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  1. Granted this is greatly inspired by a similar system found in Black Desert Online, and such occurred to me after browsing another suggestion thread. Overall it involves gaining knowledge of how to better kill particular mobs. Implementation could involve a base anatomy knowledge broken down into specific creatures, monsters, and exotics. Knowledge could be transferred by the written word, and be capped at some point requiring actual hands on work. Knowledge lost overtime and/or have a soft cap working off mind stats? Have as various skills such as Forensics, Anantomy, and etc. OR as a completely separate new system: Knowledge. Kind of akin to recipes? Just a rough quickie blah of thoughts on the matter.
  2. As title states: I'm looking to buy rare and supreme paper sheets, pm me on forum or ingame with what you have and the price.
  3. When you send an inscribed papyrus or paper to someone, mailing fee is set to 1 iron. If, for any reason, the receiver doesn't accept it and the letter is returned to you, you have to pay 1 copper to get it back.
  4. This look's unintentional so I'm putting it here. Currently you're not able to drop papyrus sheets and paper that have been coated with bees wax into a bsb/crate. Normal papyrus sheets and paper fit fine. For the sake of convenience I'd appreciate if this was changed, because larders are not working well enough that food decay is pretty high even with snowballs filled, it's a good idea to wrap food in waxed paper to reduce decay. If you have any extras well you're out of luck as they do not fit in a bsb/crate. [23:57:48] The waxed papyrus sheet would be destroyed. Thank you.
  5. Tich's posts regarding changes to the permission system(s) got me to wondering if the new "ownership papers" could be player-crafted from papyrus, ink, and reed pens. Not to mention a new full blown Scribe skill. Unsure of Scribe as a skill name: scrivener, calligraphy, etc? One possible means could be similar to house building: filled pen activated with papyrus in inventory. This does not need to be limited to mere writing up of ownership papers. Bills of lading, receipts, invoices, etc. Nothing fleshed out; though, one possibility that comes mind are "Letters of Mark". Documents that basically made the usual acts of piracy legitimate when conducted against someone's enemies. In Wurm these could be used a single usage permission to allow a skilled third party to lockpick chests with missing keys on pve servers. Though some of Tich's remarks might render this a void concern anyways. Another possibility for "Letters of Mark" could be allowing an individual from an unconcerned kingdom to participate for either side in a war between two other kingdoms.
  6. A rather simple suggestion, the ability to make lanterns designed to hang from trees with thick low branches (oak, willow). The lanterns are affixed to the tree and cannot be moved when placed. Each tree has a specific set of branches linked for locations. A hung lantern can be right clicked by its planter and "shift branch"ed to move to another branch (maybe sequence them for ease?). If the tree is cut, the lantern drops. Nice, simple and beautiful.