Item:Dark purple silk fan embroidered with twin black scorpions
|dark purple silk fan embroidered with twin black scorpions|
|Look:|| Alternating beads of onyx and amethyst hang from ribbons strung on the fan's grip. The two scorpions are posed facing each other. Both of them have their stingers raised as if ready to strike.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 5,000 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||3 length x 1 width x 1 height|
|Sources:||Source is Game of Chicken 425 prizes, Game of Chicken|
- STUDY: Studying your fan carefully, you're sure you could do the following things with it: OPEN, CLOSE, FLIRT, KISS, DANCE, WAVE.
- OPEN: With a practiced flick of your wrist, you snap open your silk fan.
- CLOSE: With a practiced flick of your wrist, you snap your silk fan closed.
- FLIRT (opened): With a graceful swirl, you raise your silk fan to veil all but your eyes.
- FLIRT (closed): Lowering your lashes, you oh-so-casually trace your closed fan against the curve of your cheek, slowly drawing it down to rest it against your other hand.
- KISS (opened): You twirl your fan flirtatiously before your lips.
- KISS (closed): You brush your closed fan against the corner of your lips.
- DANCE (opened: With slow, barely perceptable movements, you begin to dance, using your silk fan to emphasize your grace. As your tempo increases, your fluttering fan moves more theatrically until, with a final snap of your wrist, you bring your fan up to veil your face as you sink to the ground. With lowered lashes, you hold your position for a moment before rising fluidly to your feet.
- DANCE (closed): You dance about slowly, emphasizing your graceful movements by your gestures with your closed fan.
- WAVE: You flutter your silk fan absent-mindedly as you survey your surroundings.
<Person> surveys her surroundings with a keen eye, absent-mindedly fluttering her silk fan as she does.
- WAVE fan at <Person>: Fluttering your fan, you inspect <Person>, studying her strengths and weaknesses.
<Person> flutters her silk fan as she eyes you closely, sizing you up as a housewife would inspect a rather dubious cut of venison.