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Chrenedict's Corporeal Covering, posted on Sun Aug 23 19:28:58 2015
Posted by: Pit
Category: Guilds
A recent discovery of the original research notes of the renowned wizard Chrenedict has unearthed evidence that his famous Calcareous Covering spell was in fact merely a first attempt at a more sophisticated spell.

The Librarian of Unseen University has already replaced the spell by its finalised version, Chrenedict's Corporeal Covering.

Wizards and those who cast from scrolls should be warned that the older CCC spell will continue to work only for a short period. It is advised to replace any lingering troll skin by the new spell's protective covering.

Note: the details of the spell can be found in "help Chrenedict's Corporeal Covering". It is possible that older chalk powder might not be recognised as skin-modifying agent; however, new white mineral powder should be fine.

Missing Item Receipts, posted on Fri Aug 14 13:06:58 2015
Posted by: Borealis
Category: General
Missing item receipts have been enhanced. You may now kiss missing item receipts located in vessels using a new "kiss receipt in <vessel>" syntax.

Receipts for liquids may only be kissed if they are in a vessel which is large enough for the liquid they will become and which contains no other items.

Some new messages have been added when kissing receipts, specifically relating to receipts for liquids and receipts in vessels.

A new help file for missing item receipts has been added. If you have a receipt, you may use "help receipt" to read this file. Otherwise, use "help missing item receipt". This help file may be of assistance if your receipt is not co-operating.

No kittens were harmed by the coding of this feature.



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