Item:Lava sphalerite sculpture of a dragon breathing tendrils of red jade fire

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lava sphalerite sculpture of a dragon breathing tendrils of red jade fire
Look: Using its tail as an anchor to the polished witchwood stand, a dragon with wings outspread in mid-flight is shaped from lava sphalerite. Red jade flames flow from its gaping mouth in curling tendrils.
Weight: 10 stones
Appraised Cost: Unknown
Special Properties:
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 4 length x 3 width x 2 height
Sources: Source is Hollow Eve 417 Raffle Center
  • HUG: Wrapping your arms around it, you gingerly hold your sphalerite sculpture close to your chest with a silly grin on your face.
  • LICK: You run your tongue over the sphalerite sculpture tentatively, flinching as the sharp edges nearly cut you, and find it tastes quite salty.
  • NUDGE: You accidentally elbow your sphalerite sculpture a little hard and grow alarmed until you realize no harm was done.
  • POKE: You gently poke at different branches of your sphalerite sculpture to check their sturdiness.
  • PULL: With the utmost care, you pull on a branch of the sphalerite sculpture, moving it the slightest fraction until you are satisfied.
  • PUSH: While holding your breath and concentrating, you carefully adjust a branch of the sphalerite sculpture a miniscule amount.
  • RUB: You trail a finger over the rises and falls of the sphalerite sculpture with your eyes closed to get a sense of the direction you will go next with it.
  • SHAKE: You shake your sphalerite sculpture in frustration then quickly examine it to make sure you didn't accidentally dislodge anything or damage it.
  • TAP: You flick your finger against your sphalerite sculpture very lightly and watch with satisfaction as an errant bit of sphalerite falls to the ground.
  • TURN: You hold your sphalerite sculpture in your hands, tilting and turning it to examine it from all angles.
  • WAVE: You gesture toward the sphalerite sculpture in your hand, pointing out all the changes you have made.