Historical RP: What's your daily diet?
Thank you Duchess. (laughs) Bring one of your pretty picnic baskets...
My diet too tends to be what's most at hand and easy to fix. I have a lot of rice in storage, chicken, and of course there is an abundance of verr meat for offer. I eat verr skewers, and chicken with rice a lot. These things are also easy to fix while at the carpentry table. I also often use potatoes and tomatoes in dishes. I enjoy cooking the fancier foods, and save some for decoration, and for hosting/event buffet tables (please folks, eat the foods) or for sale (please folks, eat the foods) if I know someone wants it. It does take some of the fun out of fixing the fancier things when they don't get used so I stick with the staples a lot.
All good. No fishy explosions. I was saved from running through the village screaming ew ew EW!! lol
I don't know if you'd ever rent the dairy/light house but I always thought that would make a great little lake-side home. Good potential for story there too. It's wonderfully worn and surprisingly roomy.
Tiamat, I'm curious about what you said. Antiquity uses items from both systems? In what ways? Is there a market where items from both systems are sold?
Antiquity makes some use of G&S although we also have an in-house trading system.
I like the idea of our two groups purchasing from each other's market areas. I also like the idea of our group interacting with roleplay. One thing that is a bit tricky (and you might check with the Magritte admins on this), as I understand it, non Magritte residents are OOC (out of character) visitors and are asked not to interact directly. In fact the OOC tag we are asked to wear says communication in one-on-one IMs only. Arranged market days there would be hard to do unless we set up a conference chat and still, I'd want to be sure the Magritte admins were ok with the idea. Never the less, it would be nice to bring business back and forth among the groups.
I feel I can finally breath a sigh of relief now that the season of gray spooks and dark creeping shadows recedes, and the warm cheerful colors of autumn settle in. How nice to once again hear only the clang of the forge and the baa-ing of the goats. Back to the hustle of bustle of Hamlet business.
The printer has delivered the new D'Qat Sea View Farm crate labels, and the carpenter is delivering our crates. We look forward to getting our products to market!
I currently am interested in continuing with:
I wouldn't mind doing some pottery.
I am growing: