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For the in-game function, see Wishing.

You may write suggestions for changing the game here; however, using the Ideas/Suggestions forum is recommended if you don't want your suggestion lost in the crowd.

You may also comment on any wishes to dig deeper into the subject. Highly detailed and popular wishes are more likely to be implemented; however, ideas can only be implemented into game when there is enough time, so it might take some time.

See also: Japanese Wish List


Towns and NPC BehaviorEdit

  • When "getting tail", onlookers should throw money if your performance/charisma is high enough
  • How friendly shopkeepers are with you should (somewhat) affect pricing (unless it already does). How friendly adventurers are with you should affect whether they want to join your party (and how much they charge if hired for money).
  • Normal conversation options (where both parties are humanoid) could include an option for an invitation for unpaid-for and non-productive sex. Accept/refuse based on charisma, how friendly the NPC is and whether there had been an encounter before within 24 hours (say). Could also have a chance of a "Sorry, I prefer (men/women)" reply that would be fixed for that NPC. Small bonus to friendliness afterwards if accepted. No karma penalty (maybe karma penalty if adventurer is married ;-)
  • Drunken prostitution encounters to be limited to humanoid NPCs (where do wolves keep that gold piece anyway?). Could have a 'gender preference' stat for humanoid PCs in this matter as well (if you do then I suggest a good number be made bisexual so players don't feel too limited).
    • Big second on limiting prostitution to humanoids (though gene-making still happens with non-human pets)
      • If you don't want to have sex with wolves, no one is forcing you to have sex with wolves, prudes. -Jatopian 18:32, April 25, 2010 (UTC)
      • True.
  • Make it so shopkeepers don't like you less if you always buy/talk to them.. Maybe Buying from them increases how much they like you?
  • This. Please. Why would any reasonable shopkeeper dislike a regular customer?
    • Pretty please change this? "Oh darn, there comes that silly fool who always buys my most expensive item and sells me my high margin inventory items again. I hate him!"
      • At least make it so that attract doesn't decrease. --ARR8 00:40, February 18, 2010 (UTC)
      • Interacting with the Shopkeeper automatically initiates a talk action, same as when you exit trading I believe. If your charisma's crap, attract's likely to go down. If you have good charisma, it should go up more often than down. Besides, if you're that worried about it, just get the shopkeep drunk, and sleep with him to get attract back, probably level charisma, and get back some of the money you just spent on that expensive item. Freis 22:51, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
  • Allow players to permanently influence towns, from planting trees to building new houses and shops. This would add a whole new degree of customization. There could also be tie-in quests where the player must build something for someone within X days. Of course, this type of thing would also require that towns were enlarged. Perhaps instead allow the player to found his own town where that type of quest appears, and successful completion of the quest draws new residents to the town? Hell, this idea could go to a lot of places.
    • I am seconding the 'deed of town' idea.
      • Another thought along with this, though I know the idea is fairly large in scale as an addition probably. But the ability of player made towns were added would be create an expansion continent of sorts, it would basically be a blank continent map like the current one but with no towns or anything, maybe some caves and castle/dungeon type stuff, and then the player basically builds the world, and sets up the towns how s/he sees fit and upon completion of certain aspects of a town or a certain settlement type e.g. kingdoms, towns, settlements, ports, etc. it would unlock pre-made quests a kin to the main quest currently, this type of quest would only open up on the new continent which is freely travel-able back and forth to the previous map to prevent the maps from being overcrowded or whatever possibly Yukarin 01:56, 12 July 2008 (UTC)
        • This could be a whole new game. E-mod. The sandbox roguelike. I have to admit, this idea is probably currently the most appealing one on here. Dracious 16:27, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
        • Google "Dwarf Fortress"
        • This seems partly implemented. In every town, you can find a governmet board. Problem is, it is only a partial translation, and the board itself appears non functional, for whatever it is supposed to serve. All values are at 0
          • Thing about roguelikes...you can usually approximate anything you want with the right tools. Buy a deed of small castle, make it look like an outdoor area with a few buildings scattered hither and yon, hire shopkeepers, healer, bartender, etc., sandbag them into their shops and you've got your own Vernis, albeit an expensive one. With the added advantages that come with it being your home.


  • If Etherwind is happening, you probably shouldn't encounter merchants or thieves; they should be in a shelter, or too busy finding one.
    • Maybe you could still run into them, but they tell you to find a shelter instead of doing their business.
    • Building on the original suggestion, I don't think anyone should be outside in the towns while you're scrambling for shelter. They should be doing the same.
      • Or perhaps we could have people who embrace the etherwind for its effects. A cult of some sort, perhaps? leerok 20:05, 3 July 2008 (UTC)
        • Actually, that's not such a bad idea. Definitely realistic. Kintak 00:35, 4 July 2008 (UTC)
        • Add an underground Etherwind shelter to all houses you are capable of buying. Right now, if you are caught in your house during Etherwind, it is very difficult to pass the time unless you have a book somewhere in your house to read.
          • It is already possible to place Shelters in your deeds.
          • Think he means it should come with it instead of optional myself. Maybe have combo deeds that are 2500 extra (half the cost of a shelter purchased separately.)
            • How about, building on the original theme, the merchants will let you use their shelter...for a price. Imagine a desperate PC pawning off scrolls of Oracle and Miracle items for Shelter money. The rate of merchant encounters could go up during Etherwind, tempting the foolish out into it.
  • A NPC who offers a remove curse service, at cost. It would be more expensive than scrolls (1500 gp per remove curse), and would only be as guaranteed as reading a scroll yourself to remove the curse. It can be frustrating to receive a Cursed Whispering dream that curses an item, and continuously walk back and forth between Palmia and Vernis until one of the magic vendors decides to get uncursing scrolls in stock. --JT
    • I don't see why a service would have less than 100% accuracy. Maybe make it so the NPC can only uncurse one item at a time. Trorbes 05:05, 10 July 2008 (UTC)
      • 1500 gold per uncursing is too cheap. It should be more expensive but works 100%. It's not easy to get scrolls of uncurse and they don't always work as expected. Adding a number of turns for the NPC to completely uncurse an item would also be good - the stronger the item, the longer it is for the NPC to uncurse it.
        • Addendum: They can also uncurse doomed items, but you are required to leave the item there. If you are wearing the item, it takes a couple days time to uncurse. (you are fed by your gracious hosts of course, though.)Perhaps also a sliding scale for items, uncursing rods, scrolls, and potions for the purpose of squashing your inventory would be cheap, analogous to all-ID from the wizard. Uncursing potions/scrolls/rods worth more than 500 gold base, as well as 350+gold (pre-negotiation selling price I mean) for wearable items, requiring an investigation-level "extensive uncursing" would be a lot more expensive. How does 50 gold for every 1GP over base sound? (15 for scrolls, rods, and potions)Leo Krupps 19:22, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
        • how bout that same npc cure corruption. there's alot of npc's that cure something but those thing they cure aren't really a noticable problem.
        • No, no, no! It's not much of a curse if you can get rid of it that easily. Same goes for cure corruption - it's the unavailability that makes it challenging, and rewarding when you find the bottle of scroll you need. If one doesn't like cursed whispering you can chose the feat - which is a nice trade off at the start of the game for the opportunity cost of one of the other feats. The only exception to this might be a single vendor in a town that is hard and dangerous to reach - thus making it a bit of a quest to get rid of the curse/corruption, and another reason to visit that town.
        • What i don't get is why everyone is scrambling over this. If your best weapon is cursed when it is uncursed it retains bad effects. Just buy a gem cutter and spam inferior material.
  • Recommend another slave trader. Perhaps a travelling slave caravan, which has a (small!) possibility to offer out-of-depth pets, all pets for exorbitant prices. With the option to attack like a normal shopkeeper, fighting the slave trader and numerous random high level creatures (his pets). Buys pets at normal prices, no reason to hurt the PCs' profits on a random encounter.
  • Let's add to the magic vendor the ability to add ONE element to our weapons/armors (offensive on weapons, defensive on armors)--- Teddy1983
    • Nah. This is why you adventure.
  • How about a deed of restaurant? There's way too much food in this game later on with farm, ranch, fishing, anatomy, being a juere, etc and it's not like food normally sells for a good price, cooked or otherwise (exceptions being heavy corpses, cooked or otherwise). 201.1.69.45 15:41, September 22, 2010 (UTC)
    • There are several kinds of cooking quests. Anything else, eat, it's good for your stats.
      • I meant there's way too much to eat, vomit, eat again, feed my pets, do quests, sell and what have you.
  • Perhaps when prostituting yourself to shopkeepers, they give you something out of stock instead of cash. Tyris seems to half run on the barter system anyway.
  • When adventurer's contracts expire, there should be a prompt to let us continue the contract so we don't have to go hunting for them again when they dissapear on the world map.

Pets Edit

  • Allow pets to wander a little further from you in dungeons. They currently spend nearly all their time in a cross shape (up/down/left/right from you). Better still in the conversation options include "Stay next to me/Stay near/Keep your distance" options.
    • It really would be nice to have some control over them. There are numerous annoying behaviours they exhibit including attacking small enemies while PCs get mauled by dragons, repeatedly rushing unseen foes when snapped back with the leash, invariably stepping in fire or acid, and sometimes wandering off midbattle.
  • Either make Ally investigation fee one time and allow us to view it whenever afterwards, or remove it altogether. 10k gold to see stats is ridiculous.
    • Why not take after ADOM just a little more and have the stethoscope do it? It's not too useful as is, how often do you need to auscultate?
  • Make Engagement items disappear when given to pets. They won't give it back anyways and taking it just massively lowers impress, so they just clutter up pet inventories.
    • Or you could just not give them the Engagement items in the first place. Rather, if you want to raise their relationship, you should either give them food dipped in Love Potion or tossing a Love Potion at them.
      • Issue with this is the karma hit... NEGATIVE 10 or 20 (can possibly make you criminal in one shot with the treasure of the saint).
  • Allow pets to be instructed to use a particular style of combat if possible (e.g. "Don't try to fight/Fight hand-to-hand/Fight ranged/Use spells and natural abilities)".
    • Second on this also.
      • Since tactics are based on creature type (or sprite, for adventurers) maybe it could be passed on with Gene Engineer. That would make Engineering that much cooler.
  • Ways to improve the non-combat skills of your pets. This can be helpful in the nurturing of a high Negotiation pet for shopkeeper purposes, and can also be used on other things such as job quests and general skill usage. For example, when playing an instrument, you can choose to have pets with the Performer skill, an instrument in their inventory and hands to play instruments alongside you, enhancing the performance. You will, however, still be the target if your pet's performance was not very great at all. This can move further into having pet-only job quests as well, where they will complete tasks to earn both you and the pets themselves fame and gold, divided evenly between all pets and you, and a platinum coin or two. Izen One 20:08, 17 July 2008 (Australian EST)
    • More interaction options with the pet might help. Maybe you can play with your pets like in Ubisoft's Petz series.Leo Krupps 19:22, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
      • I love this idea! Hopefully it gets added :3 --Deinarious
        • All I can think of is someone snuggling their pet twintail in the wilderness only to have a random red baptist light it on fire right in front of them. Anyone who thinks a roguelike is that lighthearted should see Palmia invaded by aliens just once.
  • let your pets pick up items until they would get burdened 80.137.68.155 18:10, 19 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Picking up wedding rings and such would cause problems (can't get them back, probably no bonus to relation when picked up). Also leaves less space for gems/gold nuggets etc. On that note, could pets _not_ pick up junk rock?
      • Pets will sell junk rocks last time I looked. --Estyn 21:25, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
        • What are you going to do with junk rocks? Anything a pet picks up to carry is usually most useful sold by them, gold being the exception. Perhaps a limit to the amount of gold a pet will seize?
          • No to this because pets will equip whatever they happen to think is the best equipment regardless of what's best for them. Spellcasters will put on platemail, and all pets will dual wield if they have two weapons of any kind.
  • Pets/Party members/Allies: Party members on standby (waiting in a city) or staying in a property will not count towards the party total.
    • Seconded. Why do I need to charm my employees when they're paid out of my monthly rent?
  • New property: Deed of Slave Market - The player may store, trade, or sell their pets and slaves. The trading process happens passively while the player is adventuring (Like player-made shops). The higher the negotiation skill and charm attribute of the pet/member in charge of the slave market determines the quality of the slaves traded in and profit from sales (Also like player-made shops).
  • Long shot, but if you give non-animal pets musical instruments, have them perform with you when you do the Perform skill. I was thinking the formula would be "average skill + (# of performers x 5-10%)". However, if there are instrument repeats (two harps for example) then the repeating pet doesn't count for the % bonus. Of course, whoever has the lowest skill would most likely be targeted first by any rocks.
    • Not just performing, pets have a lot of skills they can't use, like crafting skill, so they could "assist" - give you some kind of bonus (for example, 25% of their skill, but no more than, let's say, 100% of your base skill). And of course when you use a skill and receive pet's help it trains it's skill too. On the other hand there are activities you want your pets to do, when you do them, like mining or probably fishing. --Enlait
    • Big second to this.
  • If your pet is given food and they're not hungry, they should eat the food as soon as they are. Also, a warning that a pet's food has rot would help.
    • Does rotten food affect pet stats?
  • More things to do with companions that your character is trying to woo. For example, perhaps at certain levels of Impress, a mini quest could be given to like, for example, get a certain item or something for the companion, or take them to somewhere they want to go to. Also, the option to teach humanoid companions how to cook in the future would be nice, and to go with that, if your character's spouse is at home, when you return, they will have a home-cooked meal ready... or a potentially dangerous failure. Or perhaps on the anniversary of your marriage with the said companion, they could quiz you and give you a present if you are right. -- Deinarious
    • On this note, possibly making pets occasionally offer quests directly? Slight changes to the "get item", cooking, and possibly even escort quests could be used. Then just replace money, fame, and item rewards with a relationship boost.
  • The ability to add more than just one line of flavor text to the companions you have, to add a little more depth to them, along with times when they say it (examples could include when they attack something, when they receive a gift, when they eat something, when they get killed). This would add some more depth to the NPCs. -- Deinarious
    • Most definitely seconded! A great way to live out my role-playing fantsaies! :D --pandycanes
    • This is somewhat possible....the more lines you teach the more they can say. Confirm please.
      • Thirded. While having your companion mindlessly spout the same phrase every few seconds may fit some PCs and their pets, for others it's a little creepy/annoying.
  • Possibility of an orphanage, to go to adopt certain companions that would suit the setting for a substantial fee (Not like the little girl pets, but Little Sisters, Catsisters, and Young Ladies, plus maybe other companions that could get added on.) Also the possibility of making donations of food and gold to the place to improve your karma. -- Deinarious
    • Seconded! It also sounds like a great place for quests such as maybe finding lost/orphaned children and having to escort them to the orphanage, getting toys for the children to play with, etc. --pandycanes
      • How about any monster could be at the orphanage, but to get thehigher level ones, you have to Invest in the orphanage.
  • The weight limit should be bumped way up. Part of the fun of roguelikes is sifting through your loot; a lowbie char can't even carry as many pieces of metal as they have fingers without Burdened status and the resulting hunger, speed, and combat penalties. This can be a hassle for chars trying to find suitable weapons and armor before they already have any.
    • Seconded! --pandycanes
      • Thirded. Or alternatively squeeze the burdened level into the last 25% of the weight limit instead of the last 50%. If half your weight limit is burdening then trying to train strength or weight limit towards this effect is literally only half as effective as anything else.
    • Why is this in the pet section? BTW you can use your pet to help carry things. It is important to keep the weight limit - and the hunger, cursing, corruption etc - at the same level as this is part of the challenge. There is certainly still more than enough loot sifting as you level up! Weight lifting skill exists as well, and the Performer class can carry a whole piano. One possibility is to add a feat that people that prefer this sort of gameplay can pick which progressively increases the weight limit or decreases the penalty. While you're at is another viable choice for a feat is a PC that can pack his/her cart more efficiently.
  • The ability to have sex with pets you've married or could marry. Maybe make it like with prostitution, only removing the money, drunkeness, karma loss, and impress boost? It could also deplete/require attract.
  • When you choose to make a gene with your spouse, rather than incarnating a new adventurer, you can choose to make the child a new pet. Just so stuff isn't complicated, it'll just be the same as if you had incarnated it, but instead it's your pet. I guess if you really wanted it to be more interesting, you could have the child stay at home, and over time it grows older and stronger. Does anyone like this idea? --pandycanes
    • Seconded. But perhaps instead of a new incarnated sub-PC, make it the race of the spouse, and your own class. (He follows in his father's footsteps)
  • Pets, as well as adventurers, should be able to get stocks of spells by reading books. To offset this, spellcasting enemies should get a few casting of random spell (depends on their level), and maybe additional spells in case of dungeon bosses, <monsters> etc. --Enlait
  • Feeding pets should cause their impress/attract to go up/down depending on the food. Also, 'large bouquet' should increase impress rating like a gift does.
    • For game balance I suggest that only particularly valuable foods should give bonuses. Also should only 'G'iven food count?
  • Additional topic for pets in 't'alk menu when you at home: Stay at home. It's ridiculous and not even fun to send them to town when you're at home and would like to temporary remove a pet from your party. Yeah, it's possible to hire a bartender but it's kinda stupid to pay for that even if it costs you only 100 gold. Also bartender isn't available while you haven't something better then starting cave and you need to pay him money every month (fired him after 6 months, he is almost useless for me).
    • You can have your pets stay at home by using the house board, selecting 'Allies in your home', and then selecting the pet you want to leave behind while you go out exploring. Keep in mind that these pets still count towards your party limit.
  • The rogues in Derphy could have a chance to drop wallets. It makes sense since that's where you go when your karma is low enough to need wallets.
  • If you ride a pet, you can change your sprite to that of the pet you're riding. It makes sense if you ride a tank so you have the illusion of driving the tank or when you ride a Yerleswood, so that you have the illusion of piloting the robot.

Feats Edit

  • Mercenary (1) – Increases the gold received from missions accepted in town
  • Elite Mercenary (2) – Enhanced version of mercenary
  • Unstable Genes (1) – Increases chance for random mutations
  • Well Known (1) – Increases the amount of fame you gain
  • Rising Star (2) – Enhanced version of Well Known
    • I'm not sure about this one. Many people want to lose fame when it gets too high Dataslycer 09:16, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
  • Falling Star (3) – Enhanced version of Rising Star but it will increase amount of fame you lose as well.
  • (Implemented or will be implemented soon) Accountant (1) – Reduces your taxes - Implemented! Teddy1983
  • (Implemented or will be implemented soon) Quartermaster (1) – Receive more/better items as salary
  • Noble (1) – Receive more gold as salary
    • Implemented under Quartermaster
  • Infravision (1) – You can see invisible monsters
  • Guide (1) – You can travel faster on the world map
  • Pathfinder (2) – Enhanced version of Guide
  • Wayfarer (3) – Enhanced version of Pathfinder
  • Trader (1) – Increases cargo capacity
  • Merchant (2) – Enhanced version of Trader
  • Magic Sponge (1) – You recover mana when spells are cast on you
  • Magic Devourer (2) – Enhanced version of Magic Sponge, additionally you will lose only half of mana and stock if you fail to cast any spell.
  • Blessed (1) – Increases the duration of blessings cast on the player
  • Consecrated Birth (2) – Enhanced version of blessed
  • Voidwrought (1) – Increases nether resistance and your attacks deal some nether damage.
  • Cyborg (1) – Increases HP, perception, and strength, reduces magic and MP
  • Gambler (1) – Increases luck applied to casino games, bonus to success when cheating
  • Cardshark (2) – Enhanced version of Gambler
  • (Implemented or will be implemented soon) Natural Leader (1) – Grants a stat bonus to comrades
  • Natural Commander (2) – You can command your comrades to be aggressive, defensive (themselves, you or all within party), or stay in their current tile.
  • Inspiring General (3)– At the cost of ALOT!! of stamina and 5 turns, you can call back a comrade from the dead with full HP and MP, along with stat bonuses, and the Inspired blessing on (say, lasting 25 - 50 turns). The Inspired blessing causes the comrade to deal twice the damage with all attacks but halves DV and PV, as well as making it aggressive and disregard leash and any healing effects. If the Inspired blessing ends for any reason, that comrade dies. If the comrade dies while the Inspired blessing is still active, that comrade will explode, dealing damage to everything including party members and neutral monsters and NPCs, and cannot be brought back this way again until revived normally (via Book of Resurrection or Bartender) and dies again. Dying while brought to back to life this way does not incur an Impress point loss. Only works on dead comrades. Being attacked cancels the use of this skill, but does not negate the stamina loss.
  • Interdicting Pulse (1) – You can no longer teleport, but enemies nearby you also cannot teleport
    • This might make a good Equipment effect.
  • Fearsome Gaze (1) – You can induce terror in the targeted monster, striking them with a long duration of fear.
    • This is a good idea as there's no means of inflicting fear currently. Aside from when the monster knows you're about to splat it.
      • Not sure how useful this would be, as fear usually only provides a means for the enemy to regenerate to full health and recover from status effects, then home in on you for round two.
  • Dominant: You have a small chance of making people into your slaves (pets) when you sleep with them. Only works on lower-level people you could turn into allies normally. Higher levels of this feat could increase the chance, though it remains low overall. *Also somewhat attach chance to CHR (as sleeping with anything is Charisma based)- Teddy1983
    • Also, perhaps it could let you leash human slaves/allies/pets, just as an easter egg.
      • You can already leash your little girl; I tried.
  • Spatial Stability (1) – Prevents Teleportitis.
  • Spatial Anchor (2) – Prevents you and your allies from suffering the effects of Teleportitis.
    • Damn it! Elona ISN'T Nethack!
      • No...it is more immersive and better. Seconded!
  • Spatial Beacon (3) – Similar to Spatial Anchor but additionally will prevents Teleportitis for everyone in your sight.
        • How about...letting you control teleport from spells and magic items?
  • Musician (1) – Gives a bonus to Performance.
    • And possibly a bonus to dodge thrown rocks!
  • Virtuoso (2) – Enhanced version of Musician.
  • Maestro (3) – Enhanced version of Virtuoso.
  • Touched by a God (2) – You have a chance to have a cursed item uncursed through a dream. Cursed items will no longer teleport you. Prerequisite: Exorcist
  • Chosen by a God (3) – You have a chance to have an item blessed or a doomed item uncursed through a dream. Prerequisite: Touched by a God
  • Tamer Training (1) - Description: Studying at the Monster Taming School teaches you how to skillfully weaken monsters for capture. Effect: Grants the skill "Careful Strike". Careful strike skill: A normal attack with attack power and type equal to that of an equipped weapon with a 25%~50% chance of causing a creature hit to not die if reduced to less than 1 hp. Instead, that creature is reduced to just 1 hp. Note: Different from a normal attack in that it is a skill that costs stamina to use. Raydarken 07:23, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
    • LOL....this is the standard Square Enix "drop them to 1 HP" move or the Pokemon's False Swipe. GREAT IDEA....it is SO hard to catch anything! -- Teddy1983
    • Seconded!
      • Or making you able to catch enemies at higher health if they suffer from Sleep, Paralysis, Confusion, or Dim, along with possibly some other less common ones.
  • Kind and Gentle Face (2)- Needs a gentle face first. A 25% reduction on karma hit taken and an extra +1 karma each time your karma goes up.
    • And if you have the Secret Treasure of the Wicked too? I vote a increase of the max. karma instead.
      • How about just a +1 karma on anything good? If you use the secret treasure of the saint like an idiot EVERYTHING drains karma (really a -7 for theft?)
  • Stubborn (1) - You're not about to just go and let some low-life scum kill you. User loses a moderate chunk of stamina, for the next 10 turns whenever user is dealt lethal damage (anything that would push them into 0 HP or below) there is a chance that they will instead be reduced to 1 HP and lose some stamina, Stubborn will cease work while user is at 1 HP or is very tired
  • Refuse to die (2) - You simply refuse to die in a place like this. Requires stubborn, User loses a massive chunk of stamina, for the next 10 turns whenever user is dealt lethal damage there is a chance that they will instead be healed by however much damage was dealt and lose some stamina, Refuse to die will cease work while user is at 1 HP or is very tired
  • Leadership (1) - Able to have 1 more pet than your charisma would normally allow
    • Seconded. Some people have no other use for Charisma.
  • Iron Stomach (1) - Eating rotten food has very little, if any, negative effects
  • Overeater (1) - Eating heavy corpses will grant random powerful positive effects. Length of effect will be proportional to weight of corpse. Maximum weight of corpse which will grant positive effect may be limited by constitution.
  • Devourer (2) - Eating artificial corpses will improve stats instead of dim.
  • Ferrous Cardiac Blitz (1) - Large stamina cost, removes 1 random effect from user (e.g. poisoned, confused, pregnant, starving etc.)
  • Strong (1) - Increases your Strength potential, increases the rate at which Strength improves, and improves the chance at which Strength-based skills will succeed. A variation of this feat could be set up for every base stat, and a second tier (Extra Strong, etc.) could be created. PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
  • Lucid dreamer - You're in control, even in dreams. Decreases chances of bad dreams and increases chances of good dreams. Possibly tied to Willpower.
  • Alcohol Addiction - [Description] You have become dependent to the spirits of the wine.

[Detail] (can only be obtained from quaffing alcohol-type of potions many times) Instead of gaining negative status effects, you will receive a very little temporary bonus to a random attribute (+1 minimum) whenever you drink alcohol-type potions. Effects will not stack but would reroll instead if you drink multiple times. But after a certain time (1 hour maximum) the positive effect will expire, replaced by a temporary attribute penalty (double the amount from the bonus previously gained) which may last for days, in addition to having the status effects of being drunk/having hangovers for every three hours. Attribute penalty caused by this feat cannot be undone by the town healers, although they may help reduce the addiction time you currently have (by a fixed percentage), yet they will not help you any further if your alcohol addiction time has less that one day left.

    • Second on this! -- Teddy1983 9:23 AM 4/27/2010


  • Dragon Breath (2) - An enhanced version of Fire Breath, It hits a wider area, does more damage, and spreads more rapidly. Prerequisite is Fire Breath.
  • Blessing (2) - Random items in your inventory have a 5% chance to get blessed when you sleep. Exorcist is a prerequisite. You can only obtain this dream 2 times a per month.
  • Ether Resistance - Slows down the progression of the ether disease by 15%. This feat requires that you have at least 5 feats already.
  • Poisonous Touch (2) - There's a 25% chance that any food or potion you touch will be poisoned but in exchange every single attack you deliver injects a lethal toxin into the enemies body. Poison Nail is a Prerequisite.
Terrible idea; one can't toggle feats at the moment. -Jatopian 18:57, December 3, 2009 (UTC)
    • Unless we make it just a Level 2 of that skill and forget the food/potions.
  • Mind Trick (1) - You can trick enemies into showing you their power. - Special action, based on Magic, range of 1, causes the enemy's special action menu to open and you to choose one of their special actions to use and the target. Level difference effects already low success chance, but special actions availible (or not) don't.
    • Or could be based of charisma and require Gentle Face.
  • Butcher Master - Grant you the skill 'Disembowel' a weak single melee strike that make sure you'll gain a corpse from enemy if you deal lethal damage by using this skill.No effect if equipped with unsharped weapon or no weapon.
  • Erotic(1) - "You're really good at doing the wild thing." Increases relationship gain from sex.
  • Carnal(2) - "You are a sex machine." Further increase in relationship from sex, other 'participant' can't stop in the middle. Requires Erotic.
  • Dedicated(1) - "You're focused on your training." Slows/lowers the decrease of attribute potential over time.

Equipment Edit

  • Pick-Axe - Used for mining, speeds up mining actions
    • Maybe make the Pick furniture wieldable, with mining bonus based on quality?
  • Jackhammer - Used for mining, vastly speeds up mining actions
  • Tazer - Melee weapon, uses dagger skill, deals electricity damage and dims the target
  • Knuckles - Melee weapon, uses unarmed skill, uses basic unarmed damage but can add special qualities to unarmed attacks or add bonus damage.
    • Take a line from the Assassin from Diablo II and have a whole line of weapons that affect the Martial Arts line. Punching daggers and the like. PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
  • Hand Grenade - Throwing weapon, does fire damage, explodes on target
    • Grenades are already in the game, actually.
    • I'd love to see the <Holy Hand-Grenade> implemented. :3c Freis 23:41, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
      • Sometimes stops time for three turns. Not two, and not four. Five is right out.
  • Ball-and-chain - Weapon, may be spiked (flail) or smooth
  • Ring blade - Powerful cutting weapon, but may end up hurting you if DEX isn't high enough
  • Whip - DEX-reliant weapon; also, bladed whips?
    • Perhaps blessed/artifact whips would deal extra damage to undead? --Estyn 21:25, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
  • Scouter - Head equipment, little to no protection value, but allows an option to see all stats of a creature when using the 'l' command. Might make the "pet checking" of the informer NPC useless.
    • Alternatively, could act like a stethoscope that shows the health bars of all creatures in view, but only while worn.
      • Seconding this request, I'm tired of capturing a creature and then abandoning/selling them since they don't have the stats (Usually age/height/weight) that I like. Schnee4 19:40, 27 July 2008 (UTC)
        • Oh christ. Please, ONLY if it's not called a "scouter." Just call it a "scanner" or something; you don't need to show that you're a Dragonball Z fan. ~ Midna the Imp 19:27, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
          • Add a bonus, when there's a high-level monster in the room there's a chance of you breaking it in your hand to create a small electric blast, damaging you and enemies around you. You obviously lose it. When you run into the final boss of the main quest you instantly break it for a massive AoE blast, almost like the secret weapons to weaken bosses at the very start of the fight from Gauntlet.
            • Umm, right. Keep dreaming.
              • I agree. This will dodge THAT meme too. >>
  • Dirty ring, swimming trunks, and dirty old boots from Fishing should be equip-able.
  • More Firearms: needs greater variety imo, machine guns, shotguns, and pistols are all there are right now perhaps sniper rifles, or a giant gun-cannon-thing, etc
    • Before this, I think we need more "laser"/energy-based weapons. At least a kind of equal for each gun aside from shotguns. Also, a laser sniper rifle would simply be awesome. Maybe make higher quality ones (or, ones with better penetration percent--if not that, then 100% penetration) go through enemies? Imagine shooting through a crowd of slimes with a sniper rifle, and watching them melt into little puddles. ~ Midna the Imp 19:27, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
  • More laser/energy-based weapons; I mean this as in more variety as well as easier to find, at least in shops; because even after getting an armory up to rank 205 it is still nigh-impossible for them to carry a good laser pistol. Yet general stores (or was it goods stores?) at that rank will carry the useful diamond energy cell (1d4+1 or so) very often. ~ Midna the Imp 19:27, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
  • Can we change material of the Kumiromi Scythe? chances are if you're using it, you're going to use it 2 handed, and 0.9 is too light for a 2 handed fighting style
    • Try dual wielding, silly. It's the only good scythe you can dual wield.
    • If he's not in the thieves guild though, getting decent dual wielding is difficult. Alternatively, you could always just use some cursed scrolls of flying on it, couldn't you? Freis 23:41, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
      • <Rankis> too. And bec
  • Great Sword - A very heavy and massive sword that depends on STR to do damage, Due to it's incredible weight you cannot dual wield or hold a shield while you have a Great Sword equipped, You only have a 50% chance of actually doing damage but you do 200% more damage and critical hit chance is increased by 5%.
    • Try out using a heavy Claymore (adamant, gemstone, or metal of some type) and Two Hand. I think you'll find find this unnecessary.
  • Bracers - These go on the arm slots, They are light-weight, give average protection, and have a 20% chance to deflect physical attacks, The deflection will cause 10% of what the damage of the hit would have done to you and direct it back to the opponent.
    • How about just as an arm slot item with high DV?
  • Claws - A glove with claw-like blades on it, Damage depends on DEX and STR, They are light, fast, and have a chance to give the enemy the "Bleeding" status. This weapon works better if you use Dual Wield.
  • Living armor. Perhaps levels up from you being hurt. It's annoying that you can only get living weapons, I want a full set of living equipment.
  • Artifact shuriken with extra ranged attack or rapid ammo load or both. The multiple attacks all deal cut damage inflicting bleeding. This can quickly lead to a hemmorhaging opponent, so it's not the damage, it's the bleeding that kills.
  • Artifact dagger <Butcher Knife> grants Anatomy with five ranks, and deals cut damage.
  • Super Claymore, make it a three handed only weapon.
  • Spy Dagger - Equipable as either right/left hand weapon or as a ranged weapon. When as a melee weapon, has a small chance to stop time for one turn. When used as a ranged weapon, the dagger is throwing(While spinning) up to three squares ahead of the direction targeted. (From TheGrevisteCat)

Items Edit

  • Vitamins - Nutritional bonus to multiple random stats
    • How about above moderate training for a specified stat, but no nutritional value? Muscle Vitamin, Fortitude Vitamin, Flexibility Vitamin...
  • Potion of Disintegration (rare) - Kills the drinker instantly, obviously useful as a throwing weapon. Won't kill bosses, but will deal pretty nice damage.
    • You mean like sulfuric acid?
  • Tome - Rare and heavy item, improved version of books so you can use tomes much more times (200-400).
    • Make spellbooks creatable, the current level of the spell determining the charges given, give or take a few.
      • For balance's sake, maybe have a gold sacrafice as well, eg. SP cost^2*100. Wouldn't want Wish too easy to get.
  • Coffee, Caffeine Pills, Tea - Reduces sleepiness to a certain extent.
    - Or just restore some stamina. Good for performers (Drugs, Sex, and Rock-n-Roll, baby!)
  • Preservative potion: guess what? it preserves food for longer :O, same way to apply as love potion, maybe same suffix too "Corpse of Putit (preserved)", drawback should be something like...preserved food cannot be cooked or made into jerky, or if not, cannot be offered to gods.
    • Call it a "Potion of Pickling"; results in "Pickled Putit", for example.
      • Or, following Elona's style of mundane object available in the game, just call it "Vinegar."
    • Also maybe have a multiple charge item like this, like NetHack's Tinning Kit.
      • Heck, why not just make it a Tinning Kit? ~ Midna the Imp 19:27, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
        • Because Elona's not Nethack.
  • More love potion effects; I haven't experimented with this one too much (e.g. throwing love potions at people and enemies) because they're too hard to acquire, but creating aphrodisiac foods is quite fun so far. Oddly enough, though, feeding my little girl (stop looking at me like that) one made her lay an egg...which she promptly ate. Later on, about 5 potions later, she started lactating (this time I grabbed the result before she did something stupid, and put it in a museum). But that's all I've seen so far, about 20-30 love potions and a few days spent. ~ Midna the Imp 19:27, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Look at the article on Ranches. You can get dairy products from any creature. I think the creature from which milk comes should not be specified in the item like with eggs, as they don't appear to do anything aside from nutrition no matter the creature.
  • Eventually I'd like to see a use given to the music tickets earned from performances. Maybe they would use a trade-in system similar to Miral and Garok's Workshop, at some undisclosed location? Alternatively, seeing as they're "tickets," you might be able to get into some unique event and hear a concert. Maybe the concert could have rare items for sale. Or perhaps the music could be inspirational and could boost the level and/or potential of skills and/or attributes. It'd probably have to cost a lot for balance purposes, though.
  • [G]iving neutral creatures/NPCs food and drinks; I'm not sure what everybody else thinks on this one, but I think it should cause them to take it from you and drink it rather happily, unless it's an ID'd love potion, in which case they should react as pets do when [G]iven it. Maybe people who work with food would take note of "tainted" (that is, aphrodisiac, poisoned, etc) food, and the karma hit you take would be doubled? Or maybe they'd go hostile on you. Alternatively, [G]iving a magic vendor a love potion should add it to their stock...or they might drink it. ~ Midna the Imp 19:27, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
  • Make the textbook of <Unknown Skill> cause a discount when having a trainer teach it to you. a 1/3 discount would prevent rounding niggles, and consume the textbook in the process. "You already have the course materials? But that's where my profit lies!"
    • One wonders what they do with those plat, since you can't spend them any other way. Or what Miral and Garok do with all those tiny medals.
  • Molotovs don't really work like in the game, it should generate only alcoholic beverages and rags. Mix them together to make a molotov. And if you change your mind, you can still drink them!
    • [A basket of] Washing could be used multiple times!
  • Alcoholic drinks should give res. Fear. Liquid Courage!
  • More outlandish/broken tech please! And more random stuff in general! Here's a very random list of stuff:
    • Wristwatch
    • Fish bowl/Aquarium
    • Coffee mug
    • Rubber tire
    • Candy Cane
      • A result of cooking api nuts, perhaps.
    • Spice Rack (cooking bonus?)
    • Kevlar jacket (armor?)
      • There already is a kevlar jacket like item. it's called a bullet proof vest. They're sold by wandering traders and they're expensive as hell.
    • Paperweight
      • A thrown weapon? But how is this different from a glasswork rock? - Feldherren 16:04, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
    • Purse (equal rights for +karma returns!)
    • Dartboard
    • Statue of (creature type)
      • Elona is NOT Nethack, damnit.
        • Right. So you won't break the statue hoping to get a wand, or zap a wand of petrification to turn a monster into one. By same token, you won't drop your NetHack statue in a room to increase the room's rank. Not sure why having some more variety in the furniture options makes it more NetHackish...perhaps if it was named "Sculpture of" that would be better? --[[Special:Contributions/97.65.64.178

97.65.64.178]] 14:13, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

          • There are a few items that are purely decorative and not trash with no deco value. I keep forgetting and lugging a statue of creator home only to be told a giant granite sculpture is worthless. Perhaps give them deco value?
    • Toilet Bowl (I want my godly goldwork toilet bowl, please!)
      • We already have a toilet item. It works like a fountain. Some of these are kinda nice though. -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
    • Ashtray
    • Stapler
      • As 1H weapon, will cause bleeding.
    • Ottoman/Footstool
    • Yo-yod
  • A CD case or other item (maybe a jukebox?) that lets you combine all your BGM CDs into a single item with a menu. Kind of like decks.
    • Seconded!
  • A trash can. You can open it, put junk inside and the next time you enter the area, the stuff would dissapper. Useful for the junk created in your ranch.
    • Since there's already trash cans, seconded for changing them. Trash cans don't seem very decorative to me anyway.
  • Remove the overweight limitation on scrolls of return, so as to make them useful for transporting furniture.
  • Furniture should be reworked in how it counts towards an area's item limit. You can have as many pieces of furniture as you want, it seems, but it will still trip the item limit, keeping you from dropping anything else, or from re-dropping something you picked up by accident, such as the freezer. They should be taken off the counter if they go towards your furniture value.
  • Dry rocks should be an item. You currently can't move them, or replace them if they're erased. You can't even copy the tile to brush.
    • And fields.
  • Here's a hilarious idea: An extremely rare item - plunger. Immediately fully recharges one well, fountain, or...you guessed it...toilet. (You pump a clog out of the pipes. The plunger breaks.) Does not work in Noyel. (The well is tainted.)
    • There is a good reason why wells have limited uses (wheel of fortune for wishes) although maybe if you made the plunger expensive enough it might balance out. but better yet what would a cursed/blessed plunger do?
  • New instruments - Triangle, Guitar, Cowbell.

Wish Only ItemsEdit

  • Time machine: Immediately breaks after use. Can only be safely used once per game, you keep all current stats, levels, abilities, feats, mutations, diseases, and skills. You loose all items, and are sent to the starter cave. All items, environments, and quests, are reset. Cursed - you loose everything. Blessed - You get to keep your equipped Items.
    • If wished for again it should be able to be reused, but result in a cut-seen where your character touches a past self resulting in a break in the time space continuum, It should end with your character in a blank white screen that loops onto itself, and no hunger or sleep bars. (the only options available should be wizard mode or closing the game.)Cursed - your file is deleted, Blessed - message "Mortals have no right"


Spells Edit

  • Remove Neurofibrosis from magic dart its cheap as ****, I'll be happily raping some wizards of elea with like 50/80 hp or so and suddenly, BAM, instant death from a freakin magic dart, against enemies that i kill with ease.
    • No. Remember if they can do it so can we :) - Teddy1983
      • Firstly is's Neurofibroma, and second, that's Nerve Dart, not magic dart. That's not a special effect, that's death from Nerve Damage. Really Wizard types do heavy damage with any spell, since magic bypasses DV/PV. There's a paper to every rock.
  • Teleportion ball - attempts to teleport all enemy units in a 5 unit radius.
    • Would make a better bolt.
  • Berserker - The wizard loses control and attacks random nearby units. The wizard gains large boost to all fighting related stats.
    • A wizard hulking out? How about a berserker other spell, one that can be used on enemies and force them to attack the nearest creatures? Tarek Tavaria 13:53, 2 August 2009
    • Tarek's idea is better. It reminds me of something else in another game but don't remember what it was called. The original idea sounds better as a skill or feat than a spell. I can imagine a warrior hulking out but a wizard?
  • Heart of the Berserker - If cast before berserker, the wizard is less likely to attack allies.
  • Heart and Focus - Greatly increases the speed and spellpower of the wizard. Has a chance to kill the wizard after the spell duration ends.
  • Head or Tails - Kills all enemies or allies on screen. Semi-low mp cost and autosaves.
    • Will never work. I can just walk into the Forts of Chaos by myself and kill the bosses with this spell if it existed. And nope, including yourself in the equation still will not work, since I can stride in as many times as I fancy over and over until it connects. RCName 17:31, 14 January 2009 (UTC)
  • Recompose - de-rots food items in inventory. Can be found in scroll and rod form as well.
  • Normal scrolls act on 3-5 foods.
  • Blessed scrolls act on 7-10 foods.
  • Cursed scrolls will rot 3-5 foods instead.
  • Locate Person - When cast in town (only), provides a list of everyone there, with quest targets highlighted; you can select someone to teleport to them.
  • I thought the player was not allowed to teleport during during quests?
  • Only for return/escape. Local map teleportation is a-okay. RCName 17:31, 14 January 2009 (UTC)
  • Chain lightning/fire/ice. Hits enemy, then "jumps" and hits another enemy. Every 5th level of spell adds 1 more "jump". Can "jump" just between 2 creatures if no more enemies present.
  • Time Stop - Stops time for a short period
  • For a short period of WHAT?
  • [[Ammunition|Time Stop Ammo?]]
  • That's not a spell.
  • Stone to mud - creates a large pool of mud on the ground, slowing anyone that steps onto it greatly and penalizing their melee abilities. Like Web, but worse. PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
  • True Strike - Adds +20 to hit or better to the target's next attack, melee or ranged. PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
  • Sonic Wave - Light damage, knocks enemies back over a number of squares depending on spellpower. Enemy strength also factor into the equation. Floating enemies are thrown further back (due to lack of anchor)
    • Sonic attacks could cause potions to shatter, perhaps? Tarek Tavaria 13:53, 2 August 2009
  • Magical Coin Flip - Flip a coin, if it lands on heads you get a 200% bonus to all your stats for 100 turns. If it lands on tails you get a 50% deduction to all your stats for 500 turns.
    • You realize that a 200% deduction would make all stats negative, right? Negative luck may be obvious, but what does negative con mean? Exactly how should negative speed work? Making it a flat number wouldn't solve this problem either at low stats; I doubt that this could be done without unexpected programmatic consequences. -- Lairian 10:16, December 5, 2009 (UTC)
    • 200% bonus, 50% reduction - no possibility of negative stats.

Summon People - Just to round out the cycle. Summons, what else, random creatures from among those that are randomly Neutral, aside from named NPCs, like the other two summons. Mercenaries, rogues, guards (autoaggro to rogues), cats, punks, sisters, anything neutral you could dominate.

Magic Bomb - Area effect spell centered on target square. Can be cast out of sight. Use with Caution. Does 2d7 Magic damage plus modifiers.

Charm Person - Low casting chance. Changes foe's alignment to neutral (aggros to enemies).


Creatures Edit

  • Some creature/race ideas for consideration: Naga, centaur, animated weapon, incubus/succubus, sea monster, killer fish, merfolk, mimics/creeping coins, explosive walking robot bomb, elementals...
  • i don't understand why request aquatic creatures when there are no aquatic locations. the entire game is all on land.
Except for the watery dungeon levels. Besides, some aquatic creatures can venture onto land. -Jatopian 23:16, 22 July 2009 (UTC)
      • I'm pondering the succubus idea. Not only is there no traditional daemons, but also no monster that uses sexuality as a weapon, odd considering what we already have here. Maybe a Nymph that can blind or confuse you with her body? Or does mind damage with a touch? Shena's only human, and her panties stop time!
      • Nurses count as sexuality if nethack is anything to go by
  • Pets/Party members: implement a command set (e.g. "stay in place"). Commands may vary depending on charisma/relation to pet.
  • Pets/Party members: implement a command "Ranged/melee combat". This will force pet to use one style of combat.
  • Creature stats can be viewed by the player. This will remove the need to pay the informer 10k or buy a slave for gene engineering just to see pet skills.
    • It frustrates me that every time I capture a creature I have to use the above method to check their stat pages. I'm tired of wasting balls on little girls that are older or taller or even heavier than me. There should be a way to view creature stats with out having them as your pet.
      • Note: There is a similar request under "items" that asks for a "scouter".
  • Foxes and kitsune. Robots/automatoi. Gelatinous cubes. Molds (stuck in one place, resistant to ranged damage, emits very short lived spore clouds when struck by anything.) Nymphs (random chance in melee for you to remove a piece of equipment.) Canopic Jars/Mummy Sarcophagi (repeatedly spawns very low level skeletons/mummies once in combat.) Mecha (leftover giant automatic mecha from the War.) Catapults/ballistae/trebuchets (like spore mushrooms - planted in place, unable to move, have horrible aim, but do ridonkulous amounts of damage.) Snow maidens (yuki-onna.) Giant Snakes/Giant Worms/Remorhaz (multiple squares long, has a chance to eat you in melee, once eaten you take continual damage until you can kill/cut/teleport your way out.) PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
  • We could use monsters or boss monsters that scales according to your abilities giving a challenge (and not too much so) to strong adventurers. (or is this the reason why the void exists?) Dataslycer 09:31, November 23, 2009 (UTC)
  • Little Red Wagon - Bike Tourist: relatively high Weight Lifting skill, grants it in gene engineering. Arm Hand Neck Back Shoot Ammo and Body slots. Neutral by default, one could spawn in the younger sister's mansion? And perhaps they could drop more loot than average when slain. Makes a good pet for carrying things, maybe riding.
  • New monster race : Mouth. Only part of anatomy besides eye and hand that could be a race so....Low speed, con, perception, high str, cha. One entry, chattering teeth, is a low level entry, then there's Hungry Maw which goes through your backpack like sea lions, then there's Screaming Mouth which casts Raging Roar, Chaos Mouth summons, throws potions, and deals mind damage (It gibbers in your ear!).

Classes and Races Edit

  • Fix Two-handed on Mutants - Make it so those with more then 2 hands, can get two handed weapon bonuses when they have a free hand to use their two handed weapon with. Right now you have to choose between using the third hand and losing the bonus or keeping the bonus and have no use for the third hand [Alternatively have a extra bonus for each extra hand swinging the weapon.. a 6 handed mutant swinging one sword with all hands could be impressive...] -- Rift06 19:53, 21 April 2009 (UTC)
    • How about allowing one two handed weapon per two hands availible. Asura could use two large weapons two handed each without penalty.
  • Alchemist Class - A master of the material world. A class that brews potions, has a proficiency in firearms, and has some material-based magical abilities. What's unique about this would be that instead of using book memorization to cast spells, the class would use potions as a spell foundation. The new skill for this would be called alchemy (of course, the current "alchemy" skill would have to be renamed, probably to something like "potion brewing"). Overall, the skill layout would be something like:
  1. Proficiency in Firearms
  2. Proficiency in Short Swords
  3. Alchemy
  4. Potion Brewing
  5. Light Armor
  6. Sense Quality
  7. Cooking
  8. Detection
  • Sprites - Option for player to use the monster sprites (single faced) for their character. Similar to adventurer sprites but with the addition of fairy, snail, lich, goblin, golem, mutant, etc.
  • The sprites your character gets should be the same as the ones shown at the top of the "Class Selection" screen that are based on the race you chose.
  • Scythe - A farming tool. Farmers should have this has a proficiency.
    • Harvester Class - The Harvester.
  1. Proficient in Scythe
  2. Two Hand
  3. Tactics
  4. Healing
  5. Light Armor
  6. Evasion
  7. Anatomy
  • Axe
    • Axe Class - The Axe.
  1. Proficient in Axe
  2. Weight Lifting
  3. Heavy Armor
  4. Shield
  5. Evasion
  • Technologist
    The Technologist: Skilled in the forgotten ways of machine and technological craft, the technologist is a friend to motheaten owners' manuals, ancient circuit boards, cluttered toolboxes, and the occasional expertly placed thump on the side of a gearbox in order to get the darn thing running smoothly. If all else fails, of course, they can engineer their own solution to a problem. Their motto is "I can fix it. And if I can't, then I'll do it my own way, but better."
    • Skills:
      Anatomy
      Carpentry
      Cooking
      Disarm Trap
      Firearms
      Gene Engineer
      Lock Picking
      Mining
      Tailoring
    • Attributes
      Str: None
      Con: None
      Dex: Little
      Per: Good
      Lea: Great
      Wil: None
      Mag: None
      Cha: None
      • "forgotten ways of machine"?! Did you just miss the whole Yerles and Cyber Dome things? Don't you know about Mani? ...Anyway, maybe when crafting gets reworked this might be a good idea. -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
        • Well, people everywhere else (i.e. the majority of NPCs) refer to them as "weird", so presumably it's not the norm. Should be about as arcane as being a wizard, I'd say. --97.65.64.178 13:59, 6 May 2009 (UTC)
        • One person mentions that the Eighth Tyrre specifically had more advanced science, so it's not that out there. --MrGuy 21:21, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
  • More "official" races - Enable some of the more reasonable races available from the debug list, and fix slots where applicable
    • Kobolt
    • Orc
    • Lizardman
    • Norland
    • Roran
    • Skeleton
    • Machine - C3PO anyone?
    • Yeek for a challenge not quite on Snail level :)
    • Quickling
      • These would be a nightmare to balance, especially considering that the extant official onces aren't balanced. It'd be cool if debug races worked the same way as their NPC counterparts and made sense, but there's nothing special about these and they're tailor-made for NPC usage, especially Roran and Norland. And Quickling would be straight-up overpowered, no two ways about it. -Jatopian 03:38, 23 April 2009 (UTC)


  • If your race and your class both have the same skill you should start with a higher level of that skill than normal.
  • A trapmaking class WITH a trapmaker skill. They could set traps and pick them up (also you can detect and collect traps from dungeons). As something to make it interesting maybe a chance of failer resulting in setting it off or destroying it. Traps could have a reuse limit based on quality maybe. The higher level of trapmaking, the stronger the effect of the trap and the better its quality(more reuse). Also it would effect the type of traps you can make as welll as the turns it takes to set them (5 turns-Instant) Don't have a witty historical backround but the traps can include:
  • Trap of Hold/Web
  • Trap of Teleportation
  • Trap of Pain
  • Trap of Sleep
  • Trap of Confusion
  • Trap of Dim
  • Trap of Explosion
  • Trap of Elemental
  • Sand Bag and monster ball creation at higher levels
  • Throw in a trap of Healing to make things interesting
  • The class should also probably have Anatomy Skill for good measure.
    • I think before putting a whole class in there should be a rod or scroll.
  • Maybe you should change the class/race with a very rare potion.
  • Give the lich a way to summon loyal zombies/skeletons/wisps/etc. possibly by tweaking summon monster probabilities

Mutations Edit

  • More mutations in general please. As well as some positives that doesn't have a negative version, and some negatives that don't have a positive version.
    • Eye in the back of your head: +per, -cha, +Evasion (perhaps progress Evade feat line), +Detection, Lose Helm slot
      • How about just extra DV and to hit instead of Evasion and Detection?
    • Two left feet: -dex, -cha, -speed, lose boot slot
    • Your bones have become as hard as steel: +weight, damage reduction, +damage for Martial Arts
    • Your metabolism slows: slower rate of hunger, -speed, +poison res
    • Your metabolism speeds up: increased rate of hunger, +speed, -poison res
      • I thought this was the message for regeneration changing.
    • You feel lethargic: increases the rate at which you become tired, -speed
    • Vampiric metamorphosis: gain Drain Blood, -str/con during the day, +str/con at night
    • You have become allergic to (material type): unable to equip/use items made of that material
    • You become attuned to magical forces: +magic, +mana, faster rate of Etherwind Disease progression
      • And mana regeneration, and mutation
    • Herbivore: Your body has lost the ability to digest meat and fish - cannot eat meat/fish or cooked version thereof
    • Carnivore: Your body has lost the ability to digest plants and grains - cannot eat fruit/vegetable/flour/noodle or cooked versions
    • Iron stomach: ability to eat rotten food, +poison res
    • Nervous stomach: percent chance to vomit after eating (like cursed food effect.)
    • You develop chronic nightmares: increased chance for unlucky events while sleeping
    • You see things that aren't there: +see invisible, periodic confusion effect or decreased sanity
    • You feel a change coming over you: change creature type/species to something else.
    • You feel younger: age decreases
    • You feel older: age increases
    • You think there's something wrong with the world today: increase insanity/lower max sanity
    • You feel an affinity with spiders: + str, + dex, ability to cast web (c.f. Spiderman)
    • You are the proverbial lucky fool: + luck, -learning, -will, -perception
    • You now prefer a warmer environment: +fire res, -cold res
    • You now prefer a cooler environment: +cold res, -fire res
    • Your nose becomes huge and bulbous, but improves your sense of smell: -cha, +detection, ++cooking
    • Razor sharp spines extend from your limbs when you get angry: +martial arts, +unarmed damage, loose boot/arm slots
    • You begin to emit strong pheromones: increases reaction to opposite sex, decreases reaction from same sex
      • The current pattern is that trade-offs are Ether disease and pure good/bad are mutations. As long as these categories are kept, I'd support some of these. Except for the pheromones one. This game is not heterosexual, guys, get it through your heads. -Jatopian 03:38, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
    • Sex Addict:  Stats drop when you haven't gotten tail in a while.  Stat loss temporary.  reversed by going to healer.  Possible addition or subtraction to charisma.
  • Adding on here for neatness' sake. --Estyn 23:19, 21 May 2009 (UTC)
    • You reflexes sharpen: +DV
    • Your eyes cloud over: Less accurate missile attacks/spells
    • You feel energetic: +Stamina
    • You become paranoid: -Charisma, less chance to run into Rogue Bosses or get money stolen
      • Maybe can't use, eat, drink or wear anything unidentified, but can feel cursed items very easily or even instantly.
    • You body efficiently absorbs nutrients: All food (and potion?) effects are increased (positive and negative)
    • You react strongly to spells: Spell/scroll effects increased
    • You forget how to read: Cannot use scrolls or books
    • Your stomach isn't so picky anymore: Can digest paper, leather, silk, cloth (lesser non-hazardous materials)
    • You develop a short temper: +melee damage, reduced accuracy
    • Your skull hardens: Resist dimming (not as well as a Golem, though)
  • You need less sleep (reduces the amount of time you spend when you sleep; you still gain the bonuses you would get from a full-length sleep. Higher levels of this mutation reduce sleep time by more.)
    • "Insomnia"?
      • More like "Light Sleeper." Insomnia in an inability to sleep. --Estyn 23:19, 21 May 2009 (UTC)
  • Lethargy- Burden limit is lowered, dex is lowered, speed is lowered. Bonuses from sleep are improved, or sleepiness is more common.
  • Etherwind Disease: Zombified Stomach - You can only digest rotten food. Non-rotten food, including Cargo(es) of Traveler's Food, will cause food poisoning depending on the severity of the disease. All positive effect(s) of eating non-rotten food contributes to the food poisoning strength, and you do not receive them as a bonus. The negative effect(s) of eating rotten food still applies, regardless of anything else (equipment, etc.) that allows you to safely consume rotten food. The negative effects of eating rotten food are enhanced depending on the severity of the disease.
    • I second this, but think it should be called "Decaying Digestive Tract"...or actually, to be honest, that should be saved for something else; this sounds more fitting for the term "Scavenger" or something. Maybe "Fungus Stomach"? I don't know.... ~ Midna the Imp 19:45, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
      • "Zombie Guts"?
        • Zombie Guts, for humor and catchyness.
  • Etherwind Disease: Ether Shock - The way information is sent around your body has been corrupted with the Etherwind. Every (random number between x to y turns), you are inflicted with one or more status ailments for (random number between a to b turns). The minimum number of turns in which you may be inflicted by a status ailment is lowered and the minimum number of turns those status ailments last is raised as the disease progresses, but there will always be at least 5 turns between the time the status ailment(s) ends and the time status ailment(s) are inflicted again.
    • That was rather confusing. And you mean the nervous system of the target creature is corrupted by Ether, right? ~ Midna the Imp 19:45, 29 July 2008 (UTC)
      • Well, it started out as some kind of "You get paralyzed randomly every (random x) turns for (random y) turns", but then I remembered that you can get immune to that status ailment. So I changed what it did, but since I couldn't really think of a better name at the time (I was half-asleep, as lame an excuse as that is), I left it as it is. Still, if these more 'serious' Etherwind Diseases are to be more dangerous, they'd have to be immune to normal Potions of Cure Corruption (ie only a Blessed Potion of Cure Corruption can cure these, but only function at half the power of a non-blessed version on these), but the disease progresses slower than the normal ones. It'd make getting caught outside in an Etherwind for extended amounts of time a lot more dangerous, since you run a risk of developing one of these. (Unsigned comment, presumably by Izen One, 08:46, 31 July 2008)
        • In terms of Etherwind diseases being virtually harmless once you have potions of cure corruption under your belt, you might want to check a few of my ideas that I posted in the "Necrotic Attributes" section (right below this one). Also, while the Ether Shock idea seems like it'd be a bit annoying (fighting a boss, paralyzed, dead meat, need to wait something like 200 days for the magic vendor to stock a potion of cure corruption and THEN find a way to make enough money to get it--THEN to bless it)--alright, VERY annoying--to lower-level players. For the veterans it'd be no problem at all (probably), but if a newbie (levels one to twenty, maybe?) got it, they'd be very, VERY screwed. ~ Midna the Imp 00:14, 3 August 2008 (UTC)
  • "You grow a strange hump on your back." This one would be a mixed blessing. On the upside, your maximum food intake is increased (meaning that if you gorge it'll take longer before you're hungry). On the downside, this would decrease your Charisma and/or make the player unable to wear most armor (exceptions would be paper, silk, cloth, etc.)
    • Grow a strange hump on your back? You mean Midna?
    • Think Quasimodo from Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Etherwind Disease: Your legs shrivel up. Lose leg slot and a lot of speed for a moderate strength boost. Yeah, I know it sounds horrible. Though come to think of it, the speed loss could be circumvented with Riding...
  • Etherwind Disease: You have short, sudden violent spasms. Interrupts extended actions, and causes you to move a space, costing a turn. Could cause you to attack NPCs. Causes you to instantly recover from sleep or paralysis when it happens (Ether Disease trumps status effect).
  • Perhaps eating equipment with special attributes gives you a low chance of giving you the ones that make sense? Like extra attacks or immunity to certain status effects? Put it under Mutation so it can be lost at night or from drinking out of wells, etc. And a better chance of getting harmful attributes.

Skills Edit

  • Bluff (Charisma): This skill gives you a chance of avoiding karma loss and other negative effects from breaking the laws and failing quests, in some cases (e.g. talking your way out of being caught pickpocketing.) If you try to bluff repeatedly within a short time period, it gets harder to do so. (The guards stop believing it was a misunderstanding if you keep trying to pickpocket people!)
    • Sounds pretty awesome, just one thing that would make it more useful though... If bluff makes its way in, it should work better the more people that are around you and close enough to detect thievery attempts, (since you have an easier time of getting caught, but could also more easily play it off as bumping into someone trying to avoid someone else), that way it becomes feasible to make attempts at 1.0+ weight items without having to zap everyone else out of the room first. Also you should get more 'bluffs' as you get higher, until you can fool someone you're alone with that your hand in their pocket is purely an accident! (maybe 70ish) Since the consequences of being caught stealing are somewhat steep, this skill should be linked to either pickpocketing (both thief skills) or negotiation (both charisma) since it would make sense for haggling to improve your verbal skills all-round, to make it easier to train up without forcing yourself to get caught. Just for fun, it should also work on hostile monsters, possibly with a small chance to pacify them in the process.--Leo Krupps 06:49, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
  • Training (Charisma): Allows you to tame wild animals and people, turning them into pets. Also allows you to train your own pets. Difficulty of taming is based on player skill vs target level. Experience gain of training is relative to player skill. Training improves pet's held weapon skills and worn armor skills (wielding/wearing less focuses the training), as well as providing general experience. Entire process is comparable to training the PC through a book or machine in regards to skill gain, time taken, and how often it can be repeated.
  • Survival (Perception): Adjusts the rate of the player being ambushed on the world map, or places the player in more favorable situations in said ambushes. Perhaps an option to skip them entirely?
    • Survival could also be used to find food when outdoors. Maybe a chance (based on skill and terrain) to forage a meal instead of automatically eating a cargo of traveler's rations?
      • Learning the Survival skill could give you the ability "Scavenge". By using it you could spend a number of turns looking for fruits, berries and nuts similar to a material gathering spot. With a low Survival skill you would rarely find anything and even if you did it'd likely be rotten.
      • Survival would grant you a small chance to survive while traveling when you would otherwise have died from starvation.
      • Survival could make you go hungry at a slower pace from knowledge of how to conserve your food supplies.
  • Hunter: (Similar idea to Survival) Hunter ability allows you to enter a local wilderness square with a chance of having natural low-level monsters (sheep, horses, dogs, snails etc.) Then you kill them for food (bonus to chance of leaving meat). On failure of hunter skill you enter standard wilderness area instead. Chance of success depends on how dangerous the area is (the more dangerous the greater the risk of getting a standard wilderness area).
  • Gatherer: (Similar idea to Survival) Gatherer ability allows you to enter a local wilderness square with no monsters or a few low-level monsters and increased generation of edible wild plants and possibly fruit trees. At higher skill levels useful herbs are increasingly generated. On failure you enter standard wilderness area (as Hunter above).
  • Abilities that combine skill checks with feats. For example:
    • Lullaby: Puts monsters to sleep, chance of success based on Performer skill check. Requires the Performer skill and the Hypnotism feat.
    • Anthem: Strengthens allies, effectiveness based on Performer skill check. Requires the Performer skill and the Natural Leader feat.
    • Waltz: Nearby creatures teleport a short distance in a random direction. Requires the Performer skill and the Dimensional Move feat.
  • Careful strike (Charisma/Dexterity?): A normal attack with attack power and type equal to that of an equipped weapon with a 25%~50% chance of causing a creature hit to not die if reduced to less than 1 hp. Instead, that creature is reduced to just 1 hp. Note: Different from a normal attack in that it is a skill that costs stamina to use. Raydarken 07:23, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Damn fine idea, especially for capturing low-level creatures once you can smash them to bits with your fingers! (the problem I'm having right now. Even throwing puny rocks at them gibs them on impact.) There should also be a disarm skill to make dealing with Mitra-type enemies a little easier for slow characters. Perhaps this could work for that too?--Leo Krupps 06:49, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
      • Everyone wants this. It should be a special action though.
  • Gardening should get trained when pulling up vegetables during farming quests, and your Gardening skill should contribute to how quickly you can pull them up. It seems strange that the Farmer class is currently actually very bad at farming quests due to beginning with Little strength.
  • Carpenter: I want to be able to cut down trees to get materials. Probably only a certain list of materials, like Drift Wood, Sticks, Herbs, Paper, and maybe only one material for each tree cut down (which would take a LOT of stamina) and require an axe. Or maybe put in a skill called Lumberjack that allows this. PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
    • This seems like a good idea.
  • Kindness: A charisma skill. It slightly increses karma gain from quests and some events. It would take a lot of this to increase the gain by much. --Lord \ofObscurity 06:24, 11 August 2009 (UTC)
  • Skill Balances & Changes -
    • Get rid of the Anatomy skill and greatly increase the chance for monsters to drop a corpse. It's blatantly retarded that you have to farm fire resistance gear World of Warcrap style in order to do the Fire Tower, even at level 20+, while there's tons of monsters (read: the sixty thousand fire hounds located absolutely everywhere) that have a near-zero chance to drop a corpse. This is not WoW, gear grinding should not be a focus.
      • Changing corpse drop rates would disrupt the balance of a large part of the game, as corpses have a few important uses. Obviously (and mentioned in the wish below) the problem is almost completely isolated in this one dungeon. I think it would be best to focus on balancing monsters with elemental attacks. Who knows, maybe when crafting is finished that will be another way to gain elemental resistance and you won't need to "farm" monsters for gear? Raydarken 09:26, 20 July 2008 (UTC)
      • How about literally farming them? Slaughterhouse attachment in ranches where the other creatures cannot see you.
      • Even with that we can only get to ## resistance levels by eating corpses. Just FLY and/or go in with lots of metal/dragonscale items on
        • Why add a special place to the ranch for something you can do anywhere on the ranch already?
    • Make Anatomy improve crit chances.
    • Martial Arts - Martial arts are not limited to unarmed fighting. Many Martial arts involve weapons. It is objectively practiced to defend oneself and subdue opponents. Most of it involves technique, while still involving strength.
      • Fix 1: A simple fix is to just change skill "Martial Arts" to something like "Hand-To-Hand"/"Unarmed"/"Boxing"
      • Fix 2: Another fix is to change the governing skill to Dexterity. (A person that studies martial arts should be able to defend his or her self). This skill will give a bonus to the player's Protection Value (PV) similar to how skill "Tactics" complements the Attribute Strength and how Skill "Eye of Mind" complements the Attribute Perception.
      • Fix 3: Both Fixes 1 & 2.
        • Maybe have "Brawling" as a seperate, Strength-based skill from Martial Arts? It might be cumbersome, but I'm not sure that "artful fighting" and "beat it in the face 'till it dies" compliment one another too well. --Estyn 21:25, 3 August 2009 (UTC)
      • Or make it so Martial Arts also helps other weapon skills, like Stone Soup.
    • Evasion
      • If Perception influences the player's ability to evade attacks then this should actually be a Perception Skill.
    • Scythe
      • Change all scythes to heavy weapons (Two handed)
      • Seems more of a defensive weapon, should be a Constitution skill.
    • Jeweler
      • Isn't this mostly involved in making scrolls? Change the name to "Scribe" or "Writer" and make it a Willpower Skill. Crafting a piano would be more suited with the Skill "Carpentry" rather than "Jeweler" or "Scribe"
        • I asked about this on the forums. Noa said that the crafting system is unfinished and plans to make big changes in the future. I assume this includes actual jewelling instead of scroll writing.Kintak 16:14, 24 July 2008 (UTC)
          • Always puzzled me how gem goes in and scroll comes out.
    • Marksman - Shouldn't this be a Dexterity based skill?
      • No - the key challeng in Marksman is spotting the weak point. It is different than stringing a bow and guns don't demand any dexterity at all but are influenced by Marksman.
    • (Implemented or will be implemented soon) Kumiromi's Scythe (and the Scythe of Void? Don't know, don't have it) should invoke Decapitate (### or more since they are special) like other scythes in 1.14.
    • Are these all one person's suggestions on balance?
  • Buff and Unbuff (working titles): Would allow you to transfer attributes from one piece of equipment to another, with Unbuff determining your ability to remove the attribute and Buff determining your ability to add it. There would probably be at least one intermediate step during the process, probably the creation of a "token of <quality><equipment_type><attribute>". The reason why I think this should be divided among two skills is because there would be at least two places that things could go wrong during the transfer with varying levels of consequence -
  1. Possibilities during the Unbuffing (More than one may happen at a time):
    1. Not giving up the attribute - this would result in no token or a 'junk token' being created, but the donor would still retain the attribute for another try.
    2. 'Losing' the attribute - this would mean that the attribute was removed from the donor, but that the token didn't form properly, resulting in no token or a junk token. May not be of much concern if one was removing a negative attribute at the time.
    3. Damage - the donor sustains damage to either its quality (eg godly to miracle) or enchantment (like acid damage, but acidproof won't help).
    4. Destruction - the donor is reduced to an unusable state. Would require a really bad roll, already damaged equipment or both.
  2. Possibilities during the Buffing (Again, more than one may happen at a time):
    1. Failed transfer - the recipient does not retain the attribute. If the process involves at least two skill checks, one could determine whether the token is absorbed (in which case the attribute would be absorbed and the token would be junked) while another determines whether the recipient retains the attribute or if it 'leaks' out.
    2. 'Corrupt' transfer - would result in the recipient getting a negative attribute if the intended attribute was positive (ideally related, eg if the intended attribute was nether resistance, would probably result in nether vulnerability), or an exagerrated version of the attribute if it was negative (eg blood-sucking(#) might become blood-sucking(###)).
    3. 'Incomplete' transfer - would result in the recipient getting a reduced version of the attribute (eg nether resistance(#) when attempting to imbue nether resistance(#####+)). Might be the result of a roll which only meets or slightly exceeds a skill check.
    4. Damage - the same as for Debuffing, only substitute recipient for donor.
    5. Destruction - same as for Debuffing, only substitute recipient for donor.
This is just to test the waters, if anyone else shows interest I'll go into more detail. Also, I'm sorry if this isn't well formatted.
  • Fist of Opatos (Constitution) - Envelop your fist with various rocks and slam the earth, does massive physical damage to all enemies surrounding you. Does not work on "Floating" enemies, To obtain this you must be worshiping Opatos of Earth. There is a 1% chance to obtain this skill when Opatos gives you a reward.
  • Lulwy's Chill (Dexterity) - Blow your enemies away with a powerful gust of wind, does moderate damage to everything on the screen. To obtain this you must be worshiping Lulwy of Wind. There is a 1% chance to obtain this skill when Lulwy gives you a reward.
    • There's only one ability in the game that does damage to everything in the area, and it's not advised to use it. This could be a bolt though, there are no surround or line effects that are special actions for PCs.
  • Jure's Revival (Will) - Revive an ally with 1% of it's Life remaining. To obtain this you must be worshiping Jure of Healing. There is a 1% chance to obtain this skill when Jure gives you a reward.
    • How about all allies and NPCs recently killed in the area, as per book of resurrection? And hardcore SP cost.
    • So, for all three of these, it means three chances at 1% each to get the skill, and that's it? What if you had them as special actions only allowed at higher levels of favour? - Feldherren 23:27, January 3, 2010 (UTC)
  • Whore (Charisma) - prostitute faster/earn more money/client likes you more
    • Change the name to Seduce. -Balewick-

General Edit

  • Make gold and any loose platinum coins automatically pick up! Please! I do not know how many times I've had to press my 0 key on the ten-pad due to money laying there and wasted a turn! ---- Teddy1983
    • I don't see why a single turn is such a huge deal? -Jatopian 21:30, May 5, 2010 (UTC)
    • They probually wont do that, because sometimes theres small medals and plat coins laying around town that people never notice, and if they auto pick them up, people who dont pay attention get a free plat - H3MIX 02:20am , May 05 2010 --
    • Well I will agree on plats...don't give those free, but still the gold itself (ever been on a gold pile when you're at 5 HP and in a dungeon with monsters that might well end you the next turn or two?)
    • Doesn't that make sense, though? Stooping down to grab some money while being chased by monsters strikes me as a death sentance.
  • a version compatible with apple should be made, as when i try to downlaod it to an apple comp it doesn't read it as an extract file but instead as just an unknown file.
  • This is an example. Rfish 06:26, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
    • You can comment on any wishes or add some materials needed. Rfish 06:26, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
  • You should be able to purchase fish and fish products from the fisherman.
    • I have not tried investing, but even if it is available through investing, a generic "fish" should still be available by default, just as bread and raw noodles are.
      • I think all fishes count as baseline fish.
  • It's irritating to move when playing on a laptop, as in all Roguelikes. I have a solution: let the player move with the mouse. No other mouse controls are needed, just a click making you move one step to the direction of the pointer. This would immediately make the game completely playable on laptops.
    • Use arrow keys to get diagonals by pressing both at same time.  Use Numlock function to get access to target select
      • Some laptops dont have a numlock function, also very annoying if playing with a keyboard for another language as some keys are inacessible. The controls should be changeable.
  • Can we have a changelog on the wiki someplace, so we can see the updates in versions? Dilt 20:37, 21 June 2008 (UTC)
  • Done somewhere....I think go to changelog :) --- Teddy1983
  • Ability to demolish Buildings (except home). Either a scroll or action button to remove a building from the map, along with the maintenance costs.
    • I think you can do this with (g)et.
    • Confirmed.This feature is already present.
  • More frequent checking for whether items in your inventory stack, it's annoying to have to drop twenty or so seeds from rotted corpses (or twenty or so rotted corpses, for that matter) and pick them up again just to stack them. Perhaps more generally relevant, it looks like if you keep stuff in a pile that stuff will sometimes not stack, meaning it takes up more space item#-wise than it should, and so you have to pick all the stuff up and drop it again to get it to stack. I think I noticed this with rods.
    • Especially noticable with foods like fruits and vegetables.
  • Wells and fountains should refill themselves, either after rains or after a certain amount of time passes (15 days maybe). (Couldn't agree more. It should at the very least refill after raining or heavy rain. Also, perhaps bad effects could be more prevalent for one week after ether wind to out the gains from this?
    • It seems they do.
      • Really? I didn't notice. Every time I got the message "The well has dried up" it remained as such until I mixed potions into it.
  • Make the card game ACTUALLY playable please! Really....why is there a deck if there's no use? -- Teddy1983 at 11:24 AM EST 4/24/2010
  • Quicklings and golden/silver bells should be removed as possible boss types. When they gain boss status they cannot be killed.
    • Please. Change this. For God's sake and ours.
    • I suppose they're kind of like the *chaos demon* in angband. Am I right in thinking it's traditional in rogue-likes to put a big scary monster on the first level who doesn't do any damage, just to annoy people?--Project2501 19:15, 15 September 2008 (UTC)
      • Nope, that is not tradition. It is tradition however that the RND god messes with your life.--Soyweiser 11:51, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
        • What the heck are you lot on about? I've killed quickling bosses before. I've never encountered a bell boss, but unless they vanish without leaving you victorious, they should be killable.
          • Keep in mind that on the other end of the spectrum, you can get putits, kamikaze yeeks, or, my personal favorite, nurses as the boss monster. It all evens out :)
            • Personally I'd like to see them barred from vanishing in other situations (arena and hunting come to mind.) It's not a problem, it's just underwhelming. Also, I would like to note that I've never gotten my butt kicked by a bell.
  • Make the Nurse no longer heal enemy units and actually help friendlies! -- Note : enemy nurses heal you too so we use that to our advantage
  • Make the game longer. It would be nice if the last boss came back to raise an army and attacked the towns with etherwind monsters or something.
    • The end of the main quest is not the end of the game. Elona does not end.
  • Enemy level and equipment needs to scale along with the dungeon difficulty. Like if you are in a level 40 dungeon all lizardmen, kings or whatever should be around level 40 and have adamantium, diamond or whatever equipment.
    • NO. This was bullshit enough in Oblivion. I'd rather not have yet another screwed up game to mod back to a workable level. Considering this is a rogue-like, it seems pretty likely they'll all spawn with shit that'll take you out instantly. How about getting cursed by this as an optional path, though? Mess with the gods enough and you're hit by this, requires blessed vanish curse scroll to remove.
      • Something like this? "[Race] The gods help your enemies."
        • There are enough events that ruin games already.
  • Should be a way to temporarily adjust strength of the character, e.g. temporarily set your strength to 1 for the purpose of getting a monster down to low life in order to catch it with a ball. then when your done, set strength back to normal in terms of it being "realistic", think of it along the lines of controlling/holding-back ones own strength. a limitation to this could be that the most you can only "lower" your strength by is equal to (dexterity + perception)/2 . Reasons? Dexterity in a sense represents the control of the physical dimensions of strength, and perception would be your own mental perception of strength. no self control/awareness = you cant monitor/control your own strength easily.
    • ADOM does this. Someone ask Biskup if we could rip this off. (Shift+T = Tactics, three grades lower and higher + normal.)
      • I added a skill and a feat below (Tamer Training) that would allow for easier capturing of monsters. This seems to me like a better solution in that it isn't 100% accurate and it would not apply to every character, only those who choose the feat. Raydarken 07:23, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
  • Can there be more ways to get Casino Chips?
    • Games of chance at the casino which will give you chips back would be more useful. Say, video poker or slots for chip, roulette and blackjack for cure corruption. (roulette could have randomly set small graphics like the TV show wheel of fortune along with the numerals and the graphics replacing 1-4 of the numbers in a row for each item. The reason to choose roulette over blackjack would have to be pretty good though, so how about sometimes those slots have multiple winnable items?) This lets lucky players farm corruption or items for their shops for a longer period of time. Leo Krupps 19:22, 10 December 2008 (UTC)
    • Seconded strongly. Why do we have different types of casino machines if all go to blackjack? - Teddy1983
  • Some water tiles for House building maybe? There's a bunch of things to go into water, but no actual water tiles. Or just a bunch of new tiles would be nice.
    • There is some water tiles in the Small Castle building.
      • I don't think you can copy those, just like dry rocks.
        • You're wrong. They're there, look harder.
  • All of the gods are benevolent. I would like to worship a hideously cruel god of death and destruction, just because all these games railroad you into being the good guy. Submitted by random fan.
    • Seconded. Atheism just isn't malevolent enough. Perhaps just a god of evil that can bring your karma out of criminal, allowing you to perpetrate more wickedness?
    • Xom from Linley's Dungeon Crawl comes to mind. Not really cruel, but extremely capricious.
      • BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD, SKELTONS FOR HIS SKEL THRONELeo Krupps 19:22, 10 September 2008 (UTC)
        • I think you would want skulls for his skull throne. I hope that there are no khornites around, they would have your head for this offense --Soyweiser 11:51, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
          • But there aren't any, unless they were recently added. I've never seen'em at any rate. Plus it made a nice pun.
          • Xom was awesome. Learning berserk just because you ripped stuff to pieces while praying was awesome. Dracious 16:27, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
            • I think Xom is based on Khorne, the warhammer chaos god of battle. --Soyweiser 11:58, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
    • They're not all benevolent; Mani and Lulwy seem pretty apathetic to either side. But maybe one or two malevolent dieties would round it out nicely. That said, how about some kind of effect of being an Eyth Infidel?
      • Personal theory Otapos is somewhere between completely evil and completely insane
    • Lulwy is totally evil. I personally believe she is responsible for the Etherwind. Besides, just listen to her. -Jatopian 22:58, November 29, 2009 (UTC)
      • And she is completely unlike a god of wind. The only statement she makes that sounds like one sounds like it is remnants of another god that got developed over. Perhaps there's a god inside Lulwy, except gentle and carefree instead of murderous and apocalyptic?
  • I know it's a long shot, and very unlikely. But can you remove the chance you drop equipment? It's so discouraging when you end up dropping your best item in a place you'll never get to.
    • Perhaps a rare potion that binds an item to you when mixed?
      • Or something like heir trunks and deeds of heirship?
        • I think this would change the balance of the game too much, most roguelikes don't even allow you to respawn. If you didn't lose equipment when you die there would hardly be any significant penalty for dying at all. Raydarken 05:27, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
          • If you die before a pet (unlikely but you never know) your allies should carry the best back for you, however they don't think to drop what they're carrying so if you load them up too much... Give it a little strategy, you know? Only time I've lost items was dying in the wilderness, such a pain in the ass to enter once you're a high level. I carry rods of teleportation everywhere, and this is one such reason. (zap away dangerous foes, look for required junk 'birthday' item.) That's really the only reason I would see for it, to combat the chance of horrific random encounters once your level is really high, but if you got there without acquiring necessary gear/resists. (more than likely by abusing the bubble level)--Leo Krupps 07:37, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
            • There's the precious status for special items, perhaps a sub quest that gives you the chance to give that stat to ONE item.
    • You can Curse objects and wear things which will prevent random teleports
      • And wear items that prevent theives stealing gold from you. The <Beggar's Pendant> anyone? Freis 22:57, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
      • How about just protecting anything worn at the expense of more regular items being lost and maybe a slightly steeper stat loss? -- Teddy1983 7:57 PM 4/29/2010
    • Personally, I think losing a sizable amount of money, plus the potential to LOSE HARD-EARNED SKILL which you may have put a lot of platinum pieces into, is enough penalty WITHOUT losing something irreplaceable.
  • Status effect: Charmed; will not attack creatures of the opposite gender, slightly affects spellcasting failure and weapon accuracy
    • Given that you can sleep with and marry just about anything, regardless of gender or species, I don't know how I feel about having an effect that works off the idea of "opposite gender", especially when the sprites used to represent many humanoid monsters give the wrong impression as to the creature's gender.
      • Have the Charmed status cause the mob to become a temporary ally.
        • Seconded.
  • Reduce or eliminate karma loss when stealing outside of town (after all, there's no karma loss for killing friendly creatures, at the moment.)
    • There should probably be a karma loss for killing friendly creatures now that you mention it. ^_^ Raydarken 14:42, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Idea, no karma loss for stealing (no guards to scream to after all), but if you kill them when they retaliate instead of leaving /going up or down a floor, then you get the karma loss.Leo Krupps 01:20, 11 September 2008 (UTC)


  • A high pickpocket skill could decrease the chance of feeling "pangs of conscience" after stealing. After all, an experienced pickpocket is probably going to be more used to stealing and feel fewer pangs of conscience as a result.
    • You shouldn't feel pangs of conscience when stealing from hostile opponents.
      • Monsters also shouldn't be calling for the guards. Change that too, please. -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
  • It would be nice if the storage limit for storehouses were higher/removed.
    • Doubling it should be fine IMO. It seems a lot of space is taken up by different coloured dyes or multiple cursed/blessed potions and scrolls. So annoying.
  • Please remove the need to identify useless items like rocks, or bones. Also, lower the cost of identifying items for lower levels.
    • The problem is that rocks count as a weapon, as crappy and numerous as they are. Just don't pick up junk. I'm going to post a tip in the FAQ about early-game identification/money making, since it's not a problem once you know how to make some decent cash.
      • Rocks were a poor example, I meant remove the need to Identify things like Animal Bones, Maps, Food, Junk Stones, Etc.
        • Maybe it should be better to give some sense in the junk identifying instead? Actually i've tried to identify some bones, wishing to find some interesting properties, it's just suits this game.
  • Currently, fruit can be gotten from a tree by using the 'bash' command on it. When I first found a tree with fruit I assumed that I would be able to pick the fruit by standing on the tree and pressing the space bar, and since that failed I figured that fruit wasn't pickable; I only found out about bashing trees later when reading talk about the game online. Could picking fruit from fruit trees using the space bar be added?
    • Would probably take more time anyway. Just lob it in the tutorial.
  • Have the option to pay extra when buying furniture for NPCs to haul the item to your house and put it in a spot you choose. This is to allow you to buy heavy items (water tub, etc) that could not normally be carried.
    • Alternatively there could be a separate vendor who offers a delivery service like this. When items are bought that are too heavy, they get dropped by your feet, and then you go to the delivery vendor to select an item in town, pick it up, and set it to a destination. It would then be put into a waiting list for your house: you could then use the house board to place it. Moving heavy items in your home with the house board would also be quite nice in general, possibly for a cost proportional to the weight of the item (300.0s = 300 gp to move). --JT
    • Have 'delivery notes' available in general stores, rated for different upper weight limits. Hold the object, read the note and target the object and it is transported to a random empty (if there is one) space in the (owned) building you select.
    • Or remove the ridiculously heavy items and sell blueprints for them instead which you'll need carpentry and any other related skills to build it yourself. Just a Blueprint item, read to see the list Objects needed (possibly other items in addition to materials) Then mix blueprint with Carpenters tool or Sewing Kit, or whatever is needed. Destroying that tool in the process just for an added expense.
  • Allow players to use their wish on extra body parts, so if the player wishes for "hand" then he'd get an extra hand. (Maybe this type of wish should only be extended to the mutant race.)
    • Seems logical. Seconded.
    • Or Snails! You could have this wish applicable to any race if you put a limit on how many slots you can have. If I read the Mutant description correctly, they end up with a total of 14 slots. So perhaps make the limit 15? (A mutant could only wish for one extra slot while a snail would have to wish many times to get up to 15.) EDIT: If the character is at max slots, and they wished for another one, the wished slot would replace a random one, dropping any items that were equipped in that slot on the ground.
      • Mutants start with a Body, Hand, Shoot, and Ammo slot, and can gain as many as 12 more through gaining levels (1 slot per 3 levels, up to 36.) This means a mutant can have as many as 16 slots, not 14. Standard-slotted characters (any other standard race aside from snails) are limited to 13 slots (Head, Neck, Back Body, Arm, 2 Hands, 2 Rings, Waist, Leg, Shoot, Ammo). Chest, Shoot, and Ammo slots can't be obtained through the mutant racial ability.
    • Snails are not supposed to be easy to play. Thats the entire point. And having other races be able to mutate would make the mutant race lose its unique ability.
      • Snails are a question of "can you survive to level 12?" Snails can become gene engineers, and with enough Small Medals or lucky finds from Magic Shops, can get Scrolls of Ally or Rods of Domination. Asuras exist, allowing you to potentially create a pet that has sixteen slots (Head, Neck, Back, Body, Arm, 4 Hands, 2 Rings, Waist, 2 Legs, Shoot, Ammo). If you can somehow dominate/summon a Great Race of Yith, it gets even more absurd - 18 slots (Head, Back, Body, Arm, 4 Hands, 4 Rings, Waist, 2 Legs, Shoot, Ammo). Pulling off either of these stunts and then hiding behind the whirling buzzsaws of death you've created basically turns the rest of the game into easy-mode. Switch between a Grenade and a Shuriken as your personal weapon for maximum hilarity, and get the hypnosis feat to knock out monsters that get too close. If you can pull this off as a Snail for long enough to actually get a wish (they're not exactly common, even if you drink from the holy well in Noyel and scour the souvenir shops of Larna for Rods of Wish religiously), I think you've earned the right to wish yourself into a standard set of body slots. Keep in mind, even with a standard set of slots, you're still a snail; your life is abysmal, your speed is the stuff of jokes, and you still die the minute a Cleaner decides to salt you, even with your big bad Hindu and Mythos bros backing you up.
    • Allow wishing (or mutation events?) to remove 'extra' slots above the race standard. For people who prefer to roleplay their character with the right number of legs.


  • Allow players to place godly and artifact items in their museum to increase its rank. This only makes sense, since it is a museum after all.
    • Seconded. This is an excellent suggestion.
      • More than excellent. I will be the second to second this. Miracle items, too, just to be safe. Dracious 16:27, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
        • An extension of this idea could be to add special types of furniture objects (possibly called "antiques"), found only in dungeons, that can also increase the rank of the Museum.
          • The museum is more like the museum of nature. Perhaps a whole new building for this.
  • Save more often to prevent cheating.
    • That is up to the player to decide, this isn't some MMO.
      • That's up to Noa to decide; this isn't some democracy. It's also a roguelike. If Noa intended for people to be able to cheat without using wizard mode, he wouldn't make the game save automatically.
        • That's up to you to decide, this isn't ANY roguelike. You can hit Shift + S to save at ANY TIME. Although, you have to exit the game. There is a save-state-like feature in wizard mode, as I wrote in my guide. Dracious 16:27, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
    • Currently, you can alt-F4 just when you die, before entering your death message, and reload before your death. Big flaw.
      • No, that's intentional so you don't die to really dumb shit like moongates (user-uploaded maps). If you want to take the lumps, then take the lumps, but don't try to force it on the rest of us. -Jatopian 21:24, December 18, 2009 (UTC)
  • What about an easy mode? Playing the game normally is extremely hard, but using wizard or the debug races is easy. It'd be nice to have something in between. Perhaps give a character in easy mode 1 rank in each skill?
    • Sort of defeats the purpose of being a roguelike. Half the thrill of the genre is that all the games are tough as nails.
      • It would have zero effect on the people who still played on the normal mode. And hell, why not put in a hard mode while they're at it? Enemies that have more attack and hp, less gold, what have you.
        • But it's not SUPPOSED to be easy. You're supposed to learn the mechanics so you can exploit them, not just turn down the difficulty level. Roguelikes are about the journey, not the destination.
          • Easy mode? Almost no other roguelike allows the player the option to avoid death. At all. As stated above, this style of game is meant to be hard and I personally believe permadeath should be default in this game. Making the game easier is a step in the wrong direction. The world of the game is huge and the design is such that if you take the time to learn, survival with almost any class is very easy. And again, if you die, you can get back up! Raydarken 05:35, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
            • Permadeath in a game like this is stupid. Being hard is one thing: being unbalanced and in some areas, impossible, is another. NO ONE who plays this game gets through it on one life. There are too many random and deadly effects for permadeath.
            • Molotov shots ftw! Go stupid NPCs!
            • Permadeath is normal. Go play ADOM. Then come back and complain about it. Seriously, guys, this is the easy mode of ALL roguelikes. Get a grip! Dracious 16:27, 16 September 2008 (UTC)
              • No amulet of life-saving.
              • yea the penalty isn't that bad either. what's bad are permanent stat changes
              • This is the first I heard the term roguelike,and I know another game that fits the bill, Shirin the Wanderer. You think death in this game is bad? In Shirin, if you die, you lose all your items in your bag (Leaving you with any gear you might have in your warehouse), get returned to start, and get leveled down to 1. If you try to cheat death by turning the game off abnormally, it rewrites your save file, effectively killing you. If you do complete a full map, you get returned to start, and level 1, but keep your gear thankfully. From what I understand, that's still mild in terms of roguelike standards. Not quite permadeath, but pretty damned close.
                • [start rant] Who gives a flying #%$@ what standard "roguelikes" are like?!?!? We'll cal this game a 'rouguelikylikelike' and then none of that matters. Many people want an easy mode so let them ask for an easy mode. My stance is, if people aren't having fun in a game they can ask for changes then shut up, they can change it themselves and shut up, or they can find a new game and, you guessed it, shut up. The same goes for THOSE PEOPLE who like the game as is. so now that everyone and their grandma has had their say, why dont we all shut up and let developers like Noa do what they do best, Develop what THEY want.[/rant]
  • New rod/scroll/book, perhaps named polymorph. Unlike alchemy, these plentiful and helpful buggers only change items into similar classes of items. Using it on a weapon changes it into a different weapon with all the same positive and negative enchantments much like change/inferior material. Mostly a cure for hideously stupid RNG luck once your cooking gets too high. Nothing like winding up with 24 cream puffs, 5 cookies, 11 sachertortes, and NO cakes, when the quest specifically calls for a cake. When used on furniture and light objects, it turns it into something of similar VALUE instead of weight/type, perhaps. Leo Krupps 01:20, 11 September 2008 (UTC)
    • Hrm...actually, I'd just like to be able to try to "target" particular outcomes when doing things like cooking. How do I end up with a Fruit Cake when I was trying for Pudding?
Seconding this. It could just be automatic based on current cooking quests. -Jatopian 03:38, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
  • Flying needs a huge re-work to make the Fire Tower possible to beat. What I'd say to do would be to change the < and > controls (currently used only to move up/down stairs if you don't want to use Enter) to "move down" and "move up" respectively. Hitting these buttons will still move you up and down stairs, but add in new functionality. If you have high dexterity/strength, you can hit "move up" to jump a few squares in a straight line. If you have a feather, ether disease that gives you wings, boots of levitation or some other means of flight, you can hit "move up" once to float just above the ground. This lets you avoid ground hazards (such as the molten floors of Fire Tower) while still being able to attack. Floating tires you out slightly easier. Hitting "move up" again will cause you to fly, meaning you can no longer attack with melee weapons and be unable to pick up items on the ground, but can fly over some enemies and avoid ground obstacles entirely. This tires you out quickly. Hitting move down while in Flight moves you to Hover, and hitting move down again moves you to Walk.
  • Re-work status effects. It's blatantly retarded that certain enemies (read: everything in the pyramid) is capable of chain-fearing and chain-dimming you for 100+ turns until you are dead. Fear should work once or twice, then not work again for several hundred turns. It doesn't make sense that a veteran adventurer would be shitting their pants for eight hours just because they saw a mummy. It's also quite retarded that a single enemy (the stupid coffin things that die in one hit) are capable of cursing literally everything you have in one turn. Make it more like Nethack, where only two enemies (Liches and the Wizard himself) were capable of cursing anything.
    • Save every status-effect-nulling item that you find, especially things like fear and confusion.
      • A solution from Steamband, these attacks are rare, but cumulative, and only last a couple turns, but get multiplier boosts if surrounded by more of that creature. (IE the spiders that crawl on you.) If you think all-curse is bad btw, wait until you forget everything encountered in the game. Ow. At least you can just summon monsters to slowly cure other ailments. But forgetting requires a mountain of IDs.
        • Nevertheless, it's very unbalanced and incredibly frustrating when my level 8 tooled-up warrior gets killed in one hit by a kobold, just because it *dimmed* me.--Project2501 19:15, 15 September 2008 (UTC)
          • This is the point of the steamband example, actually. Negative effects last so short that the only way to die is to be fighting something out of depth or getting mobbed. A negative effect shouldn't be the cause of death, the player's poor reaction should. The only one that lasts awhile is confusion, though you pull off the correct action 20% of the time. You can use that to try and make your way to a hallway and get rid of the effect there. It's very nicely balanced.--Leo Krupps 23:19, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
            • Dim status is pretty overpowered. It needs to be an equipment-based resistance like everything else. -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
              • Supposedly, there already is an equipment based resistance for dim status. One of the "true" fortunes in a fortune cookie says that sound resistance lessens the chance of getting dimmed.
                • Yeah, but that only goes so far. In a mob of cubes, carbuncles, silver-eyed witches, &c., you're still pretty screwed over.
                  • Adventurers have plenty of tricks up their sleeve to counter such without nerfing monsters. Throwing potions, using rods, spells, pets, special ammo, special actions...besides PCs can use shield bash better than monsters.
  • Dungeons should probably be tweaked. Towers could have their up/down staircases switched. Forts and forests could have multiple maps on the same floor, perhaps.
    • Seconded. Kind of underwhelming, that. How about Towers and forts go up, caves go down, and trees go up down up down?
    • New dungeon type: Labyrinth, consists of one large maze floor, and the boss is wandering somewhere in the maze. Magic mapping scrolls will be very useful here.
  • I would like to be able to use 'dig' to create new roads through empty grass.
    • Building bridges ala ADOM would be fine too. And any other necessary 'crossing' structures if you really want shortcuts.
      • Should be able to bug the elders/king to do this, actually. What the hell do they do anyway, other than sit on their asses eating sachertortes?
        • Something to do with the unimplemented Town Book. And sachertortes.
  • Alternate endings to some of the sub-quests. For example, instead of planting the Nuke in the Teddy Bear, you could turn it in to a NPC within Palmia instead (maybe General Conery, the guy that gives you the Minotaur quest?) for a similar reward, but causes Derphy to become hostile to you. Or perhaps he'll tell you to plant it in a Teddy Bear that's inside Derphy as Palmia's 'official reply' to Noel (and the rogue town in general). The reward would be less than carrying out Noel's orders, however, seeing as there isn't a karma loss associated with it (unless Derphy was made to be forever hostile to the player? Would ruin job quests, ranch slavers and (future) Thieves Guild members, though.) This can also be used on the aftermath of quests such as the 'Pael and her mom' quest, where after receiving the reward from Lily, you could choose to continue to give her a set number of (Blessed?) Potions of Cure Corruption to overwhelm the already advanced stages of the Etherwind disease that's on her, but with a time limit to do so before she either dies from it or chooses to end her own life herself somehow. In the case of success, you would get the reward from Pael instead for getting her mother back to normal and fit enough to play with her - perhaps in the form of some sort of secret treasure? Like say, a secret treasure that slows down the growth of the Etherwind disease, or something similar. Something that would make it worth it for those that aren't satisfied with just a really warm feeling in their heart for doing so, anyway. Izen One 14:50, 13 July 2008 (Australian EST)
    • Perhaps more uses for the nuke overall, for example quests involving an invading force or a den of a multiplying monster near the town preparing to come to the surface. Or finding a wrecked alien starship. Or having to seal a volcano (where the hard part is getting to the top to throw it in due to a fire-type monster residing there). Or perhaps even killing dark deities by following a map to their shrine then saccing it, Stargate style. Leo Krupps 06:16, 14 September 2008 (UTC)
  • How about there being some way to summon the gods, or an area where they appear physically? Some people want to make god-pets. :D
    • They might have appeared as some level 113 monster killed a goddess.
      • For some reason this makes me think of Dwarf Fortress...So many Named creatures in my game, dead...And not killed by me!
    • This brings up another point, how about a way to name your pets? Monsters especially, in case you want multiples of one.--Leo Krupps 23:19, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
      • You can name your pet. But how about changing the name to default if left blank?
  • A dialog box should pop up when your contract with an adventurer you hired expires, informing you that the contract expired and whether you would like to renew it. Right now a message just appears that the contract is up, and the adventurer just goes off, usually right on the world map. I was left wondering what happened to my companion in the beginning when they just disappeared.
    • Second this.
      • Thirded. Hey Noa, ever play Jagged Alliance? Like that!--Leo Krupps 07:37, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
        • Fourthed. -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
          • Fifthed. Please implement this, Noa! --ARR8 20:35, February 16, 2010 (UTC)
          • Sixthed. Do it! -- Teddy1983 8:17 PM EST 4/29/2010
  • Flavor text for identified items when examining with the 'x' key, or a description of its function unless the function of the item is best left a mystery to the player.
    • Heh heh, Steamband again. I know, I know, I keep mentioning it, but I really do find it that well done. Leo Krupps 06:16, 14 September 2008 (UTC)
    • Definitely a description of the function, particularly when it isn't obvious from the name. For instance, how does the new adventurer know what a scroll of wonder does short of resorting to this wiki? All learned spells display their effects clearly in the cast menu, no reason scrolls/potions can't say something about what they do.


  • Ability to ask guards the direction of an adventurer once you discover they are in town through the informer. Similar to what is done with quest NPCs.
    • Or teleport to them ala quest boards.
  • New Job Quest: Against The Horde (Minimum difficulty: 10 or more red danger levels. Only available in Palmia.) - Inspired by the Kamikaze Attack sub quest. This quest is like a 'bigger' version of the Hunting job quest. In this quest, you will be thrown to one side of a given battlefield map with 10 (or more) Elite Palmian Soldiers (scaled to difficulty level) who will do nothing but charge to the other side of the map, where a horde of monsters will charge towards your side of the map from. These monsters will be at least 4 levels above the level of the Elite Palmian Soldiers, and there will be a monster 'general' whose level is at least 3 higher than that of its minions and can be identified by the <Lv.##> tag. This general may drop items similar to that of a dungeon boss being slain, but only at higher difficulty levels (maybe at 20+?). The objective of this quest is to either survive for X turns or to kill all enemies, though it might be better to have it 'Kill All Enemies' so that you cannot finish the quest by simply hiding behind the Elite Palmian Soldiers. The quest reward will be a whole lot of gold (say, 30k minimum?) and at least 5 platinum coins, as well as an amount of small medals that depends on how many monsters you (or your pets) killed (1 for every 3 normal monsters, 5 for the general). Kills by the Elite Palmian Soldiers will not count towards this small medal bonus. To raise the difficulty more, the enemy 'general' may be equipped with some sort of blessed beneficial artifact that has a very low chance to drop when killed, but cannot be obtained via Pickpocket. Izen One 19:28, 15 July 2008 (Australian EST)
    • How about a new artifact that randomly appears here too? Something really good that's also super-dangerous in the duration of the quest. Like a new gun that makes the Railgun look like a pea shooter. But is spawned with the boss. A boss who doesn't prefer direct combat and knows both teleport spells.--Leo Krupps 07:37, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
  • Allow players to invest in traders for better goods and to give them more on-hand gold so they can buy more from the player.
    • This would require actually having more types of cargo. Don't see this happening soon unless Noa gets particularly bored one day.
  • Greatly reduce the chance of packs of monsters with breath weapons (read: hounds) from spawning. It's stupid that 300+ fire hounds are all living on one floor of a dungeon, and even more dumb that you have to sit there and watch each and every one of them take turns using their breath weapon. Also, make Fireproof Blankets have infinite charges. Again, it's stupid that one blanket lasts all of two seconds against the masses of flame hounds in every dungeon.
    • As of version 1.13 Hounds uses their breath attacks less often.
      • A little something to make the game an eentsy bit harder. Reduced chances for hounds of opposing elements/effects being spawned, especially in overworld. Nothing like getting cold breathed twice and having six fire hounds behind you turn into sculptures. Thanks, ice hound!
        • OK, so the RNG is occasionally merciful. This is a problem why, exactly? -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
          • Maybe they were his fire hounds. That would be ouch.
  • New weather: Heatwave. Causes you to get tired quicker from actions and perhaps eat a bit of stamina per turn passed when moving while stuck in a heatwave, and has a chance of turning a random potion in your inventory into an empty bottle. Heatwaves would only occur during certain months of the year, in 'seasonal' terms. Izen One 19:59, 17 July 2008 (Australian EST)
    • Sounds good, but it ought to come with items to block/reduce effect as well. Or maybe you can now throw important potions into the cooler. Possibly only a twice a year occurrence during months 7 and 8, no longer than a couple days, with one extra occurrence in the southernmost parts of the western hemisphere of the map. Leo Krupps 06:16, 14 September 2008 (UTC)
  • It would help a lot if whenever your character reached a critical status such as starving!, needs sleep, or extremely low hp if the game printed out a message for you as another way to get your attention. IIRC when etherwind starts to blow you get a warning message, it could be something like that. For example, starving: "You will die if you don't eat something soon!". The critical hp message could show whenever the heartbeat sound begins to play. Raydarken 14:30, 17 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Probably like the way ADOM informs you of stages like that: a really loud beep, and automatically stop any ADOM-equivalent auto-turn actions that were taking place at the time, along with the message popping up in a different colour. Izen One 16:11, 19 July 2008 (Australian EST)
      • The status ailments in the bottom left of your screen should already be enough of a warning. Either way, after being hungry for a while the status goes from Hungry to Hungry! to Starving ("You have to eat something NOW") to Starving! ("You are starving!") before you start losing health.
      • He's likely running (hold shift key) across terrain that scrolls the bar fast (firey terrain, fieldland like yowyn's) and burdened, a prompt that stops the game and says "you are now starving" like the random events would be better.
        • It would probably vastly improve the situation just to have it blink.
  • Have gods play a bigger role in the game; perhaps with more random events related to them. The more you worship a god, the more it should help you. On the other hand, the more you worship that god, the more jealous the other gods should become.
    • Other gods shouldn't care about non-believers; but have some event happen to you, depending on the spot.
      • Well the way I figure it is that the other gods would get jealous if one of them is getting tons of attention from someone. The player wouldn't be a "non-believer" like someone worshiping the Eyth; he'd be more like someone ignoring all the gods but one.
    • Maybe we could have god given pets, like Black Cat or Android, etc can occasionally give you a quest from your god, or have a dialogue option to ask if your god has anything they'd like done for a big faith boost on completion. Perhaps a once a month thing? Freis 23:16, April 21, 2010 (UTC)
      • Or you could give sacrifices to them for a miniscule percentage of what you'd get for using an altar.
  • How about adding a new faction, the Tyris Inquisition to weed out nonbelievers and such? anon 8:18, 19 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Or just an enemy that aggros to Eyth Infidels.
  • At world map, shouldn't tiredness go away faster?
    • Are you waiting? If you're waiting that only uses one turn I think, it's when you walk that you use up a bundle of turns.
  • Shit can be thrown at someone and inflict mind damage, which causes results similar to panties.
    • Berserk status instead of mind damage.
      • There is no berserk status. How about really high aggro? Keeps the kobolts from chasing your yerles machine infantry.
    • For that matter, make any weapon you can 'T'hrow usable by throwing OR 'T'hrow and still do its damage (at the risk of losing one of your mass number of shiruken
  • When you search a material spot on the world map and successfully find any, you should find at least twice as many materials as when you search indoors. The reason for this is because it takes much longer to search for materials on the world map than indoors. Raydarken 09:59, 20 July 2008 (UTC)
    • Seconded.
      • Thirded Leo Krupps 06:16, 14 September 2008 (UTC)
    • This makes sense, but it's so frustrating because I get garbage 1000000% of the time! If this was to be implemented, at least make garbage less likely. (I'll make a separate one about this) --ARR8 00:37, February 18, 2010 (UTC)
  • More gender-related quests and interactions (more of an individualized response to the PC by NPCs), potentially accompanied by some sort of change gender potion (partially related to the wish option). I think the concept could easily be expanded to other related things (like werewolves, were...bears, age-dependent quests (maybe some sort of fountain of youth thrown in). Or maybe there's potential to just copy Ranma and throw in a pool that results in a random PC-changing curse that happens when you're caught in the rain (not to sure how that'd be removed, though).
  • The Player may choose to slay an adventurer when they kill them. This will actually kill the adventurer FOREVER (No respawn). They will be replaced by a randomly generated adventurer in a few days.
    • insert Event Dialogue "You have banished Adventurer X from Elona"
    • Player will receive "Soul of <Adventurer>" which can be offered to their deity to improve their relationship (This value is determined by the level of the Adventurer killed, level 1-5 will give tiny, 6-10 will give slightly more, etc.)
      • If the Harvester class is ever implemented, they should be given a feat which applies a bonus to this.
        • This is a terrible idea. If you can respawn, why shouldn't other adventurers? You aren't special. -Jatopian 03:38, 23 April 2009 (UTC)
          • Agreed, this should never be put in. Unless of course other Adventurer's can return the favor and slay you in which case i'd be happy to see it.
            • Or as a special equipment attribute. Wait maybe that's what "It kills the enemy" does. Also, sometimes they don't respawn anyway.
  • Mouse Support.
    • No. This is not an MMO. LOL.
    • and it would fuck you over when tabbing out anyway.
      • Do it like in the Vulture's Eye/Claw versions of Nethack and SlashEM. Mouse support, click to move to any square, taking 1 turn per square. It doesn't have any problem with alt-tabbing (can't see why it would, anyway), and the MMO comment seems completely non-sequitur.
  • Have a way to tell whether or not a non-pet creature is hostile to you. Perhaps with a different text color?
    • Using a Stethoscope will display your pet's health in blue.
  • Bonus to Gardening check if the player drops a shit on a field square and then plants a seed on that same square.
    • On second thought, Mix a vial of dirty water with a shit to make a bottle of fertilizer. Then Throw the bottle of fertilizer. If it lands on a field square, it'll turn the square a different color. That square will grant a bonus to Gardening checks when a seed is planted in it, for both survival and for resprouting. Blessed fertilizers can grant either a bigger bonus or an increased duration of the bonus. Cursed fertilizer will turn a field square white, and no seed will grow in that square.
  • Innkeepers sleeping during ether wind? If this sleeping time were eliminated or at least reduced, a lot of stupid mutations could be avoided.--Tehngion 05:23, 1 August 2008 (UTC)
    • In the case of an emergency (ie Etherwind), you could always 'b'ash them awake, at the cost of 1 karma (or no karma loss if you know how to achieve that).
      • Why the hell are they SLEEPING in the Etherwind anyways?
        • At least a story explanation why everyone but you seems to be immune. Perhaps the slow increase in etherwind over time has left them all with high intrinsic resistance?
  • Display on character sheet showing which attributes have been maintained by equipment, luck excluded.
    • Have the secondary equipment view (accessible by pressing 'z' while viewing your worn equipment) display the maintained attribute in brackets ("[3]" if the item improves an attribute by three and maintains it)
  • Ability to choose level of spell you cast once that spell has reached that level. For example, if you have leveled Ice bolt to 5, you could choose to cast level 1 to 5 Ice Bolt, but you could not cast level 6 or anything below 1.
    • The added step seems slightly annoying, unless you held a key while selecting that spell.
  • As a rare merchant, there should be one that sells platinum coins. The base price should be high of course (at least 10k base).
  • It would be nice to have an indicator of how much favour you currently have with your god. Simply having a few different offering messages depending on your level would save people from having to pray/alt+F4 to 'check' if their current favour is good enough for a reward. Alternatively, just auto-reward people when their offering level gets high enough for a reward.
    • There is already a message that you are eligible for a god's reward. It appears as "" since it hasn't been translated. (Needs confirmation) Confirmed. I request that this be translated. It's very easy to miss. -Jatopian 00:30, 28 April 2009 (UTC)
  • It would be nice if freezers and other storage items can be used in places other then your home, such as in a ranch or farm.
  • An option to choose if you want the escort NPCs to assist you in combat or not.
  • If you're a criminal town guards wouldn't attack your escort NPCs and escort NPCs wouldn't attack guards if the guards attack you. After all, the escort NPCs haven't probably done anything, unless you add a possibility of a "criminal NPC" joining your group.
    • It's not the guards hostile to the NPC, it's the NPC hostile to the guards trying to slaughter their protector.
  • When attempting to identify all items at once some items are not identified properly despite that they do not require a higher level of identification method. As an example, fireproof and coldproof blankets do not get their number of charges identified and if a character is carrying unidentified blankets as their only unidentified items then identification from a shopkeeper is not possible.
  • Technologist Guild - Access to the technologists guild gives the player access to a trainer, a technology vendor, an ammunition vendor, and additionally an "expert machinist" who can, for an exponential fee, improve technology based weapons (grenades, guns, laser pistols, etc.)
    • Should be located at the Cyber Dome, of course.
  • Trading Post - a building on the map like the Embassy where materials can be traded back and forth with the NPCs for different materials. I'm sick and tired of having 1,000+ Pebbles when I desperately need some Paper or a Vein. Possibly add in quests to bring in X amount of materials for a small gold/PP reward, or maybe randomize the amount of materials needed for a certain trade-in over time (for instance, day 1 it takes 10 Garbage to get 1 Pebble, on day 15 it's 8 Garbage for 1 Pebble, and then next month it's 12 Garbage for 1 Pebble.) PratzStrike 02:00, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
    • Hopefully the online mode will support item/material trading one day too!
      • How about just a scroll of combine materials? Combines all your lower ranked materials into higher ones at random.
  • I've actually been stewing over the rotten food issue for a while. My latest character is a Kuromimi worshiper, and I find that I constantly have mass amounts of rotten fruits, vegetables, and corpses in my inventory because I've been trying to save them to get seeds, and I'd love something to actually do with them. Possible ideas include turning them into projectile weapons throwable with T (does little to no damage, makes the invisible visible, can force target to spend a turn throwing up), using rotten fruit and water/dirty water to create alcohol (wine leaps to mind - possibly an addon to the farm? A small machine off to one side that creates alcohol when the correct amount of water/dirty water and fruit/rotten fruit is added to it?) and my personal favorite, as compost for the farm - allow us to 'sacrifice' rotten items directly into farm tiles, adding a small bonus (stacking with rain) up to a certain point (2 items? 3? Determinant on level of the item?) to the quality and survivability of whatever the next item is grown on it. This could also be related to the previously mentioned fertilizer idea. PratzStrike 05:50, 29 August 2008 (UTC)
    • Awesome ideas! Seconded!--Leo Krupps 23:48, 25 February 2009 (UTC)
  • Requesting items from sufficiently ranked shopkeepers/maybe a special NPC for this. It's annoying trying to find high level monster balls or a musical instrument at shops. You should have an option to pay a shopkeeper and ask them to find and hold an item for you, and like after a week or so check back; either they didn't get it and you wasted the money or they got it and you need to pay a ripoff price for the item (probably more than the Larna vendor, to prevent his potions of potential and superior material from becoming worthless). I suppose this would be similar to requesting copies of a book from the magic guild, but I've never used it myself.
  • Timeskip option. I don't know if this would mess up the balance too badly, but there should be a way to spend like a month at your home quickly - even faster than when using it as a shelter, and not limited to poor weather - for farming, ranching, resetting towns and shopkeepers.
    • It's generally ill-advised to waste game time, when you could be pursuing your other affairs. Your salary doesn't stay up by itself.
  • Monsters with the ability to split should have a limit to how many "generations" of spawns they can throw out. That, or get rid of the 50+ of mass monsters in Port Kapul for me... and the 25+ {mass monsters} in the sewers. I realise that splitting monsters pass on their HP to whatever gets spawned, but if you even take just 3 hits to kill one... well, you do the math.
    • Perhaps change the mechanics so that a monster has to sacrifice HP to give to it's duplicate. Something like one-third. And the resulting monster would have....one third max HP.
      • Splitting Hp is good, reworking max Hp is too hard, what about dealing flat damage to the monster instead? Then a monster with low damage would die if it split, leaving pretty much the same monster behind, but in an adjacent spot. Either this or splitting hp would keep weak-thewed NPCs from becoming bubble farms, since the speed of the horde's growth would be related to their regneration.
  • "Obese" status effect for characters who eat too much. Decreased speed and dexterity, increased hunger and energy loss.
    • In addition increasing weight?
    • You're walking around killing shit, stealing shit, and generally messing shit up. You would NEVER get obese doing this in real life, either. The word you're searching for is "stout." (See for example, the pikemen in Capcom's Knights of the Round, Xiahou Yuan in Dynasty Warriors, or Popeye's archnemesis.)--Leo Krupps 07:37, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
  • Ways to make house customization easier. I.E. F+click fills the area with the selected tile, L+click sets a starting point for a line of tiles, L+click again sets the ending point.
  • Vomiting probability (by any reason) could be decreased with respect to CON attribute.
    • Noooo. I like vomiting.
    • Easiest way to abort aliens. Should not be removed.
  • God worship should be about more than just offering stuff at an altar until gou get a nifty pet or item. Gods should have rivalries with other gods, or gain traits and abilities unique to that god. i.e. a worshipper of Mani may gain cyborg-like traits.
    • Perhaps not new advantages but some light restrictions. Ex. Cheating at Blackjack makes Ehekatl angry at you for circumventing luck, if you eat a cat under Lulwy you get double Karma hit and anger.
      • Cats are sacred to Ehekatl, not Lulwy. She just calls you "kitty" because you're her 'pet' (she's a BDSM dominatrix, after all). I like the idea of each god providing an ongoing bonus to keep you cultivating favor long after the god has given you all their gifts, as well as placing restrictions on your behavior to stay in their good graces. I've come up with some possible ideas below:
      • Hiding from Etherwind or bad weather in general in a Shelter (as Lulwy's the one who controls weather) should tick Lulwy off (she provides a speed bonus just for worshipping her, and lets you use Lulwy's trick and the gem of god speed on top of it; there really needs to be a downside to such a powerful god bonus). Lulwy's speed bonus and special action are already a reason to cultivate ongoing favor with her.
      • Mani should get exasperated if you eat 'natural' food, especially fruit and vegetables (he made Cyber Snacks for a reason you faithless schmuck!) - corpses are OK so long as they're cooked (why else did he let you invent fire and stewpots?) Mani should also be annoyed if you use low-tech ranged weapons like shuriken, bows, crossbows and panties. Grenades are awesome, and guns of any kind are great. Mani makes exceptions for any gear made out of zylon, as it's an entirely-synthetic fabric. Ongoing high favor with Mani should allow you to consume chips, machines, and other mechanical objects (including guns) as food, improving statistics, resistances & potentials based on the material the object was made of, and giving you a secondary source of food (Ex. "You eat a titanium pistol. Mani of Machine allows your body to assimilate the object. Very boring food. This food is good for your strength. Your muscles grow stronger.")
      • Kumiromi dislikes it when you eat anything but natural food (after all, he's Kumiromi of HARVEST.) He's okay with corpses and cooked plants - just not stuff you can't grow on a farm or obtain from fishing, a ranch, or the wild (this includes noodles and breads). Kumiromi already gives you an ongoing bonus by allowing you to accumulate seeds for your farm.
      • Opatos hates it if you wear equipment with "it floats you," or if you have more DV than PV (real warriors of Earth shrug off hits, not dodge them like pansies!) Might get annoyed if you deliberately train evasion, greater evasion, and light armor. Ongoing high favor with Opatos should improve PV and resistances,
      • Jure dislikes it if you harm people that haven't hurt you first. "People" means Norlands, Elea, Yerles, Juere, Eulderna, Dwarfs, and Rorans; animals like snails, monsters like mutants or goblins and undead like liches don't count, it's always self-defense when they're around. Jure should provide faster health and mana recovery for you and your pets, improve the strength of healing magic, and help you and your pets recover from bad status effects faster.
      • Ehekatl should be ticked off if you cheat at games of chance (like Blackjack), if you kill cats or eat cat corpses (MEEEWWWW!), or allow fish to rot without at least cooking it first (c'mon, if you ain't going to eat that, at least give it to the kitty!) Ehekatl already provides an ongoing benefit in the form of ever-increasing luck bonuses and a passive trait that improves the quality of stuff you find.
  • More quests involving Shena and possibly her ass. Seriously, everyone talks about it but you can do nothing but that one small quest. She needs an epic quest of some sort.
    • Yes! This would be worthwhile for sure! There should be more stuff to do with Shena AND her ass!
      • I would assume all the talking is the source of power for her panties. They stop time.
  • This is more of a personal qualm, but using unique music for the mainquest dungeons that aren't Lesimas. (I just got to the tower of fire and was a little disappointed that it still used the normal music)
  • How about an OS X port?
    • Seconded so hard it's not even funny.
  • A way to get rid of Anorexia. It's rather annoying to puke up my stats when I try to eat something (such as the Happy Apple, or Magic Fruit), and my weight has plummeted (which is understandable, due to the name, but my 2 1/2 meter tall adventurer, who's strong enough to carry a swimming pool if he has to (redicilous Weight Lifting and Strength stats), weighs 30kg. The preferential solution is either to make a potion cure it (corruption, mutation, Healing of Eric, whatever), or make it go away after a certain amount of time where you don't puke. I'd be satisfied with just a way to prevent puking from removing stats, or at the VERY least, make "special" food, such as the two mentioned, not make me puke.
  • Shopkeepers need to be "leashed" (or something similar) to their shop. There's nothing quite as annoying as a shopkeeper with teleportitis blinking randomly around the map, disappearing just as you approach.
    • Seconded.  Modify the probability of shopkeepers getting doomed/cursed equipment
    • Thirded. It's like "Here I go to the innkeeper I NEED to go to cause it's Etherwind and I gotta get shelter. Oh, and I'm also super-hungry, out of food, and really tired." Then you get 2 squares away and *$@! the innkeeper teleports out of sight. WTF?
  • You can always hand them a scroll of remove/vanish curse, or if you have the skill, pickpocket the said cursed item that is making them teleport.
  • A well should refill, at least a little, during heavy rains. The only exemption being a well that was overdrawn by potion refill.
  • As you go through the game, your attribute potential takes a nosedive in a rather short amount of time. I must ask, why?
  • If you have a Sink, then allow filling empty bottles with water, although you'll need to find an empty bottle first.
    • For that matter, why not a tub, too?
      • Potions of water are supposed to be rare. They're too useful. But potions of dirty water, now that seems more balanced. Though it's a waste of a good empty bottle.
  • You know, for a truly frustrating quest, how about a damage scaling unwinnable battle? He takes down your pets one by one as his HP is whittled down, till it's just you, then the AI automatically scales the damage it does just slightly above the damage you deal, resulting in such a close call that almost nobodsy would suspect that it was exactly what was supposed to happen, with this death merely being a horrible injury, and you ending up as a prisoner, or left for dead, or whatever. Look at pretty much every other unwinnable battle in every game ever made. When a fairly savvy player hit them a few times, and it's obvious they're not taking damage, after swapping tactics a few times, changing weapons, going down their list of spells and weapons, realize it's unwinnable, and save their high end stuff for after the cutscene. But if they think it's an alternate path, they'll probably be more enthusiastic. A deviation from the standard methods can really be fun, and this game proves it.
  • How about making a Elona 2? That way it would be easier to put in new things.
  • A place on the ranch to hatch eggs would be nice. Since giving love potions to townspeople will sometimes cause them to lay eggs, this could be another way to aquire interesting pets.
  • LAN play or online co-op would be nice. Friends help when killing stuff.
    • It's impossible to make a multiplayer roguelike, since every event in the game is timed by your actions.
  • How about making it possible to negotiate Ebon's freedom from Moyer with high enough Charisma, Negotiation, and gold?
    • Or buy him as a slave.
  • I'd like the minimap to have an icon for the stairs, or for you to be able to read the minimap in a larger mode and see more detail.
    • Seconded
  • I don't know if this is how it's set up now, but If a weapon has 'pierce' at a greater percent than the enemy's armor, it should do that much percent moree damage.
    • Example: if a katana with 20% pierce and 5d5 damage hits an enemy with 10% protection for 20 damage, it should do an extra 2 (for a total of 22) damage.
    • Pierce just ignores ANY PV an enemy might have, so it guarantees 20% of the damage (in your example) to happen IMHO
  • Make garbage less likely when digging for materials! I am a goblin and I get garbage every. Single. Time. Please! --ARR8 00:40, February 18, 2010 (UTC)
  • A bit meta, but possibly making an option in tone files to set the range for each comment? That way certain lines will only be said at close range. A default range could also be provided if none is specified.
  • If you or another creature becomes blinded, they should be immune to any ability that involves sight. (E.G. Eye of Insanity)
  • Gods have a unique ways to punish the betrayal as like Mani sends his dreadly cyborgs to chase down the player ,Opatos makes you laugh all time and turn sleeping NPCs hostile to you.
  • Height and weight need to do something. I just blessed 2048 bottles of milk and drank them. Give me a reason why my twenty-foot-tall lich is a good thing.
    • Make a "gashadoruko" mode, where you can active a bite attack if you're a tall lich and at "starving" on hunger meter.

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