Custom prayer beads can be ordered from Gemma on the south part of the upstairs gallery in the Temple of Small Gods. It is believed that all sets of custom prayer beads are the same weight, regardless of materials, ornamentation, number of beads, or other customisations. They come pre-consecrated to the deity of the person who ordered them, and can cost anywhere from &&&&&&&&&&+20000 for a fairly plain set, to hundreds of dollars for a little more pizzazz, to tens of thousands of dollars for a ridiculously fancy set. They work the same way as the regular prayer beads—although they can be ordered with more or fewer beads, a potential bonus if you like to move the beads around.
Sales and Discounts
Gemma usually has some materials at discounted prices. She will sometimes mention these during the ordering process, but you can also
say discount to prompt her to tell you what she has currently on sale.
Gemma says: I can currently offer a discount on a gold base and on moonstone beads.
Gemma says: I currently have too much gold wire, so I can make prayer beads cheaply with it.
You must be able to speak Morporkian well enough for Gemma to understand you.
The ordering process is done with
say buy or
You can always ask to have the options repeated or tell her you want to stop if you wish to start over.
say Can you repeat the options please? say I want to stop ordering
Your custom prayer beads will take time to create; you should be told how long it will take at the end of the ordering process. If you forget to make a note of this, you can always
say collect for a reminder.
Gemma exclaims: It is not ready yet! Gemma says: It should be ready in about one hour and twenty-nine minutes.
Gemma exclaims: You want to buy a personalised set of prayer beads? Great! Gemma beams at you. Gemma says: I just have a few questions for you. Say stop at any time if you change your mind. Gemma asks: What type of base material would you like? Gemma says: You can choose from the following: fishing line, black steel, platinum, electrum, leather, rawhide, bronze, copper, pewter, ribbon, silver, sinew, twine, steel, brass, wire, gold, cord and iron.
Gemma asks: What type of beads would you like? Gemma says: You can choose from the following: black diamond, lapis lazuli, rock crystal, golden pearl, black steel, black pearl, rose quartz, alexandrite, chalcedony, aventurine, blue pearl, heliotrope, andalusite, bloodstone, sandalwood, cordierite, indicolite, tourmaline, serpentine, aquamarine, carnelian, rhodolite, morganite, moonstone, amazonite, turquoise, verdelite, ankhstone, tanzanite, malachite, sinhalite, lodestone, benitoite, chestnut, hematite, amethyst, sodalite, ironwood, achroite, rosewood, sunstone, ametrine, obsidian, titanite, mahogany, sapphire, hyaline, citrine, peridot, diamond, kunzite, dravite, hickory, emerald, jasper, silver, wooden, spinel, violan, garnet, pyrite, iolite, morion, halite, bronze, walnut, copper, coral, agate, steel, topaz, maple, beryl, ebony, balsa, amber, pearl, shell, ivory, glass, cedar, brass, ruby, bone, opal, teak, jade, onyx, pine, elm, jet and oak.
Gemma asks: What kind of decoration would you like your beads to have? Gemma says: You can choose from the following: well-used, enamelled, sparkling, lacquered, darkened, polished, gleaming, engraved, chipped, inlaid, ground, smooth, gilded, carved, shiny, rough, aged, worn, none and old.
Gemma asks: What type of charm would you like? Gemma says: You can choose from the following: strange creature with seven arms, chocolate covered coffee bean, tiny model of a human skull, withered piece of a saint, tiny list of commandments, miniature sailing ship, miniature prayer book, petrified coffee bean, tiny champagne bottle, tiny ship in a bottle, fluffy rabbit's foot, miniature red brick, tiny set of clothes, model of Sandelfon, miniature suitcase, tiny silver needle, tiny bottle of rum, tiny pewter shield, fluffy womble doll, dusty grey feather, tiny fold-out bed, miniature dolphin, crystal raindrop, model of Gufnork, miniature rabbit, miniature dagger, silver fishhook, golden fishhook, spool of thread, small corridor, model of Pishe, silver chalice, phial of water, black crystal, golden needle, model of Gapp, ball of fluff, votive candle, white crystal, whale's tooth, model of Fish, vulture head, grey crystal, scarlet hand, model of Hat, model of Sek, wisdom tooth, shark tooth, small cloud, yeti tooth, small fish, tiny quill, wolf tooth, rat heart, ribbon and none.
Number of Beads
Gemma asks: How many beads would you like to have on the chain? Gemma says: You can choose from the following: one hundred and eight, one hundred and fifty, two hundred and fifty, three hundred, thirty-eight, thirty-seven, twenty-seven, thirty-three, seventy-five, twenty-eight, thirty-four, forty-seven, one hundred, forty-eight, thirty-five, forty-three, two hundred, twenty-five, thirty-nine, twenty-nine, thirty-six, forty-five, thirty-one, forty-four, fifty-four, twenty-six, thirty-two, forty-six, forty-two, forty-one, thirty, forty and fifty.
That is: 25 through 48, 50, 54, 75, 100, 108, 150, 200, 250 or 300.
|ametrine||6||purple and yellow|
|chalcedony||8||blue green or pink|
|cordierite||6||blue to purple|
|heliotrope||7||green with red|
|tanzanite||5||blue to purple|
|tourmaline||6||pink to green (watermelon)|
|ball of fluff||1.4|
|chocolate covered coffee bean||?|
|dusty grey feather||?|
|fluffy rabbit's foot||1.8|
|fluffy womble doll||1.6|
|miniature prayer book||3|
|miniature red brick||?|
|miniature sailing ship||?|
|model of Fish||?|
|model of Gapp||?|
|model of Gufnork||1.2|
|model of Hat||?|
|model of Pishe||1.2|
|model of Sandelfon||?|
|model of Sek||?|
|petrified coffee bean||?|
|phial of water||1.6|
|spool of thread||?|
|strange creature with seven arms||1.8|
|tiny bottle of rum||?|
|tiny champagne bottle||?|
|tiny fold-out bed||?|
|tiny list of commandments||4|
|tiny model of a human skull||?|
|tiny pewter shield||1.4|
|tiny set of clothes||?|
|tiny ship in a bottle||?|
|tiny silver needle||?|
|withered piece of a saint||3|
|one hundred and eight||2|
|one hundred and fifty||2|
|two hundred and fifty||3|