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Break Even, posted on Sat May 28 16:33:55 2022
Posted by: Kake
Category: Forn (domain pages)
The package delivery jobs available in Genua harbour now have a wider and hopefully less frustrating range of possible targets. (In particular, frequently-killed casino employees and wandering unscryable preachers are absolutely no longer allowed on the list.) The XP and money rewards have also been slightly increased, and the lockout time before you can take on another job has been decreased.

The Darling Bugs Of May, posted on Mon May 9 15:22:00 2022
Posted by: Kadath
Category: Sur
Now that spring has well and truly sprung, your lovely creators have been hard at work weeding the garden that is the MUD codebase. The list of changes below might look small, but for each change you see here, there have been a multitude of other quiet little adjustments and fixes in response to various idea and bug reports. The changes you are likely to notice are as follows:

- A variety of climbable trees have had oddities fixed, such as properly responding to 'climb assess', and giving a ...

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Sweeping Changes, posted on Wed May 4 15:42:22 2022
Posted by: Kadath
Category: General
Borst Besensteel in Copperhead now sells broom stencils in his shop. These can be used in conjunction with a tin of paint and a small stencilling sponge[1] to apply a stencilled design to a broomstick.

Those wishing to apply a stencil to their broomstick will need a quite respectable degree of painting skill, and should be able to apply stencils to any kind of broomstick. Note that custom broomsticks can only be stencilled if they do not already feature a 'decoration' from Borst.

Important No...

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