- Lake Light Meter for the CoD
- Remove christmas tree from Relto
- Fix for the heek game
- Lake Light Meter (See-Helligkeitsmesser) für die CoD
- Weihnachtsbaum von Relto entfernt
- Fix für das Heek Spiel
TOCMoul 2.15 - Part 2: Content
The christmas tree from the Relto is gone, but I was looking for the Lake Light Meter in the COD and could 'only' find it in the 'common' Ae'gura city, means not in the COD, is that correct? ...
As for the heek game, there has to be a new heek tournament to check out its functionality under stress ... However, awesome update, congrats guys ...
the Lake Light Meter is not where you think it is. We have a new one.
Ahh, I see, great ... there's no numerical scale though, so, we just have to monitor the red indicator line, which is a little above the middle range atm ... Awesome, thanks ...
OK! I give up. What is the lake light meter?
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The lake light meter, also called 'Dalek' is a device indicating the health of the lake ... How do we contribute to the health and thus the brightening of the lake and thus the city? We do this by nourishing the lake's algae by baking and feeding Er'cana pellets into the lake ...
Here you see a picture of the original 'Dalek' from back in the days in the GameTap era, and as you still find it here on TOC MOUL in the public city of Ae'gura down by the docks in the harbor (not COD) ...
With this link collection by Tai'lahr you have almost everything that has ever been said and discussed as for Er'cana pellets and lake lighting/health etc. ...
This is a post by RAWA himself, who's maintaining this all personally, if he's still doing it, I don't know, but he has extensively explained how this all works and is effecting the lake health and thus lighting/brightening the city, IC and OOC ...
TOC's new lake light meter in the COD looks completely different and is more simplified and is found somewhere else than the original Dalek in the main city ... Just look for yourself(ves), I won't tell it now ... Enjoy ...
I think the red bar looks to me rather like a threshold than the needle of a gauge.
Edit: Seems like something is wrong. The meter is at its max and the lake is rather bright...
I'm perfectly sure that Amelia told me yesterday that it would take quite some time to feed the lake.
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An interesting idea, but wouldn't the meter make more sense down at the docks? (closer to the water level)
I think a meter should be added to the ferry terminal area too, since that's where you can really look at the lake up close.
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