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Bug #4975
Bug synopsis: Maybe a new race
Reported against: ADOM 1.1.1
Operating system: Windows XP
Submitted on: 2003-12-29, 22:10:15
Submitted by: Robert
Bug state: in progress
Bug description: I think i have a new idea for a race you could work off of but might be a bit too mythical or something like that. I dont know...

YETI--Yetis are creatures that were once thought as a myth. Living in the mountains and enjoying their privacy, this is one reason they are a bit frightening by people. Their charisma is low because of little or no contact with other races. Yetis are muscular and so are skilled in close combat. They have mostly the same physical features as humans, aside from the slight fur coat. Mostly in good, hearty moods, they rarely get angry unless provoked. They are also very intelligent and not very religious. Yetis are exellent Fighters and Beastfighters but make lousy Mages and Necromancers.

Yetis train in the following skills: Alertness, Athletics, Bridge Building, Climbing, Food preservation, Literacy, Stealth, and Survival

There you go i hope you like!
Bug evaluation: No evaluation so far.
Comments (926): This is a RFE. Not a bug!

-- Bug (2004-12-08, 13:59:46)
First off....Yetis are monsters....not some race ok I mean come on trolls are a race...yetis are monsters get that through your head the description is good for the monster but this shoudn't be a race they could be resistant to cold since they live up in thoughs cold cold mountins Brrrrr

-- Elementle of Darkness (2004-12-22, 19:55:31)
Can I just say no?

-- Matti Merikari (2004-12-25, 23:46:24)
hell no.

-- jepsotus (2005-02-26, 18:42:32)
achieve some grammar, elementle, some spelling too(elemental) it's a good idea. trolls and hurthlings are monsters early in the game, and the mad carpenter is a human monster, so what's the problem?

Yetis are a bit exotic, though

-- kylee (2005-03-31, 21:46:26)

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-- Karl (2005-07-09, 15:45:04)
Yetis are too much like trolls!

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-- FlN40W23l4 (2006-03-05, 12:09:22)
Whatever you say, this is a good idea! Though Yetis live near snowy places... a chance to spawn near the library, then go down rampaging there and instill fear in those poor Bugbears.
Seriously... umm... no thanks

-- Battle bunny (2006-06-16, 16:52:16)
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