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About Vil'Ithius

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  1. GHI Pre-Release (Beta): After a lot of work, failures, and countless changes/updates, here is the current version of the GHI book. Ravenholdt: [ATTACH]3296[/ATTACH] Twisting Nether: [ATTACH]3297[/ATTACH] How to get the files: Open .zip file/ Control A to select all the script in a document/ Control-C to copy it/ Open WoW & GHI (blue backpack icon)/ Click the symbol 'Im' in GHI to open the import function pop-up/ Control-V to Paste/ Press 'Import.' The purpose for the pre-release is to ensure that the documents can be downloaded properly and inserted into the 'import' function of GHI
  2. <p>Hey Sin. Sorry I went MIA too! <img src="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/tongue.png" alt=":P" srcset="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/tongue@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" /> I went down to Quebec City to see my family. I brought my computer though so I can work on the story <img src="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/smile.png" alt=":)" srcset="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/smile@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" />.</p>

  3. Distribution phase! I would be interested in coordinating a cross-faction event. Let me know who amongst you are interested! The reason for the book's existence is the sharing of knowledge for the benefit of everyone. ICly the book is a collaborative effort. Here are some groups that worked together: Knowledge of Kalimdor: The Cenarion Circle (Archives: Tauren/Night Elf) Vil'Ithius' (10,000 years of data/research) Knowledge of the Eastern Kingdoms: Medical Corps of the Twilight Empire The Cenarion Circle (Archives: Trolls/Gilnean Humans) ***More to come! There have been OOC parti
  4. The GHI Book is almost done. I need to brush up some lines of 'code' and have someone edit it (Eyes said you would , no take backs! ). Besides those minor points 95% of it is done. For now since we (TE) are occupied and putting all our resources towards saving Skylah, the event will be delayed as long as she is not home. If Skylah survives....*please die so I can become Chancellor!*...I would immediately do a follow up RP session. If enough people are interested I would do a little RP event. It would be fun to get all the Healers (druids, doctors, priests, paladins, etc) toget
  6. Moonpetal Lily: (Quest Herb) Description - White lilies with tall golden pistils, and bright magenta/flame-colored interiors Location - Water's edge in Shadowglen (Teldrassil) Uses - These can be combined with other (unnamed) ingredients to create an antidote to spider venom. Fuming Toadstool: (Quest Herb) Description - Sickly yellow cap, cream stalk Location - Damp areas among the crumbled stones of the Ruins of Lornesta, Darkshore Uses - Can be mixed (with unspecified ingredients) into a salve which will close wounds and lessen pain. Source - Quest: Unsavory Remedies Root Trapper Vi
  7. I had originally planned to organize the already researched entries and my own into something easier to look at. For example, Description, Use, Alchemical uses, How to cultivate, you know etc. A kind of template for all the entries....but I realized it's going to take an incredible amount of work. I should have done it at the beginning when I was writing entries and posting the ones from the guide. Having done this for a two weeks now I'm a little tired >.<. So, I posted two entries that follow a 'general' order. When you write entries there's no definite list order. Just a logical proc
  8. Adder's Tongue A small thistle type plant. It is bright green in color and covered in small, stinging 'hairs.' They are extremely irritating and can cause swelling, blistering, and itching. The plant is named by the local Wolvar Tribe, who seem to run afoul of its effects with a rather... alarming frequency. However the risks are worth it. Wear protective gloves, for you will be stung while harvesting. As this plant grows mainly in temperate or tropical environments with softer, even soggy soil, it is relatively easy to pull. The roots are crushed, boiled, then distilled. The decoction is th
  9. Firebloom This variety of lily flourishes in hot, arid terrain. It is bright red and orange in color, both leaves and flowers, with spindly, delicate stamens. Firebloom is extremely spicy; in small amounts it can be used as a seasoning, but beware! The pollen and nectar of Firebloom will burn the skin when touched! It is advisable to wear gloves while gathering this herb. It may prove difficult to harvest, as the root runs very deep into the ground to find whatever water it can. This plant may be difficult to cultivate at home, as it does not tolerate direct moisture well. DO NOT WATER! It w
  10. <p>I love your drawings! <img src="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/biggrin.png" alt=":D" srcset="<fileStore.core_Emoticons>/emoticons/biggrin@2x.png 2x" width="20" height="20" /> Moar color moar color!</p>

  11. Tomorrow I will post an example of the kind of format the herbs are in so that people can get started.
  12. Thank you Mackinzie for trying to get this 'long ass code' to the public for an initial test run . Didn't work but next time it will Haha. Regardless, your helpful advice and support is appreciated. Also, thanks to my horde contact Sinlanna for joining the research team . For you guys who have no idea wth this is about...I think Mack and Sinlanna can vouch that it's legitimate. Hopefully, Sinlanna can hype this up Horde side to get some people involved :3. Looking to make this a collaborative project. I changed my plan a little. Instead of waiting on the research to be completed (which could