The grand piano
Reputation points: 50,000
Presumably Tony is self taught - we can’t really see him going to lessons. Bet he plays a mean Chopsticks.
The solid gold tiger
Reputation points: 2,550,000
Probably bought in memory of the white tiger that he lost at the start of the game. This one eats less, though.
Reputation points: Zero
Just like the crate and the barrel this won’t cost a thing, and adds an interesting industrial feel to the mansion.
The Inca gold
Reputation points: 450,000
Another case of money well spent, as it sends your reputation rocketing for a relatively low sum.
The Inca mummy
Reputation points: 550.000
Not as attractive as the gold, not as cost effective either, but it shows Tony’s cultured and intellectual side.
The Space suit
Reputation points: 750,000
Once the world is his, it seems Tony has plans to conquer space - in this lovely (and pricey) authentic space suit.
Genghis Khan armor
Reputation points: 1,000,000
Genghis Khan and Tony have a lot in common - both are ruthless and power hungry and, it seems, small as well.
The Faith diamond
Reputation points: 3,000,000
This is a purchase for those with money to burn. Reassuringly expensive and reassuringly reputation-boosting.
The beer cooler
Reputation points: 2000
Now this just smacks of class and is the one exotic we’d kill for. No, really. Strangely, it doesn’t help the rep much.