Started by Cerelum, April 09, 2019, 11:56:18 PM
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: Akariel on April 23, 2019, 04:05:29 PMCampfires are made with the following recipe: 4x Resources, 1x KindlingYou can make kindling through the following recipe: 3x TinderYou can make firewood by breaking down larger branches or logs.You can make dried dung by spending time drying out certain dungs, mainly herbivorous.You can make tinder through crafting various products that might be flammable around the Known. This includes small wood-stuffs, certain fungi and the like, ect.Xalle and I looked into the process of fire-creation maybe 2-3 years back now. We made the system much easier to utilize, we also took off the crafting time for most portions of it. We did not, however, make it easy. We wanted the system to continue to be a struggle to keep up with. This is a resource starved world, not a scenic jaunt through the campground. Finding firewood should be difficult in a world with a minimal amount of trees.Ideally, the idea was that people would attempt to prepare for ventures before they took them.
Quote from: Akariel on April 23, 2019, 09:50:32 PMYou can find dung in almost every stable the Known over. There is a coded object, and you can codedly dig in it. I believe the syntax is 'dig <keyword>'.
Quote from: rinthrat on April 10, 2019, 03:50:25 AMAny character can make a campfire. The blurb about making camp in the wilderness refers to wilderness quit. You can quit in any wilderness room, like rangers could.Dried dung will work for a campfire instead of firewood. I am not sure if branch objects even work without crafting them into fireworks first.
Quote from: IAmJacksOpinion on May 20, 2013, 11:16:52 PMMasks are the Armageddon equivalent of Ed Hardy shirts.
Quote from: Riev on May 10, 2019, 11:58:44 AMCooking, realism, and there are terrible creatures at night that can attack you in the dark. At least with a campfire, you can see what is attacking you.
Quote from: Namino on May 10, 2019, 01:24:23 PMCampfires are also pretty inconsistent at lighting up the darkness. Even after piling on enough wood to make a campfire as big as it will get, there's still a really good chance that you're just going to get sand swirling around you when you look.Granted, the coded penalties of fighting something when it's a faint shape versus fighting 'Someone' when you're blind or in total darkness are worlds apart, especially if 'someone' is an enemy with nightsight, so campfires still are helpful in that regard, but it'd be nice if having a massive roaring bonfire was more of an effect on nighttime visibility outside of combat.
Quote from: Khorne8 on May 07, 2016, 12:22:32 PMQuote from: dravage on May 07, 2016, 06:30:31 AMSmall, quick, easy to execute. Elf children?
Quote from: dravage on May 07, 2016, 06:30:31 AMSmall, quick, easy to execute.
Quote from: Cerelum on May 10, 2019, 07:52:04 PMI wish the sand blowing in your face thing wasn't a thing.Maybe take that out and just replace it with darkness or light.This mechanic can make it literally impossible to go places without knowing exact directions sometimes.I can't tell you how many times I've tried to power through a storm to Red Storm and ended up in the silt sea before I learned the foolproof directions.
Quote from: Veselka on May 10, 2019, 09:12:46 PMQuote from: Cerelum on May 10, 2019, 07:52:04 PMI wish the sand blowing in your face thing wasn't a thing.Maybe take that out and just replace it with darkness or light.This mechanic can make it literally impossible to go places without knowing exact directions sometimes.I can't tell you how many times I've tried to power through a storm to Red Storm and ended up in the silt sea before I learned the foolproof directions.Isn't that the point of sandstorms in a desert world? It isn't supposed to be like getting on a freeway.
Quote from: Namino on May 10, 2019, 10:50:34 PMI think sandstorms themselves are fine. I think a sandstorm should prevent a campfire from working for illumination. If you cannot see during the day during a sandstorm, you ought not be able to see by the light of a campfire.The problem is even with a large campfire and totally still winds, oftentimes you won't see anything but swirling sand. The campfire needs illumination buffs badly. Many phases of the moon provide much more light than a maximum size campfire does, and that's odd.
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