PlayInstrument

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===Play Instrument===
Domain: Artistic
Available: Abjurer(1) Alterer(1) Apprentice(1) Arcanist(1) Artisan(1) Assassin(1) Barbarian(1) Bard(1) Beastmaster(1) Burglar(1) Charlatan(1) Cleric(1) Conjurer(1) Delver(1) Diviner(1) Doomsayer(1) Druid(1) Enchanter(1) Evoker(1) Fighter(1) Gaian(1) Gaoler(1) Healer(1) Illusionist(1) Jester(1) Mage(1) Mer(1) Minstrel(1) Missionary(1) Monk(1) Necromancer(1) Ninja(1) Oracle(1) Paladin(1) Pirate(1) Dancer(1) Purist(1) Ranger(1) Sailor(1) Scholar(1) Shaman(1) SkyWatcher(1) Templar(1) Thief(1) Transmuter(1) Trapper(1) Wizard(1)
Allows: Quick Working Quick Worker Artsy
UseCost: Movement (5)
Quality: Circumstantial
Targets: Items Creatures
Range: Touch, or not applicable
Commands: PLAY, PLAYINSTRUMENT, PLAYSONG
Usage: PLAYINSTRUMENT (STOP) (LIST)
Examples: playinstrument
Description: This skill allows a player to attempt to play a musical instrument they are holding or prepared to use. If done well, this might amuse an audience. Proficiency with each kind of musical instrument is separate, so your proficiency usually only reflects the last kind of instrument you played. Instruments can be purchased, or made with the Instrument Making skill.


Notes

  • This skill command is actually PLAYINSTRUMENT or PLAYSONG. If a character knows both Play Instruments and multiple songs, they will need to differentiate PLAY vs PLAYINSTRUMENT.