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Posted by JoKe, Dec 6, 2010 at 10:27 am
No alignment change for using it. The only weapons in vanilla .50 and CVS that do change your alignment by hitting stuff are Neerc Se'ulb and Mjolak, which both bump it towards chaotic. There are no weapons that would make you more lawful.
Posted by JoKe, Dec 6, 2010 at 10:24 am
Or kick them down if your leg strength is through the roof. Those two are the only ways to break them. Explosions/wands are not powerful enough.
Posted by JoKe, Dec 6, 2010 at 10:22 am
The stats per limb are the same as the stats of the material, which are listed on the wiki.

Besides, insane DEX+AGI > insane ASTR+LSTR.
Posted by JoKe, Dec 6, 2010 at 10:20 am
I've never encountered that bug during my whole IVAN career, which makes me highly suspicious that would've happened without touching the script. The next time you encounter that, please triple-check the entirety of the level including each and every room while keeping an eye out for 4x4 rooms in particular. If still you can't find anything, "pics (and save files) or didnt happn".

The code should not leave any chance for any room to spawn disconnected from the rest of the level, save for a few special cases. None of these special cases are situated in UT3. Praying to Silva while on the level can cause Genetrix to teleport elsewhere on the level though, which may have happened.
Posted by JoKe, Dec 6, 2010 at 8:05 am
You could've also, uh, repaired it? You know, read a scroll of repair or take it to the blacksmith in Attnam? It's not that it'd been a big deal to do so.
Posted by JoKe, Nov 27, 2010 at 4:09 am
Yes, that they do. What makes them harder to tell apart on mirrored characters is that mirrored limbs that are severed from the body also disappear, leaving virtually no difference in the two.
Posted by JoKe, Nov 26, 2010 at 5:48 pm
Somagu wrote
That's a negative. Unless Lampshade added that in somehow, then that was leprosy, not you being mirrored. Waiting for over 24 hours in the arena outside of the walls showed nothing but 3 drops of agility.
Weird. Either it's something in IVANtty, or then my mirror had leprosy which the real character did not have after the match.

In the latter case, I must've had unnoticed leprosy when entering the arena which was cured by losing the match, or then the mirror image managed to contract it inside the arena. I'll have to try and repeat it.
Posted by JoKe, Nov 26, 2010 at 2:50 pm
capristo wrote
That's interesting. It makes sense that they are "mirrors" since you and the sumo both survive even if you are "killed"
IIRC, when once keeping my distance from a de-legged Pong to regenerate some health, I started to actually lose my limbs just like mirrored NPCs do. Curiously the message given was exactly the same as with leprosy when you drop a limb.
Posted by JoKe, Nov 22, 2010 at 3:14 pm
22:12 < JoKe|> While levitating over an ocean: "What do you wish to polymorph
into?: black bear"
22:12 < JoKe|> "You drown."

While this might not be my most horrible death, at least it was the most hilarious one in a good while.
Posted by JoKe, Nov 17, 2010 at 7:20 pm
EagleV's exactly correct. IVAN, if anything, requires patience and a bit of the Dwarf Fortress "losing is fun!" mentality. That's because the vast majority of the games played end up in a loss.

After you've your head to a wall enough times, the wall will collapse. In the end it's only a matter of being more patient and resilient than the wall.