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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Nava in Conceptual Matter Regarding Death And Life Importance   
    This depends upon your view of what shall happen afterwards.

    If you believe the death is the final end, the void, nada, then no.

    Because a meaningless life has a chance to create something a new, while the death uterrly bars that option.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Kyphis the Bard in Up Contest Pt. Ii   
    Good, by decision of us mods (we discussed this) this topic shall be closed.

    Any attempts to create new topics like these will be judged accordingly, future violations including +warn levels. You may get lucky if you post one, but then again we may even delete spam topics. So careful.

    Don't test our patience please.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Sasha Lilias in WTB G And SC   
    I can also sell them to you, have all of what you're looking for. Though it would help if you let me know when you're online so we can meet up.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Ary Endleg in WTB G And SC   
    I can also sell them to you, have all of what you're looking for. Though it would help if you let me know when you're online so we can meet up.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Kyphis the Bard in item mix - Bottomless Toy Chest   
    Depending on the cooldown of production, amount of items and decay of items this seems okay.
     
    However, I would suggest using the maximum stat of a person and not the current amount...else we will probably have cases where someone uses temporary boosts followed by these items resulting in effects that would probably be unintended when giving these items out.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Rophs in Pet rock   
    I'd suggest the slow growth of a pet rock using resources.
     
    You could make it either be a crystal or maybe something like a sandstone.
     
    If it's a crystal, you have to keep feeding it with water+something dissolved in it, but I don't think that is the best.
     
    For sandstone or so, I think I'd suggest using a heat pebble and sand, plus heat. Creating a heated pet rock? Or something of the sorts, makes much more sense too for it to become a pet then, no? Maybe some wiiya sooner or later too at some stages to keep on growing.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Kyphis the Bard in "Number of the beast"   
    No. I was not lucky, I worked for mine too- I got mine for the creature with the ID 666666.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from No one in "Number of the beast"   
    No. I was not lucky, I worked for mine too- I got mine for the creature with the ID 666666.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from lashtal in "Number of the beast"   
    No. I was not lucky, I worked for mine too- I got mine for the creature with the ID 666666.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Ary Endleg in Center of the Labyrinth   
    As I said, I think it's similiar to the GoE. The middle, 0x0, but with the additions to MD and so on the actual middle isn't there anymore I think- thus creating a midpoint that has been shifted. I haven't precisely counted the rows and columns yet, but if Myths numbers are right, then that's even more reason to assume it is like that.
     
    Per se you could define two midpoints: One point of origin, and one point of the middle of the results of changes (for whatever reasons).
     
    As for the labyrinth and the actual reason why it has been shifted or is in this state, that's a whole another question. But I tend more towards shifted instead of saying it cannot exist unless we believe in it- because the fact that we can assume that it should be there but isn't there is similiar to the observers spot or even just a spot "lost in time". Claiming it cannot exist without belief would then be too imprecise.
     
    edit: unprecise wording on cannot exist, changed to cannot exist without belief
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Ary Endleg in Center of the Labyrinth   
    Why do you base it on -0.5 in the coordinates? If you go strictly by geographical distance, it would be 0x0. A point which doesn't exist isn't something new, but why are the coordinates broken that specific way?
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Ary Endleg in Center of the Labyrinth   
    Guess I miscounted the rows, that explains the midpoint...still, wouldn't it be more precise to say the point has shifted instead of claiming it is a point that can't exist? I mean there is a reason why a coordinate should exist which is 0x0, even if in reality the middle is supposed to be 0x-0.5
     
    I think it should be kind of similiar to the GoE.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from dst in Center of the Labyrinth   
    Guess I miscounted the rows, that explains the midpoint...still, wouldn't it be more precise to say the point has shifted instead of claiming it is a point that can't exist? I mean there is a reason why a coordinate should exist which is 0x0, even if in reality the middle is supposed to be 0x-0.5
     
    I think it should be kind of similiar to the GoE.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from DARK DEMON in Center of the Labyrinth   
    As I said, I think it's similiar to the GoE. The middle, 0x0, but with the additions to MD and so on the actual middle isn't there anymore I think- thus creating a midpoint that has been shifted. I haven't precisely counted the rows and columns yet, but if Myths numbers are right, then that's even more reason to assume it is like that.
     
    Per se you could define two midpoints: One point of origin, and one point of the middle of the results of changes (for whatever reasons).
     
    As for the labyrinth and the actual reason why it has been shifted or is in this state, that's a whole another question. But I tend more towards shifted instead of saying it cannot exist unless we believe in it- because the fact that we can assume that it should be there but isn't there is similiar to the observers spot or even just a spot "lost in time". Claiming it cannot exist without belief would then be too imprecise.
     
    edit: unprecise wording on cannot exist, changed to cannot exist without belief
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from DARK DEMON in Center of the Labyrinth   
    Guess I miscounted the rows, that explains the midpoint...still, wouldn't it be more precise to say the point has shifted instead of claiming it is a point that can't exist? I mean there is a reason why a coordinate should exist which is 0x0, even if in reality the middle is supposed to be 0x-0.5
     
    I think it should be kind of similiar to the GoE.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Clock Master in ANN 3227 - 20 cartography skill points   
    I reached 20 cartography first and was the first to know where all are, but in fact I currently hold 26 cartography with 19 obelisks.
     
    (MD Shop has boosters which can increase stats)
     
    That's also why I told dst where the last one was because I was doing this for fun and had my goal after reaching 20 cartography anyways, especially since the announcement only requires you to have 20 cartography in order to receive the reward. (Good old MD style of questing if anyone remembers....)
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from No one in ANN 3227 - 20 cartography skill points   
    I reached 20 cartography first and was the first to know where all are, but in fact I currently hold 26 cartography with 19 obelisks.
     
    (MD Shop has boosters which can increase stats)
     
    That's also why I told dst where the last one was because I was doing this for fun and had my goal after reaching 20 cartography anyways, especially since the announcement only requires you to have 20 cartography in order to receive the reward. (Good old MD style of questing if anyone remembers....)
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    Shadowseeker reacted to dst in Collecting Addresses for Title Distribution   
    I can (and probably will for the players that already said yes)  ship some of the doc while sending the murmas cards (I'm already sending an envelope so it doesn't matter if i add 1,2,3 extras).
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Fang Archbane in Tribunal Crown   
    I agree it would help the land and would be valid as a point mechanism, but I doubt Mur will do anything "soon", nor is it good to do anything expecting him to do something in a case like this. Very bad for the odds of it actually happening usually.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from lashtal in worst thing about Mur   
    I actually find it kind of sad that I keep silent about it forever (and only disclosed it to the relevant trusted people who would need to know to fix the interface) to find out it gets out like it does now. Then again, since I don't really like getting bothered and will just shut up more if someone tries to drill when I don't want to share, it probably doesn't matter.
     
    Maybe this is in the wrong topic and I should write in the other favoristism one instead, but when it comes to things being given in MD and thing you earned, I would say yes, the given ones are much easier to attain. But no matter how you do it, the rewards you can gain from working are more and more importantly, more free. You can choose what you want. I can list examples if need be and you might argue the gifts are better, but that's not true- these gifts give you direction, and I would not be where I am if I only took gifts. I worked for the things I wanted, and I got many of the things I wanted, if I only wanted them bad enough. Not that much was given to me at all. I bargained, I won quests, I traded, I learned, I used what I knew. I had my period of "make a wish" too before, but it wasn't really serious, nor did I ever get what I asked for in that way. I asked for the sake of asking rather.
     
    I wish a lot of the people in MD would deal with Mur as I do, or try to, most of the time. Yes, if he desires, suddenly you can receive a lot of things, powers, etc. But all that is short lived, because even if you receive it, what matters is what you do with it after. And that often fails if you receive things out of the blue. Everyone's perception, the ranting, everything is now what is cornering Mur- kind of ironic, but that's what it is, strangling the freedom he used to have.
     
    Maybe MD is doomed to fail, I don't know. I just know I learned a lot about the spark of life. I'm sticking around to see what happens to this, and I sincerely hope it will get better, perhaps with me actively coming back one day.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Rophs in Tribunal Crown   
    If you have no patience for the long term, perhaps it would be better if you stepped down as a candidate. Though I do wonder who will judge and award points with Mur being Mur.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from lashtal in Tribunal Crown   
    I agree it would help the land and would be valid as a point mechanism, but I doubt Mur will do anything "soon", nor is it good to do anything expecting him to do something in a case like this. Very bad for the odds of it actually happening usually.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Sunfire in Tribunal Crown   
    If you have no patience for the long term, perhaps it would be better if you stepped down as a candidate. Though I do wonder who will judge and award points with Mur being Mur.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from lashtal in Tribunal Crown   
    Yet your own haste, or shall I call it brashness should make you reflect if you are suited for it? To be a ruler means to be of no equal, at least in some regards. In the scale of judgement, both of us are still equal.
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    The East is an increase in complexity from the mainlands, for me. It is a land of exploration, of discovery and the land I am interested in. If I take on the power and obligations of a ruler, I would be there, silent until needed or asked for help. In essence, there for you if you ask for it, but also absent if you wish for that. I aim to understand things on a fundamental level, am guided by my code of honor in my actions and utilize knowledge and wisdom to choose. I believe if something is truly needed or wanted, there exists a way to that, no matter how impossible it seems.
     
    The future of the East is the future of its people to me. For without people, there is no land. Thus I would primarily aid those who are citizens of the East, and occasionally recruit some people.
     
    If you have more detailed questions, I will be able to provide a better answer.
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    Shadowseeker got a reaction from Eagle Eye in Tribunal Crown   
    There's no activity of mine because there is nothing for me to do in MD. I've been around a little bit more recently, but I agree that inactivity could be a problem. (To be fair, right now I am focusing on my master studies which means I will be barely available during exam periods. I do assume that in a nonexam period I will be around much more for the next year, but i have no idea how it will be like once I enter the worklife.)
     
    My next steps will involve research, but I am not sure how I should execute it, or whether I should at all. I would however aim to make some things public, or at least more open to public discussion. Apart from that I have no plans yet- I mostly replied here because I thouhgt Eon's claim was way immature.
     
    Edit: Perhaps this should be split off however? This has become more of a discussion than a Historic Document.
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