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A One-Horse Town, posted on Thu Oct 7 13:29:47 2021
Posted by: Guildenstern
Category: Sur
The stable in Nowhere is now an actual stable! With a horse in it.

Size Isn't Everything, posted on Mon Sep 27 16:10:01 2021
Posted by: Kake
Category: Sur
The very long sausage staff has had a bit of a revamp. It now takes damage in combat, in order to bring it in line with the MUD's weapon standards - but to balance this, it can now be fixed by dipping it into an appropriate liquid.



(Oh, and thanks to Feanor, it is also now 122% more delicious.)

Pirate Day Sailing Update, posted on Sat Sep 18 20:34:12 2021
Posted by: Capita
Category: Waterways (domain pages)
The sailing leaderboard has been reset. I've also undone the xp nerf from a while ago and reduced the hp of sea monsters by about 25%.

What's In A Name?, posted on Thu Sep 16 18:20:31 2021
Posted by: Fran
Category: Special
I have changed how the identify command works. Items you identify will now only lose their identity when someone uses the identify command again or the unidentify command. This means that identities won't be lost if you give an item to a cloud, bat or horse nor if another player handles the item.

Note that other players can overwrite or unidentify items, so only hand over your precious items to people that you trust.

Also note that identifiers used to leak to other players when an item was so...

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Now We Try It My Way, posted on Tue Sep 14 10:34:36 2021
Posted by: Kake
Category: Sur
Pam Dunthrive in Bleak Prospect now offers custom-made cardigans.

Limivorous, Part 2, posted on Tue Aug 3 09:40:42 2021
Posted by: Kake
Category: General
The Djelian coffee machines will now accept spices as well as coffee and water.

Sailing Bugfix For Followers, posted on Tue Jul 13 15:46:05 2021
Posted by: Capita
Category: Waterways (domain pages)
Fruitbats and mounts and other living followers should now be removed from the SS Unsinkable properly after the mission ends, even if they aren't following you.

Limivorous, posted on Wed Jun 16 15:58:18 2021
Posted by: Kake
Category: General
The coffee machines sold in Djelibeybi no longer inexplicably lose half their contents upon brewing. However, they are now slightly more picky about the ratio of beans to water.

In addition, you can now put milk and sugar in your coffee if you dislike it black. (Sadly sugar cubes won't work for this due to coding constraints - grind 'em up first.) Oh, and if you accidentally brew your coffee too strong, there is now a way to fix that.

Exciting Woodwork Changes, posted on Thu May 20 13:37:58 2021
Posted by: Guildenstern
Category: Special and Cwc (domain pages)
I have a collection of upgrapes and interesting things for you!

* Rivings can now be sawn into shorter lengths, in units of one foot. You'll find a saw available wherever rivings are sold.

* Rivings are now region-dependent, ie. you can find different kinds of wood for sale in different areas.

* Two new woodworking pattern books have been added. You can find one in Agatea and one in Uberwald, both in shops selling woodworking supplies.

Partial Photic Boundary, posted on Fri May 7 18:56:13 2021
Posted by: Kake
Category: Am (domain pages)
Having found a new supplier of coloured glass, Seymour Convecks of Cheesemongers Yard has expanded his range of tinted sunglasses.

(If you had an existing pair of tinted sunglasses, you may find when you next log in that their colour has changed. This was an unavoidable side-effect of the change above. If you dislike the new colour, please contact a liaison to get them set back to the colour they were before.)

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