Item:Pitted steel repair case

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pitted steel repair case
Look: Streaked, scarred and sprinkled with small holes, irregular steel plates cover the deceptively sturdy teak box. Despite its crude exterior, the spacious case has been lined in dark green felt and divided into multiple compartments capable of storing an entire siegery set. A pair of rust-covered steel chains allow the container to be attached to a belt when worn.

The interior is divided into many tiny compartments, each carefully lined with soft felt.

Weight: 5 stones
Appraised Cost: 2,625,000 Kronars
2,100,000 Lirums
1,894,200 Dokoras
2,625 LTBpoints
2,625 Tickets
2,625 Scrips
Special Properties:
  • This item is a container or has pockets.
  • This item is worn in the belt slot.
  • This item is a toy.
  • This item is used in the siegery game.
Dimensions: 6 length x 3 width x 3 height
Capacity: 6 length x 3 width x 3 height (60 stones)
Sources: Source is Siegery Shop (4), Siegery Shop (3), Siegery Shop (2), Siegery Shop (1)
  • STUDY: You think that the repair case is used to store the pieces for a siegery game.
You can store your siegery game pieces inside the case, then CLOSE it to fully repair them.
  • CLOSE: As you close the repair case, you hear a sharp metallic click followed by a mechanical whirring sound from deep within the case.
The faint, mechanical whirring within your repair case stops, followed by a soft click.

Original Contents

miniature war camp surrounded by a ramshackle stakewall
miniature rough-hewn oak ballista
pair of miniature black goblins armed with throwing axes
miniature goblin chieftain brandishing a pitted steel warsword
miniature goblin archer garbed in boiled leather armor
miniature goblin berserker armored in bloodstained chainmail
miniature goblin shaman carrying a shiny stick
miniature goblin mercenary equipped with a heavy war mattock