|Musical instruments Information|
|To play, must be...||Held|
The didgeridoo is an instrument native to EcksEcksEcksEcks. A long piece of hollowed eucalyptus wood, it is played by simply blowing into the end in a manner known as circular breathing. It has been decorated with complex, flowing native patterns creating something that is not only an instrument, but also a work of art.
- A cheerful tent stall (Djelibeybi)
|207||You play something that sounds like ducks fighting on your didgeridoo.|
|202-220||You blow sharply into your didgeridoo, creating a brief resonance.|
|202||You play a brief wavering tone on your didgeridoo.|
|202-219||You play a brief, resonating note on your didgeridoo.|
|202-220||Blowing steadily into your didgeridoo, you produce a long, resonating note.|
|207-220||You perform a solo lacking in creativity and, indeed, melody on your didgeridoo.|
|220||A discordant noise sounds from the didgeridoo as you perform a solo on it.|
|207-220||You play your didgeridoo, serenading <target> with a boring and unimaginative tune.|
|220||You timidly serenade <target> on your didgeridoo with a simple yet appealing tune.|
|220||You serenade <target> with a rather monotonous tune on your didgeridoo.|
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