Item:Enveloping rantija of raw silk
|enveloping rantija of raw silk|
|Look:||The contrasting panels of dark grey and earthen brown are somewhat rough to the touch, containing numerous bumps and irregularities along the surface that create an interesting texture in the exterior of this traditional Rakash cloak. Felted wool ensconces the interior to prevent the rough silk from giving discomfort to the wearer and to provide a measure of warmth without sacrificing breathability.|
|Dimensions:||? length x ? width x ? height|
|Capacity:||? length x ? width x ? height (? stones)|
|Sources:||Source is Comfortable Rakash (3), Comfortable Rakash (2), Comfortable Rakash (1)|
You study your rantija and believe you can rub, shake, pull, roll, wave, hug, throw, kiss, nudge, punch, and turn it.
RUB: You brush your hand against your enveloping rantija.
SHAKE: You adjust your enveloping rantija.
PULL: You draw your enveloping rantija away from your hips.
ROLL: You wring your enveloping rantija between your hands.
WAVE: You flap your enveloping rantija about.
HUG: You pull your enveloping rantija around yourself.
THROW: You flip your enveloping rantija over your shoulders.
KISS: You wipe your mouth on the hem of your enveloping rantija.
NUDGE: You rearrange the folds of your enveloping rantija.
PUNCH: You smack a hand sharply against your enveloping rantija.
TURN: You pull your rantija's hood up to conceal your features.