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  1. [15:33:30] Horses like this one have many uses. [15:33:30] She is very strong and has a good reserve of fat. [15:33:30] This creature could use some grooming. [15:33:30] Its colour is white. [15:33:30] Her mother is the venerable fat Raidoak. [15:33:41] You start leading the old fat Starkosio 'Winter'. She was found west of Indigo Forest. PM Addeny in game or contact me on discord Monica#9874 if she's yours. I will be keeping her safe at Indigo Forest for now. I cannot deliver her due to time restraints on my end unless you live at a nearby deed.
  2. We should be able to use this as compost, too
  3. Ornamental boulders and other landscaping stuff would be awesome +1
  4. Oooh yes. Also: Tapestries with a tree on them. one tapestry for each tree! Tapestries with an animal on them! like one for a horse, one for a unicorn, a seal, a shark, a cow, a pig Lol just suggestions. But very time consuming, I assume. The new decors are great!
  5. I'd love to have this kind of stuff so bad! it would be great!
  6. Ohhh this is a great use for those woodscraps... I usually just drop them on the ground and let them rot. +1 Omg yes.
  7. Xan Zoo

    Oh this would be a fun thing to see. How about naming it Xanazoo?
  8. I know it used to belong to Archaed's Angel Coast deed. You may want to ask him if no one claims her. EDIT: Talked to Arch. She still belongs to him. Just at his new deed, which is Frozen Woods.
  9. It's kinda silly that it says nothing would grow there. people grow stuff in their houses all the time. with part of the ground actually in the house, should be no problem.
  10. You know, if there's no floor there and there's a patch of dirt, we should be able to plant something. It's a bit irritating to be having our horses stomp something and then not be able to replant it.
  11. I will always +1 bee ideas! Not only would having bees around increase crop yield, but having crops around would increase honey yield.