Amossa d'Cannith, Sarlona, casually trying Completionist (12/14) [<o>]
Almost-never-played-alts: Arquera - Chapolin - Fabber - Herweg - Mecanico - Tenma
I want DDO to be a better game. Those are my personal suggestions on: Ammunition, Archmage, Combat Stances, Deities, Dispel Magic, Epic Destiny Map, Fast Healing, Favor, Favored Enemy, Half-elf Enhancements, Monk Kensai, Monk Stances, Past Life, Potency, Potions, Ranger Spells, Summons, Tiered Loot.
The magocracy of Netherese use magic carelessly.
One time they thought having floating cities in the air with floating chests full of platinum and astral shards was a good idea. One chaotic magic attempt with a misfired levitation spell brought the whole city full of chests crashing down, annihilating the Netherese below...
Greed: the good, the bad, and the ugly? At least they can claimed they bathed in coins and shards! Although a bloody one, nonetheless!
With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility
all the environments in wich we play quests are really set up by the variouse factions to test the mettle of of adventurers and are under a spell named groundhog day (they love bill murray) thus why the second everyone has left a quest location the monsters all reset. little known but usefull means to prevent exitable adventureers unneededly damaging towns out of boredom
They use magic to hide all of the cookies so that they can have them all!
"Swords will cut you wide open!" - Trip Fisk
They use magic to block embarasing and traumatic memories.
The Netherese are a magical culture. What's one of the least-known ways they use magic?
One word: Bidet.
Some mischievous Netherese use their magic to prank friends. Examples include scaring people with illusory creatures and creating loud smelly farts that appear to originate from the victim.
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