Item:Mottled reaver-hide sack with bone-tipped strings

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mottled reaver-hide sack with bone-tipped strings
Look: Though rather messy, the sack looks sturdy nonetheless.
Weight: 2 stones
Appraised Cost: 1,677 Kronars
1,341.6 Lirums
1,210.123 Dokoras
1.677 LTBpoints
1.677 Tickets
1.677 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the belt slot.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Capacity: 3 length x 3 width x 3 height (200 stones)
Sources: Source is Packrat's Piece of Paradise (3), Packrat's Piece of Paradise (2), Packrat's Piece of Paradise (1), Packrat's Paradise (8), Packrat's Paradise (7), Packrat's Paradise (6), Packrat's Paradise (5), Packrat's Paradise (3), Packrat's Paradise (2), Packrat's Paradise (1)

Verbs

  • STUDY: Thinking about the reaver-hide sack, you wonder if you might be able to: OPEN, CLOSE, SHAKE, CLENCH, POKE, PAT, RUB, GLANCE, and PULL it.
  • OPEN: You slowly open your sack, glancing around suspiciously.
  • CLOSE: You quickly close your sack.
  • SHAKE when empty: You shake your sack but hear nothing inside.
  • SHAKE with 1 item: You shake your sack and hear a lone item rattling around inside.
  • SHAKE with multiple items: You shake your sack and hear a number of items rattling around inside.
  • CLENCH: You clutch your sack greedily.
  • POKE: You poke around in your sack, rearranging things.
  • PAT: You absentmindedly pat your sack.
  • RUB: You brush your hand against your sack, straightening some wrinkles in the material.
  • RUB: You brush your hand against your sack and some dirt falls to the ground.
  • RUB: You brush your hand against your sack while glancing around suspiciously.
  • RUB: You heft your sack up higher from where it was resting.
  • RUB: You heft your sack, testing the weight.
  • RUB: You let your sack drop down to its normal position.
  • GLANCE: You glance nervously inside your sack.
  • PULL: You let your sack drop down to its normal position.
  • PULL: You heft your sack up higher from where it was resting.
  • PULL: You heft your sack, testing the weight.