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Because the numbers of Hoods showing on the list is limited, it would be so nice, kind and so easy if all Bevins had both Delin and Tsogal books.


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IMHO the availability of Delin(s) and Tsogal(s) is good as it is. We are in a game and the DRC or Yeesha or whoever decided in this matter. It would ruin the concept of the game if everything would be available from everywhere just because we are lazy to go and try and find.

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Maybe cause the Eders are a kind of territories

Gira & Kemo = Yeesha gardens
Tsogal & Delin = DRC gardens


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Whilyam wrote:
I would appreciate Delin/Tsogal books in Relto just because it would make it easier to access them. The instancing would be kept the same just like for the brown city book locations.

Easier perhaps, but more limiting because child ages like those in the brown book can only be played with your neighbors.

Technically Delin and Tsogal are sub ages. Sub ages can only be shared with people who link to them from the same age instance.
If you add sub ages to Relto they become sub ages of Relto. Then you would have to invite people to your Relto in order to play with them. And in that case they might as well be personal ages.

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Is someone able to start a list of which hoods have which Eders? Similar to the KI list? And post it here for easy reference? I seem to remember that in the last Uru incarnation such a list was available here on the forums.

Tsahno's has Eder Delin

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Is someone able to start a list of which hoods have which Eders? Similar to the KI list? And post it here for easy reference? I seem to remember that in the last Uru incarnation such a list was available here on the forums.

Tsahno's has Eder Delin


I think a neighborhood list in general is a great idea.

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The Guild of Maintainers' Hood has Eder Delin. Feel free to poke any of the members for a KI-invite to the 'hood -- we'll be glad to help out. :D

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I know Urunner's hood has Delin as well


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My Bevin has Delin, as does D'ni Museum of Art's Bevin.


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D'ni Linguistic Fellowship's neighbourhood has a Delin.

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Finnish Naapurusto's Bevin has Eder Tsogal.

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D'Lanor wrote:
Whilyam wrote:
I would appreciate Delin/Tsogal books in Relto just because it would make it easier to access them. The instancing would be kept the same just like for the brown city book locations.

Easier perhaps, but more limiting because child ages like those in the brown book can only be played with your neighbors.

Technically Delin and Tsogal are sub ages. Sub ages can only be shared with people who link to them from the same age instance.
If you add sub ages to Relto they become sub ages of Relto. Then you would have to invite people to your Relto in order to play with them. And in that case they might as well be personal ages.

Excellent thoughts, and I think the best explanation.

I don't think the game should be "easy". To me, part of this is promoting and fostering community interaction. These places really feature that. You work within the cavern network to see if you can find out where to go and when and work with community members to get through the age. You meet people you may never have seen, working on part of the game. I think that is part of the goal of URU -- building the community.

And honestly, there are lots of things they *could* put in those two spots on the bookshelf. The possibilities are as broad as the branches on the Great Tree. That seems to be a very prominent spot on the bookshelf and deserving of more than just a smaller age in my opinion. I hope there were other things planned for those two spots... and that we will eventually see them.

By the way, notice the books in that partition. They are all in cavern books. You have the Bevin book, the Nexus book and the City links book. My bet is that the other two spaces are also in cavern locations that we have not seen yet.

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Heh, 2 people is easy, I did it all the time in gtmoul >_>

(actually, I spent a lot of time trying to "spread the word" and get more people to do 2 person runs. The hard part is convincing people to try it. <_<)

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IIRC, the To D'ni version of the shelf had the Bevin, Nexus, and Ae'gura books together in a 3-space partition, not 5. I know, I know, that's offline, this is different, but I think that lends credibility to the idea that maybe the two missing books are in-cavern/on-Earth locations we haven't accessed yet.
I can't think of a single one, though, that wouldn't be covered by either the Nexus or the Ae'gura book...

[Edit] Oh wait, Tomahna, but ~200 years has probably not been kind at all to our favorite family's home.

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I sort of wish the books were actually randomized a bit further. It'd be amazing to have neighborhoods receive not only either an Eder Delin or Eder Tsogal book, but also Eder Kemo and perhaps the "safe" side of Eder Gira.

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