Introduced at Guildfest 423, scroll stackers allow users to (PUSH MY <STACKER> WITH MY <SCROLL>) in order to scribe multiple copies of a number of different spell scrolls into them. The scroll being scribed is destroyed in the proccess. Each copy can later be retrieved using (PULL MY <STACKER>) after it has been TURNed to a section.
STUDYing your scroll stacker will reveal its capacity and whether or not it is a custom paper stacker.
Different scroll stackers have different capacities. Standard festival shop stackers have 20 spell sections capable of holding up to 10 copies of a spell. Capacities for limited items are higher, with GM Auction scroll stackers having 50 spell sections capable of holding 50 copies each.
|fire-blasted tome bound in leather||50||50|
|organized roll of leaves secured with twine||50||50|
|elegant folio bound in pale leather||30||25|
Some stackers allow for custom paper options which mean that when PULLed, you will get a <PAPER> SCROLL. To change the type of paper that a custom paper scroll stacker uses, PUSH MY <STACKER> WITH MY PAPER when holding a different type of paper.
Scroll stackers are also containers capable of holding items. Standard ones sold at festivals have a capacity of 6 length x 3 width x 3 height x 60 stones. You can LOOK IN, RUMMAGE or INVENTORY the stacker to view its contents.
- If you CLOSE and OPEN the stacker it will return to the first page. This is useful if you aren't able to get back to the first page with TURN.
- The stacker is also a container. If you find your scroll "missing", try LOOK IN <STACKER> as you might have PUT your scroll in the container instead of PUSH <STACKER> WITH <SCROLL>
- Examining the <stacker>, you're pretty sure you can OPEN, CLOSE, READ, LOOK, TURN, PUSH, PULL, FLIP.
- Your <stacker> currently has 20 spell sections and allows for 10 copies of each.
- Your <stacker> allows for custom paper on <stacker>.
- Your <stacker> is currently configured to use <paper> for scrolls. To change this, you can PUSH your <stacker> with a different PAPER.
- SYNTAX: PUSH <stacker> with (SCROLL)
- To remove a written scroll:
- READ (when closed): The <stacker> is closed.
- READ (when open to an empty section): This section is empty.
- READ (when open to an empty section - folio with contents): There's nothing in this section, but you may have spells on other sections. You can TURN <stacker> to check another section.
- READ (when open to a spell section): The <stacker> is open to the <spell name> section. There is <number>"" copy/copies of the spell left. You can PULL <stacker> to remove the/a copy.
- LOOK: Provides the same results as READ but also shows the scroll stacker's long description.
- LOOK IN <STACKER>: [now (see discussion)] reveals items contained within.
- TURN (when closed): Turning your <stacker> vertical, you flip through the pages rapidly, glancing at the contents without really seeing what's there. [If you're trying to TURN to another section, you need to OPEN your <stacker> first.]
- TURN (when open): You turn to a new section in your <stacker>.
- PUSH (when closed): You tap your finger against your <stacker> pensively. [If you're trying to add something to your <stacker>, you need to open the <stacker> first.]
- PUSH (when open): What are you trying to push into your <stacker>? [SYNTAX: PUSH <stacker> WITH (SCROLL|PAPER)]
- PUSH (with unread scroll): Realizing that the scroll is not labelled, you stop, unsure of where to add the spell in.
- PUSH (with un-sectioned scroll): Not finding a matching section, you flip to an empty section, and after labeling it, you copy in the spell. Your scroll crumbles to dust afterward.
- PUSH (with sectioned scroll): Flipping through the tome, you find room in a matching section, and copy in the spell. Your scroll crumbles to dust afterward.
- PULL (when closed): You pull at the binding on your <stacker>. [If you're trying to remove a scroll, you need to open the FOLIO first.]
- PULL (when open to an empty section): This section is empty.
- PULL (when open to a spell section - multiple copies): Carefully, you remove a copy of the spell from your <stacker>.
- PULL (when open to a spell section - last copy): This was the last copy in that section. You erase the section from your <stacker>.
- You flip through the <stacker>, checking each section before closing it.
- The <spell> section has 1 copy available.
- Section 2 is empty.
- Section 3 is empty.
- Section 4 is empty.
- Section 5 is empty.
- Section 6 is empty.
- Section 7 is empty.
- Section 8 is empty.
- Section 9 is empty.
- Section 10 is empty.
- Section 11 is empty.
- Section 12 is empty.
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