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  1. Talking EG Tier 5 find + other hair do-dad

    A couple nice digging game finds here, including a tier 5 hair feather. I'm curious as to their worth, since they don't quite fit my character's RP.

    Up first is the T5, an aquamarine macaw feather.
    You analyze your macaw feather and sense that the creator has provided the following information:

    As you contemplate an aquamarine macaw feather you realize that it is a small item and will never have much weight to it, therefore lightening it seems unnecessary. You also note that the color of the feather will translate into bead and headband colors for some of the hair styles.

    This feather is currently tier 4 of 4 tiers. You are able to use the following verbs on it:
    Wear, remove, weave, pull, attend, pinch, tickle, nudge, gaze, turn, eat, push, and shrug.

    You get no sense of whether or not the feather may be further lightened.

    >wear feath
    You gingerly clip the feather into your hair and it quickly gets hidden in your tresses.

    >weave feath
    You nimbly weave your tousled hair into a multitude of thin herringbone braids that hug your skull.
    [and the description when I gaze into a mirror]: He has tousled, blue-black hair separated into a multitude of thin herringbone braids that hug the skull and are woven with thin beads and aquamarine macaw feathers.

    Other gestures produce other looks. First you have to pull the style out before trying another.

    >pull feather
    With deft twists and flicks of your wrist, you quickly work your way through the braids bound to your scalp and unravel each and every one.
    >turn feather
    Starting at your temple and working your way backwards along your scalp, you deftly weave your hair into dozens of incredibly thin braids. Here and there along the various lengths, you add aquamarine beads and macaw plumules.
    [the description]: He has tousled, blue-black hair woven into a riotous mass of incredibly thin braids that are sporadically peppered with aquamarine beads and macaw plumules.

    So there are several styles available. I'm still experimenting with it.

    * * * * * *

    The other find is a burled walnut case with a monogrammed gold plate. It's belt wearable.
    >analyze case
    You analyze your walnut case and sense that the item is largely free from merchant alteration restrictions.

    The creator has also provided the following information:
    This item may be altered by a talented merchant, though it must make sense for the manner in which the case is opened and closed. A small handful of merchants may also be willing and able to customize the manner in which you open and close the case.

    You might be able to have a talented merchant lighten the walnut case for you or deepen its pockets.

    >open case
    As you open the lid on your walnut case, a small mirror slides into view. Hello, gorgeous!

    >close case
    As you close the lid on your walnut case, a small mirror disappears from view, not before you give yourself one final look.

    >l in case
    In the walnut case you see a pair of driftwood hairsticks and a small round mirror.
    >get hairs
    You remove a pair of pearl-tipped driftwood hairsticks from in your walnut case.

    >wear hairs
    You sweep your hair up with deft fingers and arrange it into a new look, securing your styled tresses with a pair of pearl-tipped driftwood hairsticks.

    [wearing the hairsticks]: He has tousled, blue-black hair gathered into a loose top knot and skewered with a pair of pearl-tipped driftwood hairsticks.
    Last edited by somethief2; 10-11-2017 at 10:26 AM.

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    Congratulations on your find! The hair feather is hard, since they're completely new to the game. Given that the hairstyles are not customizable, which makes it less valuable than a veola but has more trapped verbs... my guess would probably be somewhere between 5-10m. This of course is dependent upon how many t4 unlocks happen during merchant week, I think.

    The hairsticks are so common as a T4 (I have 7-8 of them from digging), I'd say 50-100k probably.
    Last edited by Jhynnifer; 10-11-2017 at 04:21 PM.
    You slap Walkar's cheek, hard.
    He continues, "I've decided that I'm not going to let you serve community service, so don't get your hopes up. To this aim, you may either pay the fine of 50000000 silvers plus any other outstanding debts you may owe, or serve a total of 120 minutes of incarceration. You may ANSWER me either FINE or INCARCERATION as your choice. But I digress. Choose quickly, now, lest I hold you in contempt of court for wasting my time."

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    Thank you! I moved them over to the auction folder.

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