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  • MitchAshley87
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    Hey guys,

    My guess is either Loki is in town F’ing with the locals... or there’s a wizard/alchemist doing some experiments in the water mill; I’m guessing he’s trying to turn some iron into tungsten, but keeps making titanium, hates it, and throws it away.

    Fish -

    They have learned some new survival skills over in Wincestre. I mean, good for them... it makes underwater axe fishing interesting. It seems that fish can now swim into dirt, rocks, or literally anything other than water and just start digging to safety and out of view. Then I saw a few really weird looking birds flying above me for a few metres, and then doing a leap of faith into the shallow streams outside the city walls/under the bridges (bit too shallow to call a moat).... anyway, I realised that the birds were actually just a new breed of flying big brown trout. Maybe is some residual wizard alchemy leeching into the waters when he gets rid of his titanium.


    Titanium -

    All of the titanium in Wincestre keeps respawning after leaving the area and returning. Obviously a wizard/alchemist, and I’m not mad at him, considering it’s impossible to just travel to new traders to buy titanium but all of England only ever has 5 pieces for sale until they restock....



    However, I swear if this titanium bug gets fixed before things like missing save games and all the other game breaking bugs, I’ll legit be sooo mad.

    Leave us at least one decent bug considering all the others suck so much, at least until the big bugs get resolved, please and thank you x

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