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'''Millicent gowns''' offer the indecisive fashionista the opportunity to change their look with a simple touch, rub, poke, pull of their dress for a new style any time of year. Various options are available and according the [http://forum.gsplayers.com/archive/index.php/t-75802.html Player's Corner], the following has been observed.
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'''Millicent gowns''' offer the indecisive fashionista the opportunity to change their look with a simple touch, rub, poke, pull of their dress for a new style any time of year. Various options are available and according the [http://forum.gsplayers.com/archive/index.php/t-75802.html Player's Corner], the following has been observed.
 
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Rubbing the item can morph it into: gown, robe, shirt, blouse, sundress, kirtle, ballgown, vest, bliaut, dress, houplande, bodice, chemise, tunic, frock, pinafore, and more.
 
Rubbing the item can morph it into: gown, robe, shirt, blouse, sundress, kirtle, ballgown, vest, bliaut, dress, houplande, bodice, chemise, tunic, frock, pinafore, and more.
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Touching the gown will change the first descriptor, for example: sanguine, resplendent, celadon, sea green, wine-colored, burgundy, aubergine, amber, ruby red, ebon, cinnabar, indigo, red, forest green, cherry red, saffron, orchid, sky blue, ocher, plum, leaf green, flame-colored, flashy, argent, mahogany, dove grey, teal, peach, chalk white, mulberry, garnet-hued, cream colored, scarlet, verdigris, dainty, raspberry, fiery red, raven black, ash grey, luxurious, silvery white, jet black, shadowy, citrine, and many more.  
 
Touching the gown will change the first descriptor, for example: sanguine, resplendent, celadon, sea green, wine-colored, burgundy, aubergine, amber, ruby red, ebon, cinnabar, indigo, red, forest green, cherry red, saffron, orchid, sky blue, ocher, plum, leaf green, flame-colored, flashy, argent, mahogany, dove grey, teal, peach, chalk white, mulberry, garnet-hued, cream colored, scarlet, verdigris, dainty, raspberry, fiery red, raven black, ash grey, luxurious, silvery white, jet black, shadowy, citrine, and many more.  
 
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==Look==
 
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Peering closely at the lining of the gingham pinafore, you note a small dressmaker's mark in the shape of a bull's head.
 
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==Analyze==
 
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| '''PULL'''|| Changes descriptors and nouns|| You pull a cranberry cambric ballgown.  A soft glow enfolds the garment for a moment, and it shifts and alters.  You are now holding a cream-colored chambray dress.
 
| '''PULL'''|| Changes descriptors and nouns|| You pull a cranberry cambric ballgown.  A soft glow enfolds the garment for a moment, and it shifts and alters.  You are now holding a cream-colored chambray dress.
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|colspan="2"|'''LOOK'''|| Peering closely at the lining of the gingham pinafore, you note a small dressmaker's mark in the shape of a bull's head.
 
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|colspan="3"|''No actions are observed by a third party.''
 
|colspan="3"|''No actions are observed by a third party.''

Revision as of 16:03, 6 January 2016

Millicent gowns offer the indecisive fashionista the opportunity to change their look with a simple touch, rub, poke, pull of their dress for a new style any time of year. Various options are available and according the Player's Corner, the following has been observed.

Rubbing the item can morph it into: gown, robe, shirt, blouse, sundress, kirtle, ballgown, vest, bliaut, dress, houplande, bodice, chemise, tunic, frock, pinafore, and more.

Poking the gown can change fabrics, including: spidersilk, cotton, calico, watered silk, silk, velvet, velour, panne velvet, chambray, brocade, brocatelle, gingham, muslin, linen, cambric, taffeta, brushed cotton, organdy, linen, lace, twill, samite, wool, damask, and more.

Touching the gown will change the first descriptor, for example: sanguine, resplendent, celadon, sea green, wine-colored, burgundy, aubergine, amber, ruby red, ebon, cinnabar, indigo, red, forest green, cherry red, saffron, orchid, sky blue, ocher, plum, leaf green, flame-colored, flashy, argent, mahogany, dove grey, teal, peach, chalk white, mulberry, garnet-hued, cream colored, scarlet, verdigris, dainty, raspberry, fiery red, raven black, ash grey, luxurious, silvery white, jet black, shadowy, citrine, and many more. 


Analyze

You analyze your brushed cotton pinafore 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.

Verb Traps

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RUB Changes noun You rub a modest brushed cotton pinafore. A soft glow enfolds the garment for a moment, and it shifts and alters. You are now holding a modest brushed cotton ballgown.
TOUCH Changes first descriptor You touch a modest brushed cotton ballgown. A soft glow enfolds the garment for a moment, and it shifts and alters. You are now holding a cranberry brushed cotton ballgown.
POKE Changes second descriptor You poke a cranberry brushed cotton ballgown. A soft glow enfolds the garment for a moment, and it shifts and alters. You are now holding a cranberry cambric ballgown.
PULL Changes descriptors and nouns You pull a cranberry cambric ballgown. A soft glow enfolds the garment for a moment, and it shifts and alters. You are now holding a cream-colored chambray dress.
LOOK Peering closely at the lining of the gingham pinafore, you note a small dressmaker's mark in the shape of a bull's head.
No actions are observed by a third party.
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