Item:Austere steely blue kimono cut to display a Longleaf lotusweave under-robe

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austere steely blue kimono cut to display a Longleaf lotusweave under-robe
Look: Crisply pleated steelsilk is exquisitely patterned with monsoon clouds, the blustery fabric broken by a large split down the middle to reveal the lustrous material below. The tempestuous blue tones of the lotusweave under-robe echo the storm-hued sash wrapped firmly around the waist, creating the impression that the lustrous material is rippling below a turbulent sky of clouds.
Weight: 60 stones
Appraised Cost: 5,000,000 Kronars
4,000,000 Lirums
3,608,000 Dokoras
5,000 LTBpoints
5,000 Tickets
5,000 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the shirt (with armor) slot.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Capacity: 3 length x 2 width x 2 height (50 stones)
Sources: Source is Limited Treasures (2)
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Verbs

Non-Elothean:

  • RUB: You fiddle with your kimono, but the complex Elothean construction leaves you baffled.
  • PUSH: You fiddle with your kimono, but the complex Elothean construction leaves you baffled.
  • PULL: You fiddle with your kimono, but the complex Elothean construction leaves you baffled.
  • SHAKE: You fiddle with your kimono, but the complex Elothean construction leaves you baffled.

Elothean:

  • RUB: You smooth the folds of your kimono, taking a moment to appreciate the luxurious silk and high-quality construction.
  • PUSH: You give a small shrug of your shoulders, sending the long bell sleeves of your kimono over your hands before crossing your arms in front of you, hands tucked in the opposite sleeves.
  • PULL: You pull your sleeves up to your elbows with one elegant motion.
  • SHAKE: You adjust the supple folds of your kimono, creating the effect of a rippling waterfall of silk around you.