Armor:Blackened mail boots dangling silver ribbons along each side

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blackened mail boots dangling silver ribbons along each side
Look: Interlaced amid the dark links of the tall mail boots, the silk strands are knotted into small bows with cascading ribbons at measured intervals along each side. Set within the wedged heels are small clusters of pale Elamiri sapphires, each refracting hues of rose pink.
Type: Chain Armor
Areas Covered: legs
Hindrance: light (3/15) / light (3/15) for stealth
Protection: good (5/15) protection and great (11/17) damage absorption for puncture attacks.
good (5/15) protection and great (11/17) damage absorption for slice attacks.
good (5/15) protection and great (11/17) damage absorption for impact attacks.
fair (3/15) protection and moderate (6/17) damage absorption for fire attacks.
fair (3/15) protection and moderate (6/17) damage absorption for cold attacks.
low (2/15) protection and somewhat fair (4/17) damage absorption for electrical attacks.
Construction: rather reinforced (11/18)
Metal: Yes
Weight: 90 stones
Appraised Cost: 962,443 Kronars
769,954.4 Lirums
694,498.869 Dokoras
962.443 LTBpoints
962.443 Tickets
962.443 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This armor has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 5 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Made for Walking (2)

Verbs

TAP BOOTS

WORN: You click together your heels and the boots make a pleasant ding.
HELD: You tap your fingernail against your boots producing a series of clicks.

LACE BOOTS

WORN: You tighten the laces on your boots, securing them to your legs.
HELD: You loosen the laces on your boots, making them easier to put on.

KICK BOOTS

PRONE: You kick your legs against the ground as you thrash about.
SITTING: You kick your legs out in front of you, displaying your boots in full glory.
STANDING: You leap into the air and click your heels together! Your boots make a crisp clang against one another.

PULL BOOTS

WORN: You tug up at the cuffs of your boots, making sure they have not slipped down.
HELD: You tug at your boots, testing their strength. The boots does not come apart in your hands.

WEAR BOOTS

You carefully pull your boots on all the way up to your thigh and flex your knee both to make sure the fit is right and to get a feel for the thick protective gear.

REMOVE BOOTS

You struggle to remove your boots, but they come off after some small effort.

STUDY BOOTS

You believe the boots' condition will be pretty obvious merely by their appearance. You can TAP, LACE, KICK, and PULL the boots as well as, of course, WEAR and REMOVE them.