You scoot behind the bar and see a box full of junk on a shelf back there. You deduce that it's the bar's Lost and Found, from the subtle clue that it's labeled "LOST AND FOUND? in big block letters.
You rummage through the box. There's a surgical fin-glove from a nurse shark; a flask from the tippler; nothing super-exciting.
Toward the bottom of the box, though, you find (and almost lose a finger to) a pearl-handled straight razor. You feel like you'd be a real high-toned son of a bitch with that thing, so you grab it and walk away whistling.
|You acquire an item: shavin' razor|
- The adventure title comes from the Razor brand of kick-scooters.
- The text references Steven King's The Dark Half. The protagonist of the story is a mild-mannered author who imagines his pen name as belonging to a violent chain-smoking alcoholic who carries a pearl-handled cutthroat razor and drives a drives a big black car with "high-toned son of a bitch" engraved on the bumper. This being a King story, the alter-ego inexplicably comes to life.