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Discussion in 'Huntresses Attack Monsters!' started by Legendary Sidekick, Jun 6, 2018.

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  1. Legendary Sidekick

    Legendary Sidekick The HAM'ster Moderator

    #0 Quest Rewards:

    From Brichard Chitowski: two gold coins worth... who knows how much? Probably 2 gold.
    From Addison Lane: a duck call, which is really a stone tablet adorned with colorful gems.
    From Nissa: a pearl necklace with five pearls, each a different color: pure white, amber yellow, rusty red, indigo blue, and black.
    From Addison Lane: a fashionable dress that is silver or every color of the rainbow when not worn. When donned by a nymph, it becomes whatever color(s) she pleases, and can be any one-piece outfit from a full-length gown to nothing but a hair ribbon.
    From Hanako: a fully furnished fairy house hangs on the beach of a cherry tree, but the tree itself is the gift!
    From Princess Baldhart Eisenberg: a bag of rocks with words burned onto (or into?) them.
  2. Legendary Sidekick

    Legendary Sidekick The HAM'ster Moderator

    #1 Updates & Rewards:

    • The Duck Call's gems:
      • Emerald: Answer / Call
      • Topaz: Toggle Translator
      • Ruby: Decline / End Call
    • Daphne the Duck Huntress will provide a bow and quiver.

    • Sacrebleu's Bathing Cap ("Mermaid's Crown") grants the fairy two Oceanid magical abilities:
      • Underwater Breathing
      • "Mermaid's Kiss" spell, which allows allies to breathe underwater

    • Flawless Pearl:
      • Suny is able to cast Pearl of Wisdom once/day using her Flawless Pearl and water, whether the water is seawater, fresh water, bathwater, a waterfall, water in a drinking glass or ice in a drink! The pearl needs to be in the same body of water or the same container in order for the magic to create a vision.

    • The magic rocks reveal messages. So far...
      • The first word is an element—ICE, in this case.
      • The written language is one that the people of Roku-Roku can understand. This is either a highly amazing coincidence, or...
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