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* {{com|study}}: (without gem) The ring appears to be capable of holding a single gem. You think that to put a gem into the socket, you need to PUT the gem in the ring. You also think that in order to get a gem back out, you can GET the gem FROM the ring again while holding it. You think you can also RUB, TAP, TOUCH and CLEAN the ring. The ring seems to be missing a gem.
 
* {{com|study}}: (without gem) The ring appears to be capable of holding a single gem. You think that to put a gem into the socket, you need to PUT the gem in the ring. You also think that in order to get a gem back out, you can GET the gem FROM the ring again while holding it. You think you can also RUB, TAP, TOUCH and CLEAN the ring. The ring seems to be missing a gem.
* {{com|study}}: (without gem) The ring appears to be capable of holding a single gem. You think that to put a gem into the socket, you need to PUT the gem in the ring. You also think that in order to get a gem back out, you can GET the gem FROM the ring again while holding it. You think you can also RUB, TAP, TOUCH and CLEAN the ring. There is a <gem> set into the ring.
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* {{com|study}}: (with gem) The ring appears to be capable of holding a single gem. You think that to put a gem into the socket, you need to PUT the gem in the ring. You also think that in order to get a gem back out, you can GET the gem FROM the ring again while holding it. You think you can also RUB, TAP, TOUCH and CLEAN the ring. There is a <gem> set into the ring.
 
* {{com|put}}: You carefully set the <gem> into the ring, pushing the tiny prongs to hold it in place, and you end up with a lavish black Elven gold wedding ring surmounted by a <gem>.
 
* {{com|put}}: You carefully set the <gem> into the ring, pushing the tiny prongs to hold it in place, and you end up with a lavish black Elven gold wedding ring surmounted by a <gem>.
 
* {{com|rub}}: You run your finger lightly along the edge of your ring, smiling slightly at the <gem> placed within.
 
* {{com|rub}}: You run your finger lightly along the edge of your ring, smiling slightly at the <gem> placed within.

Latest revision as of 21:32, 2 November 2016


lavish black Elven gold wedding ring surmounted by an empty setting
Look: Narrow tendrils of oxidized gold rise up from the shank of this delicate ring, forming graceful arches that curl around a unique, knife-edged bezel setting. The added height emphasizes the central setting, making it appear larger. An empty gem setting mars the ring's appearance slightly
Weight: 1 stones
Appraised Cost: 562,500 Kronars
450,000 Lirums
405,900 Dokoras
562.5 LTBpoints
562.5 Tickets
562.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is worn in the finger slot.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Limited Treasures (2)
  • STUDY: (without gem) The ring appears to be capable of holding a single gem. You think that to put a gem into the socket, you need to PUT the gem in the ring. You also think that in order to get a gem back out, you can GET the gem FROM the ring again while holding it. You think you can also RUB, TAP, TOUCH and CLEAN the ring. The ring seems to be missing a gem.
  • STUDY: (with gem) The ring appears to be capable of holding a single gem. You think that to put a gem into the socket, you need to PUT the gem in the ring. You also think that in order to get a gem back out, you can GET the gem FROM the ring again while holding it. You think you can also RUB, TAP, TOUCH and CLEAN the ring. There is a <gem> set into the ring.
  • PUT: You carefully set the <gem> into the ring, pushing the tiny prongs to hold it in place, and you end up with a lavish black Elven gold wedding ring surmounted by a <gem>.
  • RUB: You run your finger lightly along the edge of your ring, smiling slightly at the <gem> placed within.
  • TAP: You tap out a rhythmic beat on the <gem> held in your ring.
  • TOUCH: You gently touch the ring, running your fingers along the ulhari prism it holds.
  • CLEAN: You carefully clean the ring with a bit of cloth, burnishing the <gem> held within until it gleams beautifully.
  • CLEAN: You carefully pull back the tiny prongs holding the <gem> in place and pull it out of the ring, ending up with a <gem> and an Elven gold wedding ring.