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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Piotr, May 28, 2008.
Wow, never seen 4 in a row. Best i ever did was 3, all sandals.
You mean people actually still use ships? *is surprised*...la
uhhhhh ... It HAS been awhile ...
Doesn't that screenie show YOU tossing the foot wear INTO the water?
(NOT into the hold for later disposal)
Topic line was ...
We need to stop using the ocean as a garbage can!
Arrrr, crap! Busted...
*stupid wide-angle camera*
Piotr I do the same thing when I fish. you can tell where I have been by the long trail of shoes on top of the water behind me. Sometimes I really wish that fishing poles were like shovels and you could turn off fishing up shoes.
.... and ... that "cleans up the oceans" .... HOW ???
that much irony ....should sink the ship and rust color ALL the water of that facet
I love fishing and leaving the trail of boots, sandals, small fish, not useful stuff from the recovered chests, kinda like dropping bread crumbs *winks*
And on rare occasion, we have actually come across someone else's stuff!!
Shave the whales, shave the cheerleader?!?
IF you can "Shave a Whale" ...
I think you'll be too busy to "do" anything else
Capable ... probably ...
goes to "scheduling" afterwards ...
(bound to be "a few" Show me's pop up, lacking screenies and eye witness's ...)
Still ... how well will that skill translate to "Cleaning the Sea's"?
I've seen more than 4 in a row. Back in the day you could make a decent living selling those items to vendors. It would be nice if they at least threw in some different (and rarer) colors and added in [aquired through fishing]. Can you imagine having a pair of black sandles [aquired through fishing]. Those would rock.
Or even better, they could have the [aquired through fishing by (players name)] and possibly give them a 5% chance to come up with an owned property.
Thats not a bad idea! Dev's??
I believe the tag idea might be mine, but the rare colored idea has been brought up at least 100 times since 2000.