Item:Witchclaw-handled broom with rawhide-bound bristles

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witchclaw-handled broom with rawhide-bound bristles
Look: Gouged into the two-tone wooden handle is an intricate geometric pattern that forms an unending labyrinth. Barely contained under a thick rawhide strap, thickly bunched bristles of blackwood spray outward as they strain to escape their bindings.
Weight: 10 stones
Appraised Cost: 1,250,000 Kronars
1,000,000 Lirums
902,000 Dokoras
1,250 LTBpoints
1,250 Tickets
1,250 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is magical.
  • This item is worn in a generic slot.
Dimensions: 15 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources:

A flying broom allows the rider to bypass ordinary climbing and swimming checks. (The broom can only reach destinations that are accessible by foot, so you can't use it to cross the sea.)

  • While held:
  • PULL: You pull a piece of straw from the end of your sleek broom. After closely inspecting it for bugs, you pop it into your mouth and proceed to pick your teeth.
  • SHAKE: You shake your sleek broom, filling the air with a cloud of dust.
  • SPIN: A mischievious look crosses your face as you spin around, deftly twirling your sleek broom like a small baton.



  • While mounted:
  • COMMAND: COMMAND broom TO {slow|glide|skim|fly}
COMMAND broom to swoop {target}
COMMAND broom to spin
  • COMMAND broom to SWOOP (pass): Winking at (target), you urge your broom straight up into the air. After skillfully flying a figure-eight pattern, you swoop past (target), spinning her around and leaving her in a cloud of dust.
  • COMMAND broom to SWOOP (fail): With a wink, you urge your broom straight up into the air. You try to fly your broom in a figure-eight pattern but quickly lose control, falling the short distance to the ground and landing on your rump.
  • COMMAND broom to SPIN: A mischievious look crosses your face as you deftly shift your body until you and the broom begin to spin out of control. After a moment the broom slows and you smile triumphantly.
  • NUDGE: You gently nudge your broom with one leg, coaxing it forward. Suddenly, it jerks ahead, causing you to scramble to hang on.
  • PULL: Glancing over your shoulder to make sure the area is clear, you give the sleek broom a quick pull, flying it backwards several feet.
  • SHAKE: You hover in the air on your sleek broom, dangling your feet for balance.
    • Linett mischievious should be spelled mischievous.