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16  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 16 April 2007, 01:18:34
sorry but I hadn't seen the overveiw or description in the template that I saw and used for the game and I'll work on the rules a bit more
17  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 07:31:40
well right now I have a very bad cold so it is hard to concentrate
18  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 06:42:52
no I mean the history of the game
19  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 06:16:58
well its cool in the history section if you look there
20  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 05:58:16
well you could also win another kingdom that is what draws their attention
21  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 04:37:17
ale drinker variant

same as normal except the money is the number of tankards of ales owed
22  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 04:34:28
extra high stake rules

3 dice per player 20 rolls each before end rolls
23  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 04:23:40
and you just gave me an idea
24  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: tarinaki game on: 15 April 2007, 02:48:33
I like your suggestions but your going crazy over a common game!
25  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / chasaki game on: 15 April 2007, 01:11:03
The chasaki Game

History
chasaki was originally created when a man who wanted to play Saki with his friend forgot the dice. Too pass the time, he invented chasaki. Over time, many variations have been created to fit every different region and lifestyle. though the the most famous place where it is played has to be the massive silinquin cha'ah house renowned for its thy'ron-cha'ah but even more renowned for how often chasaki is played a saying in new santhala where the cha'ah hous is located is supposedly a waitress apears and says would you like some cha'ah while you play chasaki? and supposedly half of all the tables are set up to play chasaki just add money.as for how the game got its name the man who was playing it asked the person who made the game up why they weren't playing saki as planned the person who the game said because this game is better to save face. then the other person asked what is the name of the game? the person who made the game searched his mind for a name and came up with chasaki short for changed saki and called it that because that was the only name he could think of. and obviously the name stuck.

Diagram
The game is usually played on a flat surface. After setup, the table or other surface will have a small pot in the middle, and money will be next to each player.

Equipment

A small clay pot
2 Dice
Each player's money 

Setup
The clay pot is put within reach of the two player's. Each player is handed one die. The player's place their money on the table.

Rules
Each player rolls their die. The person with the lower die puts money into the pot equal to the difference between the other person's die and his. The game contineus in this fashion until the die have been thrown ten times. At this point, one last roll is made and the winner of this roll collects all the money in the pot.
26  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / sheilds on: 14 April 2007, 09:19:41
light shield
appearance small round shield made of metal about 2 and a half fore's in diameter
usage dodging and blocking attacks with very small swords and knives
forging technique a iron lump is heated and hammered into shape
origins made in northern sarvonia nearly as soon as humans mastered metallurgy

heavy shield
appearance large square shield about 2 fores wide and 1 ped tall
usage blocking most attacks
forging technique iron sheets are hammered together and made into a square
origins made in southern sarvonia during the war of the chosen to better protect troops
27  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: sweetsip brandy on: 14 April 2007, 08:46:29
thanks for the tip
28  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / sweetsip brandy on: 14 April 2007, 07:42:18
appearance the drink can be quite clear the color is a pale pink as this is a still drink there is no foam

aroma  cinna with a hint of crushed pine needles

flavor sweet with a hint of cinna and citrus

mouth feel: smooth with a small wallop due to alcohol

alcohol content 11%

preparation ingredients       a sip of citrus fruit juice
                                 2 and a half mugs of sweetsip vine nectar
                                       1 tot of honey
                                       5 pinches of cinna
                                       1 tot of vinter berry juice
first put a pot  on the fire preferably a small one and mix the ingredients together in the pot then put a lid on the pot, after heating from dawn to dusk let cool from dusk to dawn for 2 days then remove the lid and pour through 10 thick cotton fabric squares then drain all of it into a bottle a firkin in capacity and cork the bottle then age it for 6 years

serving     it is served in tot sized glasses

history/origins it made entirely by accident by a human who accidentally used the wrong ingredients for ''new ale'' and then it spread in popularity

effects    a hangover if you drink too much


29  Organization and General Discussions / Newbie Information, Joining Requests and Recruitment / Re: Forum Portrait & Signature Testing Thread on: 20 March 2007, 04:29:45
i know quite a bit about plants and I'd like to make some new ones for the herbarium i have several ideas and i can draw plants fairly well and thats my joining request
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