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==References==
 
==References==
 
*"Ur-" is a German prefix meaning something like "the original" or "the reference copy". (Consider [[wikipedia:Alfred Wegener|Wegener's]] "Urkontinent", now commonly called "[[wikipedia:Pangaea|Pangaea]]".) But how to word that exactly? --{{User:Club/sig}} 20:39, 29 September 2011 (CEST)
 
*"Ur-" is a German prefix meaning something like "the original" or "the reference copy". (Consider [[wikipedia:Alfred Wegener|Wegener's]] "Urkontinent", now commonly called "[[wikipedia:Pangaea|Pangaea]]".) But how to word that exactly? --{{User:Club/sig}} 20:39, 29 September 2011 (CEST)
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*The item description and consumption message appears to be a clear reference to Plato and his 'Socratic Dialogues'. Plato's dialogues have been used to teach a range of subjects, including philosophy, logic, ethics, rhetoric, and mathematics.--[[User:Hairgirl|Hairgirl]] 15:53, 4 October 2011 (CEST)

Latest revision as of 13:53, 4 October 2011

Stat gains: (muscle day)

  • 1st -- Substats: 89/54/73
  • 2nd -- Substats: 83/57/79
  • 3rd -- Substats: 100/76/69
  • 4th -- Substats: 85/66/73
  • 5th -- Substats: 67/50/70
  • 6th -- Substats: 100/50/62
  • 7th -- Substats: 97/79/65
  • 8th -- Substats: 82/74/59
  • 9th -- Substats: 69/69/65
  • 10th -- Substats: 84/51/65
  • 11th -- Substats: 84/70/55
  • 12th -- Substats: 100/50/73
  • 13th -- Substats: 90/70/62
  • 14th -- Substats: 94/52/50
  • 15th -- Substats: 88/52/54

My guess is that all gains are 50-79 or 80. But I guess more spading's needed. --Nod Flenders 08:50, 11 September 2011 (CEST)

References

  • "Ur-" is a German prefix meaning something like "the original" or "the reference copy". (Consider Wegener's "Urkontinent", now commonly called "Pangaea".) But how to word that exactly? --Club (#66669) (Talk) 20:39, 29 September 2011 (CEST)
  • The item description and consumption message appears to be a clear reference to Plato and his 'Socratic Dialogues'. Plato's dialogues have been used to teach a range of subjects, including philosophy, logic, ethics, rhetoric, and mathematics.--Hairgirl 15:53, 4 October 2011 (CEST)