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News of the Kingdom from Coldfront:

Summer is here, and what better way to spend the dog days than in a One Crazy Random Summer run? The new Summer 2015 challenge path causes monsters tochange in inexplicable ways. Some may be drunk, others shy and still others... turgid. Each class has a unique reward for completing the path, so collectors will need to run this path at least six times (but not necessarily in-season). The leaderboards are somewhat different too, awarding players for having the "Funestest" run. As usual, the Forums of Loathing are discussing the new mechanics and strategies in-depth in the official discussion thread!

Today's Featured Article:

Feeling Lucky?

Are you new in the game? Because if you are, you're in LUCK!

Luck, unlike in other RPGs, is not part of your stats. There is a special object that can grant you great luck for one adventure. To get some of this good fortune for yourself, you can take a pilgrimage into the mountains, dig through the trash, or hit the bottom of the barrel. And after all that happens, betting on your lucky numbers or thanking your lucky stars might help you find more.

Adventuring with this special object can make it easy to get one item or another that you need for a quest, or help you find special items that you can't normally find. Lucky people tend to be stronger, smarter, and cooler than others. You might need a little luck to build your toy collection. You can also get more meat from a lucky creature I know of. On a special day you can even mix up a lucky drink.

Sometimes it's wise to save your luck for when you really need it. That is why you might make your special object less lucky. In the end, if you never get lucky at all, you might just find yourself out of luck, which could turn out to be a good thing.

Learn more here.

Today in KoL History:

2010: Due to a confluence of external factors and poor planning, December's Item-of-the-Month will probably be at least a couple of days late.

2010: Check your campsite for an Advent calendar full of treats, courtesy of your friends at CRIMBCO.

2009: Announcement: Don Crimbo has left each and every Adventurer a little present at his or her campsite. He is currently in Uncle P's antiques, if you would care to discuss the terms of your repayment for this holiday favor.

Also, December's Item-of-the-Month is now available in Mr. Store.

Also also, if you want anything from the Store of Loathing to be delivered in time for Christmas, you should order it by this Wednesday.

2008: Uncle Crimbo managed to hobble into everybody's campsite last night and leave behind a little something. Also, Happy St. Sneaky Pete's Day. Also, December's Item-of-the-Month is now available in Mr. Store. Sheesh.

2008: The miscellaneous section of inventory has been altered slightly -- any quest item that is, for example, a potion type item will now be in the potion section and not the quest item section. I'm not sure if this actually changes anything or not.

2007: Uncle Crimbo stopped by everybody's campsite in the dead of night and dropped off a little calendar full of goodies. Perfectly normal, perfectly healthy goodies.

In other, more cybermatical news, December's Item-of-the-Month is now available in Mr. Store.

2006: December's Item-of-the-Month is now available in Mr. Store.

Also, the first part of the Crimboween event has begun. Check your campsite to see if anything has spookily materialized there.

Also also, due to the scope (and gradually-unfolding nature) of the Crimboween stuff, we're going to take a break from our regular Tuesday updates for the rest of December.

2006: Heart necklaces are now a free pull from Hagnk's.

2005: A monster's HP now increases, in addition to its power and defense, if its level is increased by any means.

2004: The 10-fights-per-day PvP restriction has been changed to reset at the nightly rollover, rather than on a sliding 24-hour clock.

Also, I fixed a bug where the second challenge (which is supposed to compare unbuffed stats) was using buffed stats, instead. Thanks to everybody who noticed this and reported it.

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