Palace of Parody
This Thread is about Palace of Parody, a place located in the Town within the Medieval Fantasy world of Ruler of Kings II. Discussion here is Out of Character where Players can feel free to converse about any happening or dealings they had at Palace of Parody.
Note: Keep in mind that one Player's encounter at Palace of Parody may be different from another Player's experience because of choices and in game dynamics.
Lady Fluke is a very unusual person but she does provide some great services to help you achieve your best. Here starting quest gives you a chance to build up character experience so you can go to level 1.
The palace is definitely not utilized as it probably should be. There is way too much emphasis on getting battles going so you can go up in levels when you should be building up your character. Probably that's why death occurs often. I guess Lady Fluke's words need to be taken seriously.
Yes use her to build up your body, mind and soul scores. That is something that you will find very useful as you go up in levels. Plus if you die she can get your sould back up too.
Because there aren't specific jobs you can do based on your profession or randomly I think there should be more ways to earn PP. The current ones limit you to if you have certain media accounts, writing, etc. But if you've done all those and need more soul because you died so many times like me rolleyes then access to PP is needed badly.
I like the Palace. Its a very different place to all the other places you visit. My only wish is that there were more conventional ways to get the pretty pebbles but since the Palace is unconventional I suspect that won't change anytime soon.
This Palace is very interesting. A very colorful character that I can't figure out as yet. Is she a he or he a she? Really it doesn't matter but there is some saucy drama between her and others in the town.
Fairmaiden, you may consider her to be interesting, even exotic. Some may find strange her peculiar features.
However, one thing is for sure: she really shows herself as a generous person considering she is always willing to help us become stronger!
We interrupt Palace Of Parody to share educational moment from yesteryear:
Today is: 9th December (GMT), in history on the 9th of December, 1977 AD the following death happened:
Clarice Lispector: Writer