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Offline Rubinia

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Skeleton supply
« on: July 04, 2017, 10:42:33 PM »
Hello,

I'm currently playing as the Tsimitse girl. I've five dots in the Viscitiude (please forgive the spelling) and I'm eager to try the summoning of Szlachta's (funny term for them, but whatever! WhiteWolf world seems to be mixed up).
I've got the Raw human flesh. The problem is with the Skeleton. I've used the Bonecraft on some unfortunates and the resulting item is called Bones.

So, how do I gain the Skeleton in the game, so that I could make a Szlachta monster?

I've a level 3 of Reserch but I'm able to push it to 5 soon, only I'm not certain if it's neccessery to go through with the discipline.
I've also tried the little-two-legged-ghouls-making thing (equip Raw human flesh and attack) and they appeared, it worked, so the Szlachta should too. 


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Re: Skeleton supply
« Reply #1 on: August 04, 2018, 09:02:13 PM »
Late reply, but "Bones" functions just fine for the skeleton. Your problem is you're using raw human flesh rather than just "Flesh." Raw human flesh does not work in the creation of large szlachta, only the small ones Andrei uses. You need regular flesh, acquired from killing someone after having used Fleshcraft on them.

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Re: Skeleton supply
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2018, 03:03:29 PM »
Thank you for the aswer! I'll know for future!

And now I know the importance of the adjectives even in PC games :P
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