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[quote] On 29-10-2016 18:25, royston wrote: Zedar, Thank you for your advice. I have found it pays to use strings in certain circumstances. I always use them when sailing across the sea. I find their use essential to avoid the patrolling sharks. I have never been blocked at sea. Probably I will now on my next game. Recently I have also started to use strings on the Island to locate the dragon, starting and ending at a safe location but all too often I trip on a tree route [I think I will leave that typo in] and end up in the oggin. So I think I will revert to just searching the place one room at a time till I find the dragon. I think it's safe as long as you have the stuff in your hand. Snag is, I often forget to take it out of the bag. There is usually more than enough time to get away after doing the business. Incidentally you can tease the dragon by waving it at him instead of doing what you normally do. The result is unexpected. But beware after five or six goes it gets fed up with this game and will attack.
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