[Question] The dead tree from the dungeon

Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Turbatus, Mar 2, 2017.

  1. Turbatus

    Turbatus Member

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    Since you guys wanna take it out for some silly statue, can we have a way to "plant" or grow one or something along those lines on our land as a decoration? It looks so ominous... I love it!
     
  2. Ryan

    Ryan Moderator Staff Member

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    Was thinking it might be just a little too LOTR so now we have our giant stone paladin in there :)
     
  3. Turbatus

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    It's ok. You gave me a DRAGON SKELETON instead... Dragon>Dead Tree
     
  4. Ryan

    Ryan Moderator Staff Member

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    Actually, reading this again and I think you're right, it's such a cool tree and as a way of paying homage to you good sir I've found a new home for it in the world for players to discover
     
  5. Turbatus

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    Horray!

    #deadtreelivesmatter
     
  6. JFalcon

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    Actually, it looks more like a pterodactyl than it does a dragon. I'm pretty sure that medieval times also had their share of people digging up old bones.
     
  7. Ryan

    Ryan Moderator Staff Member

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    hmm, I don't know if Pterodactyls had such big teeth :)
     
  8. JFalcon

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    Prehistoric Pterodactyls did. Carnivorous birds capable of flight and picking off the meat using those teeth to chew them.
     
  9. Turbatus

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    It's actually a wyvern not a dragon, but I'll take it! :p
     
  10. JFalcon

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    I have to be honest, I'm not that well educated on the biological Darwinism of such fantastical creatures. I just know that during that during medieval times, the same dinosaur bones we dig up today existed. :)
     

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