Request: To remove the quality adjectives from furnitures

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Request: To remove the quality adjectives from furnitures

Post by Kent » Sat Aug 09, 2014 6:46 pm

The quality descriptor adjectives are cumbersome when one walks into a room of player-build furniture. For example, one walks into a bedroom and see something like this:
Hewn from red rock this space has a remarkably high ceiling. A fireplace has been carved directly into the wall with the narrow chimney tunneling up to the surface. A long corridor leads out to the living space.
The area is completely silent.
You also notice a well-crafted redwood bed, an exquisite redwood wardrobe (closed), a crude oak dresser (open), an exquisite walnut weapon rack with some stuff on it, a sleek mahogany handcart, a steel-banded ironwood barrel, a well-crafted oak chair, an exquisite pine bench, a well-crafted cherry armor rack, and an average spruce chest.

When it would be preferable to walk into the room and see

Hewn from red rock this space has a remarkably high ceiling. A fireplace has been carved directly into the wall with the narrow chimney tunneling up to the surface. A long corridor leads out to the living space.
The area is completely silent.
You also notice a redwood bed, an redwood wardrobe (closed), an oak dresser (open), a walnut weapon rack with some stuff on it, a sleek mahogany handcart, a steel-banded ironwood barrel, an oak chair, a pine bench, a cherry armor rack, and a spruce chest.
and the quality adjectives being viewable only when someone examines the item.
- Kent "Gunney" Gunderman


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