Take your lumps

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Take your lumps

Postby Zen » Wed Oct 16, 2002 7:36 pm

< 675h/675H 202v/202V >
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Shallow Pond (Water)
Room size: Huge (L:80 ft W:80 ft H:500 ft)
Exits: -N -E -S -W
A dangerous looking poisonous snake slithers about here.
Mitil (Halfling) stands here.
A bobcat is crouching here, stalking some small animal.
A baby roc flies across the pond.
A baby roc flies across the pond.
A baby roc flies across the pond.
A baby roc flies across the pond.
A baby roc flies across the pond.
A roc hops about here, looking for food.
A roc hops about here, looking for food.

< 675h/675H 202v/202V >
< > dro bow
You drop a powerful recurve bow.
A powerful recurve bow sinks into the water.

My suggestion is don't spend your life taking out a bad dice roll on other players, wrong or right everyone has a chance, and everyone does their 1/15 share of the work. I play this game for the fun of it and the challenge of it. Ansi comes and goes, and I enjoyed watching this come as much as I enjoyed watching it go.

In the end, I have myself to answer to for my actions and I feel better having let it go.


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Postby Dizzin » Wed Oct 16, 2002 7:41 pm

I highly support the duckponding of *all* anti-evilrace eq! Well done Zen!

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Postby Ragorn » Wed Oct 16, 2002 11:23 pm

This is why I love you, Zen. I love everything about you except the fact that you fucking killed me.


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Postby Gerad » Wed Oct 16, 2002 11:35 pm

One time on toril I had an eternal hatred of some item, I cant remember which. I think it was tinker robes. I used to trade for and buy them just to duckpond them.

Recurve bows are another story, but duckponding shit can be fun.


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Postby combatmedic » Thu Oct 17, 2002 6:46 am

whadda waste of wood.. You could have broken it up and made kinling outta it. So if you break up a magic bow for firewood, does that give you a magic fire???

"If it ain't broke, fix it until it is"

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Postby Salen » Thu Oct 17, 2002 8:04 am

Hrmmm So why don't bows float? I've never seen a bow sink in all my life. Heavy tipped arrows yes, bows (even the fiberglass and composite plastics ones) no.

Now I don't go out of my way to chuck them in water, but just something to think about.

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Postby Musi » Thu Oct 17, 2002 11:46 am

Fiberglass bows float? My dad had a really heavy fiberglass one that I used to use. It was over 10 lbs I think. Of course, that was years ago, and I've grown up since then, so maybe it was more like 5-8.

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