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I know it's really easy to figure out what org someone is in (the character API comes to mind as the most straight forward) but there isn't a really straightforward mechanism in the game to do this (that I know of - so I'm sorry if I'm missing it). Since the info is already easily accessible, could it just be added to the game in a more obvious manner that doesn't require scripting? Either on the WHO list, a separate ORGWHO list (or something like that), on the HONOURS output, or maybe a new GMCP event that spits out the same data as the characters API that is emitted when you HONOURS someone (though this last one would still require scripting)?
Hello! I had an idea for a small quest!(In Tolborolla, perhaps?)A way to get a (small amount of) honey.A NPC has a beehive! And it has smokers around it! But they can't get to the smokers for (some reason), so they need you, the adventurer, to reach them! You need to turn all of them on, so the NPC can go get a jar of honey (for you and them, I guess)I was thinking of it as a 'lights out' puzzle in which you are trying to get all the smokers to go on at the same time and naturally, they keep turning off when you turn others on, etc.The smokers would turn back off (reset) after so much time.Everyone always wants honey, so this is my contribution to the 'we need honey' ideas.
Czixi, the Welkin murmurs, "Fight on, My Effervescent Sylph. I will be with you as you do."
Aian Lerit'r, Lead Schematicist exclaims to you, "A *paperwork* emergency, Chairman!
Please please please can we have a macaron pattern in pastries instead of having to call them cookies? I know, I know, we can all shove our faces full, but pleeeeeeease.
I have similar feelings towards the GWHO readout as well. The Path field is HUUUUUUGE, which is definitely a benefit to some guilds, but the Position column is, again, painfully short. I know some guilds really indulge in ridiculously long titles for one or both options, so this is less worth the investment across the board. But I'd be really, REALLY happy if CWHO could be spruced up.
I'd like to thank the following shenanigans for getting me back on this soapbox:
As a clarifying point, OffP is OffPlane and tells you when someone is on a different plane than you. It doesn't tell you how many planes away (unless they are in a manse, then they don't show up at all), it could be 1 or it could be 5.
Remove the enforced delay on using consecutive PATH commands. As a Nexus user, it makes me feel really disadvantaged compared to Mudlet users with their Scentgos that work through Mudlet Mapper.EDIT: If this would be prone to causing lag, I think it'd be neat to at least allow a second PATH command before the delay so that we can search for a room name, then PATH TRACK to its number immediately.