Wilderness critters

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Wilderness critters

Postby Vitello » Tue May 13, 2014 3:44 am

I ask it be considered something else wander the wilderness outside of Corvus. Shades can pack a wallop and there is no reason to dig in and fight/kill them. Coyotes, wolves, and other animals at least yield skinning practice and meats. Bloated carriers can possibly pay for the infirmary visit afterwards.

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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Kiyaani » Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:13 am

I'd like to ping this again. Even if the shades remain, there are typically three of them at once and in a small area, they like to stack up. All the other major towns have a single threatening presence - bowtruckle (which only happens when it's warm enough) and young canim (which hits, as Lars would say, like a pansy). You're lucky if it's not cold or raining and their already high damage isn't amplified further.

While it's not so much a problem once you reach a certain skill level and can relatively safely rush on by, the fact that the outpost is so adamant about its no iron policy, coupled with the ever-present nether activity makes certain daily activities (such as simply hauling a wagon) a real burden. One hit to a horse and you're stuck in minute + round time.

I guess what all this is saying is... can we have the shades re-evaluated? Either, get some rooks to control them for Corvites to pass safely, reduce them to a limit of one active like other towns, or change them to something a bit more tame.

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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Dorn » Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:33 am

They are very annoying. Especially with the lack of road to make moving around quicker in the area. Been stuck in 60 second roundtime myself due to a shade popping up and hitting my horse.
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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Lun » Mon Dec 22, 2014 11:36 am

Bump. Oh wait Kiyaani posted today. I also think that the shades ought to be looked at, since in one blow they can drop a body part down to moderate damage.

I'd rather deal with snarling wolves or something than the shades we've got now... It's troublesome and while they're easily dealt with, it's doesn't seem fitting that they'd be wandering shades around that region.
We're a town that accepts necromancers, outcasts, etc. If there are local shade and nethrim rising in the region, it would take a few seconds for a fraction of the population to simply tame them and go on their merry way.

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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Noctere » Mon Dec 22, 2014 4:53 pm

*A note has been posted up on the town courtyard center board*

Thanks to a few of our loyal citizens the local wilderness nethrim have been subdued. Unfortunately, for some unknown reason, they cannot be eradicated entirely. One in particular keeps reappearing despite our efforts, please use caution when in the area.
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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Kiyaani » Mon Dec 22, 2014 5:16 pm

You're the best =)

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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Rias » Mon Dec 22, 2014 7:59 pm

Wimps!

Lun wrote:it's doesn't seem fitting that they'd be wandering shades around that region. We're a town that accepts necromancers, outcasts, etc. If there are local shade and nethrim rising in the region, it would take a few seconds for a fraction of the population to simply tame them and go on their merry way.


Funny how nethrim can be so darned hard to control and contain, even by skilled sorcerers, isn't it? You would know!
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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Dorn » Mon Dec 22, 2014 8:03 pm

Maybe... just... maaybe latest developments have helped that out?!?!
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Re: Wilderness critters

Postby Kiyaani » Mon Dec 22, 2014 8:11 pm

Considering the 60+ second roundtime if your horse gets hit just once, and then you're stuck getting hit repeatedly waiting, I don't think it's a wimpy request.

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