Chatty furniture

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Chatty furnitures are furniture that give off periodic item chats.

Items

Source
(Kefka's db)
Item name Chats Type Notes
Kefka's item database Agatean garden teahouse chime No wind:

A gentle breeze wakes the bell dangling below the Agatean garden teahouse chime.
The Agatean garden teahouse chime rings softly in a subtle breeze.
The Agatean garden teahouse chime sits silently and sullenly, waiting for a passing breath of air.
The dancing music played by the Agatean garden teahouse chime is very soothing.
The ringing of gentle bells fills the room as a soft breeze disturbs the Agatean garden teahouse chime.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes the Agatean garden teahouse chime to ring with a quick little tune.
A subtle shift in the air causes the Agatean garden teahouse chime to stir slightly.
The Agatean garden teahouse chime sits still and quiet.
The Agatean garden teahouse chime sits still, no breeze moving it.
The Agatean garden teahouse chime strikes a few quiet notes.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes the bell below your Agatean garden teahouse chime to ring gently.
A light draft catches your Agatean garden teahouse chime, causing its bell to ring softly.
The Agatean garden teahouse chime makes a few quiet notes as the breeze catches it.
Steady breeze or strong breeze:
A breeze catches your Agatean garden teahouse chime, causing its bell to ring brightly.
The breeze disturbs your Agatean garden teahouse chime, causing its bell to jingle with a series of soft tones.
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime rings with a few quick peals.
Steady wind:
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime rings with a series of clear, bright notes.
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime twists in the wind, its bell pealing loudly and excitedly.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your Agatean garden teahouse chime, making its bell ring out, loud and clear.
The bell on your Agatean garden teahouse chime peals loudly as the wind catches it.
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime rings with an erratic but enthusiastic beat, pulled by the wind.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your Agatean garden teahouse chime, causing its bell to peal loudly.
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime is twisted around in the wind, bell ringing with a loud bright noise.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
The strong winds cause the bell on your Agatean garden teahouse chime to ring sharply, pulled to the end of its chain.
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime rings loudly, bell shaking in the gale.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your Agatean garden teahouse chime nearly horizontal, bell clattering loudly.
Your Agatean garden teahouse chime clatters loudly, the storm causing its bell to strike rapidly with no musicality.

decorative Can hold a tealight. You can "ring" it.
Kefka's item database apple wood bookcase The faintest whiff of apples comes from the apple wood bookcase. bookcase This is also a container (see above section).
butterfly wind chime No wind:

A faint tinkling noise can be heard as your butterfly wind chime moves.
Light is refracted through your butterfly wind chime, briefly creating a colourful pattern.
The chimes dangling from your butterfly wind chime flit about slightly, as though tapped by an invisible hand.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes your butterfly wind chime to ring out a quick little tune.
A subtle shift in the air causes your butterfly wind chime to stir slightly.
A tentative note tinkles from your butterfly wind chime.
Your butterfly wind chime sits still and quiet.
Your butterfly wind chime sits still, no breeze moving it.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes your butterfly wind chime's glass chimes to let out a fluttering clink.
A light draft catches your butterfly wind chime, causing the chimes to strike each other with a dull clink.
Your butterfly wind chime jingles brightly in the wind.
Steady breeze or strong breeze:
A breeze catches your butterfly wind chime, causing the chimes to clink together.
A muffled melody rings from your butterfly wind chime as the chimes flit about.
The breeze disturbs your butterfly wind chime, causing the chimes to flutter softly.
Steady wind:
Your butterfly wind chime rings out a series of sharp clinks in the steady wind.
Your butterfly wind chime twists in the wind, glass chimes fluttering excitedly.
Your butterfly wind chime clatters with an erratic and staccato beat, chimes moving in the wind.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your butterfly wind chime, making the glass chimes flutter about and strike each other with a loud clattering noise.
The glass chimes jangle angrily as the stiff breeze agitates them.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your butterfly wind chime, causing its chimes to rub together with a loud hiss.
Your butterfly wind chime is twisted around in the wind, chimes striking together with a loud sharp noise.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
The strong winds cause the chimes on your butterfly wind chime to clink together sharply, pulled to the end of their chains.
Your butterfly wind chime clatters loudly, the gale threatening to shatter its glass chimes.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your butterfly wind chime nearly horizontal, chimes clattering, loud, sharp and angry.
Your butterfly wind chime clatters loudly, the storm threatening to shatter its glass chimes.

decorative You can "ring" it.
castle wind chime No wind:

Light is refracted through the clouds below your castle wind chime, briefly creating a colourful rainbow pattern.
The chimes move slightly, in an invisible breeze.
Tinkling noises can be heard as the chimes move.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes your castle wind chime to ring out a quick little tune.
Your castle wind chime sits still and quiet.
Your castle wind chime sits still, no breeze moving it.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes your castle wind chime to ring with a merry tune.
A light draft catches your castle wind chime causing it to ring out cheerfully.
Your castle wind chime jingles brightly in the wind.
Steady breeze or strong breeze:
A breeze catches your castle wind chime, causing it to peal out a bright tune before falling silent again.
An earnest and soothing melody rings from your castle wind chime.
The breeze disturbs your castle wind chime, invoking a charming tune.
Steady wind:
Your castle wind chime rings out a lengthy song in the steady wind.
Your castle wind chime twists in the wind, playing out its tune.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your castle wind chime, making it ring loudly for a moment.
Your castle wind chime rings out an erratic and staccato song, pulled by the wind.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your castle wind chime, causing it to clatter more than ring.
Your castle wind chime is twisted around in the wind, ringing loudly.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
The strong winds cause your castle wind chime to ring sharply, chimes pulled to the end of their chains.
Your castle wind chime peals loudly, the gale shaking it violently.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your castle wind chime nearly horizontal, chimes clattering.
Your castle wind chime rings loudly, its tintinnabulation warning of the ferocity of the storm.

decorative You can "ring" it.
Kefka's item database cuckoo clock Suddenly, a wooden cuckoo springs out of the clock while mechanisms chirp and whir madly.

Cuckoo!
Cuckoo!
The cuckoo pops back inside the clock and the doors flap shut.

clock Chats occur on the hour; "Cuckoo!" occurs the same number of times as the hour it's striking.
Kefka's item database dragonfly wind chime No wind:

The bells chime softly in a breeze.
The dancing music that your dragonfly wind chime plays is very soothing.
The dragonfly wind chime rings softly in a subtle breeze.
The dragonfly wind chime sits silently and sullenly, waiting for a passing breath of air.
The ringing of gentle bells fills the area as a soft breeze disturbs the dragonfly wind chime.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes the dragonfly wind chime to ring out a quick little tune.
The dragonfly wind chime sits still and quiet.
The dragonfly wind chime sits still, no breeze moving it.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes the bells to peal out in a merry tune.
A light draft catches the dragonfly wind chime causing the bells to ring out cheerfully.
The dragonfly wind chime jingles brightly in the wind.
Steady breeze or a strong breeze:
A breeze catches the dragonfly wind chime, causing it to peal out a bright tune before falling silent again.
An earnest and soothing melody rings from your dragonfly wind chime.
The breeze disturbs the dragonfly wind chime, invoking a charming tune.
Steady wind:
Your dragonfly wind chime rings out a lengthy song in the steady wind.
Your dragonfly wind chime twists in the wind, playing out its tune.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your dragonfly wind chime, making its bells ring.
Your dragonfly wind chime rings out an erratic and staccato song, pulled by the wind.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your dragonfly wind chime, causing it to clatter more than ring.
Your dragonfly wind chime is twisted around in the wind, ringing loudly.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
The strong winds cause the bells on the your dragonfly wind chime to ring sharply, pulled to the end of their chain.
Your dragonfly wind chime peals loudly, the gale shaking the bells violently.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your dragonfly wind chime nearly horizontal, bells clattering.
Your dragonfly wind chime rings loudly, its tintinnabulation warning of the ferocity of the storm.

decorative You can "ring" it.
Kefka's item database glass wind chime No wind:

A faint tinkling noise can be heard as the glass wind chime moves.
Light is refracted through the glass wind chime, briefly creating a colourful pattern.
The chimes move slightly, as though tapped by an invisible hand.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes the glass wind chime to ring out a quick little tune.
A subtle shift in the air causes your glass wind chime to stir slightly.
A tentative note tinkles from your glass wind chime.
The glass wind chime sits still and quiet.
The glass wind chime sits still, no breeze moving it.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes your glass wind chime's glass chimes to clink together.
A light draft catches your glass wind chime, causing the chimes to strike each other with a dull clink.
Your glass wind chime jingles brightly in the wind.
Steady breeze or strong breeze:
A breeze catches the glass wind chime, causing the chimes to clink together.
A muffled melody rings from the glass wind chime.
The breeze disturbs the glass wind chime, causing the chimes to click against each other.
Steady wind:
Your glass wind chime rings out a series of sharp clinks in the steady wind.
Your glass wind chime twists in the wind, glass chimes clattering together.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your glass wind chime, making the glass chimes strike each other with a loud clattering noise.
The glass chimes jangle angrily as the stiff breeze agitates them.
Your glass wind chime clatters with an erratic and staccato beat, pulled by the wind.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your glass wind chime, causing its chimes to clatter loudly together.
Your glass wind chime is twisted around in the wind, chimes striking together with a loud sharp noise.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
The strong winds cause the chimes on your glass wind chime to clink together sharply, pulled to the end of their chains.
Your glass wind chime clatters loudly, the gale threatening to shatter its glass chimes.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your glass wind chime nearly horizontal, chimes clattering, loud, sharp and angry.
Your glass wind chime clatters loudly, the storm threatening to shatter its glass chimes.

decorative You can "ring" it.
Kefka's item database Grand Wizard clock The gears of the Grand Wizard clock whir and spin as the clock tolls the hour.

The Grand Wizard clock strikes the half-hour with a deep, rolling chime that sounds like a death knell.

clock Chats occur on the hour and half-hour.
Kefka's item database grandmother clock The grandmother clock chimes the hour.

The grandmother clock softly chimes the half-hour.

clock Chats occur on the hour and half-hour.
Kefka's item database lava lamp A strange sucking noise seems to be coming from the lava lamp.

A rather disgusting wet popping noise comes from the lava lamp.

light
Kefka's item database relaxing fountain Water tinkles into the fountain.

The fountain makes a soothing sound like rain pattering on leaves.

water source It can be used to fill containers with water.
Kefka's item database sundial The shadow on the dial moves on lazily. clock Chats happen on the hour during the daytime, when the sundial is outdoors.
Kefka's item database temple garden bell No wind:

A gentle ringing fills the room as a soft breeze disturbs your temple garden bell.
The soft ringing of your temple garden bell is very soothing.
The temple garden bell chimes softly in a breeze.
The temple garden bell rings softly in a subtle breeze.
The temple garden bell sits silently and sullenly, waiting for a passing breath of air.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes your temple garden bell to ring a deep tone.
A subtle shift in the air causes your temple garden bell to stir slightly.
Your temple garden bell sits still and quiet.
Your temple garden bell sits still, no breeze moving it.
Your temple garden bell strikes a few quiet notes.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes your temple garden bell to ring gently.
A light draft catches your temple garden bell, causing it to ring softly.
Your temple garden bell makes a few tones as the breeze catches it.
Steady breeze or strong breeze:
A breeze catches your temple garden bell, causing it to ring brightly.
The breeze disturbs your temple garden bell, causing it to ring with a series of soft tones.
Your temple garden bell rings with a few quick peals.
Steady wind:
Your temple garden bell rings with a series of clear, bright notes.
Your temple garden bell rocks in its bracket, pealing loudly and excitedly.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your temple garden bell, making it ring out, loud and clear.
Your temple garden bell peals loudly as the wind catches it.
Your temple garden bell rings with an erratic but enthusiastic beat, pulled by the wind.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your temple garden bell, causing it to peal loudly.
Your temple garden bell is rocked in the wind, ringing with a loud bright noise.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
Your temple garden bell rings loudly, shaking in the gale.
The strong winds cause your temple garden bell to ring sharply, rocking back and forth in its bracket.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your temple garden bell nearly horizontal, bell clattering loudly.
Your temple garden bell clatters loudly, the storm causing it to strike rapidly with no musicality.

decorative You can "ring" it.
Kefka's item database tranquil wind chime No wind:

A series of melodic tones fills the room as a soft breeze disturbs your tranquil wind chime.
The bamboo chimes strike together softly in a breeze.
The dancing music that your tranquil wind chime plays is very soothing.
Your tranquil wind chime clatters softly in a subtle breeze.
Your tranquil wind chime sits silently and sullenly, waiting for a passing breath of air.
Almost no wind:
A breeze causes your tranquil wind chime to strike out a quick little beat.
A subtle shift in the air causes your tranquil wind chime to stir slightly.
Your tranquil wind chime sits still and quiet.
Your tranquil wind chime sits still, no breeze moving it.
Your tranquil wind chime strikes a few tentative tones.
Gentle breeze:
A gust of wind causes your tranquil wind chime's bamboo chimes to tap together.
A light draft catches your tranquil wind chime, causing the chimes to strike each other with a series of haunting, melodic tones.
Your tranquil wind chime makes a few subtle tones as the breeze catches it.
Steady breeze or strong breeze:
A breeze catches your tranquil wind chime, causing the chimes to tap together in a flurry of notes.
The breeze disturbs your tranquil wind chime, causing the chimes to tap against each other, making a sharp, fast little song.
Your tranquil wind chime makes a quick, but somehow subtle, melody.
Steady wind:
Your tranquil wind chime taps out a series of sharp, hollow notes in the steady wind.
Your tranquil wind chime twists in the wind, bamboo chimes clattering together.
Gusty winds:
A gust of wind catches your tranquil wind chime, making the bamboo chimes strike each other with a loud clattering noise.
Your tranquil wind chime clatters with an erratic and staccato beat, pulled by the wind.
The bamboo chimes clash together as the stiff breeze agitates them.
Strong winds:
The wind catches your tranquil wind chime, causing its chimes to clatter together loudly.
Your tranquil wind chime is twisted around in the wind, chimes striking together with a loud sharp noise.
Gale-force winds (presumed):
The strong winds cause the chimes on your tranquil wind chime to strike together sharply, pulled to the end of the leather strands.
Your tranquil wind chime clatters loudly, singing a loud and almost plaintive song.
Storm-force winds (presumed):
The storm pulls your tranquil wind chime nearly horizontal, chimes clattering, loud, hollow and angry.
Your tranquil wind chime clatters loudly, the storm causing its lengths of bamboo to clash together violently.

decorative You can "ring" it.
Source
(Kefka's db)
Item name Chats Type Notes