Re: [Bug] Coins in Containers?
- --- In email@example.com, Emily Smirle <smirle4498@r...> wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Thomas Clegg" <arknight@s...> > >[furtive glance] must type quickly while server copies files! The
> >>I just tried adding a bunch of coins to a sack, and could only add 50
> >>coins to it. since the Sack contains 40 lbs, shouldn't the contains
> >>tag have COINS=2000 added to the CONTAINS?
> > Sometimes there's item limits, not just weight limits. Like it may
> > not be possible to physically fit more than 50 coins into a sack,
> > The SRD says that the Sack holds 1cf. Not sure what that >
master will notice!
By the same token, the flasks & waterskins are broken when it comes to
potions. the "Fluid" tag is flawed in that water & oil are pints/ea
(milk carton) but potions are 1 ounce/ea (e.g. airplane bottle/test
> I suspect platinum pieces are about the size of a sequin...BTW: AD&D coins weigh 9g each (.02 lbs). using U.S. coins as the
basis and assuming 50% nickel alloying 'cuz I'm lazy & I'll be back to
upgrading a server in moments so excel will have to be stupid simple:
gp ~nickel (comparable to 14k gold @ 13.7g/cc)
sp ~dollar/gold dollar
cp ~dollar/gold dollar
Each of these is about 10% thinner than normal.
& the following densities
Nickel (Ni) = 8.9 g/cc Silver (Ag) = 10.5 g/cc Gold (Au) = 19.3 g/cc
Copper (Cu) = 8.9 g/cc Platinum (Pt) = 20.5 g/cc
Crap! The error beep calls! Yes my diminumtive dark lord! I hear