Pocket Watch

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Name
Pocket Watch
Type
Other
Item ID
Pocket_Watch_Entity

A Pocket Watch is an item in Pathologic 2. It can be obtained by looting corpses, through bartering, or from the Dead Item Shop, and can be sold at Stores or used in bartering. It can be traded with Crows, Finches, Geese, and Herb Brides. Alongside Rings and Bracelets, a Pocket Watch is one of the most valued items to Stores, selling for a high price compared to most other goods.

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Haruspex The Marble Nest Alpha
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Recently stopped. This means that the owner most likely died. Recently stopped, so the original owner has most likely died. Recently stopped. This means that the owner has most likely died.


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Haruspex The Marble Nest Alpha
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Victor Kain never carries a watch around, but always knows the correct time, down to the second. We've tested him. Can he tell by the stars? Time doesn't seem to work properly in the Town. There's no other explanation for how Georgiy Kain, the Judge, is twice as young as his twin brother. The Kains' love for clockwork is surely connected. Time doesn't seem to be working properly in the town; there's no other explanation to the fact that Georgiy Kain, the Judge, is two times younger than his twin brother. The Kains' fascination with all things clockwork must have something to do with this.

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Notes

  • Pocket Watches take up 2x1 inventory slots. It stacks up to 5.
  • When bartering, Pocket Watches are worth 7 to Finches, and 8 to Crows and Geese. They are worth 5 from Herb Brides and 10 from the Fellow Traveller.

Watch.png
Name
Watch
Type
Other
Item ID
watch

A Watch is an item in Pathologic that is available in all routes.

They may be obtained from trash bins or picked up randomly throughout the day. They may also sometimes appear as an item that can be purchased in the Broken Heart.

Watches can be traded with boys for other items.

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There is nothing special about it, although the case and lid seem to be made of lowgrade silver.