We each had the job of creating our own room for Anuramortis.
My room was the Tweed Museum:
The room's floor is damp and has turned into a miniature marsh. There are lily pads and tiny fish swimming around. There is huge pine trees growing out of the wall bearing odd slimly cones. The cones attract a lot of bugs. These are great treats for frogs and they love to pluck them when they are full of bugs. There are old painting and exhibits still left very much intact.
A slimy cone-3 but one has something other than bugs.
Inside the slime is an obsidian ring with the engraving :
"G.T. May your love of tea, be a part of your loving memory."
Order of events:
1. There are 3 main items that can be seen.
a. Painting-If click on first will read: "In loving memory of my husband, 1946."
b. Slimy cone-one with a ring in it. It will be shiny to alert players to it. If you click the cone again you obtain the cone. Another cone has a bugs all over it. You can get it if you click again.
c. Knowledge Free-If you click on him, he croaks. If you have a the bug covered cone, the toad will take it and give you a notebook in exchange. Note book has info on tea berries and how they can be used for paint as well as medicinal purposes. Has info on Alice Tweed.
d. Ring-Engraved with "G.T. May your love of tea, be a part of your loving memory."
2. Procedure for beating room:
a. Obtain Engraved ring
b. Obtain bug-coated slime cone
c. Click frog and receive notebook
d. Obtain non-coated slime cone
e. Click on painting and use ring to scrap paint onto the non-coated slime
After finding the tea berry. You are contacted by the scientist and told that you should mix it really well and apply it to your infected area. It should begin to relieve joint pain.
This is the completed panorama created by Anne and illustrated by Eric. They did a fantastical job making the room based on my description.
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