Item:Polished medal encircled by tiny sea turtles

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polished <metal> medal encircled by tiny <gemstone> sea turtles
Look: You see nothing unusual.
Weight: 2 stones
Appraised Cost: 187,500 Kronars
150,000 Lirums
135,300 Dokoras
187.5 LTBpoints
187.5 Tickets
187.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is worn in a generic slot.
  • This item is a toy.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 2 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Hollow Eve Festival 436/Game prizes
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Verbs

After studying the medal, you think you can wave it at someone to inscribe it with his or her name, push it to inscribe it with today's date, or point it at someone to inscribe it with his or her name and today's date. The material seems suitable for only a single inscription, and you'd probably need a dagger or knife in your other hand with which to do the inscribing.
Upon further thought, you believe it is possible to applaud, beckon, bow, cheer, clap, clean, curtsy, dance, hug, kiss, raise and touch the trophy to interact with it.
  • APPLAUD: Holding your <metal> medal in the bend of your elbow, you slowly start clapping your hands, gradually increasing the speed in an attempt to initiate a round of applause.
  • BECKON: You dust yourself off and crook your finger, inviting anyone in sight to come take a glimpse of your <metal> medal.
  • BOW: You stretch one arm out to the side while hugging your <metal> medal to your chest. You take a bow, feeling extremely confident in your accomplishments.
  • CHEER: You shake your <metal> medal repeatedly, hoping that everyone understands your excitement! If they don't, you're sure that your enthusiastic follow-up cheer will alert them.
  • CLAP: Holding your <metal> medal in the bend of your elbow, you slowly start clapping your hands, gradually increasing the speed in an attempt to initiate a round of applause.
  • CLEAN: You breathe upon your <metal> medal, fogging the exterior and rubbing it all over your torso to clean your prize as best as you possibly can. After you finish, you pause to admire your job well done.
  • CURTSY: You hug your <metal> medal to your chest and expressively flutter your free hand while performing an appropriately respectful curtsy. You nod your head knowingly as you rise to acknowledge your accomplishments.
  • DANCE: You cradle your <metal> medal against your body with both arms as you twirl around. You let loose a little bit and whistle to match the movement of your feet.
  • HUG: You curl an arm around your <metal> medal, hugging it close to your body. Cupping your other hand, you raise it and wave with your entire arm, moving your elbow first and trailing with your wrist. You pretend to cry a little bit just so the onlookers know how special this moment is.
  • KISS: You bring your <metal> medal to your lips and give it a big kiss, careful to wipe off any smudges afterwards.
  • RAISE: Raising your <metal> medal high above your head, you wave it around for everyone to see. With your opposite hand, you make a fist -- leaving only your index finger straight -- and shout, "I'm number one!"
  • TOUCH (before inscribing): You cup your <metal> medal in both hands and rub a thumb across a smooth spot on the surface. Smiling to yourself, you note that it looks like the perfect place for your name to go.
  • TOUCH (after inscribing): Holding it in front of you with one hand, you trace the engraving on your <metal> medal with your fingertips. You slowly drag them across the lines a few times and smile as you reminisce about the day you received your prize.

Variations

An example is a polished tel'athi medal encircled by tiny sunstone sea turtles.

Bolded materials are rare and required for alterations.

Metals
Gemstones