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  • Eat, Drink and be Merry!!

    Every once in a while, the staff decides to let the various Houses design some new cultural foods to share with the game. And that is really cool and fun, yes?

    But then I thought to myself, well...what about all our other friends? What about all the other cultures? That just ain't right! So I said to myself, "Well Topsy...let's make it right!!"

    What does that mean for you? Well it means that anyone and everyone can send me over an email with some suggestions for things you would love to see in game!! And it doesn't have to be just Celtic, French, Italian or German! Nope! What we want is some super fresh offerings from different locations! Spanish, Morracan, English, Russian....you name it, we want it!

    So if you have some hunger for a cuisine other than the norm, send that to me (if you can include the description, scent and taste too that would be awesomesaucy) at topsy at ironclaw . skotos dot net and maybe one day you'll find that somewhere in game!!

    NomNomNom,
    Your local pancake staffer, Topsy

  • #2
    Boop!!!! Feed me, Seymour!!!

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    • #3
      Okay so I've gotten a handful of good submissions but I have some really important questions for you all.

      Where are the comfort foods? Where are the diner foods??

      We have twenty different candies. Just as many fish dishes. We have raw veggies galore.

      But it tell me this; what is a girl to do when she wants a piece of basic fried chicken? Where are my sandwiches and salads and steaks?

      Can I get a soup that is more than just plain broth?! I'm sure you all would love a nice fried egg or maybe you have a hankering for a big ole bowl of stick to your ribs stew.

      We've got over a hundred cultural foods and fancy foods and exotic foods but we are sorely lacking on some basic down-home goodies.

      Halp!!!

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      • #4
        Just out of curiosity...we have Celtic for the Bisclavret, German for the Doloreaux, French for the Avoirdupois, and Italian for the Rinaldi. What culture, if any, would symbolize the Phelan?

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