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Hairy Mary
 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 12:34 AM UTC  
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There's another card in Dunbernarding, in the dumbwaiter. I can't remember directions for getting there from the Rookie Declan Memorial Hall off the top of my head I'm afraid, or what the message is. I think that there's another one in there somewhere as well, but again, I can't remember where.

Also, I notice that there isn't anywhere near Squathole. Once again, the noble, hardworking Midgets have been vicously discriminated against. You're all just jealous of our brains, charm, stunningly good looks, etc. etc. Big Grin


 
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 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 03:29 AM UTC  
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There's another card in Dunbernarding, in the dumbwaiter. I can't remember directions for getting there from the Rookie Declan Memorial Hall off the top of my head I'm afraid...



I've got a map for that!

http://sydlexic.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2n8206

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 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 04:09 AM UTC  
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Also, I notice that there isn't anywhere near Squathole. Once again, the noble, hardworking Midgets have been vicously discriminated against. You're all just jealous of our brains, charm, stunningly good looks, etc. etc. Big Grin



The Elephants welcome cards! Always room at the Tinyphant Research Centre, SSW of Squat, if the card spotters are looking for another location.

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 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 11:16 AM UTC  
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I've got a map for that!
http://sydlexic.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2n8206 Big Grin

Thanks, but I think I'll wait for it to come out on DVD. Besides, it's already out of date, isn't it?


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 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 01:09 PM UTC  
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Probably, i lost track. Honestly, i just hammer a few logs into place or throw some paint around, these days, and don't bother to see where they end up.. I'll find the new rooms later. Or never.


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 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 04:48 PM UTC  
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There's another card in Dunbernarding, in the dumbwaiter. I can't remember directions for getting there from the Rookie Declan Memorial Hall off the top of my head I'm afraid...



I've got a map for that!

http://sydlexic.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2n8206

Big Grin


Eek! My head asploded.


 
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 Thursday, August 05 2010 @ 09:47 PM UTC  
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 Friday, August 06 2010 @ 12:28 PM UTC  
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What does this mean? I've seen it a couple of times, but it makes no sense, as I have room available in my wallet, and haven't picked up my limit of cards for the day.

Preoccupied with more important matters, you fail to notice a smudged, battered old playing card half-hidden in the damp leaves under a bush.


 
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 Friday, August 06 2010 @ 12:44 PM UTC  
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What does this mean? I've seen it a couple of times, but it makes no sense, as I have room available in my wallet, and haven't picked up my limit of cards for the day.

Preoccupied with more important matters, you fail to notice a smudged, battered old playing card half-hidden in the damp leaves under a bush.



Are you sure that you hadn't picked up your quota for the day? Remember that it can vary from day to day. I'd always assumed that that was what it was refering to. I might easily be wrong though, I often am.


 
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 Friday, August 06 2010 @ 01:08 PM UTC  
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What does this mean? I've seen it a couple of times, but it makes no sense, as I have room available in my wallet, and haven't picked up my limit of cards for the day.

Preoccupied with more important matters, you fail to notice a smudged, battered old playing card half-hidden in the damp leaves under a bush.



Are you sure that you hadn't picked up your quota for the day? Remember that it can vary from day to day. I'd always assumed that that was what it was refering to. I might easily be wrong though, I often am.



I've got the "you're lucky" message, then got this message without having picked up any cards at all. Strange!


 
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 Friday, August 06 2010 @ 04:21 PM UTC  
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Odd. Maybe the game thought you were Off Kilter instead.


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 Saturday, August 07 2010 @ 12:00 AM UTC  
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Also, I notice that there isn't anywhere near Squathole. Once again, the noble, hardworking Midgets have been vicously discriminated against. You're all just jealous of our brains, charm, stunningly good looks, etc. etc. Big Grin



It's true what I've always said. They don't want midgets on the trains. (Or dancing girls.)


 
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 Saturday, August 07 2010 @ 06:14 AM UTC  
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Also, I notice that there isn't anywhere near Squathole. Once again, the noble, hardworking Midgets have been vicously discriminated against. You're all just jealous of our brains, charm, stunningly good looks, etc. etc. Big Grin



Yes, those are mine. Please give them back.


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 Tuesday, August 10 2010 @ 05:47 AM UTC  
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Without further ado... I give you.... THE COMPENDIUM. Though it is under continual construction.

https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1pJs8YYgalcDIRcxo70yYOVXLC02CcbEjHPrqpqkzQsc


For the record, the data on Thistlewhite Manor is no longer accurate. The Blue Door is not accessible, the topiary garden does not exist where it's listed (should be South Wing - Corridor - Ballroom - Topiary Garden), and the study does not have a card.


 
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 Tuesday, August 10 2010 @ 06:12 AM UTC  
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Without further ado... I give you.... THE COMPENDIUM. Though it is under continual construction.

https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1pJs8YYgalcDIRcxo70yYOVXLC02CcbEjHPrqpqkzQsc


For the record, the data on Thistlewhite Manor is no longer accurate. The Blue Door is not accessible, the topiary garden does not exist where it's listed (should be South Wing - Corridor - Ballroom - Topiary Garden), and the study does not have a card.



Correction: The study DOES have a card - but there is more than one Study in the manor. Correct directions are Grand Staircase - Right - Study.


 
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 Friday, August 13 2010 @ 01:56 AM UTC  
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Is it just me, or can you only get one card per day now?


 
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 Friday, August 13 2010 @ 05:31 AM UTC  
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Is it just me, or can you only get one card per day now?



The maximum cards per day was always variable. I think the chances of getting a more-than-one-card-day have dropped though. And quite right too. It was a bit too easy before. Alexander Quandle doesn't trade very much at all. Just with his game wife when either of them are about to trade in. Last time I checked he had a hand with seven jokers that he could trade in for 70 first class passes if he wanted. When he does trade he'll only use one of the jokers for it, giving the rest to his wife to look after, so he'll start of with another joker straight away to save up for a good hand.

That's essentially free travel for life that he's got now, as long as he remembers to visit the Bingo Hall or where ever most days.

Which brings me to something that I've been meaning to say. Whenever I visit eBoy's, then the line telling me how full my card case is stretches the screen massively and pushes the right hand info column, including how much req I have, right off the screen. Which is mildly irritating. Something similar happens when I'm carrying ridiculous amounts of wood or stone around. Would there be some easy way to fix this so the bar breaks and goes onto a new line or something? It's only a minor cosmetic thing though. Just thought that I'd mention it.


 
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 Thursday, August 19 2010 @ 03:50 PM UTC  
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The Bingo Hall - The Dunbernarding Wing: Number 38 - Frinton Omnibus

What luck! You find a smudged, battered old playing card whirled by the wind practically into your hands. One of the friskily gambolling old people does try to snatch it from you, but you are much too fast for her. You've heard these can be worth quite a bit to a collector. Carefully you tuck it away in your fine leather card case.

Someone needs to add it to the Compendium. Dunbernarding now has four cards. This place is accessed through the knackered old sofa.


 
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 Thursday, August 19 2010 @ 05:20 PM UTC  
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The Bingo Hall - The Dunbernarding Wing: Number 38 - Frinton Omnibus

What luck! You find a smudged, battered old playing card whirled by the wind practically into your hands. One of the friskily gambolling old people does try to snatch it from you, but you are much too fast for her. You've heard these can be worth quite a bit to a collector. Carefully you tuck it away in your fine leather card case.

Someone needs to add it to the Compendium. Dunbernarding now has four cards. This place is accessed through the knackered old sofa.



Now we REALY don't have any reasons left to leave it, even if we could find the exit, that is.


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