Started by fourTwenty, November 16, 2008, 10:14:13 PM
Quote from: fourTwenty on June 11, 2007, 08:08:00 PMQuote from: Rievroleplay damn well(I assume Kazi and fourTwenty are completely different from each other)Did you just call one of us a dick?
Quote from: Rievroleplay damn well(I assume Kazi and fourTwenty are completely different from each other)
Quote from: KIA on December 10, 2008, 11:15:59 PMCan you still not use emote symbols like ~ % ^ ! when you are leaving a room?ex: > s (waving to ~amos)
Quote from: Morgenes on April 01, 2011, 10:33:11 PMYou win Armageddon, congratulations! Type 'credits', then store your character and make a new one
Quote from: manonfire on December 11, 2008, 06:46:21 AMDirection (and general) looking emotes.l n (craning his neck, peering past the tarp)orlook (briefly scanning the room)
Quote from: Riev on June 12, 2019, 02:20:04 PMDo you kill your sparring partners once they are useless to you, so that you are king?
Quote from: path on December 11, 2008, 10:00:30 AMOkay, that's not very fancy, so here's another fancy thing. When you're holding something or wearing it on your back, you can put it directly onto a table without getting it into your inventory first. Yes. Isn't that nice?
Quote from: ShalooonshI love the players of this game.That's not a random thought either.
Quote from: Dar on December 11, 2008, 11:32:14 AMUseful for steal or moving objects from one bag or another. If you need to move 'all' items from one pack into another, but there are too many you can instead use numerals for targetting.get 1. pack (note. There should be a space between 1. and the container's name. It will take out whatever's first inside the pack)Unfortunately, the order gets messed up once the item gets to your inventory, so if you are going to go <put 1. 2.pack> Odds are, at some point you'll stash something equipped, instead of what's in your inventory.Or even a more funner one.steal 1. target's packWill let you steal the first thing that's inside their pack. Say if you failed peek for example, or dont really care, or dont have time, or you know 'exactly' what is the 'last' thing the target put in their pack.
Quote from: dustbunny on December 11, 2008, 08:47:36 PMSomething that I figured out the other day...and by "figured out" I mean someone told me.If you don't haggle price in shops, you can get them in your size.buy <item> <merchant> <race>Ex: buy thong Amos half-giantHalf-giant sized thong!
Quote from: path on December 11, 2008, 10:00:30 AMI think it would be cool if other things could make you faint besides overusing the way. Certain poisons, perhaps.
Quote from: help poisonsGrishen:This poison is typically made from a poisonous berry, which can then be slipped into the unsuspecting victim's food or drink. The effects of this commonly-used poison is that it breaks down the victim's stamina quickly, causing them to become very tired. In extreme cases comas have occurred. Heramide:Another of the rare and potent poisons, it shares a common bond with Grishen in that it causes tiredness. However, due to its potency, its victims typically will fall into a coma almost immediately after infliction. Like Peraine, what heramide is made from is not widely known.
Quote from: WarriorPoetI play this game to pretend to chop muthafuckaz up with bone swords.
Quote from: SmuzI come to the GDB to roleplay being deep and wise.
Quote from: VanthSynthesis, you scare me a little bit.
Quote from: Gimfalisette(10:00:49 PM) Gimf: Yes, you sentence? I sentence often.
Quote from: jcljules on December 14, 2008, 03:32:42 PMhttp://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htmI use this for Armageddon--like notepad, but tabbed. Sooo useful. I keep about three or four files open--one with sdescs and names of people I've met, another with notes on what my character should be doing, maybe a third with a bio entry I'm working on. Anyway, its extremely useful and keeps you from having to have thirty notepad windows open.Try it!
Quote from: KIA on December 14, 2008, 04:17:37 PMQuote from: jcljules on December 14, 2008, 03:32:42 PMhttp://notepad-plus.sourceforge.net/uk/site.htmI use this for Armageddon--like notepad, but tabbed. Sooo useful. I keep about three or four files open--one with sdescs and names of people I've met, another with notes on what my character should be doing, maybe a third with a bio entry I'm working on. Anyway, its extremely useful and keeps you from having to have thirty notepad windows open.Try it!http://sourceforge.net/projects/smultron/Smultron is similarly indispensable for Mac users. Allows multiple text files to be opened and has some color coding that can sometimes be useful too. Like jcljules, I keep a few files open at a time.
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