Item:Rugged oilcloth morawen

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rugged oilcloth morawen
Look: Bearing a double cross-body design, this traditional Human weapon harness allows for two weapons to be held on it near the wearer's hips via a system of attached blackened steel frogs, each shaped like a bear's claw.
Weight: 35 stones
Appraised Cost: Unknown
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the shoulder slot.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
  • This item is styled or has special functions for Humans.
Capacity: 13 length x 4 width x 1 height (200 stones)
Sources: Source is Humanist (3), Humanist (2)
  • note: This is similar to Rebecho tie containers, however you PUT and GET the weapons instead of TIE/UNTIE them.
  • STUDY:
The morawen seems able to hang one or two weapons from the shoulder.
You think you could also wave, turn, pull, and prod the morawen.
  • WAVE: You thump the empty morawen strapped to your shoulder.
  • TURN: You place your hand on your oilcloth morawen as you inspect it closely for any flaws or imperfections.
  • PULL: You tug at your empty morawen.
  • PROD: You place your hand on your oilcloth morawen and survey the area with a hint of malice in your eyes.
  • WEAR: You toss one strap of the morawen over your shoulder, pull it down and buckle it to its mate.
  • HOLD: You unbuckle the straps of the morawen and sling it off of your shoulder.
  • PUT <weapon>: You secure your <weapon> to your morawen.
  • GET <weapon>: You deftly remove the <weapon> from your morawen.