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This ritual costs 30 GP, and is not performed on anything.
It requires the power of speech.
This ritual uses faith.rituals.misc.area.
This ritual requires no components.
You concentrate very hard on the nature of fluff. You ask Gufnork to grant you fluff.
Your prayers are answered, and you find yourself blessed with the gift of bright orange fluff.
What others see
Naefela of Gufnork appears to enter a trance. Naefela of Gufnork mutters a few quick syllables. With a dry sucking noise, a lump of indigo fluff materialises in Naefela of Gufnork's hands.
A ball of fluff can be referred to as a "fluff", or a "ball". In the plural, they are "fluffs", "balls", or "fluves".
Sizes and divisibility
They come in the following sizes:
|Size||Weight||Approximate misc.area bonus range to summon|
|sizeable||3/9 lb||155 and under|
|large||4/9 lb||155 - 272|
|huge||5/9 lb||266 - 409|
Balls larger than 1/9 lb can be cut with a knife, resulting in smaller pieces. Pieces are at least 1/9 lb, so there's a limit to how many pieces you can cut a fluff into. Doing this results in, for example, "a third of a huge ball of coral red fluff", and not a smaller ball.
Balls larger than 1/9 lb can also be eaten, reducing them by one size category (balls that are 1/9 lb can also be eaten--this makes them disappear).
Fluves can be:
- Eaten (each of the dozens of colours tastes different).
- Burned in Sek's fire pit in Djelibeybi for a slight alignment change.
- Used as a towel.
- Thrown at people (a non-aggressive act that is not pk-checked).
- Used for Gufnork's unique ritual modifiers
Since fluves created with Summon Fluff come pre-consecrated to your deity, they can also be convenient objects to Remember Place with.
A Summon Fluff ward, when triggered, will cause a ball of fluff to appear in the victim's inventory or on their corpse, depending on whether the item was stolen or taken from their corpse.
Naefela of Gufnork will perform this ritual sometimes when a player enters the room she's in. She will then (usually) either give them the ball, or throw the ball at them. If she throws the ball, she will eat it afterwards unless you pick it up quickly enough.
- Depending on other modifiers; the lowest bonus listed may only be possible with positive modifiers such as being at a high altar, while the highest bonus may be with negative modifiers.