People like to poke things.

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Mirazia
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People like to poke things.

Post by Mirazia » Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:59 am

A hunter was recently assisted having being mauled by some new creature. It seems he found their nest and poked at them, earning their ire...

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A new hunting area has been released, complete with new, dangerous and openly hostile critters to fight and skin! Whilst not quite as dangerous as the rakkan, these beasts still pack quite a punch.
A greater lich looks over the posts on a large post board.

(Samani practically snarls as she consumes her flapjacks in one go.)

Dark powers surround Noctere and he brings forth his hands to summon... to summon... TO SUMMON!...
a handful of popcorn which appear on the ground with a slight POOF sound. Then Noctere leaves.

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Re: People like to poke things.

Post by Jirato » Sun Sep 09, 2018 5:00 pm

Note that a bug preventing one of the new critters from executing their special attack has been fixed. Proceed with caution.
[GMCHAT Uyoku]: Octum is when the octumbunny comes around and lays pumpkins everywhere right?
[GMCHAT Rias]: Dimmes says "oh hai :) u need healz? ill get u dont worry thaum lasers pew pew pew lol"
[CHAT - GameMaster Rias would totally nuke Rooks]: Here's how elemancy works: The freeblegreeble and the zippoflasm have to be combined with the correct ration of himbleplimp, then you add the gargenheimer and adjust the froopulon for the pattern you want, apply some tarratarrtarr, yibble the wantaban, and let 'er rip!

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Re: People like to poke things.

Post by Kiyaani » Sun Sep 09, 2018 10:15 pm

This was a fun little event earlier and I look forward to exploring the area more in the future :) Thanks for all you guys do for the game!

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