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Nexus Clash :: View topic - Random and Funny: Dumbest suggestion thread 2
If a member of the Sires of Retribution doesn't die within 3 days of respawning, the creature inside it manages to break free, Alien-style, killing the host and arriving on the tile. Aggressive to all of course.
Too generous. Give 'em one day and then let the chance of the creature bursting out on an increasing scale every tick after 24 hours.
Ooh - base it on how *high* their HP is to increase the chance of it bursting!
You know that one place on the beach where the airplane crashed? That tile should allow finding Chunks of Steel, Chunks of Brass, and various bones. _________________ "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid." Albert Einstein
When I cleverly log in only during Night hours and want to search, I desire floodlights, spotlights, metal (and wood) detectors, possibly a gigantic ride-on vacuum cleaner/street-sweeper. Or:
Edward Teller Brand™ Ultra Flashcube
Using the latest in X-ray glancing-incidence optics, illuminate your surroundings As Bright As Day™ for a few microseconds. Yes, genuine hydrogen-hydrogen fusion will generate more photons than you knew you needed, illuminating your surroundings As Bright As Day™ (only more so). You will be able to see every item that you could have found by searching for up to 1.6 microseconds, before they (and you) ignite or vaporize.
Then you will reflect on your foolishness and wait an hour next time.
Note: As Bright As Day™ is actually much brighter than day and may cause incidental skin irritation. Use only as directed. If used indoors, will rapidly become outdoors.
So Whipped Cream Pies are a item that can be found in bakeries. These should be a thrown weapon. No need to cause damage but imagine the life they would bring to factional raiding.
They were actually designed that way, you were always supposed to be able to use them as a weapon, or eat them as a food. They're even set to use the throwing tree, and deal 1 damage. The problem is they are set as Food items, but only show up in the attack dropdown if they are set as a weapon. But setting them as a weapon means you can't eat them. So, it's a case of pick 1 or the other.
This should be fixed in breath 4, actually. _________________
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Posted: Fri Jun 24, 2016 8:00 am Post subject:
Potion of Raft
When consumed, it causes you to float on water. If you wish to decide which direction you go, you need the paddle item.
You become immune to blunt force (you're a sturdy raft!), but are particularly vulnerable to slash attacks. Too many of those, or one that hits the wrong spot, and you become- leaky raft. And then, you sink.
The advantage of this over a swim potion is that you've always wanted to know what it feels like to be a reinforced rubber tube, and by jolly, that's what you're going to get.
Also, if you're lucky, someone will mistake your raft form as being an actual raft object, and once boarded you and they can float off together into a previously-unknown portal, to Stygia.
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