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31  Santharian World Development / People of the World of Caelereth / Re: Mentalists(Bettter name soon!) on: 17 October 2009, 04:10:21
I personally really like Mind Twister.
32  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: Ximaxian magic cards (game) on: 16 October 2009, 04:46:37
Thats just as I imagined  the cards looking like.   shocked
33  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: Ximaxian magic cards (game) on: 16 October 2009, 02:11:39
Very clever idea. I would play the game any day.
They saw how mages are practicing their spells and therefore, one evening both students thought that they also could cast powerful spells but differently - by playing a very simple game. Therefore, they began to research Magical City by sitting in Library and reading books about spells, about which they received only general overviews, because they were too young to know something more about high level spells./quote]

That was the only mistake I could see.
34  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: Blackbeetle Paint on: 12 October 2009, 10:54:26
Ready for comments!
 grin grin
35  Santharian World Development / Santharian Artists Workshop and Resources / Re: Music Question on: 12 October 2009, 10:26:25
Oh sorry didn't see that. Thanks a ton.  :D
36  Santharian World Development / Santharian Artists Workshop and Resources / Music Question on: 12 October 2009, 10:01:48
I have recently taken up the trombone and I don't belive I am good enough to do any work for the Dream. I am improving so maybe in a few months I might be good enough. But my real question is are trombones a suitable instrument for the dream.
Sorry if this is in the wrong section.
37  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Re: The 'Rota' Chair on: 12 October 2009, 03:35:29
As for names I just though of one
The Spinster
38  Organization and General Discussions / Bell-Ringing - Notifications to Developers / Re: Rookie! on: 12 October 2009, 03:28:49
Hi Rookie can you check out my Blackbeetle Paint entry in the miscellaneous section.
39  Organization and General Discussions / Discussions, Development Ideas & Proposals / Re: An actual dream ... on: 12 October 2009, 03:09:13
 Big Grin
40  Santharian World Development / Santharian Artists Workshop and Resources / Re: Krumhorn Beast with Susilgerim Dwarf rider pic on: 12 October 2009, 01:54:41
Great picture. I wish I could draw like that. But I agree with Artimidor the background is kind of flat compared to the mount.
41  Santharian World Development / Miscellaneous / Blackbeetle Paint on: 12 October 2009, 01:52:48
Edits in lime green.

Blackbeetle Paint or Eioiei Uhll in Brownie

Blackbeetle Paint, is a vivid blue dye made by the Vale Brownies  and as you can see from the title made from blackbeetles that are processed in a variety of ways. Blackbeetle Paint is only made by the Bubbler Clan and within the clan a very few are allowed to make it.  Many brownies adorn their clothes as well as beads with the Blackbeetle Paint.

Description of the Product
Blackbeetle Paint has a deep blue hue and the dye can be used as a blue glue it's so sticky. The great popularity of the dye might be because of its colour which is almost as intense as Udenza pottery but with the glow of Baveras' Eye. Blackbeetle paint has a very thick consistency  and can be  very good for dying beads and clothes. When it is put on cloth it will sink into the cloth within minutes and form and thick blue covering.  When put on most cloth it will replace any former color. The only exception are very bright shades of yellow and red which will ever so slightly show through the dye. Blackbeetle Paint is  so thick that the brownies need greased spoons simply to get it out of the barrels they store the paint in.

Method of Production
The Blackbeetle Paint made from the chitin between the wing and the wing case of a male black beetle as it is the only piece of skin that is that colour. Quality blackbeetle paint is only made by skilled and proven members of the Bubbler Clan. Bits of a blackbeetle's outer hard shell are soaked in water for several days and then  cut up and ground up to an extent that it looks like blue sand. After that it's mixed with bones and other scraps and ground once again. After that the brownies then store it in barrels and place it underground for use in festivals. When liqud is returned a secret ingredient is added that gives it the stickiness that makes it all the better.  When used for makeup it requires at least two tots of water to dilute it as when undiluted it can cause rashes.

Areas of Production
Containers of blackbeetle paint are only be produced  deep within the Council Tree of the Vale Brownies. Blackbeetle paint can be used to dye the varieties of beads produced by the Brownies. Plenty of shipments of Blackbeetle Paint get traded with the Eyelians and the Tethinrhim Clan. Many dyes and the beads that are dyed by them are carried in rat drawn wagons and Arrowhead Geese.  

The blackbeetle dye can be used to dye beads as well as providing a beautiful glue that can be made into so many of the many wonderful technological advances so commonly associated with the Vale Brownies. The paint can also be a form of body paint for brownie ladies during festivals. Many male brownies as well use it and both genders have Brownies who could not imagine festivals without it. The main use for Blackbeetle Paint, is as a dye for beads and adds a glossy finish in addition to its deep blue shades .

History of the Industry
In 894 b.S Bubbler Clan came into being.  Around that time the beadwork so classic to the brownies became widespread to the Vale Brownies, and most likely that during that time the Blackbeetle Paint sprung from the mind of Rearao completely by accident.

Lore and Legend
This small passage being the only text that clearly defines the beginning of the blackbeetle paint is highly protected. It is believed that it dates back to the year 595 b.S because of the ageing of the ink indicates sometime near then.

Many years ago the brownies say a blackbeetle was hunted. The Blackbeetle attempted to flee the hunters by running all around the Vale around great distances and it took many hours to catch it. When it finally died from the arrows and darts the hunters carried it to their village. The brownies of the village leaped in joy to see their favorite food being served. The different clans were tore apart the flesh. Members of the  Hotfinger clan cooked the meat, the Brightler Clan was used bits of the head as decorations, every brownie in the village were  happy. There were only one brownie who was not happy. He was a member of the Bubbler Clan and he had nothing to do. His name was Rerao. He was only 15 and just days before he had joined the Bubbler Clan. He wasn’t experienced enough to do anything else so he just sat there. Beside him a elder brownie tore the the skin off a piece of the beetle. The young brownie grabbed a piece and sat on it. Later he got up and found a bit of sweating crunched up beetle skin. He picked it up and it crumbled into a deep blue powder.  
42  Santharian World Development / Cosmology, Myths and Religions / Re: The R'Unor Gods on: 11 October 2009, 23:25:23
Fine with me. I'll do something easier.
43  Organization and General Discussions / Newbie Information, Joining Requests and Recruitment / Re: New Member Reporting for Duty on: 11 October 2009, 09:14:19
*Devours Kao-kao cookies and the Thyron'cha'ah* Thank  You for the welcomes as well as the cookies. *Eats a few more*
44  Santharian World Development / Cosmology, Myths and Religions / The R'Unor Gods on: 11 October 2009, 06:43:56
I was looking in the Cosmology and Mythology section and I stumbled upon the R'Unor gods. They only have 3 gods at the moment so can I elaborate on the main gods outlined in the article. Thanks in advance.  :D
45  Organization and General Discussions / Newbie Information, Joining Requests and Recruitment / Re: New Member Reporting for Duty on: 11 October 2009, 06:40:50
Thanks for the information.
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