Item:Tall tankard topped with a sprawling kraken

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tall <wood> tankard topped with a sprawling <metal> kraken
Look: The drinking container's exterior is carved with an assortment of ships sailing upon stylized waves.
Weight: 8 stones
Metal: Unknown
Appraised Cost: 62,500 Kronars50,000 Lirums <br />45,100 Dokoras <br />62.5 LTBpoints <br />62.5 Tickets <br />62.5 Scrips <br />
Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the belt slot.
Dimensions: 3 length x 1 width x 1 height
Capacity: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height (10 stones)
Sources: Source is Hollow Eve Festival 447/Game prizes, Hollow Eve Festival 443/Game prizes, Hollow Eve Festival 439/Game prizes, Hollow Eve Festival 436/Game prizes
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Verbs

  • STUDY: You believe you could drink, guzzle, open, close, pour, fill, and exhale the tankard.
  • DRINK when empty: The <wood> tankard is empty!
  • DRINK when full:
  • GUZZLE when empty: The <wood> tankard is empty!
  • GUZZLE when full:
  • OPEN: You flip open the lid on your <wood> tankard.
  • CLOSE: You flip the lid on your <wood> tankard closed.
  • POUR when empty': You tip your tankard upside down, but there's nothing in it to pour out.
  • POUR when full':
  • FILL WITH <DRINK>:
  • EXHALE when empty': You blow gently on the tankard.
  • POUR when full':

Variations

An example is tall teak tankard topped with a sprawling damite kraken.

Bolded materials are rare and required for alterations.

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Metals