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{{Item
|noun=Compass
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|rev=3
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|noun=compass
 
|look=Patina has been added to the once-bright metal, giving it a timeworn appearance.  The compass features a hinged lid faintly embossed with interlocking alchemical and mathematical symbols.  A braided brown leather chain loops through the large metal ring piercing the top of the tool.
 
|look=Patina has been added to the once-bright metal, giving it a timeworn appearance.  The compass features a hinged lid faintly embossed with interlocking alchemical and mathematical symbols.  A braided brown leather chain loops through the large metal ring piercing the top of the tool.
|MTag=Copper
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|MTag=copper,leather
|CTag=Copper
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|CTag=copper
|type=misc, toy, verby
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|STag=math,alchemy,alchemical symbol,math symbol
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|type=toy, verby
 
|wearloc=belt
 
|wearloc=belt
 
|weight=5
 
|weight=5
|appcost=37500
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|appcost=37,500
|lsize=2
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|lsize=1
|wsize=5
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|wsize=1
 
|hsize=1
 
|hsize=1
|source=The Gear Shop (2)
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|sourcetype=-
|cost=27,060 Dokoras
 
|sourcetype=sold by
 
 
|fname=No
 
|fname=No
 
}}
 
}}
 
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==Verbs==
As you study the compass, you think you could probably TURN, PUSH, TAP and NIBBLE it.
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* {{com|study}}: As you study the compass, you think you could probably TURN, PUSH, TAP and NIBBLE it.
 
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* {{com|tURN}}: You turn your compass, trying to get the needle to stop moving.  It doesn't.
TURN:
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:Others see: ''<Person>'' turns ''<his/her>'' compass this way and that, but doesn't seem to be having any luck.
You turn your compass, trying to get the needle to stop moving.  It doesn't.
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* {{com|PUSH}}: You point your compass until the needle lines up with north.  Now you know which way north is!
 
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:Others see: ''<Person>'' points ''<his/her>'' compass until its needle lines up with north.  ''<He/She>'' appears pleased with herself!
PUSH:
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* {{com|TAP}}: You tap your compass, causing the needle to spin wildly.  How will you find your way now?
You point your compass until the needle lines up with north.  Now you know which way north is!
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:Others see: ''<Person>'' taps ''<his/her>'' compass, causing the needle to spin wildly.  Hopefully, no one left ''<him/her>'' in charge of directions.
 
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* {{com|NIBBLE}}: In a moment of true exasperation, you try biting the compass when nothing else works.  That doesn't work either, except now your teeth hurt.
TAP:
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:Others see: ''<Person>'' bites down on ''<his/her>'' compass, looking exasperated.  ''<He/She>'' then winces in pain, looking like ''<he/she>'' didn't accomplish much.
You tap your compass, causing the needle to spin wildly.  How will you find your way now?
 
 
 
NIBBLE:
 
In a moment of true exasperation, you try biting the compass when nothing else works.  That doesn't work either, except now your teeth hurt.
 

Latest revision as of 14:02, 9 June 2017


antiqued copper compass on a leather fob
Look: Patina has been added to the once-bright metal, giving it a timeworn appearance. The compass features a hinged lid faintly embossed with interlocking alchemical and mathematical symbols. A braided brown leather chain loops through the large metal ring piercing the top of the tool.
Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 37,500 Kronars
30,000 Lirums
27,060 Dokoras
37.5 LTBpoints
37.5 Tickets
37.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is worn in the belt slot.
  • This item is a toy.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Gear Shop (5), Gear Shop (4), Gear Shop (3), Gear Shop (2)

Verbs

  • STUDY: As you study the compass, you think you could probably TURN, PUSH, TAP and NIBBLE it.
  • TURN: You turn your compass, trying to get the needle to stop moving. It doesn't.
Others see: <Person> turns <his/her> compass this way and that, but doesn't seem to be having any luck.
  • PUSH: You point your compass until the needle lines up with north. Now you know which way north is!
Others see: <Person> points <his/her> compass until its needle lines up with north. <He/She> appears pleased with herself!
  • TAP: You tap your compass, causing the needle to spin wildly. How will you find your way now?
Others see: <Person> taps <his/her> compass, causing the needle to spin wildly. Hopefully, no one left <him/her> in charge of directions.
  • NIBBLE: In a moment of true exasperation, you try biting the compass when nothing else works. That doesn't work either, except now your teeth hurt.
Others see: <Person> bites down on <his/her> compass, looking exasperated. <He/She> then winces in pain, looking like <he/she> didn't accomplish much.