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Winthropx
Winthropx
Posts: 264

10/27/2020
Tsar Koschei wrote:
I heard something about a new board member from Hallowmas? Who is that?


It’s the Rubbery Yes Man. It says in his description.

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Tsar Koschei
Tsar Koschei
Posts: 382

10/28/2020
Ah, right you are, missed that somehow. I was rather planning on getting him anyway.

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Aro Saren
Aro Saren
Posts: 431

20 days ago
Anyone checked on Commissioner after rescuing/recuperating Furnace?
Or submerged throne-room?
edited by Aro Saren on 11/15/2020

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PSGarak
PSGarak
Posts: 1092

20 days ago
I've checked the Commissioner, I was expecting something from the Cedar-seed. Nothing. Haven't checked the throne room.

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Aro Saren
Aro Saren
Posts: 431

20 days ago
Anyone has business in Evenlode? I can check the throne-room myself, but currently busy with healing in Parabola.
EDIT
Tried, nothing new.
edited by Aro Saren on 11/15/2020

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El Mar
El Mar
Posts: 15

16 days ago
Aro Saren wrote:
Is Clay Highwayman capped at any particular value?

As of now, investigating the Clay Highwayman with its railway-card seems to cap progress at 4.

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PSGarak
PSGarak
Posts: 1092

11 days ago
Options for the next station are visible. It's named "Moulin," located in a former battleground against Hell, and is targeted to release in January of next year.

I guess we get a bit of rest now! I'm quite content with taking a bit of a break after Burrow-Infra-Mump, to get some more scrip & steel. I think it's an appropriate capstone to the wealth of new content we've gotten over the past 6+ months. And technically, the end reward for the Railway right now is a turnip? I love that little thing.

Wikipedia tells me that Moulin is the name of over a dozen places in France, and one village in Scotland. Which has a castle that burned down a few hundred years ago because of the plague. Sounds like a good place for a railroad station.

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Toran
Toran
Posts: 278

11 days ago
It's because we're almost at Sacksmas! The happiest time of year!

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Catherine Raymond
Catherine Raymond
Posts: 2641

11 days ago
"Moulin" is French for "mill". It makes sense that a lot of places would have that name, since water-powered mills located on rivers were common in medieval Europe.

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Plynkes
Plynkes
Posts: 690

11 days ago
In real world terms the railway has got as far a Somerset. I was looking at places in Devon with mill connotations but didn't come up with anything. Mind you, I only looked for about a minute.

Hey, hang on a second. Are Failbetter implying that Hell is in the West Country? Bloody cheek! If it's anywhere it's in London itself. smile

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Diptych
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11 days ago
These mills - they wouldn't happen to be dark and Satanic, would they? Being in the Neath, and on Hell's doorstep?

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