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[Wesnoth-cvs-commits] wesnoth/data/units Ancient_Wose.cfg Elder_Wose....

From: ott
Subject: [Wesnoth-cvs-commits] wesnoth/data/units Ancient_Wose.cfg Elder_Wose....
Date: Wed, 13 Jul 2005 11:58:07 -0400

CVSROOT:        /cvsroot/wesnoth
Module name:    wesnoth
Changes by:     ott <address@hidden>    05/07/13 15:58:07

Modified files:
        data/units     : Ancient_Wose.cfg Elder_Wose.cfg Wose.cfg 

Log message:
        new Wose descriptions, edited from Jetryl's originals


Index: wesnoth/data/units/Ancient_Wose.cfg
diff -u wesnoth/data/units/Ancient_Wose.cfg:1.16 
--- wesnoth/data/units/Ancient_Wose.cfg:1.16    Tue Jul  5 13:42:04 2005
+++ wesnoth/data/units/Ancient_Wose.cfg Wed Jul 13 15:58:07 2005
@@ -23,7 +23,11 @@
-unit_description= _ "Terrible and awe-inspiring, the most ancient of woses 
grow to a tremendous size. They are a thing rarely seen outside of legend, 
wherein they are said to kick aside their enemies like sticks and feathers, and 
to possess an unearthly strength, crushing the greatest of boulders into 
powder, as though all the strength of a tree to grow and split through stone 
over the course of years was brought to bear in a mere moment. These same 
legends speak of their tireless stewardship of the forests of the world, the 
desecration of which is often the only thing which could incur the wrath of 
these otherwise kind and curious beings."
+unit_description= _ "There is a curious story of a farmer who had a great oak 
in his lawn, a tree which had stood when his father first broke the soil on 
that land, and under which his family had many memories. It was thus a shock to 
him, one morning, when he awoke to find it somehow spirited away, with nothing 
but a bare patch of earth where it once stood. The poor farmer was never quite 
the same, afterwards.
+Such encounters are all that is known of what are presumably the most ancient 
of woses.
+Special Notes: Woses regenerate by using natural resources around them, 
without needing to huddle in villages to obtain sustenance and aid."
Index: wesnoth/data/units/Elder_Wose.cfg
diff -u wesnoth/data/units/Elder_Wose.cfg:1.7 
--- wesnoth/data/units/Elder_Wose.cfg:1.7       Tue Apr  5 16:22:24 2005
+++ wesnoth/data/units/Elder_Wose.cfg   Wed Jul 13 15:58:07 2005
@@ -14,7 +14,11 @@
 advanceto=Ancient Wose
-unit_description= _ "Elder Woses have grown great and tall. Towering over most 
enemies, they can deliver crushing blows, while resisting the enemy's 
counterattacks. Watching one unexpectedly come stalking towards you out of a 
forest is a terrifying sight. They are still very slow and stiff, being nearly 
immune to arrows but still quite flammable. Drawing energy from nature around 
them, Elder Woses can quickly heal themselves in the face of tremendous 
+unit_description= _ "Woses have been said to possess many shapes, all of them 
tree-like in form, and as they age, to increase in size. Tales tell of woses 
who resemble trees in this respect as well, towering over the creatures who 
walk beneath them. This is the greater part of why they are so rarely seen - 
standing in the slumber which they so often do, a wose of that stature appears 
to be nothing more than an oddly-shaped tree. Even a careless elf can sometimes 
be fooled.
+Woses are not warriors by any means, however the strength they possess is 
obviously capable of violence, should someone manage to raise the ire of these 
+Special Notes: Woses regenerate by using natural resources around them, 
without needing to huddle in villages to obtain sustenance and aid."
Index: wesnoth/data/units/Wose.cfg
diff -u wesnoth/data/units/Wose.cfg:1.18 wesnoth/data/units/Wose.cfg:1.19
--- wesnoth/data/units/Wose.cfg:1.18    Tue Apr  5 16:22:24 2005
+++ wesnoth/data/units/Wose.cfg Wed Jul 13 15:58:07 2005
@@ -14,7 +14,11 @@
 advanceto=Elder Wose
-unit_description= _ "Woses are treelike creatures of legend. They rose from 
the forest, and when in a forest they are indistinguishable from ordinary 
trees. Their form is very slow and stiff, so they cannot avoid attacks very 
well. Their tough bark is highly resistant to cold, crushing attacks, and 
arrows, although blades have no trouble cutting through it, and they are very 
flammable. By drawing nutrients from the ground and energy from the sun, Woses 
can regrow missing limbs after a fight."
+unit_description= _ "Rarely seen, even by elves, a Wose is an order of 
creature about which little is known. The elves are the source of most of this 
knowledge; they know that these beings are not descended from trees, despite 
the similarity in form, and they know that a wose is more closely tied to the 
faerie world than the elves themselves, though in a different way. The motives 
and workings of their kind are unknown, though most posit the obvious idea that 
woses are wardens of the natural world.
+Woses are utterly unwarlike, but possess a great strength. They are, however, 
neither used to, nor quick at moving around.
+Special Notes: Woses regenerate by using natural resources around them, 
without needing to huddle in villages to obtain sustenance and aid."

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