All things Dungeon

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  1. Captain BlackJack

    Captain BlackJack Level 14 (Defender) Exiles Citizen

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    I believe it is semi sentient now and I do believe that the bloodstone is still trying to gain complete control of the dungeon. If you recall my theory that the blood stone had captured a dungeon entity and was trying to harness it like the blood mages it consumed.
     
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    I believe Ricthers dungeon is the only dungeon in the land that that has the ability to use chaos magic at this time. If that happens to be true every Chaotic item drop it makes should alert the banks that a new item has been found. Then it will need to be appraised by the banks. Ricther might as well try and work out something with the banks for a local appraisal office. If Ricther did work that out it would make it a lot harder for any trader to take advantage of Ricther as long as he had his items appraised by the bank.
     
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    I would with the statement that it was trying to harness it. I think that it is trying to assimilate the dungeon so it becomes part of itself. Also a bloodstone dungeon would be much more difficult to destroy when opposed to just a bloodstone.
     
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    Only if richter has the dungeon confiscated the item in question. The shard didn’t become an issue till richter set it to be confiscated.
     
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    I thought the bank was notified when he opened the reliquary and received the shard. So you think it was a treasury function instead of a Dungeon function to alert the banks?

    Honestly, I haven’t even considered that as a possibility.

    Thanks a lot!

    Now besides listening to the prologues AGAIN now I need to listen to the Reliquary and bank alert!

    Thanks for all the homework.
    :confused:;)
     
  6. Andrew Lynas

    Andrew Lynas Level 16 (Paladin) Exiles Beta Reader Citizen

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    The Banks were notified and got involved when Richter tried to set up a Payment & Confiscation system for the Chaos Sparks.
     
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    Lynas, If you were Ricther would you set the Dungeons treasury to confiscate all Chaotic items?

    I sure would!
     
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    Not necessarily, at least not now that he knows about the banking problems.
     
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    Its a question of cost. Richter only has so many funds for buying chaotic items and it also needs to be worth foregoing whatever else that money could have bought.
     
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    This problem will largely be reduced once he snags a couple Chaotic vassals. A steady weekly supply of a minimum of 4 points makes the first stratum an EZ Mart. With two vassals and so an average of 16 CP per week, he might even allow chaotic particles not to be confiscated so that he can attract more chaos seeds to the Dungeon. Still confiscate any drop above 20 CPs but some low trickle of points would draw in the customers who haven't ascended yet.
     
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    Drag, that’s the point isn’t it. Ricther does have a limited amount of gold. The Banks made the offer for an interview. They wanted chance to inspect and appraise the chaos particle as it was a new item to the land. In return Ricther gets a lump sum and the relationship points.

    Considering Ricther gets to set the original price for unseen items until they are appraised. He should be able to collect a lot of chaotic items at little expense. Eventually they will be appraised and someone will get the money and points. Every additional chaotic item that hasnt ever been appraised will be sought by the banks. Ricther could take this opportunity to collect chaos items on the cheap until they are all appraised by the banks.

    Having what I believe is the only Dungeon in the Land that has awakened Chaos magic Ricther can continue to work the system as he already has. Plus all those chaotic charged items collected should still bring that first time appraisal and grant some relationship points. Ricther has the ability to make a lot of good money. In doing so he can also build a very good relationship with the banks. Ricther has a great opportunity if he works it right. From building an appraisal office with a vault to building his own bank Ricther has choices.
     
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    The Dungeon treasury only confiscates items that would otherwise have dropped from a lootball and it compensates with cash not cp.

    As for what Richter can earn from his vassals, no doubt he will spend as much on the liege page. Has to be a reason for them to give Richter chaos points, with checks and balances and all that,
     
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    That could be many years off. Whosoever goes would have to travel thousands of miles across seas and lands controlled by warlords and monsters.

    Randolphus warned Richter not to accept the quest. We don't know whether he feared the banks themselves, one of their employees getting greedy, or the attention a bank visit would draw to the village. Especially once it becomes known that a new item has been found, one that might allow for research into the nature of a higher power, which could eventually lead to a process for awakening chaos magic in those with the affinity.

    We'll have to wait and see whether other chaotic items trigger the banks and they come running.
     
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    I agree we don’t really know what made Randy react the way he did. I believe it will be because of the power they have but even more so the attention it would bring the small village with all its extremely rare and powerful items. Randy understands that people from all over would attack them for what they have.
     




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