Item:Anloral lion pin

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anloral lion pin
Look: Clean: ?

Dirty: A thin layer of dust blots out the characteristic soft blue hue of the anloral.

Weight: 1 stones
Appraised Cost: 93,750 Kronars93.75 ring
93.75 Scrips
93.75 Tickets
67,650 Dokoras
93.75 LTBpoints
Special Properties:
  • This item is worn in a generic slot.
  • This item is styled or has special functions for Clerics.
  • This item is styled or has special functions for Paladins.
  • This item has more than normal or unusual verbs.
Dimensions: 1 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Source is Soulful Trinkets

Notes

  • This item will break when you interact with it, if your last favor is not from Chadatru.
  • It will bond to the first person to CLEAN it.

Verbs

  • CLEANing the pin will provide a boost to devotion or soul state.
  • KISS: You kiss your fingertips, then lightly touch your lion pin.
  • PAT: You give your lion pin a quick pat, taking some comfort in the act.
  • PULL: You pull on your lion pin impatiently and roll your eyes upward.
  • PUSH: You push your lion pin, accidentally jabbing yourself with it!
  • RUB: You run your fingers along your lion pin and mutter a quick prayer under your breath.
  • SNUGGLE: You adjust the fit of your lion pin.
  • TAP: You restlessly tap an anloral lion pin, trying to conceal your boredom.
  • TURN: You spin your lion pin around, making sure it is displayed properly.
Facts about Anloral lion pinRDF feed
Appraised cost is93,750 Kronars (93.75 ring, 93.75 Scrips, 93.75 Tickets, 67,650 Dokoras, 93.75 LTBpoints, 75,000 Lirums, 93.75 SimuCoins)  +
Guild association isCleric  + and Paladin  +
Has item propertyjewelry  +, cleric style  +, paladin style  + and verby  +
Height is1  +
Ireview2  +
Length is1  +
Noun ispin  +
Page type isitem  +
Rare itemtrue  +
Rare sourcetrue  +
Source isSoulful Trinkets  +
Uses colorblue  +
Uses materialAnloral  +
Uses symbolLion  + and Chadatru  +
Weight of1  +
Width is1  +
Worn in slotgeneric  +
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