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bahssikava in Blades of Avernum
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Member # 1993
Profile #12
:) Hi and welcome to Spiderweb, Anna. Place your sanity at the mods' disposal and beware the fluffy Sailor Moons.

To answer your question: When I played Bahs the first time I followed the hints.txt in the files - it's not very brilliant I know -_-

E.g. the hint said "Move a sw/ne mirror to (34,7)". I went to 34,7 with my first character for to find out where this place is. (You can see the location of your first PC by scrolling the menu to "party location".) Then I moved the mirror there.

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Just for morbid curiosity... in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #7
The first time I saw them they've been posted by TGM. For ten minutes - until a mod came by. :rolleyes: But I would not recommend to google them.

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Behold the SQL Sorcery! in General
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #17
Woot! I have got the second rank in female spamming.
:) Congratulations, Riibu, for the first place.

quote:
originally written by NaNoWriMo: Since the server went up again some time during this night (it's now 7 AM here), I was able to spend the last few hours making the stats.
:eek: You write nine posts per day plus 4000 words for NaNoWriMo plus statistics ...I'm speechless. Do you ever sleep?

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Any artists around? in Blades of Avernum
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #27
:) yes. I only didn't have any other questions, thus I didn't respond, sorry.

*goes back to the longhorns*

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My Nanowrimo Novel - Vahnatai stuff! in Blades of Avernum
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Member # 1993
Profile #37
tl, drn (did read nevertheless)

:P To be honest, this was my thought before I read it. Now I think it is too short, and I wait with tension for the continuation ^_^

Some suggestions, only if you need filling stuff:
At the market in Avtris Aida sees other students selling stuff. It would be likely that he also meets friends or at least people he knows: There could be little dialogues.
I'm sure the younger students also know about Forachid and who is currently doing the test - thus the return of Aida might be exciting. They whisper his name in awe and he is the heroe now.
Aida prevents a girl from buying false mandrake. Why don't they talk together? The girl could be more thankful for the hint. Maybe she also could be a useful character later in the story .

Now, if I look into my crystal sphere I can clearly see you, Aran, far away from now - maybe 10 years - but clear enough to recognize the golden shine of success and wealth that surrounds your tiny figure. You write at volume 5 of your bestseller serial. The first four have been translated in 18 languages. One month ago, your face has been on "Time Magazine" - now you need a secretary to keep fans and journalists in a reasonable distance ... *tiny figure fades away*

>_< Eww, that damn chicken gods have flown across my head.

edit: typo

[ Monday, November 14, 2005 11:03: Message edited by: spy.there ]

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What books... in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #9
What Robin said: every book I liked influenced me somehow.

The first books changing my thoughts (twisting them into uncontrollable fantasy) have been: Grimm's Fairy Tales, Thousend Nights and a Night, The Silver Nutmeg from Palmer Brown, the Dr. Doolittle-series ... ^_^ all the children's books that include adventures and magic.

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Memories of Things Long Past at Spiderweb in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #20
:D Aww, I remember this story (wasn't Alec posting it?) Nobody liked it. I liked it better though than another story about a twisted little boy killing his mother.

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Memories of Things Long Past at Spiderweb in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #6
*looks jealous to all numbers under 1000*

My first memory is a horrible "favourite music"-topic (back in 2003) where everybody bragged with his bad taste. And a topic where Drakey celebrated an obscure 3000-something number (was it postcount?).

:) Fortunately there are still enough old members around to make me feel noobish.

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God Stuff (Antichrist! You better spell it right! ) in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #142
When you google "Anrichrist" you come to 392 pages. Thus the Anrichrist clearly is a serious threat ( :eek: a perverse mutation of the A-christ maybe?). But 392 worshippers cannot be wrong.

:) A compliment to synergy for keeping the topic-title always up to date.

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^ö^ vegetarians are sexy.
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I Made You, I Can Unmake You in General
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #5
"Leave your sanity at the door" is an incantation - thus it cannot be changed without losing its spell craft.
:) But you could always supplement it with good wishes from welcome mats and all kind of turtles and talismans.

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emerald valley in Blades of Avernum
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #1
You should stay away from Lyfan, he has 9999 HPs and can not be defeated. There is another path around.

:P And yes, it's one of TM's famous black jokes. You'll thereat accustom soon by playing more of his scenarios ...

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Any artists around? in Blades of Avernum
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Member # 1993
Profile #14
What do you want, Smoo? A cow and a human? Maybe more realistic like this?

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1000000000000! in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #24
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^ö^ I was a cannibal for twenty-five years. For the rest I have been a vegetarian. George Bernard Shaw
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Kiwis ban virtual drugs in General
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #66
In an ideal world, monopolized retail would not exist.
Retail - serving the distribution - is unavoidable. But it should not be misused, inflate the price and reduce the quality.

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a little help in Blades of Avernum
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Member # 1993
Profile #5
I write, paint, hobby-work and perform (the latter rarely now).
Right now I should produce some nice, little gadgets to sell at Xmas-exhibition. But I am late, oh well -_-

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a little help in Blades of Avernum
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #3
Oh! You speak German too? :) You are the only Italian on these boards so far.

And this is more precise:
The second key is on a dead body in the eastern part of the sewers. It will open the waste control room. It's wrong what I said above: You do have to push the waste control button to open the closed gate in the NE part. Where the third key can be found.

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Undead Topics Need Loving Too (aka "Give Me Your First-Born") in General
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #775
quote:
Originally written by Trrr's Mrtr:

Not to level a counter-threat, but locking this topic will lose the community at least one member.
:( alas!
*licks TM's boots with devotion and a wet towel and smears a little lump of shoe-cream over the tips.*
They do need some grease, you know.

This performance has been brought to David and Wise Man.

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a little help in Blades of Avernum
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Member # 1993
Profile #1
You need three keys to go through Zaskiva sewers. As far as I remember you don't need to operate the waste controls. Just look for secret passages and continue you way.
How many keys have you got yet?

edit: :) hey, benvenuto sulle Spiderweb! Lasciate il vostra buon senso dietro la porta.
>_< you might blame me for typos.

[ Sunday, November 06, 2005 06:49: Message edited by: spy.there ]

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My Nanowrimo Novel - Vahnatai stuff! in Blades of Avernum
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #32
:) Interesting. I feel as if I have played a new scenario.
quote:
Originally written by Thralni, emperor of Riverrod:

Jesus bok, I gues you have nothing else to do? ...
I'm not sure whether this should be flattering or slightly insulting. But the participation in NaNoWriMo is a deed of great honour and distinction, AFAIK.

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A Map of Spiderweb in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #26
I just found another map where you can see my house from top.
It is amazing. You can see whole switzerland in such vicinity.

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From the dawn of time in General
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #9
o_o Are you implying that women don't look at pornography?

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^ö^ I was a cannibal for twenty-five years. For the rest I have been a vegetarian. George Bernard Shaw
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Avernum 4? in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #488
:) Hi Mads, welcome to Spiderweb Boards! Leave your sanity at the door and enjoy this hilarious place of happy spammers.

What is your native language then? (If you didn't mention it I never had the idea that it would not be English.)

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Kiwis ban virtual drugs in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #23
quote:
Originally written by Ash Lael:

Out of curiosity, spy.there, which games that are freely available on the New Zealand market and have not been considered for banning are you referring to?
Answering to this is a little bit off topic now +_+ oh well.

I talked about games like Need for Speed (illicit speed-driving), Grand Theft Auto (illicit actions), Planet Doom (violence), etc. You could take every 3D Ego shooter with high resolution splatter effects and ban it because of violence and cruelty. But no, the repression goes against drugs.

I would rather ban a game that teaches how to break every rule in traffic. Consider: How big is the chance that a kid playing computergames will one day be a big drug lord? And how big is the chance that the grown up kid will drive a car and buy a weapon? You see what I mean?

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^ö^ I was a cannibal for twenty-five years. For the rest I have been a vegetarian. George Bernard Shaw
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Avernum 4? in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #483
quote:
Originally written by Lrl:

Those words are actually Latin. Well, no. Those words are actually faux Latin. That's why they don't quite make sense. ...

o_o Oh. Hm, do they have a translation or is it only fantasy language?

I'm not familiar with the Conquest of Paradise but I enjoyed the Conquest of Animutopia - thank you, lrl ( :D had to watch three times to get all the LOLs). Though I couldn't find out what Colin Mochrie has to do with Vangelis, I finally heard this famous composer of artificially sweetened humanity.
Aran, I'm shocked. :P Now I doubt somehow the superiority of your music taste.

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Undead Topics Need Loving Too (aka "Give Me Your First-Born") in General
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Member # 1993
Profile #735
:P Or fig? v
quote:
... he's such a fruit?



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