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VengefulDonut 01:54, 30 July 2008 (EDT)

an interesting item[edit]

This is a basalt ring. All craftsmanship is of the highest quality. it is encircled with bands of cedar. It _menaces with spikes of_ basalt and "cave spider silk."

Thanks for the info[edit]

I will be sure to--Eerr 21:06, 30 July 2008 (EDT) my signature

Currently using a much older 2d version[edit]

My jeweler has claimed a still and is using a turqoise stone... to brew artifact beer?

Your edits to Chain mail[edit]

As shown at [1] you made several edits in a row... it is better if you either mark most of them as "minor" or use the "show preview" button repeatedly until you are happy with your work before hitting "save page". Crotchety wikistalkers like me don't like seeing so many edits to the same page from the same person in the recent changes list...

Having said that, hook in and improve the site!GarrieIrons 21:11, 8 August 2008 (EDT)


Please make sure to sign your comments on talk pages with ~~~~. VengefulDonut 22:25, 17 August 2008 (EDT)

Another reminder: you can sign comments on talk pages with ~~~~VengefulDonut 18:30, 22 August 2008 (EDT)


Have you tested that rain fills arbitrary depressions in the ground? Are you sure what you've seen is not just for murky pools and similar? VengefulDonut 06:06, 30 May 2009 (UTC)
PS: In case you forgot, you can sign comments on talk pages with ~~~~

I don't think rainfall is usually enough to fill an empty pool, in most environments. I will do better, I will make two dwarf made pools with grass and stone floors, and test if they will retain water in a tropical environment.