User:Noshoes

From Discworld MUD Wiki
Revision as of 02:25, 25 August 2021 by Noshoes (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search

Directions to Fat Springs SPOILERS!

Six rooms east of the Clacks Bridge, on the roads just a few rooms east of Bonk, in Uberwald.


Fat Springs recorded damage when jumping in for the first time, pauses between: 218, 572, 295, 230, 486, 378, 226

Recorded time until jumping in and Death: 3 minutes and 13 seconds.

Leave after you see "You think you should leave quickly."



Some noses that I have squinted off:

antelope nose (gazelle, 2 lbs)

ape nose ( <1 lb, cured and carried by a gnoll )

badger nose ( < 1 lb)

bear nose ( <1 lb)

big cat nose (cougar, cheetah)

camel nose

cat nose ( 2 lbs , lynx)

centaur nose ( < 1 lb )

chimera nose

cow nose (gaur, buffalo, < 1 lb )

deer nose ( 2 lbs )

demon nose ( <1 lb, mephit, also cured and carried by a gnoll)

dog nose (grass wolf) ( <1 lb )

dwarf nose ( < 1 lb )

elf nose

fox nose (vixen)

giraffe nose (< 1 lb)

goat nose ( 4 lbs 8/2/21)

golem nose (made of clay, < 1 lb)

gnoll nose ( < 1 lb )

gnome nose (pictsie, <1 lb)

hare nose ( 2 lbs)

hengeyokai nose

human nose ( < 1 lb 8/2/21)

hyena nose ( <1 lb )

imp nose

leopard nose ( panther <1 lb)

lion nose ( <1 lb)

monkey nose ( < 1 lb )

moose nose

mouse nose ( 40 lbs)2

nymph nose

rabbit nose (7 lbs (body 3lbs) 8/2/21)

rat nose

rodent nose ( chipmunk, lemming, 40 lbs 8/2/21)

sheep (4 lbs )

sprite nose

squirrel nose (40 lbs)

stone giant nose

strange nose (straw dummy from DJB)

tharga nose

tiger nose

toothed whale nose (killer whale)

troll nose ( < 1 lb, yeti)

vampire nose ( < 1 lb )

vermine ( < 1 lb )

weasel ( 6 pounds)

werewolf nose

whale nose (blue whale, humpback whale, grey whale, <1 lb three inches long)



Found noses:

ape nose ( <1 lb, cured and carried by a gnoll )

demon nose ( <1 lb, cured and carried by a gnoll)


Nose text

The line that says "This is a nose of a" changes to "This is a nose severed from the corpse of a" after SU.



Things without noses:

Birds, fish, reptiles, boar (snouts), elephants (trunks), horses, zebras, cabbage, insects