|Look:||In a pavilion draped with rose, white and crimson bunting, sits a circle of tiny figures holding even tinier instruments. In the center, one stands with fists on his hips, ready to dance.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 6,250 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||2 length x 2 width x 2 height|
|Sources:||Source is Toy Box (2)|
- STUDY: As you study the bandstand, you think you could probably wave, push, clean, turn, rub and pull it.
- WAVE: You hold your toy bandstand up to get a good look at it (and to let others see it too, of course).
- PUSH: You put your toy bandstand on the ground and give it a push. It rolls to a stop, and you pick it up.
- CLEAN: You brush some dust from your toy bandstand and give it a little shake, untangling the string you pull it with.
- TURN: To make sure everything's working, you turn each of the bandstand's wheels, making sure they spin freely.
- RUB: You rub a toy bandstand lightly, noting the workmanship of the articulation of its parts.
- PULL: You set your toy bandstand on the ground and give the string a pull. To the tinkling of a music-box melody, the musicians beat their drums and strum their lutes while the dancer does a lively clog step. When it reaches you, you pick it up.