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Pssst!, posted on Tue Mar 27 03:06:19 2012
Posted by: Tavish
Category: Special
Hints have been added to the game. There are no hints currently given outside of Pumpkin town, but over time this feature will see much greater use across the Disc. For more information see "help hints".

The Price Is Rite, posted on Sat Mar 17 18:26:08 2012
Posted by: Trilogy
Category: Special
Some senior Unseen University Wizards have pinned down the details of an AshkEnte ceremony after the discovery of a spell book in the depths of the library. See 'help ashkente' for a description of their findings.

As determined so far by scores of disappointed Wizards in search of the perfect roasted leg of lamb, the only request Death will consider is from a player who has died one time too many, asking to be raised from the dead.

The components required for the Rite can be found in the finest...

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Some More Minor Changes, posted on Thu Mar 15 03:10:22 2012
Posted by: Cripsi
Category: Guilds
Forgetting a part-contemplated spell now also removes the part-contemplation, preventing you from accidentally cross-contemplating a spell you no longer know.

Mugwuddle's Muddling Mirage now stops the subject of the spell from pursuing at all. It also is now only possible to walk through a portal whilst under the effects of the spell if you actively aimed for it, however there is still no guarentee you will go the way you moved.

Special attacks now work with Old Bellicus' Brazen Knuckles.


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Benvenuti A Little Brindisi!, posted on Wed Mar 7 12:47:47 2012
Posted by: Loutre
Category: Forn (domain pages)
The recent influx of Brindisian immigrants to Genua has left many of them feeling chipper and delighted to have so many of their compatriots about that they have gathered into one street together and practically recreated Brindisi on their own. In fact, they're so nicely settled there that they rarely have to speak Morporkian at all! Well, except to tourists, naturally.

Of course, some tourists might be intrepid enough to try to learn some Brindisian for themselves. And who better to learn from...

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