich# 26442, go burgundy pavilion

The Boneyard

[The Boneyard - 28538]
The small pavilion reeks of damp wood and mulled wine. Tall skeletal candlebras are positioned about the room, casting flickering shadows along the rough floor which is littered with tiny misshapen fragments of bones. Suspended from the ceiling of the tent are countless cords beaded with miniature ivory skulls and segments of finger bones, each one rattling and clacking with the slightest island breeze.
Obvious exits: out

In the large rib cage chest you see:

a bone-inlaid glossy black case Weight: 2 pounds
Pocketed: Medium (20-39)
any number of items
belt-worn
functional
analyze, show description
Analyze:
This case holds only potions and other magical consumables. It is fully alterable, but will retain a small SHOW about felt-lined compartments.
You could OPEN, CLOSE, WEAR, or REMOVE the case. There are no tiers to unlock.
You can tell that the case is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.

Show:
The interior of the case is divided up into numerous cylindrical compartments, each just large enough to hold a single potion. The compartments are lined with soft black velvet to protect their contents.
50000
a murky reddish black potion Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This reddish black potion is intended to be a ritualistic potion of some sort. You can try to POUR, TURN, TILT, DRINK, and MEASURE it.
Some skilled merchants can alter this potion. It can have a long or a show desription, though generally the visible description should match up in some way with its contents. Ideally, the noun is a container (since you are pouring out of it), though in some cases something more generic like "potion" will be acceptable. You should also be explicit with the merchant about what sort of liquid is contained within it. The liquid will always need to make sense within this phrasing: "a circular stain of <liquid descriptor> <liquid noun>" -- and it must be appropriate for pouring out and leaving a visible stain on the ground, such as "blood", "venom," and things of that nature. Note that the <liquid noun> must fit within 15 characters. The <liquid descriptor> can be longer but most merchants willl not allow counts to go too far beyond 15. (Currently the liquid is: blood.)
50000
a glowing greenish black potion Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This greenish black potion is intended to be a ritualistic potion of some sort. You can try to POUR, TURN, TILT, DRINK, and MEASURE it.
Some skilled merchants can alter this potion. It can have a long or a show desription, though generally the visible description should match up in some way with its contents. Ideally, the noun is a container (since you are pouring out of it), though in some cases something more generic like "potion" will be acceptable. You should also be explicit with the merchant about what sort of liquid is contained within it. The liquid will always need to make sense within this phrasing: "a circular stain of <liquid descriptor> <liquid noun>" -- and it must be appropriate for pouring out and leaving a visible stain on the ground, such as "blood", "venom," and things of that nature. Note that the <liquid noun> must fit within 15 characters. The <liquid descriptor> can be longer but most merchants willl not allow counts to go too far beyond 15. (Currently the liquid is: oily venom.)
50000
a deep greenish blue potion Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This greenish blue potion is intended to be a ritualistic potion of some sort. You can try to POUR, TURN, TILT, DRINK, and MEASURE it.
Some skilled merchants can alter this potion. It can have a long or a show desription, though generally the visible description should match up in some way with its contents. Ideally, the noun is a container (since you are pouring out of it), though in some cases something more generic like "potion" will be acceptable. You should also be explicit with the merchant about what sort of liquid is contained within it. The liquid will always need to make sense within this phrasing: "a circular stain of <liquid descriptor> <liquid noun>" -- and it must be appropriate for pouring out and leaving a visible stain on the ground, such as "blood", "venom," and things of that nature. Note that the <liquid noun> must fit within 15 characters. The <liquid descriptor> can be longer but most merchants willl not allow counts to go too far beyond 15. (Currently the liquid is: salt water.)
50000
a pouch of bone shards Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is intended to be "a bag of [something] [shards]," like bone knuckles or something coarse, hard, and raspy if rubbed together.
15000
a bone-studded ashen wand belt Weight: <1 pound
Pocketed: Very small (<2-4)
one item of small size
waist-worn (as a belt)
functional
analyze
Analyze:
The belt is a container meant to only hold wands. This item can be altered, but it should remain something like a wand belt, wand harness, wand bandolier, or similar, and keep in mind it also has loops attached to it.
You can tell that the belt is as light as it can get, but you might be able to have a talented merchant deepen its pockets for you.
75000
a misshapen black skull mug Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This is a drink container.
35000
a bone-set black oak compass Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This item is intended to be a compass. It can be altered, but the noun must remain "compass."
10000
a segmented bleached bone belt Weight: <1 pound waist-worn (as a belt)
analyze
Analyze:
This is a scripted belt. Is is currently unlocked.
20000
a yellowed fingerbone crown Weight: <1 pound head-worn
analyze
Analyze:
This crown can be altered by a talented merchant.
Try to WAVE, TOUCH, or TAP the crown!
30000
a chipped pale bone yo-yo Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
This item may be altered by a talented merchant, but the noun must remain "yo-yo."
You can try to ROLL the yo-yo.
10000
a bone-framed handheld mirror Weight: <1 pound 7500
a small skull-crested tome Weight: <1 pound
analyze
Analyze:
You get a strong sense that the tome can be altered by any merchant, but the noun must be one of the following: book, tome, volume, ledger, journal, folio, spellbook, grimoire, prayerbook, scroll, or vellum. The way the tome looks should make sense when it is both opened and closed.
Some merchants may be willing to put any writing you have on your tome into a specific language, so that only those who understand that language can read the writing.
Currently you are able to use WRITE, OPEN, CLOSE, TURN, and READ with the skull-crested tome. For writing, you will need to be holding a quill, though some paintsticks may also work for this.
50000
a red-runed obsidian ring Weight: <1 pound 60000