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    Dhyone got a reaction from Mallos in L.A.W.   
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Muratus del Mur in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Sushi in Do you know how memory stones turn into stone tablet?   
    B, for sure!  😁
    In my conception the mosaic pattern would use the user's subconscious forces to accumulate the magical energies, thus making it easier to retrieve the memories of  the memory stones and putting them all together into one object.
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Eagle Eye in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Ungod in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Aia del Mana in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Sushi in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Nava in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Ivorak in The Book of Dried Herbs 🌿​​​​​​​   
    The Book of dried herbs was a gift from the Queen of Loreroot to help in my researches in Herbology. Then, as a token of appreciation, for the lorerootians and enthusiasts, I will present here about herbs and weeds that are subject of my research:
    Adder's Tongue (Erythronium americanum) is a perennial herb also called dog-tooth violet, serpent's tongue and yellow snowdrop. Adder's tongue is used internally to treat a variety of conditions ranging from vomiting to hiccups and externally in poultice for skin inflammations, and hives. However, adder's tongue may contain the alkaloid colchine. Colchine is extremely toxic, also anyone taking adder's tongue internally should be advised to use only minute amounts.
    Bitterroot (Apocynum androsaemifolium and A. cannabinum) is also called dogbane, milk weed, and westernwall. Bitteroot is widely used to treat numerous conditions including sore throats, colds and coughs, constipation and convulsions. It contains cymarin, a poisonous substance. It's also used in a decoction of the dried root to threat heart palpitations. Because it is poisonous, and because of it's heart-stimuling properties, bitterroot is considered too toxic to ingest.
    Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) is also called red puccoon, indian plant, and tetterworth. The root of this plant is used to treat respiratory problems and digestive problems. It contains the poisonous alkaloid sanguinare, as well other alkaloids. Bloodroot acts as a narcotic and an emetic, but higher doses can lead to total collapse.
    Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger) is also called devil's eyes and stinking nightshade. Used to treat insomnia and to induce hypnosis (as a hallucinogen). 
    To be continued...
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Ungod in Small Recipient Description   
    Small and Large Recipient have the same description:
    A large bucket good for collecting water and storing it.
    That's strange, I think they were created to be different items, then a properly descrition should be somethings like this:
    A small bucket good for collecting low quantities of water and storing it. 
    or
    A jar good for collecting water and storing it.
    (They collect the same amount of water either.🌊)
    What you think?
     
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Fang Archbane in Do you know how memory stones turn into stone tablet?   
    B, for sure!  😁
    In my conception the mosaic pattern would use the user's subconscious forces to accumulate the magical energies, thus making it easier to retrieve the memories of  the memory stones and putting them all together into one object.
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    Dhyone reacted to Sushi in Do you know how memory stones turn into stone tablet?   
    Um...I created the new form for the stone tablet combiner in Loreroot recently, but I’m not sure about how memory stones turn into stone tablet, so can you guys share some thoughts and ideas with me? or which one do you prefer?
    Here are my concept ref & sketches of the Stone Tablet:

    A) Break the memory stones completely and pour into a mold to form its final shape with the power of the combiner. You can carve spell/text on the flat surface just like a traditional stone tablet.

    B) Crush the stones into small pieces and make it like a gravel mosaic, similar to Dhyone’s idea.

    C) Melt the stones(with heat?) and squash them into one single stone tablet, but you can still roughly see the shapes of memory stones!(20 of them)

    or just tell me if you have some cool ideas pls~
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Mallos in Lumber Saw Description   
    That's the currently description:
    Apprentice's Lumber Saw (ID: 9368) 
    A saw for cutting basic lumber resource. This one will cut less lumber but will teach you woodcutting skill well. Usable only if you are a citizen of the same land Woodcutters Guild belongs to.
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    Dhyone reacted to MaGoHi in Unbinding Rituals   
    Hei,
    so i noticed that i can only unbind 1 ritual of a stack at a time
    i thought it would be nice to be able to unbind an entire stack of rituals
    greetings
    Mag
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Ivorak in Top 200 big piles of resources - NUMBERS   
    Some of these resources should "spoil" after a period of time. If Water is not properly stored for a long time has a risk of it becoming contaminated. Flowers, Unidentified plants, Aromatic herbs, Tea leaves, Toxic plants should dry after a while, becoming "Dry Plants" losing their previous characteristics and gaining new ones.
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    Dhyone reacted to Ivorak in Untended/Overgrown Resources   
    I don't think the drop in resources once they become too overgrown makes much sense in many cases (from a "why" standpoint).
    What if overgrowth increased AP requirements (like viscosity does) instead?
    Maybe some other effects too (though this is far more complicated) depending on the resource: bones -> plague infection; water -> flooding and crop failure, mitigation through development of waterworks; stone -> avalanche resulting in road blockage; herbs -> all herbs in scene turn to weeds; lumber -> deadfall, small chance of dying when passing through; etcetera).
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Ivorak in Untended/Overgrown Resources   
    For sure! Some herbs are considered weeds and grow fast. 🌿
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    Dhyone reacted to Pipstickz in Untended/Overgrown Resources   
    I think resources should keep generating after they hit their cap, we'll use an example of 10/10:
    Resource is left at 10/10, replenishment takes it into Untended Status: 11, 12...15/10 being Overgrown Status
    Then when replenishment hits the Overgrown resource, it drops to 3/10
    In other words, +1 every day (or maybe +10% would work better, because with a flat +1 scenes like DQ would probably never reach Overgrown status) it's left Untended until it hits 1.5xCap, then it drops to 1/3xCap
    This way ignored resources will suffer. Messy room messy mind, afterall.
    I'm hoping a feature like this would urge citizens to work together to properly tend their respective lands and prompt them to educate eachother on the nature of resources
    I would imagine Fenths being exempt for obvious reasons, I did think of water being an issue, but I don't really think it is afterall.
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    Dhyone reacted to dst in Bottomless toy chest!   
    Today marks another personal achievement: after almost 2 years since it was first implemented, I was able to create a Bottomless Toy Chest using the tool in Willow's Shop.
    I think it's the first chest created this way (the other 2 were awarded by Mur).
    So, another challenge down, bring on the next one!
    The last achievement for which I needed this much time was the Morph Collection. Can't wait for a new one!
    Goooo me!
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    Dhyone reacted to BFH in Farewell MD!   
    Hey All-
    Today is my last day within the MD Realm. Casually, I spent the last few days exploring all lands, to my surprise, I discovered two scenes I never saw before! Then I didn't imagine that it would lead to a perfect farewell, but so it happened, the last walk through MD.
    *Ambitions: I guess I fulfilled most of my personal ambitions for MD. Although I never became King! Shame! I will proudly call myself the King of Nothing!
    *Moments: One of my favourite MD moment was one of the times I played Confused Santa. That night two of us played the account, so the shifting personalities confused a lot of people. That was Hilarious!
    *Contributions: I will brag for once, cause it is my final post!
    Active LHO for quite some time. Active MP6, one with the most adepts at the time. Got me the MP6 Token of Promise. MD's Advertiser: Promoted MD in over a hundred Top Lists and took over MD's social media for various years. Did much secret stuff I can't talk about! Hehe! Ps. if you care for the game, voting for it is essential. Hosted several events and several quests: MD Summer Festivals, MD Xmas Festivals, many random trivia, etc.  Hosted a couple of Christmas and Anniversaries. Now, this often involves sacrificing lots of time and having to play secretly a couple of admin accounts so that you as a member of the community can have some fun. So show some appreciation for the admins that play this in the background!  Got code access, played Testy account and was Dude2 in announcements before my name was released to the public. It was interesting realizing how big and complex is MD, codewise.  Became MP1, Mur decided to experiment with my account and broke it! Thank God I had code access and reverted my Mind Power level, else I would still be stuck! My message. As a normal player, I built my reputation, earned trust, and gained the maximum access the game, full admin and code/server access. You can accomplish even more! Get involved. Contribute to the development of the game. Give ideas, bring in new players. Don't be afraid to comment and step-up.
    Today, I say farewell to a community I've known for almost nine years, a community I contributed to. All I can say is thanks for the great moments and the not so great ones. It made me a better human being.
    To Chew and Mur, I will say keep up the good work. Keep MD alive. Think about the few suggestions I made you both. 
    Ps. I've transferred all admin tools to Chewett. 
    --------
    dst: I passed Chew the following for you. Since you weren't online and I don't have db access any longer, I wasn't able to transfer them in person.
    MP6 Token of Promise, 5 GC, 79 SC 
    -------
     
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    Dhyone got a reaction from Nava in Tithes for the Gray   
    Dhyone: We are healed from suffering only by experiencing it to the full. Dhyone: Now you're free... Dhyone: Barren Soul, I sacrifice you to the evening breeze... : Dhyone sacrificed Barren Soul
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    Dhyone reacted to Mallos in Tithes for the Gray   
    : Mallos sacrificed Falronn (Elemental V) Mallos: So close, yet so far... : Mallos throws the dice and gets 2
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    Dhyone reacted to MRWander in Tithes for the Gray   
    MRF: ashes to ashes MRF: colours do fade MRF: accept my offering oh mighty shades : MRF sacrificed Dark Soulweaver  
    it being a shope version of a necro crit to return power back to its origin
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    Dhyone reacted to Lintara in Tithes for the Gray   
    *Lintara*: Rest now, Dark Archer, *Lintara*: Your battle is done. *Lintara*: Return that hatred *Lintara*: From whence it come. : *Lintara* sacrificed Dark Archer III
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    Dhyone reacted to lashtal in Cat person or dog person?   
    How come I didn't see this before?
     
    Cat party here!
    I've had 5 in my life, 4 of them are still alive and kicking! 
     
    I've had a dog too but... Cats are just magical.
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