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Reader count!  Do you read TLCM?  If so, pick your favorite character below!

Misty Kolnazom, the Greatest Cheesemaker Ever!
Reg Pashmad the Recruit
Gruzzlus Holt the Captain
Plumpy the Plump Helmet Man
Kulet Lokunnomel the Nun
Enir Twigappears the Overseer
Darkerdaffodil the Elf
Maynard the Mule
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Author Topic: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 02/05  (Read 1049305 times)

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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 10/29
« Reply #4065 on: October 29, 2015, 11:07:32 am »

Before we stumble over ourself, do something stupid, and cut the scene short,* gotta get this in:

Misty: Ride holy cow like a mechanical bull.

--Rexfelum

* Not to say MY suggestion would achieve different ends.

Offer to kill Cowsea's avatar if it would help.

Well, if killing the avatar helps, then anything we do to make her look like a crazed animal that needs to be put down would help, though we should aim for the most humane death possible.
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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker (Illustrated Interactive Story)
« Reply #4066 on: October 29, 2015, 11:18:21 am »

Wise Bookfire, the Goddess of Knowledge and Rage, who has bestowed insight and madness upon those who draw her eye or ire,
Enchanting Cakewine, the Goddess of Deception and Drink, who delights in leading wandering adventurers astray,
Stoic Sunshield, the God of Children and Protection, who blesses the children of his followers and shields those who bear his sigil,
Bloody Stonetusk, the God of Fortresses and Conquest, the bloodiest of the seven and patron of Shielddawn itself,
Glittering Golddug, the Goddess of Wealth and Gems, who guides the hand of miners in the dark tunnels and brings them to the riches below,
Inconstant Urist CCCVI, God of Suicide and Reincarnation, who takes his own life at the end of each year only to be born anew the next,
And Humble Cowsea, Goddess of Cheese and Cattle, who keeps milk from spoil and the beast of the field docile.

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Stonetusk is clearly an evil elephant.  Misty only needs to have Cheesemaker skill as highest moodable skill, and gets possessed by Cowsea to become Legendary Cheesemaker. 

After that goal, Misty needs to just increase social skills and become Mayor of Shielddawn and mandate the prohibition of cheese exports, as well as creation of more cheese. 

After Mayor, baroness or dutchess may be within easy grasp for Misty.

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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker (Illustrated Interactive Story)
« Reply #4067 on: October 29, 2015, 11:25:08 am »

Stonetusk is clearly an evil elephant.  Misty only needs to have Cheesemaker skill as highest moodable skill, and gets possessed by Cowsea to become Legendary Cheesemaker.
But possession is the one strange mood that doesn't provide experience.
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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 10/29
« Reply #4068 on: October 29, 2015, 12:03:45 pm »

It's a bit awkward to make suggestions, since the last scene ended with Misty questioning the godhood of Cowsea's physical form.  The ball is in Cowsea's court, as it were.

If Cowsea doesn't simply trample Misty for her blasphemy, ask Cowsea how Misty can help.
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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker (Illustrated Interactive Story)
« Reply #4069 on: October 29, 2015, 01:34:13 pm »

Stonetusk is clearly an evil elephant.  Misty only needs to have Cheesemaker skill as highest moodable skill, and gets possessed by Cowsea to become Legendary Cheesemaker.
But possession is the one strange mood that doesn't provide experience.

So maybe a Fey mood instead of Possession for Armorsmithing then like her Dad, but she uses Cheese as the main item, so she will create the first Cheese Helm.

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« Reply #4070 on: October 29, 2015, 02:15:16 pm »

Stonetusk is clearly an evil elephant.  Misty only needs to have Cheesemaker skill as highest moodable skill, and gets possessed by Cowsea to become Legendary Cheesemaker.
But possession is the one strange mood that doesn't provide experience.

So maybe a Fey mood instead of Possession for Armorsmithing then like her Dad, but she uses Cheese as the main item, so she will create the first Cheese Helm.
No, no, no. A dwarf can only have 1 strange mood in their lifetime; we can't afford the one strange mood in our life producing anything other than an artifact cheese wheel. If it were a choice between being possessed and never ever having a strange mood, then being possessed would be the better option, but as it stand we're better off holding out for a non-possession strange mood that will provide us experience. That said, in the distant but foreseeable future we might need to take action to make sure that we get a strange mood (making sure the maximum number of artifacts is not reached/increased beyond the current number of artifacts, making sure there is always 20 moodable dwarfs around)
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« Reply #4071 on: October 29, 2015, 02:24:27 pm »

That said, in the distant but foreseeable future we might need to take action to make sure that we get a strange mood (making sure the maximum number of artifacts is not reached/increased beyond the current number of artifacts, making sure there is always 20 moodable dwarfs around)

The only way Misty can ensure a minimum of 20 moodable dwarfs would be to get married and start poppin' babies.  I think that's getting rather ahead of ourselves.
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« Reply #4072 on: October 29, 2015, 02:28:30 pm »

That said, in the distant but foreseeable future we might need to take action to make sure that we get a strange mood (making sure the maximum number of artifacts is not reached/increased beyond the current number of artifacts, making sure there is always 20 moodable dwarfs around)

The only way Misty can ensure a minimum of 20 moodable dwarfs would be to get married and start poppin' babies.  I think that's getting rather ahead of ourselves.
Well, we ARE and adult now. Even if gaining political power and assigning dwarfs to moodable tasks to ensure a constant moodable population is something we can't do, getting married and popping babies is something we can work at. And besides, every dwarf not with a non-military profession is eligible, so all we need to do is make sure there are always 20 civilians (including ourselves) who haven't been in a strange mood yet. And we've got 138-158 years to wait for a strange mood.
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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 10/29
« Reply #4073 on: October 29, 2015, 04:19:34 pm »

It's a bit awkward to make suggestions, since the last scene ended with Misty questioning the godhood of Cowsea's physical form.  The ball is in Cowsea's court, as it were.

Just because your suggestion doesn't come up immediately in the next update doesn't mean they're not considered!  I use most of suggestions within two or three updates - sometimes they even span chapters.  Cowsea, for example, was from a suggestion in chapter 1 to "get a cow".  Don't let silly things like "plot" or "common sense" stop you from making a suggestion, guys.

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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 10/29
« Reply #4074 on: October 29, 2015, 04:33:53 pm »

It's a bit awkward to make suggestions, since the last scene ended with Misty questioning the godhood of Cowsea's physical form.  The ball is in Cowsea's court, as it were.

Just because your suggestion doesn't come up immediately in the next update doesn't mean they're not considered!  I use most of suggestions within two or three updates - sometimes they even span chapters.  Cowsea, for example, was from a suggestion in chapter 1 to "get a cow".  Don't let silly things like "plot" or "common sense" stop you from making a suggestion, guys.
Truly, it is a pity that there is no milkable creature that provides an inherent value modifier, or we could have tried to obtain one and use it for cheese milk.
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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 10/29
« Reply #4075 on: October 29, 2015, 04:50:08 pm »

It's a bit awkward to make suggestions, since the last scene ended with Misty questioning the godhood of Cowsea's physical form.  The ball is in Cowsea's court, as it were.

Just because your suggestion doesn't come up immediately in the next update doesn't mean they're not considered!  I use most of suggestions within two or three updates - sometimes they even span chapters.  Cowsea, for example, was from a suggestion in chapter 1 to "get a cow".  Don't let silly things like "plot" or "common sense" stop you from making a suggestion, guys.
Truly, it is a pity that there is no milkable creature that provides an inherent value modifier, or we could have tried to obtain one and use it for cheese milk.

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Re: The Littlest Cheesemaker - Updated 10/29
« Reply #4076 on: October 29, 2015, 04:58:45 pm »

It's a bit awkward to make suggestions, since the last scene ended with Misty questioning the godhood of Cowsea's physical form.  The ball is in Cowsea's court, as it were.

Just because your suggestion doesn't come up immediately in the next update doesn't mean they're not considered!  I use most of suggestions within two or three updates - sometimes they even span chapters.  Cowsea, for example, was from a suggestion in chapter 1 to "get a cow".  Don't let silly things like "plot" or "common sense" stop you from making a suggestion, guys.
Truly, it is a pity that there is no milkable creature that provides an inherent value modifier, or we could have tried to obtain one and use it for cheese milk.

Purring maggots.

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« Reply #4077 on: October 29, 2015, 09:31:56 pm »

I was thinking those bug things in cages a few updates back (the ones that had a note on them stating that they needed to be recaged after being milked) or elephants (surely they'll have a few of those around if Stonetusk is their patron god, right?), but then I remembered that this is Masterwork so there's no such thing as value modifiers from animals. Plus, elephants aren't milkable anyways, so it would be doubly impossible for us to use elephant milk to produce our artifact cheese someday with a 5x value modifier.....or is it?
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« Reply #4078 on: October 30, 2015, 12:10:58 am »

It's a bit awkward to make suggestions, since the last scene ended with Misty questioning the godhood of Cowsea's physical form.  The ball is in Cowsea's court, as it were.

If Cowsea doesn't simply trample Misty for her blasphemy, ask Cowsea how Misty can help.

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« Reply #4079 on: October 30, 2015, 03:12:26 am »

Forget cheese, Misty's a teenager; she needs to find Rock & Roll !!!!!!!! It was allright... One fine morning she hears that New York Station ... Started dancing to that fine fine music, her life was saved by Rock & And Roll !!!

Lou Reed - Rock and Roll

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUsUI-txQbM
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