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Don't we all get those times that when you just feel like there is nothing to do, or that you have done something too much and need some change? Not all obviously, but I figure some of us might. Thus, I (carefully) suggest that we add a "chore" -list or a system. Each Wurm day, players are generated a list of chores that you can work around your own village / home, which could be anything from hunting a mountain lion, to mining and smelting a few lumps of a specific ore, to farming some wemp for rope making. Something small and simple, to rich up the wurmian lives. Every player gets a different list. Resetting every Wurm morning, maybe on sunrise? On the rewarding side, I didn't really think of anything, not sure if there even needs to be anything. I'd love to have some decent conversation, throw some ideas back and forth.
A common folk tale is of faries popping out of the woodwork to help people out. Usually requiring some kind of payment (milk) for this to be done. This is a suggestion for a fo spell that allows a spirit house (cottage, hut, castle whatever) into something a bit more useful. A lib alternative is also suggested to mirror courier. Name : Fey Helpers/Enslaved Spirits Faith : 80 Favour : 90 Description : When cast it allows the spirit house house to hold liquids (cannot be cast on a spirit house with courier active). Players can leave liquids in the houses (maximum volume 2 for the easiest kind to make, max 6 for the hardest one to make?). While there is either milk or maple syrup in the house it is active. The range effected is (QL of the house / 4), Occurs every (120 - QL of liquid) mins with the number of tasks done being Cast Strength/10 + (0,1,2,3 depending on cottage type). Liquid is consumed at a volume of 0.1 per task (drains faster on higher QL cottages as more tasks are done). Tasks include (but are not limited to) : Farming a tile, grooming an animal, refilling lamps, repairing damaged items, cutting the grass, destroying tree stumps, watering plants. They are randomly done and will not be performed on a deed unless built on that deed. Thoughts?