It’s time for a new mystery object. Today we have this lovely plate of sushi rolls and dumplings on a bed of noodles. This delicious treat is bought to us courtesy of Shangri-la by Embri@Deepwood. Can you guess what the dumplings and noodles are made of?
When I posted the mystery steam, I thought I knew what it was made from, but I was wrong. It wasn’t two items but one turned on it’s head. The Ivory Menhir gives of a particle cloud that looks like the steam in the video but only from the pointy end of the menhir. Just goes to show that dimension items need to be turned every which way to realise their full potential.
Sadly, the version of the flying mount Radish discovered is only available in dimensions. It seems, in Caer Kholum at least, a bug in the graphics system and the addon, Magic Carpet, causes the carpet to disappear. If you mount up and ride around the outer courtyard of Caer Kholum, it appears as if you are flying on your mount.
I don’t know if I’d like to see flying mounts in Rift. When they were introduced in World of Warcraft, they were wonderous fun, allowing a birds eye view of the most beautiful places in WoW. They also made the world much smaller and removed much of the incentive to travel slowly and see what could be seen. A mixed blessing, as can be seen at every expansion, when flying is removed so that players must see the world on foot till they reach maximum level.