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"Blackrock Infected" Just what does that mean anyway?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Lord Sir Scott, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. Lord Sir Scott

    Lord Sir Scott Lore Keeper
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    Nov 15, 2006
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    Please Explain Any Concept Of "Blackrock Infected". [​IMG]

    IE:"Blackrock Infected" Means,... Creatures that are "Blackrock Infected" Means,... Your personal Concept of "Blackrock Infected" ECT....
    Lets Figure this out...

  2. This is a worthwhile goal, I think.

    Blackrock itself doesn't seem to be evil. It's a powerful reagent. But it can change other things with it's radiations. And when it infects creatures (except players) it does seem to impart an evil menace to them. Maybe just because it's an attack? So the creatures attack back? I don't know.

    If I remember right, blackrock in the Ultima games changed other rock to the rock that the shrine's were made of, Shrinestone? Anyone know about this?