Item:Gaethzen blossom with a short stem

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a gaethzen <flower> blossom with a short <metal> stem
Look: The gaethzen is dim now, except for faint bands of color which swirl gently within the milky glass.
Weight: 16 stones
Appraised Cost: 11375 Kronars
9,100 Lirums
8,208.2 Dokoras
11.375 LTBpoints
11.375 Tickets
11.375 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is magical.
  • This item is made from gaethzen and will hold up to 32 mana.
  • This item is a light source or is used to start fires.
Dimensions: ? length x ? width x ? height
Sources: Source is Breaking and Entering/Sanctum loot
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Verbs

The gaethzen of the blossom is special. You believe you could show, exhale, tap, charge, focus or rub the gaethzen statuette.
The gaethzen appears quite fragile. Dropping it could destroy it entirely.
You focus your magical senses on a gaethzen <flower> blossom with a short <metall> stem.
The <flower> blossom has yet to be charged.
As you tap a gaethzen <flower> blossom with a short <metal> stem, a clear ringing note fills the air.
You exhale on the polished glass surface of the gaethzen, watching it cloud over with the moisture from your breath.

Variations

An example of a blossom is a gaethzen betony blossom with a short white gold stem.

Flowers Metals
  • almagarus
  • betony
  • bloodflower
  • carnation
  • chrysanthemum
  • creamcup
  • dragon lily
  • etrana
  • fleabane
  • ghostflower
  • jasmine
  • jonquil
  • kelpbell
  • larkspur
  • lilac
  • queen's tear
  • snowflower
  • star thistle
  • viburnum
  • yarrow