Item:Vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle

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vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle
Look: The shaft holds a pinkish white color and a straight grain, culminating in an elaborately carved bunny-shaped handle acting as a sturdy grip.

The parasol is <open/closed>.

Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 331,250 Kronars
265,000 Lirums
239,030 Dokoras
331.25 LTBpoints
331.25 Tickets
331.25 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 5 length x 2 width x 2 height
Sources: Source is Taisidon Safari 420 Game Prizes, Deluxe Safari 417 Game Prizes
  • Note: May keeps rain off your instrument if open while it is snowing/raining. Not tested.

Verbs

  • OPEN: You open a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle with a snap.
  • CLOSE: You slide a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle closed.
  • TURN (opened): You twirl a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle over your head with a wink.
  • TURN (closed): You give a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle a quick spin from its handle, twirling it through your fingers.
  • LEAN (opened): You lean awkwardly on a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle, wobbling slightly. It might work better if you close it first.
  • LEAN: You lean gently on a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle, trying to look nonchalant.
  • WAVE (opened): You wave a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle in the air and do a little tap dance.
  • WAVE (closed): You wave a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle, looking like a bird who forgot how to fly.
It might work better if you close it first.
  • TAP (opened): You tap a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle on the ground and it snaps closed, pinching your finger in the process! OUCH!
  • TAP (closed): You tap a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle on the ground and it flips up under your arm neatly.
  • SHAKE (opened): You shake a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle and nothing happens. It might work better if you close it first.
  • SHAKE (closed): You shake a vibrant pink camlet parasol with a carved kapok handle and succeed in poking yourself in the eye.


  • See the parasols page for a full list of verbs.