You step up to a stall that seems to be selling a variety of musical instruments. Many of them appear to be handmade -- hide drums and flutes carved out of wood or drilled from lengths of metal pipe mostly -- although you do spot a few manufactured ones, such as a banjo (missing a string) and some harmonicas (only slightly dented).
The shopkeeper looks up from where he's tuning a triangle. "Hello there. Lookin' to buy yerself a musical instrument? A handy thing for a travellin' [man|woman] -- lots of opportunities to practice, cheerful tunes by the ol' campfire... even earn yerself a little meat busking if ya don't suck too badly."
He looks you up and down, and rubs his chin contemplatively. "Ayep, I think you're in luck, too. Got just the thing for ya."
You rifle through your pockets and determine that you currently have X hobo nickels.
|Buy a musical instrument for 99 hobo nickels|
You exchange some hobo nickels for a musical instrument. Yay commerce!
|You acquire an item: sealskin drum|
|You acquire an item: washboard shield|
|You acquire an item: spaghetti-box banjo|
|You acquire an item: marinara jug|
|You acquire an item: makeshift castanets|
|You acquire an item: left-handed melodica|
You decide you life doesn't need any extra tootling and wailing in it just now, and ask the clerk for directions out of the marketplace instead.
- If the player does not have a class instrument, this subadventure occurs; otherwise Triangle, Man occurs instead.