Public service or extinction level event?

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Public service or extinction level event?

Post by Smrgol » Sun Apr 02, 2017 10:18 am

Has anyone ever thought about the damage we are doing to the local environment when walking around from place to place?

We are either performing a public service due to the dangerously high levels of trees, animals, monsters and humans or we are an extinction event in the happening!

I've totally lost count of the number of trees I have chopped down, bears I have hunted, rats I have stomped on and naughty humans I have played Judge, Jury and Executionor to and I haven't even left Annsharbour yet as I can't tell the time due to the amount of gore in my teams watches.

Will there be a day when I can walk a straight line from Annsharbour back to the castle and be able to see any mobs coming at me from a mile away as there are no trees left and there are so many bodies that I am walking 20ft off the ground?

It's no wonder people are attacking me at first sight and the bears are annoyed!!!

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Re: Public service or extinction level event?

Post by Visstar » Fri Apr 07, 2017 7:15 pm

This is so funny. I always thought the same thing, especially about the trees -- "but I don't want to kill the trees"! :cry:

My other thought, I as was making loops around Inferno and Horon's Sanctum, killing things by the hundreds, was "I wonder where all the bodies go? Is there a cleanup crew? Super scavengers?" :D
May the Vishanti guide me through this eldritch maze!

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Re: Public service or extinction level event?

Post by Wascalwywabbit » Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:25 am

Lava, birds, composts, bears and...

One really disgruntled dwarven janitor...

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