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05 November 2004 @ 02:47 pm
Another game that's caught my eye. . .  
Evil Genius. I've always wanted to be one.

Yeah.
 
 
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Punkygalpunkygal on November 5th, 2004 11:54 am (UTC)
Hmm, I don't know if I should even go look. I already got stuck on KoL....
Michael: Zoloft AIM iconservermonkey on November 5th, 2004 12:27 pm (UTC)
It's okay.

Would you like to know more about wherever you're at in KoL? Hmmmm?
Punkygalpunkygal on November 5th, 2004 01:14 pm (UTC)
Of course. Right now I at level 3. Someone gave me a familiar kit so I am growing some familiars as we speak. I can't seem to find new adventures though. I need one more spider web to bring to the gourd tower. LIke I said, I keep doing the same things over and over again because I don't have enough moxie points.
Michael: Rorschachservermonkey on November 7th, 2004 09:52 am (UTC)
Adventures can be obtained a couple of ways. Every night, you'll get 40 adventures (maxing out to 200, if you don't play for a few days, any more than that, and you'll lose 'em). Eating food will net you adventures as well. Each food item has a fullness factor. Once you're full, you can't eat anything that day. Same thing with booze. Drinking certain drink will get you stats and adventures. The draw back is that your Drunkeness level will increase as well. You max out at 15, 20 or so with the Liver of Steel skill. If you have clan members that will give you the Ode to Booze buff, you get more adventures and resistance to booze.

Some of my favorite items: Roll in the Hay (good mount of adventures and stats for the price), Hell Ramen (oh, SO expensive, and you can only eat two a day, but really, really good). Fuzzbumps are highly sought after, and priced highly. Supposedly a good drink, though.

Adventuring in the Sleazy, Dark Alley in the Wrong Side of the Tracks should get you Moxie points after a bit. If you have a blood faced volleyball familiar with you, it increases the amount of stats you get during battles. After a while, a baby gravy fairy would be something to seek out. Those will root out extra items during a battle.

Hope that helps without giving too much away.
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Michael: Cartoon meservermonkey on November 5th, 2004 12:27 pm (UTC)
Just finished downloading the demo. I will be killing some time with this later.

.: holding pinky up to my chin in an evil manner :.
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Michaelservermonkey on November 9th, 2004 08:55 am (UTC)
Definitely not worth $49.95 at EB, but once it goes to the bargain bins, I would probably buy it.

I wonder what the workers and guards going nuts was all about.
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Michaelservermonkey on November 10th, 2004 12:52 pm (UTC)

Hey, that's pretty nifty.