Item:Length of bone-white Elven silk fabric with a deep crimson lining

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length of bone-white Elven silk fabric with a deep crimson lining
Look: The heavy silk comprising this garment is soft and smooth, though strangely matte and lusterless. A detailed, life-like heart has been embroidered in grotesque detail along the back in pale silken thread. A few drop-shaped bloodgems are scattered below the heart design, their deep crimson hues stark against the pallid white material.
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 62,500 Kronars
50,000 Lirums
45,100 Dokoras
62.5 LTBpoints
62.5 Tickets
62.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in a generic slot.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
  • This item hides unknown objects and/or features.
  • This item is styled or has special functions for Elves.
Capacity: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height (0 stones)
Sources: Source is Treasure map/Prizes, Item:Worn and tattered map
  • See feature hider fabrics for a full list of verbs.
  • LOWER: You adjust the folds of your fabric, your face hidden but for a narrow strip of skin around your eyes.
  • PULL: You unwind the end of your fabric, tightening the fit before securing it again.
  • PUSH: You adjust the folds of your fabric, settling it comfortably around your head and neck.
  • RAISE: You rearrange the folds of your fabric, revealing your face.
  • REMOVE: You deftly unwind your fabric from around your head and shoulders, taking a moment to shake out the wrinkles.
  • STUDY You study your bone-white fabric closely, and come to the conclusion that you can do the following things with it: WEAR, REMOVE, RAISE, LOWER, PUSH, PULL. You're pretty sure if you wound the bone-white fabric around your head and then RAISED it, the item would hide your face as well as anything you are wearing on your head.
  • WEAR: You carefully wind your fabric around your head and neck, leaving your face exposed.