Relocked and Reloaded
You approach the bench, pausing for a moment to wonder why there would be a reloading bench in the basement of a sorority house.
Not coming to any conclusions, you start checking your pockets to see if you've got anything silver that you could melt down to use against some of these stupid werewolves.
|Melt down your <item>|
You melt the silver hammer and make yourself a sweet shotgun shell. Bang bang, indeed!
You melt down the silver shrimp fork and make a sweet shotgun shell. You'll show them who's a shrimp!
You melt down the silver cheese slicer and fashion a sweet shotgun shell. Johnny Tremain's got nothin' on you!
You melt down the silver bracelet and make yourself a sweet shotgun shell. Brace yourself, werewolf!
You melt down the silver paté knife and make a sweet shotgun shell. There's about to be some class warfare up in here.
|You acquire an item: silver shotgun shell|
|Don't melt anything|
You take your leave of the reloading bench.
Occurs in The Haunted Sorority House.
- You can only melt down a:
- Choosing to not melt anything will not consume an adventure.
- Johnny Tremain is the central character in the 1944 children's novel Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes, set in Boston during the American Revolution. Tremain is an apprentice silversmith at the beginning of the book.