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 on: September 19, 2017, 08:08:06 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by pspeed
Man, sorry about that.  I don't have time to check here so often anymore.

A power outage killed the server some time back I guess.  Sorry it took me so long to bring it up again.

Edit: P.S.: For these kinds of emergencies, hitting me up on twitter @MythrunaGame can often result in quicker responses.  While I also don't check that twitter feed so often, it does e-mail me about messages.

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 on: September 10, 2017, 04:23:23 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Think of it like oil and water. Oil, breathable air, floats on top of water, the toxic heavier air. Water stays at the bottom of a cave system, pushing the oil up unless there's a pump to keep the oil flowing into the deeper parts of the cave.Wikipedia has a great article on it. In order to avoid air toxicity in a mineyou need an active ventilation system like a fan.

So the only difference here I see from what I suggested, after having viewed that link, is that the "shaft" or as I suggested, a large pipe,
seems to have been burrowed down from the surface somehow and managed to locate the right spot it needed to, to be able to hit the mine filled with the gas.

...

Putting a fan within said shaft might help if it is allowed in this game. Not sure if they had fans in medieval times. But still, a good idea regardless.

The fan is required for it to work. No fan = gas stays there forever because gravity. There are a great many different types of toxic and caustic cocktails of gasses, which are known as damp in mining terms. Oscillating fans were only just created in the 19th century, but a manual or magnetically powered engine connected to a fan wouldn't be beyond the realm of possibility.

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 on: September 09, 2017, 11:07:02 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Duff_Beer
Think of it like oil and water. Oil, breathable air, floats on top of water, the toxic heavier air. Water stays at the bottom of a cave system, pushing the oil up unless there's a pump to keep the oil flowing into the deeper parts of the cave.Wikipedia has a great article on it. In order to avoid air toxicity in a mineyou need an active ventilation system like a fan.

So the only difference here I see from what I suggested, after having viewed that link, is that the "shaft" or as I suggested, a large pipe,
seems to have been burrowed down from the surface somehow and managed to locate the right spot it needed to, to be able to hit the mine filled with the gas. Instead of the miners digging up and risking sparking something with their tools.

Putting a fan within said shaft might help if it is allowed in this game. Not sure if they had fans in medieval times. But still, a good idea regardless.

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 on: September 09, 2017, 10:35:03 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Duff_Beer
Allready mentioned this in another topic awhile ago I'm pretty sure, but the topic must have been deleted or locked since then as I cannot find it.
So here is this suggestion of mine from another thread.  I saw it in a cartoon once. Looked pretty cool.

Some sort of large wide trunked tree. Maybe some sort of weeping willow/really thick oak hybrid or something.
It mimics certain sounds through echo chamber-like mouth shaped holes in various areas along it's trunk to lure in prey.
Usually mating calls or calls of distress.

The prey is tricked into getting close to a decent sized hole at it's base where the trunk meets the roots.
Once the prey is close enough, one of two things happens.
Either the earth briefly rumbles under the prey's feet, causing it to trip up and slide towards the hole,
or the prey is pulled down toward the hole by the roots, seeming to move of their own volition.

Either way, the prey is bound to wind up going in the hole that stretches open like a mouth to accommodate whatever size the prey is.
Only then does the prey notice several circular rows of sharp pointy shark-like teeth descending into the hole.
Rows of teeth that seem to rotate when the prey gets dangerously close to sliding into the hole,  
like the blades of a blender or food processor.
Ready to dice up the prey and make it into a puree.


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 on: September 08, 2017, 05:27:02 PM 
Started by pspeed - Last post by Rayblon
New problem issue. Dunno if it's just me or everyone this is happening to.
It's timing out when I try to log into the online server.

I've tried everything I can think of on my end. Switching on and off my internet, rebooting my computer, fiddling with my breaker box.
No matter what I do, I get mythruna window to open, I get the online session to look like it's loading for like 5 seconds..
Then it just freezes for a bit before a red screen block appears on the screen producing this.

error connecting to server

connectexception:connection timed out: connection


Paul probably hasnt had the chance to start up the server lately. He's been extremely busy.

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 on: September 08, 2017, 05:25:49 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Think of it like oil and water. Oil, breathable air, floats on top of water, the toxic heavier air. Water stays at the bottom of a cave system, pushing the oil up unless there's a pump to keep the oil flowing into the deeper parts of the cave.Wikipedia has a great article on it. In order to avoid air toxicity in a mineyou need an active ventilation system like a fan.

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 on: September 08, 2017, 08:17:47 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
possibly, but this is the 'official' one.

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 on: September 08, 2017, 03:51:02 AM 
Started by pspeed - Last post by Duff_Beer
New problem issue. Dunno if it's just me or everyone this is happening to.
It's timing out when I try to log into the online server.

I've tried everything I can think of on my end. Switching on and off my internet, rebooting my computer, fiddling with my breaker box.
No matter what I do, I get mythruna window to open, I get the online session to look like it's loading for like 5 seconds..
Then it just freezes for a bit before a red screen block appears on the screen producing this.

error connecting to server

connectexception:connection timed out: connection

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 on: September 08, 2017, 03:40:03 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Duff_Beer
I cant speak for most of it, but the underground or cave based air breathing issues seems easy to fix.
Mine a hole to the surface and put a grate over it so people don't fall in.

Or build some sort of underground air piping system like old fashioned stoves used to have.

Doesn't seem that difficult to me.

Trouble is, carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide, and pretty much everything heavier than oxygen are going to want to go as low as possible... That's why hitting a gas vent underground is super dangerous.

Hitting a gas vent or anything around it would be dangerous cause gas vents are usually so deep into the ground that it's difficult to dig out before you suffocate on the fumes. Or if you hit the vent itself by accident, you'll get a facefull of fumes and die.
Or if you try to dig out, you risk igniting a spark in the process from your tools scrapping against something and turning the whole cavern into a giant fireball.

That about what your trying to say?

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 on: September 08, 2017, 03:35:35 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Duff_Beer
Didn't we already have a thread like this? I could have sworn I already gave out some suggestions that I don't see here.

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