Crown of Thrones
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This is a hat with a little chair on it for one of your familiars to sit in. Heavy is the head that wears the throne.
(In-game plural: Crowns of Thrones)
- Obsoleted Areas/Methods
Starred (*) familiars are currently legal under Standard restrictions.
Familiars containing the letter "B" are highlighted in yellow. During Bees Hate You runs, these familiars cannot be added to equipment.
Undead familiars are highlighted in grey. During Zombie Slayer runs, these are the only familiars that can be added to equipment.
Familiars that fit both these categories are highlighted in grey-yellow.
|Occupant Familiars - edit|
- May 2010's item of the month from Mr. Store.
- Its in-store description: Put it on your head, put one of your familiars in it, and various things will ensue!
- This item lets you place familiars in it. Doing so gives the crown an enchantment, as well as having an in-combat effect.
- After each combat, the familiar will gain 1 Experience (if it can):
- <Name> surveys the scene from atop the throne, and gains 1 Experience.
- If it is full weight or cannot gain experience (such as a Stocking Mimic), it will instead produce:
- <Name> surveys the scene from atop the throne and sighs.
- Because an enthroned familiar is not truly in your familiar slot, effects that increase familiar experience do not affect those in the crown. Despite this, familiars still cannot be enthroned if you are an Avatar of Boris or Jarlsberg. They also cannot be enthroned if the familiar has a B in it's name and you're in a Bees Hate You path, or if you're a Zombie Slayer, only undead familiars can be enthroned.
- Having this item and a Buddy Bjorn equipped (with familiars in both) at the same time causes both familiars to only have a 50% chance per combat to act and gain experience. This means that some combats, only 1 will act and gain experience, sometimes both will act and gain, and sometimes neither will act nor gain. This produces messages at the start of combat (sometimes; if there is no message, then only 1 familiar acts and gains experience):
- Both familiars act and gain experience
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> both roll for initiative. Then they realize they can just go ahead and do stuff without rolling.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> count down, "3, 2, 1!!!" and leap into action.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> do rock, paper, scissors to see who should go first.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> do some crazy secret handshake before leaping into action.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> fist bump, blow it up, and get ready to do stuff.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> high five each other behind your head.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> say, "wonder familiars, unite!" and get ready for action.
- <Crown Name> says, "are you ready to rock?" and <Bjorn Name> responds, "I was born ready!"
- <Crown Name> says, "let's kick the tires..." and <Bjorn Name> responds, "and light the fires!"
- <Crown Name> says, "warm it up, <Bjorn Name>," and <Bjorn Name> responds, "I'm about to.'?
- Neither familiar acts nor gains experience
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> are busy weaving a Cat's Cradle between them and don't act this fight.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> are engrossed in their re-enactment of the "Who's on First" routine.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> are practicing lines for their interpretation of Waiting for Godot, so they don't act this fight.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> argue about whose turn it is to act.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> both roll for initiative and both roll ones.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> do rock-paper-scissors to see whose turn it is, but they both keep throwing rock.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> glance up from their game of Canasta, then back down without acting.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> glare at each other jealously.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> ignore you and continue arguing about whether Jarlsberg or Boris would win in a fight.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> ignore you and continue arguing about whether the Naughty Sorceress could beat Krakrox in a fight.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> ignore you and continue discussing their conspiracy theory that Rene C. Corman is still alive and hiding in Degrassi Knoll.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> ignore you and swap recipes for ghuol-egg quiche.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> look up from a game of War, notice each of them still has roughly half the deck, and get back to it.
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> say "after you." "No, after you." "No, after YOU."
- <Crown Name> and <Bjorn Name> work on their comedy duo act instead of helping you out this time.
- Both familiars act and gain experience
- If you have a familiar in your Buddy Bjorn and you try to place it in your crown, you'll get this message instead:
- That familiar is already busy in some other gear.
- This item has an [alter enthronement] link when it is equipped. Clicking it redirects you to your terrarium, where all the links to place and kick them in or out of the throne are automatically highlighted without needing to hover over them.
- Having this item equipped adds a [put in Crown of Thrones] link to each and every familiar in your terrarium, unless it's already in the crown, in which case the link is [kick out of Crown of Thrones].
- Placing a familiar in your crown silently kicks out your old one (if you had one) and produces this message:
- Your <Familiar Type>, <Familiar Name>, is now carried in the Crown of Thrones.
- Having a familiar in your crown adds a line to your terrarium:
- In Your Crown of Thrones: Mosquito [kick out]
- Kicking a familiar out of your crown produces the message:
- Crown of Thrones vacated.
- Trying to place a familiar in the crown that you don't have or doesn't exist produces:
- You don't have that familiar.
- Trying to place a familiar in the crown if you don't have it equipped:
- You're not wearing a hat seat.
- "Heavy is the head that wears the throne" is a pun on a passage from Shakespeare's Henry IV – Part Two, in which the king declares: "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown", 3.1.31.
- Crown of thrones is a pun referring to the crown of thorns worn by Jesus in the Bible.
- Crown of thrones may also be a pun referring to A Game of Thrones, the first book in A Song of Ice and Fire, a series of high fantasy novels by American author George R. R. Martin.
|TOP 10 Crown of Thrones collections|
Collection data courtesy of ePeterso2 and Jicken Wings
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