|Look:||You see nothing unusual.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 0 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||1 length x 1 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is Greeters|
- STUDY: Looking at a brass dangleupper, you are pretty sure you could CLENCH, PULL, WAVE, TURN, TOSS, HUG, or POKE it.
- CLENCH: You squish your brass dangleupper between your fingers until it is compressed into a solid ring of metal.
- PULL: You grab the ends of the brass dangleupper and stretch them apart to your full arm span. The dangleupper droops dramatically in the middle, bouncing and wobbling. As you release one end, its coils tumble to the ground before the entire dangleupper contracts back up into your other hand.
- WAVE: You absently wave your brass dangleupper, causing it to stretch taut before boinging back to you.
- TURN: You place your dangleupper on something and watch in satisfaction as it "walks" end-over-end downhill to the lowest ground before you pick it up again.
- TOSS: You toss one end of your brass dangleupper high into the air. Amazingly, the end keeps rising and rising, and the middle wobbles freely back and forth as it stretches. Then the whole thing collapses, landing back in your hand in a rush of sliding metal loops.
- HUG: You hug your brass dangleupper, causing loops and coils to squeeze out in all directions and bounce crazily.
- POKE: You poke your brass dangleupper causing its middle to shimmy from side to side.