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Sunlight-Filled Mirrorcatch Box

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Sunlight-Filled Mirrorcatch Box
SS boxwhitesmall.png
Type Trade good
Price 300 x Echo (Sell) at The Friendly Face
Data ID 113966

Sunlight-Filled Mirrorcatch Box is considered a Trade goods item.

Item description[edit | edit source]

"It's very dangerous, but who cares when it's so pretty?"

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

A Sunlight-Filled Mirrorcatch Box can be obtained by taking an Empty Mirrorcatch Box to the Surface via the Cumaean Canal Staging Area, or by taking it to Aestival (However, filling Mirrorcatch Boxes at Aestival has a risk of increasing Wounds).

Usage[edit | edit source]

Shops[edit | edit source]

Item location Shop name Buy price Sell price
Gaider's Mourn The Friendly Face - 300 x Echo

Interactions[edit | edit source]

Sunlight Smuggling[edit | edit source]

As a captain's SS bazaarsunsmall.png Menaces: Yearning, Burning increases, a series of Random Events will start triggering. Starting with The Man who Stole the Sun and The Man Who Was Determined to Steal the Sun, where members of their SS crewsmall.png Crew will steal and open SS boxwhitesmall.png Sunlight-Filled Mirrorcatch Boxes. Should their SS bazaarsunsmall.png Menaces: Yearning, Burning rise above 100, they'll start to trigger The Sun, the Sun and at 140 and above they will start triggering The Sun, the Sun!, where the captain starts uncontrollably opening the boxes themselves, losing boxes and inflicting wounds. At 180 and above, a much more rapid version of the events will start triggering, known as THE SUN! THE SUN!, until the captain's imminent death... unless they manage to fling every sunlight-filled boxes overboard before it's too late. If someone survive this ordeal, it might be a good idea for them to lay off the sunlight trade for a while, and rest frequently in their lodgings.