Item:Swirling eddy of incandescent light bound by a gold-striated coralite frame

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swirling eddy of incandescent light bound by a gold-striated coralite frame
Look: A small pocket is barely visible within the circular movement of light.
Weight: 10 stones
Appraised Cost: 3125000 Kronars
2,500,000 Lirums
2,255,000 Dokoras
3,125 LTBpoints
3,125 Tickets
3,125 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is magical.
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in a generic slot.
Dimensions: 3 length x 2 width x 1 height
Capacity: 18 length x 13 width x 9 height (1700 stones)
Sources: Source is Hollow Eve Festival 436


  • This item was the gift during the Hollow Eve Festival 436 (2020) event.
  • You can get these altered, but the noun must remain "eddy".
  • Item will bond to the character and is not transferrable.
  • Yes, it works for F2P if they buy a ticket.
  • This is a generally worn container the size of a fully embiggened hitman's backpack. Like the linked containers occasionally sold at auction, the items inside this container magically teleport through a "watery portal" and are stored in the Merelew vaults. These aren't linked to any other bags, but the mechanics are similar. They'll hold up to 200 items (for now, staff may adjust this number).
  • Essentially, your carry capacity is increased by 200 items, but without additional weight. The items are stored off your person and you're given a portal to access it. (The vault it stores things in is the same size as the bag.)
  • The items that you put in the container aren't actually in the container: They're magically transported to the Merelew vault. They're literally not on your character, they don't count against your inventory count, they don't count against your encumbrance. They're not on you.
  • As such, the command INVENTORY LIST does not itemize what's been put into the container.[1]
  • To see what you've put into the container, use either INVENTORY MY EDDY or LOOK IN MY PORTAL commands.
  • Warning: Unlike vaults, the items stored within are not be copied over to the Test Instance.[2]
  • Warning: Like with vaults, favor orbs left in an eddy for too long will shatter, leaving behind some shattered glass. [3]


Storing Items


Retrieving Items


Note: the FROM MY EDDY syntax does not work.

Listing Items

Inside a swirling eddy of incandescent light bound by a gold-striated coralite frame, you see:
a gem pouch
[Use INVENTORY HELP for more options.]

Note: the INVENTORY PORTAL syntax does not work.

Other Verbs

The interior of the swirling eddy seems to funnel downward where it attaches to a watery portal. You suspect you'll have to look into the watery portal to view or get any belongings.
You focus your magical senses on a swirling eddy of incandescent light bound by a gold-striated coralite frame.
The swirling eddy has a definite magical pattern, which apparently is an enchanted item.
You recognize the pattern as a manifestation of Lunar magic.
It seems to involve Enlightened Geometry and appears to allow for continual teleportation.
You gaze deeply into the swirling eddy and find your gaze slipping through the watery portal. Through it, you see...
[Under the Sea, Secure Vault]
Richly hued flowstone in reds, greens, and purples ripples in the soft illumination of the expansive cavern. Stalactites thrust from the ceiling, between which singular points of glistening blue light reside atop dangling clear strands, glowworms slowly moving along the rooftop within their hanging traps. Along the walls are a seemingly endless series of small pockets carved into the stone, paired with a watery portal.
Obvious paths: none.


  1. Post:HE Gift Eddy versus Containers - 12/15/2020 - 17:47
  2. Post:Updates to COUNT and INVENTORY - 02/25/2021 - 02:16
  3. Post:Eddy destroys Favor Orbs on 05/03/2021 11:09

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