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by Onton
05 Nov 2010 14:30
Forum: General Board
Topic: No wonder people leave.
Replies: 53
Views: 9088

Re: No wonder people leave.

How was he meant to know it was Sauron's second in command.. Or even a player there at all... If he couldn't see anything? :roll:
by Onton
11 Oct 2010 21:14
Forum: Cornucopia - Everything Else!
Topic: games for the office
Replies: 17
Views: 4519

Re: games for the office

Fight against "g960rptxp" if you can, and see his crazy hair. :shock:
by Onton
13 Sep 2010 00:09
Forum: Logs and Stories
Topic: The propaganda machine
Replies: 10
Views: 3020

Re: The propaganda machine

Tarax the Terrible wrote:

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Reading note number 12.
A Recruitment Poster is pinned here.       43 Tarax       Mortal  Apr  4 2004
(...snip...)

 The Blue Dargonarmy of Ansalon is once again recruiting.
:lol:
by Onton
08 Sep 2010 20:29
Forum: Humor
Topic: In game humor
Replies: 527
Views: 128224

Re: In game humor

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The guardian knight of Thanar yells: Hahahaha! You fight like a pitiful gnome!
:(
by Onton
08 Sep 2010 16:18
Forum: Suggestion Box
Topic: layman choices - good vs evil (partly rant)
Replies: 75
Views: 11363

Re: layman choices - good vs evil (partly rant)

Would mean you would only have to consider things you can see (abilities) rather than things you can't see (tax) when choosing guilds. you have been choosing guilds based on their tax? can I have access to that wiz-info as well? :twisted: :roll: Like you said, the more powerful guilds are balanced ...
by Onton
08 Sep 2010 15:55
Forum: Suggestion Box
Topic: layman choices - good vs evil (partly rant)
Replies: 75
Views: 11363

Re: layman choices - good vs evil (partly rant)

Makfly wrote:
tapakah wrote:Maybe all guilds should be normalized to the same guild tax, with some guilds nerfed and some improved to be raised to the same bar.

T.
Yes please!
Hear, hear!

Would mean you would only have to consider things you can see (abilities) rather than things you can't see (tax) when choosing guilds.
by Onton
07 Sep 2010 17:00
Forum: Promoting Genesis
Topic: Herbal Wiki on Website?
Replies: 23
Views: 7419

Re: Herbal Wiki on Website?

Laurel wrote:you meant a "shopping" session ...? :twisted:
Hehe... That would be quicker. But would still need effort (and money) from the player. And no guarantees you'd find every herb for sale, either.
by Onton
07 Sep 2010 16:36
Forum: Promoting Genesis
Topic: Herbal Wiki on Website?
Replies: 23
Views: 7419

Re: Herbal Wiki on Website?

All herb shop owners have enough skill to identify any herb. And a couple of prolonged herbing session gives you all the herbs you can find, one visit to the shop identifies them all. What's the significant difference? Most can't identify everything. I only know one who can identify everything. And...
by Onton
07 Sep 2010 14:49
Forum: Promoting Genesis
Topic: Herbal Wiki on Website?
Replies: 23
Views: 7419

Re: Herbal Wiki on Website?

An ability to remember herbalist's reply makes things indistinguishable from the info appearing on the web site. Not really. You would need to find the herb in the game, and take it to a herbalist with enough skill to identify it. It would give people something new to do when they had new herbs. Yo...
by Onton
07 Sep 2010 12:51
Forum: Promoting Genesis
Topic: Herbal Wiki on Website?
Replies: 23
Views: 7419

Re: Herbal Wiki on Website?

I agree that providing "legal" ways to do things people can already do in questionable ways (sharing info out of game/scripting/etc) is good, because it decreases the gap between those who have the ability and inclination to do things in such ways and those who don't. I don't think "giving away" all...