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| 185-193 || You strum a few chords on your lyre.
 
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| 196 || You create a noise akin to that made when a raven finds an eyeball as you perform a solo on your lyre.
 
| 196 || You create a noise akin to that made when a raven finds an eyeball as you perform a solo on your lyre.

Revision as of 19:25, 7 May 2013

Lyre
Musical instruments Information
Type String
Tuneable Yes
Mallet Yes - Lyre plectrum
To play, must be... Held
Size 2' x 1.5'
Weight 4 lb
Material Wood
Other None

Description

This classical lyre is a simple stringed instrument made out of a golden-coloured wood. It has a hollow body that acts as a sound resonator. Extending from this sound-chest are two raised hollow arms that curve both outwards and forward. They are connected near the top by a crossbar or yoke. An additional crossbar, fixed to the sound-chest, forms the bridge which transmits the vibrations of the strings. The strings (probably made of animal gut) are stretched between the yoke and bridge.

Where Found

Public Area

  • None

NPC

Store

Messages

Play

Bonus Range Message
146 With an obvious lack of skill, you play something that sounds like nails being dragged down a blackboard on your lyre.
146 You play a few clashing chords on your lyre.
189-201 You slowly play a few chords on your lyre.
193-198 You quickly play a discordant melody on your lyre.
196-197 You play a repetitive tune on your lyre.
196-198 You play an elegantly simple melody line on your lyre.

Strum

Bonus Range Message
185 You strum the same chord monotonously on your lyre.
193-196 You strum the same chord over and over on your lyre.
185-193 You strum a few chords on your lyre.
193-198 You quickly strum a sequence of chords on your lyre.

Perform

Bonus Range Message
189-198 You perform an irritating solo on your lyre.
196 You create a noise akin to that made when a raven finds an eyeball as you perform a solo on your lyre.

Serenade

Bonus Range Message
196 You serenade <target> with an uninteresting tune on your lyre.
196 You serenade <target> with an awful melody on your lyre.
196 You play a simple tune on your lyre for <target>.

Other Information