Item:Miniature bushy Vela'tohr plant protected by dozens of slender mistglass vines

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miniature bushy Vela'tohr plant protected by dozens of slender mistglass vines
Look: Glittered velvet leaves wrap around the plant's head and yawn open from the stalk's base, revealing an exquisite ulhari prism heart. Elaborate faceting emphasizes the jewel's dichroism, causing both its rich golden brown and brilliant lilac-tinged purple hues to be visible at all times, flashing and shifting as light dances across the luminous gem. Iridescent tulip-shaped cire flowers surround the prism, and translucent, ethereal blue tendrils sprout from the thick stem, loosely coiled when at rest.
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 4,375,000 Kronars
3,500,000 Lirums
3,157,000 Dokoras
4,375 LTBpoints
4,375 Tickets
4,375 Scrips
Special Properties:
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Siegery Shop (4), Siegery Shop (3), Siegery Shop (2)
You think that the vela'tohr plant is a siege weapon to be used in siegery games.
The vela'tohr plant does not belong to you. You can TURN it to become the new owner, if you are holding it.
You can PUT the vela'tohr plant on a castle.
The vela'tohr plant can be REPAIRed to its full health.
Most importantly, when it's on a castle, you can PULL it to fire it.

Messaging

  • ALL attacks begin with : The miniature vela'tohr plant begins to softly hiss as its thick stalk rotates, dark leaves pulling back to reveal the plant's ulhari prism heart. The dichroic jewel takes aim, glowing ominously with flashes of lilac and honey light!

Successful Attack

  • The miniature vela'tohr plant fires a beam of pulsating light from its jeweled heart, the stream of honey gold and lilac energy slamming into <player>'s <castle location> with considerable force, causing hairline cracks to radiate outwards from the point of impact!

Failed Attack

  • However, lacking a target to hit, it simply sinks into the ground.
  • The miniature vela'tohr plant emits a hiss-like sneeze as it jerks forward, its vines flopping to the ground. Righting itself, the plant's head like appendage shakes back and forth, but its hazy blue tendrils lay motionless on the ground.

Death