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  1. Archaeology Statues

    Guard A statue of a strong guard. 70kg completed, needs 93 fragments, improves with marble shards using stonecutting skill Goblin A statue of a menacing little goblin. 30kg completed, needs 40 fragments, improves with rock shards using stonecutting skill Statuettes: Axeman A statuette of an axeman preparing his swing. 10kg completed, needs 13 fragments, improves with a lump using stonecutting skill Swordsman A statuette of a swordsman ready to dive into battle. 10kg completed, needs 13 fragments, improves with a lump using stonecutting skill Digger A statuette of a soldier in the middle of digging. 10kg completed, needs 13 fragments, improves with a lump using stonecutting skill Miner A statuette of a miner in the middle of his daily grind. 10kg completed, needs 13 fragments, improves with a lump using stonecutting skill
  2. Archaeology, add plank fragments

    I'd love to get plank fragments, there's actually surprisingly few things you can make with shafts/pegs/tenons that have a visible wood type, and who actually needs a ton of boats?
  3. I searched through my logs and I think I might know what's happening. I could be completely wrong as well. But I noticed that I get 4 lines of location information for a deed before I get the 'get direction' and I'm wondering if they're just not coming up in the right order every time. Here they are: [00:04:46] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Oakheart. You write down some initial location details about Oakheart in a blank report. [00:10:09] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Oakheart. You note some additional details about the location of Oakheart in the report. You find a scrap of washed out parchment signed by the last mayor, Kinsi. You recall this settlement, and remember the name of the founder as Malicarth. [00:15:09] You can see multiple markers of abandoned settlements here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, one of the settlements must have been called Oakheart. You find some extra clues that help narrow down where Oakheart once was and write it down in the report. [00:17:25] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Oakheart. You feel confident you know exactly where Oakheart once lay, and complete the location details in the report. Now I'll try one that didn't give direction with that last line: [13:29:51] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Point Break. You write down some initial location details about Point Break in a blank report. You find a scrap of washed out parchment signed by the last mayor, Omatoes. You write that down in your report. You recall this settlement, and remember the name of the founder as Omatoes. You write that down in your report. You make a rough estimate that the settlement was inhabited for about 19 years, 11 months. You write that down in your report. [13:33:30] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Point Break. You note some additional details about the location of Point Break in the report. [13:33:44] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Point Break. You feel confident you know exactly where Point Break once lay, and complete the location details in the report. [13:54:55] You can see signs of a single abandoned settlement here. Based on your knowledge of the area and small hints you can find, the settlement must have been called Point Break. You find some extra clues that help narrow down where Point Break once was and write it down in the report. [13:59:01] You spot something glinting in the ground and start pulling it free... [13:59:12] As you discover a Point Break hidden cache the report is crumpled up and ruined.
  4. Dispelling Runes

    Would be neat if when dispelling runes from items, you had a 5% chance to get the rune in your inventory so it can be reused, maybe at a default 20-25ql.
  5. New Runes

    Electrum currently only has a single rune, Fo, for reducing the age of the animal it's used on. I'd like to see a couple new runes added, Humid Drizzle for the stubborn animals that separating them out and grooming constantly doesn't remove their disease; and Courier, for quick mailboxes in hard to reach places (or just out in the wilds) that you can receive mail at. For courier, if you want a high casted mailbox you'd still need a good priest to get that, or use up alot of runes trying to get it. I feel being made from electrum would balance it out since it has higher difficulty to create than steel, brass and bronze.
  6. [Bug] Archaeology metal lumps - Gold Iron Lumps

    mine I tried combining lump fragment, metal of the same weights and got examined in that order got Just for fun, I've kept combining where it allows: [10:34:26] A small lump of pure silver. [10:34:28] A small lump of pure silver. [10:34:31] An alloy of gold and silver. [10:34:34] A red glistening lump of bronze. [10:34:34] A heavy lump of dark steel. [10:34:37] A red glistening lump of bronze.
  7. used to be named Romuluschaser [02:32:32] A bright white unicorn with a slender twisted horn. [02:32:32] He is very strong and has a good reserve of fat. [02:32:32] It has fleeter movement than normal. It has a strong body. It has lightning movement. It can carry more than average. It has very strong leg muscles. It looks unusually strong and healthy. [02:32:32] His mother is the aged fat Fastwild. His father is the aged fat Caesarwest. [02:33:09] You poke a young fat unicorn in the ribs. used to be named Ironflora [02:35:05] A bright white unicorn with a slender twisted horn. [02:35:05] She is very strong and has a good reserve of fat. [02:35:05] It has fleeter movement than normal. It is a tough bugger. It has a strong body. It has lightning movement. It can carry more than average. It has very strong leg muscles. [02:35:05] Her mother is the aged fat Cardeaosio. Her father is the aged fat Southebony. [02:35:17] You poke a young fat unicorn in the ribs.
  8. Archaeology Help

    I checked my logs and my first mask fragment was after 75 archaeology. They're not terribly common at first, and best found in areas with signs of multiple deeds. As your skill gets higher, you'll find them to be more common.
  9. Archaeology Help

    incorrect tools for restoration does add difficulty and thus skill gain (especially for non junk fragments) at the cost of some enchants/runes/better material type
  10. Archaeology Help

    I'm at 89 archaeology and 84 restoration. You don't want to use skiller tools to gather fragments, and I personally tried a 103coc 90ql shovel with less skillgain than an 83coc 90ql trowel. Use the best trowel you can find, best coc you can get on it (rare trowel is nice but only in that it takes damage more slowly and loses less ql when repaired, it does not affect fragments in any way I've been able to tell.) For restoration, I used a 30ql 99coc chisel exclusively up to around 75 restoration, and only switched to 90ql chisel and brush using correct tools out of greed toward the resulting fragments and items made from them. If you don't care much about material type, runes or enchants (which honestly it doesn't matter much until much higher) then the chisel would still be best skillgain. Now that I'm up in the mid 80s for restoration, it seems harder to get decent ticks from difficulty, though it's still relatively steady with low ticks. However, if you save up your weapon/tool heads and whole weapon/tool fragments, as well as armor fragments til you have several to combine, work your stamina down to around 50%, keep climb on once you've reached that and turn on sleep bonus while you're combining them. I've found that both the arch and resto ticks are quite nice during that time. At around high 87-88 in archaeology, I started getting some alloy fragments, only in the weapon category thus far (so the whole fragments, i.e. longsword fragment vs longsword blade fragment) I also noticed that combining those (can only be combined with other alloy fragments) can be quite difficult with many more fails to combine, and excellent skillgain from both fails and successes, also good time to have low stam and sb on. If you're interested in what types of fragments go where, I've put together a pastebin of everything I've found in which category, though it is not sorted by 'skill levels' so some won't be available til you reach the 'unlock' for it. https://pastebin.com/8Lj1M4GC
  11. Valrei International. 069

    given that the terrain in the picture visibly has sloping areas, it would have been more impressive to have the 10k amphorae follow the terrain yet keep the square instead of looking impossibly flat *edit* actually, looking at it again I realize the entire 10k amphorae are floating a good distance off the ground anyway
  12. Archaeology Journals

    pretty please? I'm going to be making a 10th journal and I'm about ready to just not bother with journals which is sad
  13. Blackmoor Christmas Impalong 2018

    I see no hijacking here Cecci; anyone at all is free to host Impalongs anywhere they choose at any time of the year they choose; even if it's simultaneous with this one. And I've seen more than one at the same time before as well. The purpose of impalongs after all is to help players getting into the game, or just help players in general, as well as to have fun. Does it really matter who hosts them?