Everything about Illarion that fits nowhere else. / Alles über Illarion was inhaltlich in kein anderes Board passt.
that's awesome...Thrym wrote:That would be useful the next time a mage gives me a portal to "Silverbrand", which actually transported me to the middle of nowhere in orc territory where my presence was unwelcome. O.o
Not only mage can speak ancientHadrian_Abela wrote:Hmm, mages want to know where portals go, but still want to trick people...
How about an ancient check?
Yeah... I started reading that and was like "Uh-uh!". You cannot find out if someone is a mage by the examination runes the way that they are intended (since at current everyone that is not a druid seems to qualify as a mage), but if that were different, then maybe the mage check would work.Jupiter wrote:But you could check if a char belongs to the mages-class. Well, currently every char belongs to the mage-class, except druids.
Indeed. Druids cannot see "Mage, Druid, Non-Magic". They can only see "Mage" and "Druid". Thus, everyone who isn't a druid is classified, to us, as a mage. It's weird. O.oJuliana D'cheyne wrote:To the druids, everyone is either a mage or a druid however, unless it is a bug.pharse wrote:Everyone with magic class "mage" who possesses at least one rune is, technically, a mage.
If you actually look through the portal and see like the market place of Trolls Bane, you don't have to be that smart to know that it leads to the marketplace of Trolls Bane. That's how I would have imagened that.MoonDust wrote:Or if a user's essence and intelligence both are equal to or higher than 15?