Discussion in 'The Veterans' Lounge' started by Lockdown, Sep 17, 2020.
There's rabbits in multitudes.
Well it's not from Vah Shir. They're not REAL cats, or they'd have 6 nipples. Check out a Vah Shir in plate BP sometime...
Yeah definitely not from the Vah Shir.
All this talk about milk and cows and other nonsense, and no one even mentions the real question-
When do our characters sleep?
Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't a full Norrathian day equal to 60 minutes of Earth time? Which means when I spend 8 hours straight on a Saturday killing mobs in GD, my magician has been awake in Norrath for 8 straight days???
What the halfling?
Tizmaks in Great Divide (ToV) look like cows to me.
Also kirin mobs in the Ascent look like goats.
There's your possible source of milk /nod
What about bathroom visits? We eat and drink until we almost explode, but we can never get relief on the characters??
I demand an answer!
There are no nipples on a soybean plant or a coconut tree, thus no such thing as soy milk or coconut milk. When you squeeze the fruit of a plant the resulting liquid is called juice. You are drinking juice, nut juice.
Unfortunately no one was willing to pay for "Nut Juice." So they have to fool you and we all pretend you are drinking milk instead.
Whatever the name, I'll take some with my unfertilized chicken embryos.
I have no real answer, but it could explain some of the textures I see.
It's gnome milk!
Maybe this is WHY the servers go down... STOP BUYING THE MILK, PEOPLE!
I prefer rum!
Where does all the milk come from? Gotta be them Barbarian shamanesses. Ya that's right.. I said it..don't tell me bunnies was the first thing that popped in your head..be honest!
72 minutes. 3 real minutes per game hour.
We need to fire Arias because he let Prathun get out. The one you see there now is a DZ copy.
And how is that I can wear eight backpacks yet, somehow they don't show up on my character??? What's that about? Do I have invisible pack mule that follows me around???
could always ask where the lizard milk comes from.
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