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Some Minor Changes, posted on Sat Jan 21 02:00:25 2012
Posted by: Kaylar
Category: Guilds
The spell "Hag's Blessing" is no longer restricted to being cast outside.

Witches can light fires in playerhouse fireplaces by glaring at them.

The ritual "wicker ward" is no longer granted by any god as it doesn't have a use now that theft from houses is prevented.

Ground hasheesh can be rolled into cigarettes.

Mano Rossa can garrote inhume with a skipping rope (and you can now actually skip with it).

Darts, arrows and the like can now be dipped and loaded into a weapon in the same command and...

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Councilicious!, posted on Sat Jan 21 01:18:46 2012
Posted by: Trilogy
Category: Special
Thanks to Borealis for the following improvements to Councils:

- Fixed eviction, so watch out!

- Relinquish citizenship command (if the magistrates enable it)

- List banished people in citizenship room

- Check how many sponsors you have in the citizenship room

- Prettified expressions in the citizenship room

- Lord and Lady titles added for Honor Roll

- Better error messages when searching for an archived case in the court

- Punishment titles now removed correctly when case appealed

- Some counci...

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Awkward Customer, posted on Sun Jan 1 22:46:23 2012
Posted by: Thoreksken
Category: Am (domain pages)
An awful lot of awkward red-headed children have been spotted in the neighbourhood south of Five Ways recently. Locals have reported an unease in their presence and the City Watch have increased patrols in the area to prevent crimes both from and against these ginger youngsters. Their parents have also promised to keep a close look on them.



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