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hwoosh
hwoosh
Posts: 141

4/17/2021
Why is Airs of Ealing Gardens (and other Airs qualities like it) sometimes findable in the Scrapbook selector, and sometimes not? More to the point, why are these Randomizer qualities hidden in the first place? Why was the Randomizer category on the Myself page ever taken away? What's the point of obfuscating this game mechanic?

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DTravel
DTravel
Posts: 71

4/17/2021
hwoosh wrote:
Why is Airs of Ealing Gardens (and other Airs qualities like it) sometimes findable in the Scrapbook selector, and sometimes not? More to the point, why are these Randomizer qualities hidden in the first place? Why was the Randomizer category on the Myself page ever taken away? What's the point of obfuscating this game mechanic?


One could suspect that the Bazaar thinks that you aren't cleared for that information, Citizen.

Or perhaps obfuscation is itself the goal. wink

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NotaWalrus
NotaWalrus
Posts: 394

5/13/2021
I know there are technical reasons for it, but it is really nonsensical and annoying that we cannot send letters to other players if they are not currently in London. Especially nowadays that most of a late-game player's time is spent in the Hinterlands or Parabola.

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Robin Alexander
Robin Alexander
Posts: 95

5/13/2021
While navigating the Hurlers, there's an odd thing where going to x location takes 0 actions, but returning to y location will take 1 action. It seems odd to me, as I can't comprehend an in-game reason why taking the exact same journey in reverse would require a different amount of actions.

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Snort
Snort
Posts: 368

5/13/2021
Robin Alexander wrote:
While navigating the Hurlers, there's an odd thing where going to x location takes 0 actions, but returning to y location will take 1 action. It seems odd to me, as I can't comprehend an in-game reason why taking the exact same journey in reverse would require a different amount of actions.



Maybe it's like gravity. Falling down takes zero energy, while climbing up takes energy?

(And no, I'm not serious. 🧐)

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ProfPhate
ProfPhate
Posts: 3

15 days ago
How is it that when I have a 100% chance of succeeding, I still fail? Its been happening a lot lately
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colinsapherson
colinsapherson
Posts: 207

1 days ago
Can I suggest that we add an option to our Trade Secrets where you can use them to get a mood (a la dusty bookshop/good omen).
edited by colinsapherson on 6/12/2021

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MidnightVoyager
MidnightVoyager
Posts: 914

1 days ago
Idea: Betraying someone via menace reduction social actions should give you the ability to act on their slight. You know, like the ones where you poison someone instead of healing them or when you dump all your scandal on someone

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