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Roleplaying / Silenus - a present from Zane
« Last post by Nosferatus on August 18, 2017, 09:41:07 AM »
Roleplay from Zane Ilwaukim   (15 hours, 19 minutes ago)
message to all nobles of Outer Tilog
"Mortimer, is Silenus too drunk or not drunk enough?"

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"You're right, he's still semi-conscious.  Therefore not drunk enough.  Mistress Blüdyknückles!  Fetch that crate of bloodwine brandy we distilled last month and send it down to Silenius."


One day later...

A flock of imps flies over the southern fields of Irdalni holding some kind of crate, as they fly over low they temproarly block the sun, to the satisfaction of the Satyr band.
As if the air it's self had become fresher, the man straightened their backs and smiled, the darkness nostalgically reminded them of home and youth.
Just as the imps flew halfway they dropped the crate under a swarm of maniacal laughs, falling right on top of a few of Silenus' men.
Some of the men helped the wounded while most of the others pointed and laughed, some couldn't control them selves and actually fell over on the ground laughing.

Silenus turned his donkey around as to check what the fuss was all about, his number 238, as he called this particular specimen was only with him for several days now but already seemed to be at it's final hours.
Heavily breathing, it's crooked legs where trembling under the massive weight of it's master taking several minutes to turn around and walk all the way to back of the 29 men group as a skinny captain kept beating it with a twig.

"Mh, mh mh, wh-what *burp* do we have here!" he said as he attempted to rub his triple layered chin.
The crate appeared to come from Lord Zane and said: From Tilog with hate.

"Ah! wine! hand me a bottle there soldier!"
He said as saliva was dropping from his mouth.

"And YOU!"
He suddenly yelled at his captain.

"Keep beating that donkey!"
The captain assumed it was beating the donkey to walk faster which apparently wasn't at all the case here.
The Satyr band relaxed, took out their instruments and started playing an uplifting song, part of the famous Satyr band festival repertoire.
Some of the men pushed a peasant prisoner forward starting to beat it joyfully.
There was enough brandy wine in that crate to keep the lot of them busy for at least a day.

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Helpline / Re: QUESTION - Infiltrator Actions
« Last post by SilentWrath on August 17, 2017, 09:56:35 PM »
Perhaps I was misremembering and was getting spotted while performing those actions..

Thanks!
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Helpline / Re: QUESTION - Infiltrator Actions
« Last post by Anaris on August 17, 2017, 09:54:32 PM »
Your prestige should never drop from an infiltrator action unless you are spotted. In fact, it is being spotted that causes your prestige to drop—because people find out that you, a prominent noble from a wealthy, well-known family (even if you're brand-new at the game, IC, you're still among the best-known families in the world), have been spotted engaging in dark and dastardly activities most properly assigned to those of lower birth.

If you do see conflicting messages like that, and can screenshot it, please do so and make a bug report.
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Helpline / QUESTION - Infiltrator Actions
« Last post by SilentWrath on August 17, 2017, 09:48:05 PM »
I remember a while ago that performing certain actions as an infiltrator (i.e. Stealing Tax Gold, Murdering Militia, Assaulting someone, etc.) caused an Infiltrators stats to plummet.. I know Personally my stats went from something like 65 prestige to 3 over a period of time..

Not sure if my character has "bottomed out" or if that was changed, but recently I haven't seen the notices that my honor/prestige is being impacted (positively or negatively) by infiltrator actions..

So my question is: is that, for lack of a better word, feature, still in the game? If so, does it matter if you successfully get away with an action without being spotted? For example, I seem to remember performing an action - let's say it was murdering militia... using the Low Risk option and successfully completing it. The game text said something along the lines of "You find 3 isolated guards and manage to murder them quietly without raising alarm. You vanish unseen into the woods" And then another message would pop up and say "As your deeds become known throughout the land your honor/prestige drops X points"

To me that doesn't make a whole lot of sense, if I was unseen performing the action and the only witnesses are dead victims.. how would MY deeds become known throughout the land..?

Any insight into this would be helpful! Thanks!
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Beluaterra / Re: Why nobody buying Scrolls on Belu? Why why?
« Last post by Wimpie on August 17, 2017, 10:45:24 AM »
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Yes, it was me. The previous Ruler before your character did not bother to reply :(
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Wow wait, the previous ruler? That was 1 RL year ago  :)
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Beluaterra / Re: Why nobody buying Scrolls on Belu? Why why?
« Last post by Nosferatus on August 17, 2017, 08:41:17 AM »
You could always move on to another realm .
Or contact lords of other realms as you pass through them.
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Beluaterra / Re: Why nobody buying Scrolls on Belu? Why why?
« Last post by Ketchum on August 17, 2017, 02:48:37 AM »
Maybe nobody has gold there.
It will be a surprise to either one of us ifwe discover that Belu has more gold than we thought :P

If you use the scrolls the daimons summon even more troops against you.
I remembered daimons used magic from surrounding area or something like that. But that my noble know and my commoner does not know ::)

My character has a few scrolls. Most would only help the daimons and undead. When I have a scroll that is helpful to my guy, I use them. Too bad that if few and far between
What are the scrolls that are considered helpful to human?

Have been asking the commoners of Thalmarkin a few times now, no one ever responds.

Got 1 who offered to help, which reminds me to reply.

(EDIT: Oh and that was you exactly :-) )
Yes, it was me. The previous Ruler before your character did not bother to reply :(

Your commoner is just terrible at selling, or in the wrong realm.
I know for sure that a few realms are actively collecting them.
Maybe try somewhere else?
Cant blame my commoner though. He only spoke to the realm council, the only messaging group he has access to, beside the nobles in the region.
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Beluaterra / Re: Why nobody buying Scrolls on Belu? Why why?
« Last post by Logar on August 16, 2017, 07:22:05 PM »
Speak to the Vales, they seem to have an endless supply of 'Pain and Suffering scrolls' as Usul can confirm... except he seems to be in a permanent coma and unable to comment at this time ;D
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Beluaterra / Re: Why nobody buying Scrolls on Belu? Why why?
« Last post by Nosferatus on August 16, 2017, 09:27:45 AM »
Your commoner is just terrible at selling, or in the wrong realm.
I know for sure that a few realms are actively collecting them.
Maybe try somewhere else?
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Beluaterra / Re: Why nobody buying Scrolls on Belu? Why why?
« Last post by Wimpie on August 16, 2017, 09:08:28 AM »
Have been asking the commoners of Thalmarkin a few times now, no one ever responds.

Got 1 who offered to help, which reminds me to reply.

(EDIT: Oh and that was you exactly :-) )
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