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A Fairy Tale Part I - Growing Pains; 27 February 2006
Topic Started: 3 Mar 2006, 07:51 PM (565 Views)
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Martin the master gardener is confused. What can have caused all his crops to fail? Pop down to Draynor Village and try to help him get to the root of the problem. Is there something more serious going on, or are these just growing pains? Players clever enough to solve the problem will be rewarded with a generous dose of xp, and even a new farming tool to help you get the most out of your crops.
In other news, we highly recommend you visit and take a look at our new and improved Zanaris! Stand and stare at the marvel that is a cow-powered windmill or converse with poetic sheep! Watch out for random fairy effects though, things have become awfully strange down there...

Elsewhere, we've got another batch of letters brought to you by RuneScape's beloved Postie Pete. This time he's been down into the dark caves below Lumbridge to find out what the Dorgeshuun tribe has to say about frogs and cannibalism...
There is little less common than common sense.

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