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Dudley's dungeon -- Friday, 20 August, 2004

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Friday, 20 August, 2004 by Dion Nicolaas
                    
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@ "Can't we have deposit bottles?"


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What's it to you, punk. August 20, 2004 08:02
First comment: 20 August, 2004 1 comments written
No we cant.
CordBar@aol.com September 4, 2004 03:32
First comment: 6 May, 2004 76 comments written
What is a deposit bottle anyway?
drachefly April 13, 2005 00:43
First comment: 12 April, 2005 9 comments written
Some places, when you're done with the bottle, you can return it for a small refund. Then they can reuse the bottle, saving glass and keeping the landfills empty. In any case, in Nethack, it would be a little imbalancing to make it ultra-easy to get holy water"We want a word with you," said Ligur (in a tone of voice
intended to imply that "word" was synonymous with "horrifically
painful eternity"), and the squat demon pushed open the office
door.
The bucket teetered, then fell neatly on Ligur's head.
Drop a lump of sodium in water. Watch it flame and burn and
spin around crazily, flaring and sputtering. This was like
that, just nastier.
The demon peeled and flared and flickered. Oily brown smoke
oozed from it, and it screamed and it screamed and it screamed.
Then it crumpled, folded in on itself, and what was left lay
glistening on the burnt and blackened circle of carpet, looking
like a handful of mashed slugs.
"Hi," said Crowley to Hastur, who had been walking behind Ligur,
and had unfortunately not been so much as splashed.
There are some things that are unthinkable; there are some
depths that not even demons would believe other demons would
stoop to.
". . . Holy water. You bastard," said Hastur. "You complete
_bastard_. He hadn't never done nothing to _you_."
"Yet," corrected Crowley.
        [ Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett ]

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Fathead April 6, 2006 01:01
First comment: 1 April, 2006 1136 comments written
Eh. Why not?!
A Crazy Hermit March 9, 2007 11:04
First comment: 9 March, 2007 4 comments written
I wouldn't mind having empty bottles in Nethack, LoZ style.
Grognor April 7, 2007 01:31
First comment: 4 April, 2007 1161 comments written
YAOI.
But a good YAOI nonetheless.
HK June 5, 2007 23:25
First comment: 1 June, 2007 309 comments written
The DevTeam Thinks of almost Everything.
TK August 12, 2007 01:33
First comment: 11 August, 2007 69 comments written
I agree with a crazy hermit, but drachefly makes a good point too...imagine, a fountainRest! This little Fountain runs
Thus for aye: -- It never stays
For the look of summer suns,
Nor the cold of winter days.
Whose'er shall wander near,
When the Syrian heat is worst,
Let him hither come, nor fear
Lest he may not slake his thirst:
He will find this little river
Running still, as bright as ever.
Let him drink, and onward hie,
Bearing but in thought, that I,
Erotas, bade the Naiad fall,
And thank the great god Pan for all!
        [ For a Fountain, by Bryan Waller Procter ]

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and an altarAltars are of three types:
1. In Temples. These are for Sacrifices [...]. The stone
top will have grooves for blood, and the whole will be covered
with _dry brown stains of a troubling kind_ from former
Sacrifices.
[ The Tough Guide to Fantasyland, by Diana Wynne Jones ]

To every man upon this earth
Death cometh soon or late;
And how can man die better
Than facing fearful odds
For the ashes of his fathers
And the temples of his gods?
        [ Lays of Ancient Rome, by Thomas B. Macaulay ]

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in the same room, and you with even one empty, reusable bottle...
Kohkelxon January 10, 2008 18:43
First comment: 8 January, 2008 52 comments written
Over here they are called return bottles or recyclable bottles.
Zarquil October 4, 2008 06:50
First comment: 26 September, 2008 54 comments written
And lose my frustration of trying to dilute potions early? Anything that makes nethack more of a pain in the butt is a feature.

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