Scarring razor

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Scarring razors were released by GameMaster Wyrom at The Mar and Scar at Duskruin Arena in 2015. There are typically 3 types for sale: very limited use, limited use, and unlimited use. They are all priced accordingly. If you don't clean/sharpen them, they break sooner (the unlimited don't need to be sharpened). There are about 18 locations to scar, 12 prepositions, 13 types of scars, and about 54 descriptors. You can also get a custom one made up. If you use fire to clean it, you will brand people.

Analyze

This is a scarring razor. It can be used to scar yourself or another who is joined to you. Scarring razors require some First Aid training to use, the better you are, the more efficient you'll be. The razor must be cleansed and sharpened to get the most of out the item, but over time, the razor will break apart, unless you obtain a special one that will never dull.

Scars will go in the distinguishing mark area of your features, and are permanent. You will be prompted as to what it will replace. If something is temporarily altering your features, you will need to remove or stop whatever it is before being scarred. There is a short cooldown period in between uses to prevent overzealous scarring.

Scar Selection
To choose how you scar, you must PUSH to select what you'd like to change and PULL to cycle through the choices available. Custom scars are possible to get from a merchant who can work on the razors. To select a custom scar, you'd need to TURN the razor.

Scarring Yourself
In order to scar yourself, you just need to POINT it at yourself.

Scarring Others
To scar others, they must be following you. Once grouped, you simply POINT the razor at them and they will need to APPROVE it. Once approved, they will be scarred.

Razor Maintenance
Razors need to be cleansed after they are used, and sharpened when they start to dull. There are several different ways to clean the razor. Some come with other effects.

Usage

Verb First Third
LOOK (unlimited) The rolaren razor is currently set to disfigure with an asymmetrical scar underneath the collarbone. The razor is clean. The razor is sharp and will never get dull. This section has not been added yet; please add to it now!
POINT This section has not been added yet; please add to it now! This section has not been added yet; please add to it now!
PULL You fiddle with your rolaren razor so that you can disfigure with (descriptor) (noun) (preposition) the (location). This section has not been added yet; please add to it now!
PUSH You fiddle with your rolaren razor so that you're toggling the (descriptor/noun/preposition used for the location) of the disfigurement. This section has not been added yet; please add to it now!
TURN This section has not been added yet; please add to it now! This section has not been added yet; please add to it now!

Additional Information

Options

Descriptors

  • A-shaped, etc.
  • angular
  • asymmetrical
  • barbed
  • blackened
  • bumpy
  • craggy
  • crooked
  • dark
  • darkened
  • discolored
  • flat
  • forked
  • indented
  • irregular
  • jagged
  • lopsided
  • narrow
  • notched
  • patchy
  • pitted
  • ragged
  • raised
  • rough
  • rugged
  • slanted
  • straight
  • uneven
  • zigzagged

Scar Types

  • birthmark
  • blemish
  • lump
  • mark
  • marking
  • mole
  • patch
  • pock
  • pockmark
  • wart
  • scar
  • brand

Prepositions

  • below
  • by
  • near
  • on
  • over
  • toward
  • under
  • underneath
  • above
  • across
  • along
  • around

Locations

  • forehead
  • right eyebrow
  • left eyebrow
  • right eye
  • left eye
  • right ear
  • left ear
  • right cheek
  • left cheek
  • nose
  • upper lip
  • lower lip
  • chin
  • jawbone
  • jawline
  • neck
  • neckline
  • collarbone

See Also

Scarring razor Information
Type Fluff
Feature altering
Item Classification Miscellaneous
Item(s) Applied to razor
Alterable Unknown
Light/Deep Unknown
Feature(s) Altered Distinguishing mark
Original Release Venue Duskruin Arena
Item Verbs
LOOK POINT PULL PUSH
TURN