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  • Purchasing lucky seven shooter:
You're able to pick up a lucky seven shooter for only 10 silver stars. You feel like a lucky punk.

  • Purchasing spooky pumpkin mask:
You're able to get a spooky mask for just 10 silver stars. Now you're ready to Halloween in style.

  • Purchasing leaf blower:
This place has a reputation for pretty good deals, but 10 silver stars for a leafblower is pretty good, even ignoring the whole history of heroism.

  • Purchasing gingerbread shield:
You try to buy the shield in gingerbread stars, but the gingerbread price is outrageous. It's a good thing you have 10 silver stars instead.

  • Plural of rose dice cream cake:
rose dice cream cakes

  • Purchasing Father Time's scythe:
It's a new year, which means time for a sale on the new model of scythes! Seriously, only 10 silver stars?

  • Purchasing 2020 hindsight glasses:
You knew you'd regret not having given the shopkeeper 10 silver stars for those glasses, so you beat the rush.

  • Purchasing marching baton:
You give the shopkeeper 10 silver stars and receive the weighty responsibilities of Major Drum, or at least a drum major.

  • Purchasing Death's dark feather:
You channel every fan that thinks you need a dark and edgy reboot, give your best growl, and buy the feather for 5 silver stars.

  • Purchasing Eldritch's arcanf annulus:
Unimaginable arcane blessings tumble downward from the stars themselves... specifically from the 5 silver stars you paid the shopkeeper.

  • Purchasing Sweeper's curled rock:
Technically, purchasing the curled rock requires 5 silver stars and affirming you watch curling all the time, but the shopkeeper is willing the waive the last part.

  • Purchasing Favorite's untouchable apple:
You pass the teacher... er, shopkeeper 5 silver stars and thus is the title of Favorite passed to you.

  • Purchasing Nunya business suit:
You manage to get a genuine Nunya suit for only 10 silver stars! Now you're in business!

  • Purchasing mayday bell:
You hand over 10 silver stars and the shopkeeper rings a bell. His assistant brings out another, much cooler, bell to give to you.

  • Purchasing spotter monociar:
You hand over 10 silver stars and he points out he's already given you the monocular. Okay, maybe you do need a little help.
    • Using spotter monocular:

Your sidekick tries out all the functions on the binoculars: rangefinding, itemfinding, perspectivefinding, weightfinding, and even gainzfinding. They're ready to spot everything.

Your sidekick learns a role: Spotter.

  • Purchasing Jewel Eye:
It seems like the Jewel Eye should cost more than 10 silver stars, but even heroes need to jump on a bargain when they see one.

  • Purchasing melting wax pants:
It would seem like 10 silver stars is a steal for some genuine wax pants, but shipping in August means things always go a little... melty.

  • Purchasing the Septagon:
You purchase the Septagon for 10 silver stars. Man, you can't wait to get back home to stare at this bad boy.

  • Purchasing costume trunk:
You hand the shopkeeper 10 silver stars and he disappears upstairs. A few minutes later, he comes back with a box full of Halloween cheer!
    • Using costume trunk:

Your sidekick's eyes glitter with the costume opportunities.

Your sidekick learns a role: Cosplayer.

  • Purchasing Beeknee helicopter beanie:
You hand the shopkeeper 10 silver stars. Weeks later he returns with a helicopter beanie and a box. A box!

  • Purchasing muffling muffler:
Ten silver stars gets you the thickest muffler that has ever been created in Twilight.

  • Purchasing calendar-a-day calendar:
You buy ten months of calendars for a silver star each and the shopkeeper throws in the other two months for free.
    • Using calendar-a-day-calendar:
With enviable restraint, your sidekick checks out the first page of the calendar.

Your sidekick learns a role: Calendarmonger.

  • Purchasing Radiant's Rainbow:
For 5 silver stars, the shopkeeper breaks out the prism and some glitter, summoning the full power of Radiant down onto his craft project.

  • Purchasing Luxuriant's Cat:
For 5 silver stars, the shopkeeper lets you adopt the cutest technicolor kitten art. You can feel the adorable scorn.

  • Purchasing Brilliant's Unicorn:
You buy a stunningly realistic piece of unicorn glitter art for 5 silver stars. Thankfully it's not an actual unicorn, because you're pretty sure those are endangered.

  • Purchasing Pleasant's Smile:
You slip the shopkeeper 5 silver stars and he gives you a smile. Well, the button is smiling. He's as blank-faced as ever.

  • Purchasing The Champion's belt:
You give the shopkeeper 10 silver stars to set up a title fight and elbow drop the reigning champion into next year. The crowd goes wild!

  • Purchasing March hair:
For 10 silver stars, the shopkeeper would butter his own hair, but luckily there's some vintage straw in the back he can sell instead.

  • Purchasing wizard wagon:
For 10 silver stars, you get a vintage car with the best paint job in the history of paint jobs. It's got a wizard on the side and everything!

  • Purchasing JBH starter kit:
For 10 silver stars, you get the whole Jukebox Hero kit, complete with Jukebox and a bunch of weird metal chips to put it in, but the fine print says you need to provide your own hero.
    • Using JBH starter kit:
Your sidekick sets up the jukebox and pretty soon can't help but start singing along to the collection of oldies, royalty-free songs, and inexplicably good selection of punk music.

Your sidekick learns a role: Jukebox Singer.

  • Plural of fudge ripple dice cream cake:
fudge ripple dice cream cakes

  • Purchasing Pants of Liberty:
For 10 silver stars, you get a little piece of history: the Pants of Liberty. Thankfully, the shopkeep hadn't been wearing them in the meantime.

  • Purchasing Golden Gust crown:
For 10 silver stars, you get a golden crown! Such a good deal! The shopkeeper tries to fill you in on its backstory, but it's very shiny.

  • Puchasing the Adder:
For 10 silver stars, the shopkeeper adds something to your inventory! It sounds pretty generic, but really he's just showing off the Adder.

  • Purchasing all day planner:
For 10 silver stars, the shopkeeper sneaks you a day planner. Wait, why is it already full of stuff to do?

  • Purchasing love-crafted holiday sweater:
For only 10 silver stars, the lovingly-crafted sweater is passed on to you. It's less regifting and more that that sweater chooses the wearer.

  • Purchasing sequel shotgun:
For just 10 silver stars, the shopkeeper listens to your pitch. He seems impressed enough by your ideas of a superhero constantly going back to correct the mistakes of the past that he gives you an ancient studio heirloom.

  • Purchasing plush liver d'amour:
When you go into a mysterious shop and spend 10 silver stars for a new liver, you're really glad everyone's on the same page with you getting a huggable plush.

  • Purchasing wand of dimes:
You're not quite sure how being magical affects exchange rates, but ten silver stars gets you some extremely magical dimes.

  • Purchasing heavy metal music box:
You trade 10 silver stars for a music box that, knowing shops like this, is probably cursed. That might explain the "explicit lyrics" sticker.

  • Purchasing June buggy:
You hand over your stars to the shopkeeper and he gives you the keys to a brand new car! Actually, it looks more like it's from the 70s, but it's still surprising he'd part with it for just 10 silver stars.

  • Purchasing cursed tiki statue:
You buy a cursed statuette for 10 silver stars. Turns out there's no devilish twist when the only reason you're buying something is because it's cursed.

  • Plural of genuine lookalike World Series 2020 ring:
genuine lookalike World Series 2020 rings

  • Purchasing Quarter Moon Playbook:
You buy an ancient playbook for 10 silver stars, ready to reanimate the Twilight Quarter Moons, one sidekick at a time.
    • Using Quarter Moon Playbook:
Your sidekick learns the dark secrets underlying the football world and the Quartermoon's failed bid at the SFL championship.

But there are some secrets sidekicks are not meant to know. The Quartermoon Curse falls to them, giving them the power of a star quarterback whenever the quartermoon shines.
Your sidekick learns a role: Quartermoon Back.

  • Purchasing apple picker:
You reach to the top shelf, grabbing the apple picker's keys, before turning over 10 silver stars to the shopkeeper.

  • Purchasing elfin shoes:
You top five trees with 5 silver stars and, in return, receive some magical shoes. The shopkeeper reassures you they won't take you to Kansas.

  • Purchasing elfin gloves:
You get the gloves with your 5 silver star discount, which it turns out is just the normal price. Still, they're glowing, so that's gotta mean something cool.