Reply to: Note 39563 posted by Redwood Tells/gtell
showing 50 most recent notes by Taeryn
Re: unacceptable +
Saturday, April 14, 2018 @ 22:59
Re: Change 'torch' social output +
Friday, March 30, 2018 @ 14:53
Reply to: Note 27468 posted by Impurifan I would be okay if school was changed to orphanage.
how many games are you playing right now? +++
Sunday, March 18, 2018 @ 13:15
PC at any given time: Aardwolf Another mud Guild Wars Guild Wars 2 League of Legends Diablo 3 Fate of Exile Dragon Age Dragon Age 2 Assassins Creed IV And on the phone: Lineage: Revolution Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Sudoku
Showcase auction 85078
Sunday, March 4, 2018 @ 13:02
The following showcase item has been posted for sale by Taeryn. The auction is for Gold and will end in 2 days. +-----------------------------------------------------------------+ | Keywords : deep blue resonating orb dbresonate DB-Taeryn | | Name : a deep blue resonating orb | | Id : 1935869597 | | Type : Treasure Level : 1 | | Worth : 100,000 Weight : 5 | | Wearable : hold | | Score : 0 | | Material : gemstone | | Flags : glow, hum, magic, nosell, burn-proof, nolocate, | | : V3, lauction | | Found at : A Bad Trip | +-----------------------------------------------------------------+ | This daily blessing item guarantees a one-time max resonate if | | it is held while the spell is cast. The stat affected is still | | random, but the amount added will be the maximum available. | +-----------------------------------------------------------------+
XIV and market risk: a warning. +++++
Thursday, March 1, 2018 @ 14:41
Reply to: Note 399 posted by Noegel If it is a bot, then it cannot be executed. It could possibly be dismantled or deactivated, perhaps even disassembled, or unplugged.
Re: vault & sleep
Saturday, February 3, 2018 @ 11:29
Reply to: Note 16461 posted by Tymme It is a dream, so your subconscious could go with an athletic vault rather than a storage space.
Re: Setwanted PKs +
Sunday, January 28, 2018 @ 19:01
Reply to: Note 38899 posted by Arist Make the timer an affect so the person has to be online for it to count down.
Re: trollers +++++
Tuesday, January 16, 2018 @ 13:41
Reply to: Note 38576 posted by Tymme Listen to Orange Joe here.
Re: Remove Wish Adjustment Costs +
Monday, January 8, 2018 @ 15:44
Reply to: Note 38425 posted by Turie Not without having written it down yourself. I can tell you how much I have paid in adjustments for each wish I gained because I did so out of my own need to have such a record.
Re: Stat bonuses for the classes ++++
Friday, December 15, 2017 @ 13:05
Reply to: Note 27384 posted by Abelinc Abelinc answers 'and bandit change' Ylar answers 'What changed with bandit?' Abelinc answers 'oops, didn't mean bandit, meant hunter...ambush'
Re: My favorite love songs ++++++
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 @ 17:07
Reply to: Note 310 posted by Shaleya Word Crimes - Weird Al
Re: The Halloween decorations in Aylor are rotting +
Sunday, November 12, 2017 @ 17:05
Reply to: Note 27331 posted by Arcidayne The twelve months of Christmas should be a thing! In the first month of Christmas my true love gave to me....
Hide and Seek
Monday, October 23, 2017 @ 17:10
Einstein, Newton and Pascal are playing a rousing game of hide and seek. Einstein begins to count to ten. Pascal runs and hides. Newton draws a one meter by one meter square in the ground in front of Einstein then stands in the middle of it. Einstein reaches ten, uncovers his eyes, and exclaims "Newton! I found you! You're it!" Newton replies "You didn't find me. You found a Newton over a square meter. You found Pascal!"
Re: Damage verbs +
Monday, October 16, 2017 @ 17:15
Reply to: Note 38011 posted by Ixle You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. New verbage would be nice, but for condensed damage output, maybe a new table for it and expand the barriers for each, or write new ones for it. Decimate being used ONLY when 1/10 of the maximum hit point pool is reached.
Re: US constitution / gun laws +++
Saturday, October 7, 2017 @ 14:20
Reply to: Note 283 posted by Noegel And drones. Don't forget the unmanned killing drones.
Re: Clan Vaults +
Thursday, August 10, 2017 @ 13:19
Reply to: Note 37874 posted by Shala That argument holds no validity. Robbo doesn't have any sanity.
Re: Topics I would like to use for Trivia questions. ++
Friday, August 4, 2017 @ 14:41
Reply to: Note 27258 posted by Redryn Chemistry!
Thursday, June 29, 2017 @ 13:37
Reply to: Note 519 posted by Ruval I never really got to know her, but the times that I got to talk with her, she seemed like the sort of person that you didn't want to go without knowing. I am sorry for the loss she is leaving in people's lives.
Re: Enchanter: Coin Storm +
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 @ 17:45
Reply to: Note 37686 posted by Metropolis This would help give enchanter a better path towards being used to level and pup instead of to just switch to it when someone needs enchanting and regret the power loss to kill things.
Re: Remove Myth from T0 GQ range +++
Saturday, June 24, 2017 @ 23:40
Reply to: Note 27131 posted by Escobar I don't recall following Trump's twitter account. Did I lot into the wrong place again? I'm confused.
Re: Clinton now 1.7 millions vote ahead of Trump
Tuesday, November 22, 2016 @ 09:54
Reply to: Note 77 posted by Reina Too bad that it is not a popular vote nationwide, but a popular vote within the state in which one lives. People are actually voting for delegates to vote who will then place their votes for their candidate. People can complain that this is archaic or unfair, but if it were left to a straight popular vote, states like Texas and California would essentially determine the outcome of the vote by the volume of potential voters at their disposal, leaving smaller states left ignored and without a voice.
How Donald Trump win, any hidden agenda? +++
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 @ 20:59
Reply to: Note 50 posted by Samsung You could try writing a note on personal to imm and ask why instead of going this route.
Re: How Donald Trump win, any hidden agenda? +
Wednesday, November 9, 2016 @ 16:34
Reply to: Note 45 posted by Fiendish Not to mention that there are more than a few people who simply do not like or trust Hillary Clinton. The same could also be said of Donald Trump, but those same people don't view him as part of the establishment, so that was a factor.
Re: OPK Bounty
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 @ 12:15
Reply to: Note 36195 posted by Sandora That would be too abusable. Player X racks up kill after kill and creates a nice reward for being killed. Player X tells Player Y to kill them and collect the reward. It would be little different from getting a wanted flag removed.
Re: Names for 'opk' ++++++
Friday, October 21, 2016 @ 03:27
Reply to: Note 36137 posted by Khannon I am sort of partial to Thug or Thug Life.
Re: Is RP a thing? +++
Wednesday, October 19, 2016 @ 20:42
Reply to: Note 45 posted by Noegel It is not that it isn't a thing, it is more long the lines that there is a serious desire from it from most people. Oladon, I think it was, attempted to start a DnD campaign a couple of years ago, but that sort of fizzled after a couple of weeks.
Ranger Stat Bonus: Add Wisdom
Saturday, August 27, 2016 @ 16:52
Rangers come with a bonus to constitution, but they are also heavily dependent upon having wisdom as well, especially in the spell damage area. They should gain the benefit that primary paladins and psionicists got and gain the bonus stat in wisdom. This is the breakdown on the skill set for just ranger. I am not really sure as to why energy ball is intelligent based. Maybe that can be looked at? Probably an error or two, but hopefully it highlights the need for emphasising having wisdom as a bonus stat. Primary Constitution skills/spells:31 Primary Dexterity skills/spells: 1 Primary Intelligence skills/spells: 1 Primary Wisdom skills/spells: 25 Affected Constitution skills/spells: 3 Affected Wisdom skills/spells: 9 Animal Abilities-Primary: Constitution / Affected: Wisdom Dust Devil Tame Animal Abilities-Primary: Constitution, Wisdom Animal Friendship Skin Combat Spells-Primary Stat: Constitution, Wisdom Air Dart Gaias Revenge Earth Maw Moonbeam Earthquake Wind Blast Fire Storm Ground Strike Ice Storm Whirlwind Solar Flare Hydroblast Cyclone Fire Rain Earth Shroud Ice Bolt Forestfire Eruption Combat Spells-Primary: Constitution / Affected: Wisdom Rainbow Tornado Tempest Combat Spells-Primary: Wisdom / Affected: Constitution Call Lightning Dodges-Primary: Constitution, Wisdom Camouflage Healing-Primary: Constitution, Wisdom Natures Touch (Side note: All healing/curative spells ranger gets deals with primary Wisdom) Misc Spells-Primary: Wisdom Sense Life Misc Spells-Affected: Constitution, Wisdom Merge Chaos Plant Skills-Primary: Dexterity Pass Without Trace Spellup Spells-Primary: Constitution / Affected: Wisdom Totem Guidance Wolf Spirits Totem Force Spellup Spells-Primary: Constitution Barkskin Spellup Spells-Primary: Intelligence, Wisdom / Affected: Constitution Energy Ball Spellup Spells-Primary: Wisdom Darkness Other-Primary: None Archery Goodberry Flame Blade Summon Life Forage Huntmaster Volley Preserve Ambush Pathfinding 'Transport Via Plants' Divining Gaias Focus Reskin Locate Animal Heat Shield Scout
Some Gauze from Thendeld's Conflict
Wednesday, August 24, 2016 @ 14:14
| Keywords : gauze | | Name : some gauze | | Id : 1701210373 | | Type : Treasure Level : 93 | This is a level ~93 item from a 20 to 50 listed area. Seems a bit steep.
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 15:18
Lughnasa (unreformed Modern Irish), Lugnasad (Old Irish), Lughnasadh, Lunasa (reformed Modern Irish), Lunasdain, Lunasdal, Lunasduinn (Scottish Gaelic), Laa Luanys (Manx), also Lammas Day, Garland Sunday, Domhnach, Chrom Dubh, Crom Dubh Sunday, Bilberry Sunday, Fraughan Sunday [Irish: Lug; nasad - assembly, festive, or commemorative gathering] Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx names for the seasonal feast of pre-Christian origin fixed at 1 August in Ireland and on the Isle of Man, the first Sunday in August or the last Sunday of July in the Gregorian calendar; in Scotland the festival is renamed in honour of Saint Michael, Michaelmas, 29 September. One of the four great calendar feasts of Celtic tradition along with Samain (1 November), Imbolc (1 February), and Beltaine (1 May). Long a harvest festival celebrating the ripening of grain and, after they became plentiful, the maturing of potatoes, Lughnasa commemorates Lug Lamfhota, one of the most prominent heroes of early Irish literature. According to early Irish tradition, however, Lug himself established the festival to honour his foster- mother Tailtiu in Brega, modern County Meath; Lug also led the horse-racing and martial arts contests. Soon Lughnasa celebrations were held in other parts of Ireland, at Emain Macha for Ulster and at Tara for the whole of the island. The Christian Church did not oppose the continuation of the festival marking the beginning of the harvest and the weaning of calves and lambs, but the different namesapplied to it obscured its pagan origin. Eventually it broke awayfrom its fixed time of 1 August and might include many days, especially Sundays, from 15 July to 15 August. Comparable but much smaller fairs, not associated with Lug or Lughnasa, were held for Calan Awst [first of August] in Wales and at Morvah in Cornwall. Lughnasa and its counterparts provided a time for horse-racing, horse-swimming, and games of hurling. Celebrants might enjoy climbing to the tops of nearby hills, both to pray and to gather bilberries. Others would assemble at lakes and holy wells. Lughnasa fairs might also include the buying and selling of goods, especially at Killorglin in County Kerry, Ballycastle in County Antrim, Ennistymon in County Cavan, and elsewhere. Maire MacNeill's landmark study, The Festival of Lughnasa (Oxford 1962), details the presistence and extent of celebrations. Padraig O Riain, 'Traces of Lug in Early irish Hagiographical Tradition', Zeitschrift fur celtische Philologie (1977) T. J. Westropp, 'Marriages of the Gods at the Sanctuary of Tailltui', Folk-Lore (1920) Brian Friel, Dancing at Lughnasa (1990) James MacKillop, Dictionary of Celtic Mythology (Oxford, 1998)
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 15:17
Tailtiu, Tailltiu, Tailte Name for one of the three great fairs of early Ireland and the Fir Bolg queen there commemorated. Although much of Tailtui's character is fixed in the pseudo-history Lebor Gabala [Book of Invasions], she is apparently a much older figure and may be of divine origin. She is sometimes described as being the daughter of the 'king of Spain', but she may also be the child of the earth, e.g. Mag Mor [great plain]. Married to the last great Fir Bolg king, Eochaid mac Eirc, who named his palace after her, she was also the foster-mother of the great hero Lug Lamfhota. She led her people in the clearing of the forest, which by implication becomes all of Brega or what is today County Meath, some of Ireland's best farmland. Some commentators see in this identification evidence that she originally a kind of earth goddess. But the work of clearing proves so onerous as to break her heart, in the words of the text. On her deathbed she asks that funeral games be held annually on the cleared ground. Lug leads the first games of horse-racing and martial arts at the time of Lughnasa (1 August), singing a lamentation. Coextensively with the modern hamlet of Teltown, between Navan and Kells, the Tailtui assembly or fair [Old Irish: oenach Tailten; Modern Irish: Aonach Tailteann] was celebrated intermittently from ancient times, and continued to be held even as late as about 1770; it was revived in the 20th century but then fell into abeyance again. In its early form Tailtiu was the principal assembly of the Ui Neill federation, but presiding at the fair became the prerogative of the king of Tara. Participants came from all parts of Ireland and also from Scotland, making Tailtui the equal of Tara, Tlachtga and Uisnech. The Tailtui oenach was thought an optimal time to be married. The fair also was the occasion of the 'Teltown marriage', a chance espousal for a year and a day that could be ended simply by having the couple stand back to back, one facing north, the other south, and walk away from one another. Impart events taking place at Tailtiu unrelated to the oenach include 'Eremon and the Milesians' victory over the Tuatha De Denann, and the deaths of Banba, Eriu and Fodla. It was also described as the burial place of the Ulaid. Maire mac Neill, The Festival of Lughnasa (Oxford 1962) Daniel A. Binchy, 'The Fair at Tailtui and the Feast of Tara', Eriu (1958) Thomas H. Nally, The Aonach Tailteann and the Tailteann Games, (Dublin, 1922) T. J. Westropp, 'Marriages of the Gods and the Sanctuary of Tailtui', Folk-Lore (1920) James MacKillop, Dictionary of Celtic Mythology (Oxford, 1998)
Lug Lamfhota (Long Read)
Wednesday, July 20, 2016 @ 15:13
Lug Lamfhota; Lugh, Luga; Lamfada, Lamfhada, Lamghgada Old Irish: lug - light, brightness; lamhghada - long-armed, long-handed May also bear the patronymics mac Cein, mac Ethlenn, Maicnia, and the epithets Samildanach and Ildanach [Irish: sam - together; il - many; dan - art; master of all the arts]. Celebrated chief of the Tuatha De Danann and central hero of the Mythological Cycle of early Irish literature; one of the three great heroes of Irish tradition, along with Fionn mac Cumhaill and Cuchulainn, whose supernatural father he is. Lug's usual agnomen, Lamfhada [long-armed], testifies to an ability to hurl a weapon a long distance or to use a sling, not to the actual length of his arm. His usual sobriquet, Samildanach, also Ildanach, suggests he may also have been a fili or seer. Another patronymic was Maicnia [lad-warrior]. Although Lug may originally have been a god of the sun or of the light, he was still thought to be historical as late as the 19th century. The ancient Luigni of what is now Counties Meath and Sligo claimed descent from him. Much of Lug's story is told in the 11th century text (based on earlier materials) Cath Maige Tuired [The (Second) Battle of mag Tuired], in which he kills Balor, coincidentally his grandfather. A close counterpart and possible double of the Welsh Lleu Llaw Gyffes [Welsh: light of the sun / steady hand], Lug appears to share a divine origin with Fionn [Irish: fair] and Cuchulainn [hound of the Culann, hound of the smith], both of whom may be his doubles. Lug appears to be identical with the Gaulish Mercury, modern commentators agree, for two reasons: (a) Julius Caesar's (1st century BC) description of Mercury 'inventor of all the arts' translates Lug's sobriquet Samildanach; (b) the name Lugos/Lugus for Mercury is implicit in several place-names, e.g. Lug(u)dunum, which survive as Leiden, Lyon, Liegnitz, etc. At the Roman colony of what is now Lyon, Emperor Augustus inaugurated a festival on the first day of August, an anticipation of the later Irish August festival of Lughnasa. Aspects of Lug's persona suggest even deeper rooting in Indo-European imagination. Lamfhada [long-armed], for example, echoes the epithet of the Indian god Savitar, 'of the wide hand'. Lug's use of magic links him with both the Indian Varuna and the Norse Odin. Commentators disagree whether the cult arrived early or late in Ireland, but by the time of Christ he was the patron of a harvest festival at Tailtiu [Teltown, County Meath]. The circumstances of Lugh's conception and birth imply that he was destined for an extraordinary career. His grandfather Balor, a Formorian, had been told he would be slain by his grandson and so tried to prevent his daughter Eithne from knowing men, but Cian (sometimes Cethern), son of Dian Cecht the healing god, seduced the girl with the help of the druidess Birog. Triplets were conceived, but Lug's two siblings were either drowned at birth or turned into seals. Some commentatorssee this as evidence of Lug's triplism. Sometimes Lug is also attributed a sister, Ebliu, wife of Fintan mac Bochra. Grandfather Balor was not spiteful, however, calling out to the nimble baby picking up an apple that he had long hands, thus giving him his name. Along with his divine lineage, Lug could boast divine fosterage from the sea-god Manannan mac Lir, who none the less chided the boy for his blindness and stubbornness. Variant texts name Goibnio the smith-god and Eochaid as foster-father and Tailtiu or Duach as foster-mother. Always portrayed as youthful, handsome, and athletic, Lugh's dramatic character becomes most sharply focused in Cath Maige Tuired; he comes to the aid of the Tuatha De Danann, who fear that their maimed king Nuadu may not be able to resist the invading Fomorians. When Lug first approaches the citadel at Tara, he is refused for having no art. In successive knocings at the gate Lug identifies himself as a wright or builder, a smith, champion, harper, warrior, poet, historian, magician, physician (or leech), cupbearer, and brazier (or craftsman in metal), but is told that the Tuatha De Danann already have one. Then he asks if they have someone who could perform all these skills, Samildanach, and when Tara's denizens admit they do not, he is allowed to enter. Upon his arrival, Lug dazzles the court with two more feats by throwing a huge flagstone over a high wall and by playing a harp. Nuadu yields his throne to Lug, who successfully leads the Tuatha De Danann against the Formorians in the central action in Cath Maige Tuired; Lug's piercing of Balor's magical, lethal eye determines their victory. In the sae text Lug is credited with inventing fidchell (often compared with but apparently distinct from chess), the archaic board-game described as a game of kings; and he is also thought to have instituted horse-racing. Lug assists his spiritual son Cuchulainn in Tain Bo Cuailnge [Cattle Raid of Cooley], is revealed as the phantom in Baile In Scail [The Phantom's Frenzy], and sometimes appears as the consort of Sovereignty in oral traditions. He reigned for forty years. As befits a champion whose agnomen, Lamfhada, speaks of an ability to wield power over distance, Lug's favoured weapon is his spear, about which there are differing stories. According to Oidheadh Chlainne Tuireann [The Tragic Story of the Children of Tuireann], Lug sent the sons of Tuireann (earlier Tuirill), Brian, luchair, and lucharba on seemingly impossible tasks as recompense, eric (a special kind of fine or weregild), for killing his father, Cian. One of these tasks was to bring back the speak of Assal, Gae Assail, then in Persia. In another text, the druid Esras provided Lug with the spear. In any case, it is usually thought of one of the four treasures of the Tuatha De Danann. According to the verse in the Dindshenchas [Irish: lore of prominent places], Lug had four wives. The two better-known are Bui, linked to Howth and the Cailleach Bheirre; her sister Nas, linked tenuously to Naas, County Kildare; the remaining two, Echtach and Englic, are cipherous names. An unnamed wife, perhapsa fifth or sixth, was unfaithful to Lug with Cermait, the son of the Dagda; Lug's vengeful killing of Cermait brought, in return, the revenge of Cermait's sons (see below). Lug was enamoured of Deichtine, mother of Cuchulainn. Strangely, considering that many early Irish families cited Lug in their pedigrees, he is not credited with either sons or daughters, except for Fionn's harper, Cnu Deireoil, who claimed to be Lug's son (perhaps facetiously). Lug's constant companion was his lap-dog Failinis. In the most widely known story, Lug is killed by Mac Cuill, Mac Cecht, and Mac Greine, the divine sons of Cermait, in revenge for the killing of their father. This takes places near the hill of Uisnech; when the sons attack, Lug flees to nearby Loch Lugborta, where he drowns and is buried in a cairn on the shore. Other place-name traditions link him to Goll mac Morna, representing either that Lug kills him or that he is killed by him. Still other stoires have Lug buried at Brug na Boinne [Newgrange] or Luglochta Loga [the Garden of Lug], which was the fortress of Forgall Monarch, Emer's father. Allusions to the name Lug survive in dozens of place-names, perhaps also in Lughbhadh, County Louth. Lug's prominence in early Celtic culture was reflected and adapted countless times in subsequent generations. Early Christian commentators coordinated Lug, the victor over the Fomorians, with the archangel Michael, the conqueror of Lucifer;thus there are echoes of Lug as far afield as Mont St Michel in northern France, the Michaelmas festival (20 September), and the popularity of the name Michael Ireland. A continuing allusion to Lug persists in Lugaid, the seventh most popular name in early Ireland. Lug's persona contributes to the legends of several saints, including the twenty-eight named Mo Lua. There are also several discerible links between Lug and the Arthurian hero Lancelot, even though many of the most ambitious claims for the Celtic origin of Arthurian characters are now dismissed. Unlike Cuchulainn and Fionn mac Cumhaill, however, Lug has not sparked extensive re-creations in English and other non-Celtic languages. Earlier commentators suggested his name was present in lugh-chorpan [little Lugh-body], an etymology for leprechaun. The name Lug is applied to a radio delivering Dionysian messages in Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa (1990). Anon, 'Le Dioe irlandais Lug et le theme gaulois Lugu-', Revue Celtique (1889) John Carey, 'Nodons in Britian and Ireland', Zeitschrift fur celische Philologie (1984) Roger S. Loomis, 'The Descent of Lancelot from Lug', Bulletin bibliographique de la Societe Internationale Arthurienne (1951) Maire mac neill, The Feast of Lughnasa (Oxford, 1962) Padraig O Riain, 'Traces of Lug in Early Irish Hagiographical Tradition', Zeitschrift fur celische Philologie (1977) Joseph Loth, 'Le Dieu Lug, la terre mere et les Lugoves', Revue Archeologique (1914) James MacKillop, Dictionary of Celtic Mythology (Oxford, 1998)
Re: Poultice +
Tuesday, May 31, 2016 @ 20:48
Reply to: Note 15677 posted by Domain I think physically drained is ambiguous as it can also mean it could drain hp. Instead, what if it said something like "leaving them mentally drained and fatigued."
Re: Lack of war participation. ++
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 @ 21:28
Reply to: Note 26451 posted by Quadrapus If it is more participation that is the desired effect, perhaps strip away all the benefits of masteries, instinct and potential and go bare bone stats so it is more of a level playing field.
Re: Favorite Game of 2014? +
Saturday, January 3, 2015 @ 18:09
Reply to: Note 26 posted by Rumour If it hadn't been Guild Wars 2 taking up most of my time, it would have been Diablo 3.
Re: Favorite Game of 2014?
Thursday, January 1, 2015 @ 13:02
Reply to: Note 1 posted by Lasher Guild Wars 2
Re: relax&kill +
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 @ 18:40
Reply to: Note 6560 posted by DjDoodles I agree with Doodles on this. If the game is that difficult to play that it requires these sorts of things, perhaps people would be better off playing Progress Quest. For those not familiar with it, all you have to do is load it and it plays for you while you watch, don't watch, not at home, sleeping or any other activity.
Saturday, September 20, 2014 @ 19:47
I want to say that the immortal staff does an exceptional job in trying to create a fair game in which we can all play. It is, mostly, a thankless job that is voluntary (masochistic much?), but one that does deserve recognition at least from time to time. So, to all those who put in the time to make the mud more interesting and fun to spend ones time, thank you.
Re: Classchange cost reduction over time ++
Wednesday, August 6, 2014 @ 14:15
Reply to: Note 30215 posted by Aki To get to that tiering feature, you first must pay 5600 quest points as a minimum cost, or 7000 if you are feeling generous. I wouldn't call that free exactly.
Buying 91 set
Monday, July 7, 2014 @ 22:56
Looking for a level 91 set. Write me a note on personal if you are willing to make it and how much.
Re: Set Wanted +
Wednesday, June 11, 2014 @ 17:37
Reply to: Note 29688 posted by Khaleesi You do not have to come out at some point. I went 8 months with the same set wanted flag.
Able To Walk Away In Combat
Monday, May 26, 2014 @ 01:40
I am not sure what circumstances are involved with this, but so far it only happens with the werewolves in Amusement Park where you can initiate combat and then walk out of the room before the mob is able to hit back. Not flee or retreat, but just walk out. [311/830hp 718/718mn 1088/1088mv 20qt 2050tnl] k were west  Your divine power <*><*> LIQUIDATES <*><*> a werewolf!  A werewolf has some big nasty wounds and scratches. [Fighting: 311/830hp 718/718mn 1088/1088mv 2050tnl Enemy: 39%] Slime Room You are standing in a room in which the floor is covered with slippery green slime and a smelly liquid is dripping down the walls here. [ Exits: east south ] A man in a black flowing cape stands here baring his fangs at you. A smelly rotten corpse stands here staring at the wall. A huge ball of slime is here. A huge ball of slime is here. [311/830hp 718/718mn 1088/1088mv 20qt 2050tnl] east Hall of Bloody Body Parts As you enter this room you almost get sick from the smell of decaying body parts. There are rotten arms and legs thrown all over the place here. [ Exits: north west ] A corpse wrapped in tattered robes is here looking for its sarcophagus. (Wounded) A man dressed up in a cheap werewolf suit stands here smoking. [311/830hp 718/718mn 1087/1088mv 20qt 2050tnl] k were  Your divine power <-:-> ASPHYXIATES <-:-> a werewolf!  A werewolf is damned forever by the holy power!! You receive 67+7 experience points. You receive 36 'rare kill' experience bonus. Your daily blessing added 19 gold to the corpse. You have 94 daily blessing bonus gold kills remaining. You get 38 gold coins from the damned corpse of a werewolf. You are taxed 3 gold coins by your clan. You get I love Aardwolf from the damned corpse of a werewolf. I love Aardwolf crumbles into 10,000 gold pieces. You are taxed 1,000 gold by your clan. Eochaid Ollathair gives you 8 gold coins for the damned corpse of a werewolf. The crumbling token doesn't seem to have any issue with this as it has happened with every werewolf in the Park, but no other mob.
Aardington Estate Task Start
Sunday, April 27, 2014 @ 13:27
The Earl of Aardington says, "You have an intelligent look about you, and I am in need of someone quick-witted to help with a few jobs around the estate. If you are willing, know that I will pay well. To help me out, please say yes." Minor syntax, but if you were to "say Yes." it will not work. You have to leave the punctuation off to get it to work, which isn't what the coloured portion shows to do.
Saturday, April 12, 2014 @ 13:55
To be consistant, shouldn't all archaeology references be turned to the game spelling of aarchaeology? Notably, bulletins 2, 3, 4 and 5. If not, then the reference to "archaeology professor" should be "aarchaeology professor" since that is how his name shows in the game. This being in bulletin 3.
Re: Other ways to gain exp. +
Thursday, February 20, 2014 @ 00:33
Reply to: Note 28581 posted by Hwuaijijal Just to the thread in general. First suggestion would be add in wizi mobs that randomly teleport to any room that isn't clan or imm flagged. The first person to enter the room with this mob would get an experience bonus. The longer the mob sits, the more that it will give out in experience, to a cap. Give a small experience bonus per beneficial spell, possibly only spellup related, per cast. This would then either flag the recipient as having gained a spellup in the last half hour and no longer eligible to give more to another, or flag the recipient that playerX has cast a spellup on him, and no longer able to gaine further experience from playerX for a certain amount of time. A bit more subjective, time and labour intensive would be to reward people for making cogent ideas or adding to the discussion in a rational manner. This might get people who are shy about posting a reason to offer their thoughts on things. Not entirely a feasible idea, but something to consider.
Re: Twitter rewards ++++++++
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 @ 17:26
Reply to: Note 23940 posted by Rumour Just responding in general. I do not have a twitter account. I highly doubt that I will ever have one to be honest. This is my choice. No one coerced me to make this decision. As such, any thing that I might miss out on is of my own volition. I do not in any way feel that I am alienated because of this. If I did, I would feel that I was being alienated from trivia games because I don't read or type fast enough to answer promptly, or in gquests where I can't kill fast enough to keep up, or when I am offline and events in-game are being run and I am not here to have an opportunity to participate. This brings awareness to a wider audience, which is great. It gets people interested in other forms of media, which is also can be a good thing. It does not force anyone to do anything that they do not wish to do, which is always a good thing. If there is a twitter game in which a few quest points are given out as a reward, how is this any different from being offline when a gquest is run? Or being afk when one is run and you are online? Or you simply do not join because you don't want to do it? If the rewards were such that they compromise a fair gaming environment, then perhaps I could see the dissent against this form of outside games. The most that I have seen is one trivia point to winners of a competition. Sitting still and doing nothing, I would be willing to bet I get more quest points and trivia points doing that than is given out through the out of game formats.
Re: What's in your Winter Emergency Kits?
Saturday, November 2, 2013 @ 21:02
Reply to: Note 23749 posted by Lilleana For your car, you'll want kitty litter, or some other sort of gravel, in case your tires get mired in snow and need to gain traction.
Re: Being efficient with quest points ++
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 @ 16:58
Reply to: Note 23720 posted by Domain I got spellup before exprate or duration because of how long it takes to actually cast all the spells and skills. I would easily do it again. T0 and T1 are easy enough to get through without having to have exprate. Duration is good as a side bonus. You go through a few more gold buying mana potions, but it is more than easy to make up the cost of it. I find spellup wish to be far better to reduce the down time of having to cast spells as they wear off, which, if you have more than 10, is quite a bit of time saved as you go.
Re: colorset ic
Saturday, September 14, 2013 @ 01:33
Reply to: Note 13637 posted by Etzli Not to diminish your thought, but reading only the title of the thread, I had thought it meant in-character. I cannot think, offhand, what else it would refer to in the game, to be honest.
Saturday, September 7, 2013 @ 01:50
The helpfile needs a bit of a reformat. Second to last paragraph "Mana and Moves) from" is its own line, then moves to the next line. Also, can the last line of the secone paragraph "First-time heroes need only type 'superhero' and then follow the instructions." be moved down to its own line to make it easier for newbies to find and understand?
Re: pent's note on mudinfo re: newbs ++
Tuesday, May 28, 2013 @ 17:45
Reply to: Note 23471 posted by Roninleader I agree with the sentiment that people should learn how to play the game, not have the game spoon fed to the over and over again. Quality of players is far better than quantity. If some people get turned off because they have to read a few help files, which are rather easy to find with all the extensive keywords then I would rather them find some place else that will cater to them. I am also of a mind that more help should be given if the person has given basic knowledge from the help file. They tried to read it and understand what is going on, they shouldn't have to struggle over hard. How to find out if they have or not should be in the discrepency of the advisor or helper in question. Some might not believe it, while others won't mind clarifying what is going on. There are more than just one person there to help, so it shouldn't be too much of a burden.