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Library: All you need to know about Emerald Discs for Ships

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Author: daria
Date:Nov 17 2004

This guide is for emerald discs that are dropped by creatures around the
realm.  This guide lists them from smallest to largest, giving complete
descriptions and weight.  Placement of discs will always start with
number 1 and end with number 10 - there is no way to mess up the order
in which they are placed.  Ship scan grids start out at 1x1 and
go up to a 10x10 scan.  This scan will identify any vessels within
the grid as navy, merchant, or pirate.

Syntax for using the Emerald Discs: Attach disc

Emerald Disc 1
This tiny disc is little more than a flat piece of emerald with some grooves
running along its outside edge. There is also a very small star-shaped hole in
the middle of one side, which goes approximately halfway through the gem.
Despite its remarkably smooth surface, the whole thing is rather dull in
appearance.
0.24kg

Emerald Disc 2
This disc is really a tiny ring, which is approximately half an inch thick. It
is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been pieced
together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the grooves on
the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably smooth
surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
1.00kg

Emerald Disc 3
This disc is really a very small ring, which is approximately half an inch
thick. It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been
pieced together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the
grooves on the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably
smooth surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
2.25kg

Emerald Disc 4
This disc is really a small ring, which is approximately half an inch thick.
It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been pieced
together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the grooves on
the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably smooth
surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
3.20kg

Emerald Disc 5 
This disc is really a fair-sized ring, which is approximately half an inch
thick. It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been
pieced together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the
grooves on the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably
smooth surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
3.75kg

Emerald Disc 6
This disc is really a fairly large ring, which is approximately half an inch
thick. It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been
pieced together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the
grooves on the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably
smooth surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
3.60kg

Emerald Disc 7
This disc is really a large ring, which is approximately half an inch thick.
It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been pieced
together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the grooves on
the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably smooth
surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
1.96kg

Emerald Disc 8
This disc is really a very large ring, which is approximately half an inch
thick. It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been
pieced together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the
grooves on the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably
smooth surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
2.56kg

Emerald Disc 9
This disc is really a huge ring, which is approximately half an inch thick. It
is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been pieced
together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the grooves on
the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably smooth
surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
3.24kg

Emerald Disc 10
This disc is really a massive ring, which is approximately half an inch thick.
It is made of various oddly shaped pieces of emerald which have been pieced
together. Various sections may slide back and forth, changing the grooves on
the inner and outer edges of the ring. Despite having a remarkably smooth
surface, the whole piece is rather dull in appearance.
4.00kg


Some examples:

A level 1 disc will give this type of scan.
The following image forms in your mind:

  .
 .*.
  .


Now, a level 10 scan will give you much more information, as
per the example below.

The following image forms in your mind:


/          .          
/     .........      
/    .............    
/   ...............   
/  .................  
/  .................  
/ ................... 
/ ................... 
/ ................... 
/ ................... 
/..........*..........
/ ................... 
/ ................... 
/ ................... 
/ ................... 
/  .................  
/  .................  
/   ...............   
/    .............    
/      .........      
/          .          

Both of the above examples are when you are in the open land.

You can also scan while at a dock to gather information about
the ships that occupy the same room.  It will display the following

The scanner has a better range when in the overworld.
However, the following ships were detected in this room:
aaaaaaa (pirate)
bbbbbbb (merchant)
ccccccc (navy)
You feel mentally and physically drained.


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