Yeah - both of those are just byproducts of my old-man eyes not seeing well from the toolset and thinking there was a path down from those ledges that there turned out to not be. There's also a bug with a pitfall in one part of the dungeon Blue told me about that is a similar "Stuck" point. I got one fixed last night, but never heard of or saw the second one until now. I'll get it fixed when I get home tonight!
Forgiver, my dude. Falling into the gap on the way TO the dungeon is AWFUL. One good change today, not requiring a jump or a portal to even enter the zone, A+. But now if you fall (even if roped, because it doesn't actually work), you get stuck in an area you can't leave without a jump or portal.
Working telescopes (atm): old Celestron C8 SCT I purchased back in 1979, new Celestron OmniXLT 150 6" f/5 Newtonian, cheapo Meade 90mm f/8.8 refractor sniped off of eBay for $30 (these three I use on a Celestron AVX mount). Also a homebuilt 10" Dobsonian put together in 2010 and a homebuilt 6" Newtonian I made in H.S. c. 1966. Main imaging camera (atm) is a Canon 60D DSLR. The new camera is the SVBony SV305 Pro - plan to use it as a guide camera and for moon/planetary imaging.
They receive the DC benefit from items, but not from spell foci, since alchemist gas clouds are not spells. They also don't receive the bonus from the wild magic robe specifically since gas clouds can't wild magic.
How is Thain different from the Original Bioware Campaigns?
- Your character is not the center of the story. Like the real world, your character plays a part and every part is significant, but no plot puts your character as the central focus of all other PCs and NPCs permanently. In the Bioware Campaigns, everything focused around your character--not the case on Thain. The world continues turning even after you log off, which means every day will be different on the server!
- Drow, Duergar, Chromatic Dragons (including Red Dragon Disciples that have 9+ ranks), Tieflings, and Illithids are examples of races that present a clear and obvious threat to civilised society. This is not an exhaustive list, it's just a sample. They are considered dangerous by the NPCs and are kill-on-sight. PCs that offer aid to such dangerous beings are also considered a danger to the safety of the citizenry and may be warned, jailed, cursed, and/or shot on sight by NPCs for openly aiding such creatures. In the Bioware Campaigns, you come across good Drow and Tieflings and even work with them--not the case on Thain.