|Musical instruments Information|
|To play, must be...||Held|
|Size||2' x 4"|
This unique instrument of Agatea looks very much like a bendy two foot long comb with handles at either end. It can be played in various ways due to its flexible construction. As the handles are moved, dozens of small rectangular wooden blocks hit each other in succession, creating a captivatingly active rhythm very similar in sound to a row of dominoes falling.
- Geisha (Bes Pelargic)
- A dimly-lit shop (Bes Pelargic)
|159-197||In movements that no instrument should be subjected to, you create a loud and irritating rattle on your kokiriko.|
|159-197||You move the handles of your kokiriko tentatively, creating a brief rattling noise.|
|163-197||You perform a dull solo on your kokiriko.|
|197||You shake your kokiriko, creating an irritating rattle.|
|163||You shake your kokiriko at <target>, creating a disturbing rattle on it.|
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