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Please see the style guide for appropriate naming convention for verb articles. Anshou 11:36, 6 January 2006 (CST)

Unbundling a bundled stability contract

Someone tonight asked me if there is a way to separate a bundled stability contract, so you can redeem just one. I have no idea. If you know, and if you can respond here or contact me in the game I would be happy to update this article to show that it is possible (or not possible) (and by what method). Thanks -Soliere FIRENSIA (talk) 03:44, 2 November 2019 (CDT)

Strap from WL General Store

I recall a strap of some sort, which you can buy from Wehnimer's Landing General Store, and which if you hold a pelt in one hand, and the strap in the other hand, and BUNDLE, will begin a WEARABLE bundle. Just noting this, I will try to check if that strap still exists and add a note to this article, but hope someone beats me to it. Thanks. -Soliere FIRENSIA (talk) 20:02, 26 November 2019 (CST)

I tested these two items: "a length of rope" and "a length of frayed hemp cord" from the WL General Store last weekend, I was unable to get them to bundle with troll beards. I tried holding a single skin and bundling with the rope/cord, and a pre-bundled bundle of skins as well. I made various futile attempts with verbs like BUNDLE, COMBINE, WRAP (rope/cord), TIE, nothing worked. I did not try ADD yet but don't think that will work either, still I hope to test it soon. Oh, I also tried to WEAR the rope/cord by itself, although that never worked before, as far as I know. No one else I've talked with seems to remember this, though people say it was a DragonRealms feature to create wearable bundles. I'm fairly certain I never did such a thing in DragonRealms myself, but it was a long time ago. For now, it seems like I was wrong to begin with, extremely confused, or something changed. Thanks for the patience. -Soliere FIRENSIA (talk) 16:36, 2 December 2019 (CST)