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==Element and Axis==
 
==Element and Axis==
 
Dirtamancy is Stuffamancy, the magic of Matter. It is aligned to the axis of Erf. So, Dirtamancy is concerned with Stuff on Erf; specifically, rock, dirt, and crap. [[User:Commander I. Heartly Noah|Commander I. Heartly Noah]] June 3 2009
 
Dirtamancy is Stuffamancy, the magic of Matter. It is aligned to the axis of Erf. So, Dirtamancy is concerned with Stuff on Erf; specifically, rock, dirt, and crap. [[User:Commander I. Heartly Noah|Commander I. Heartly Noah]] June 3 2009
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=="Unusual" bonus==
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The page mentions that a bonus to mineral golems led by a dirtamancer is "unusual"... but for all we know any caster that can create units (like a dollamancer) also gives them a bonus. We know that this is true for croakamancers and uncroaked. -- [[user:DevilDan|DevilDan]]
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== Improvement of a city level ==
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Isn't the improvement of the city level done automatically? That item needs a more detailed explanation, as it seems thoroughly misleading.
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:Not sure, it was already up there and said that it required a caster-linkup.  That part is pure speculation... not sure about the rest of it, because I wasn't willing to go through the comic again to disprove that part.
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::Now it's Canon after a Summer Update.  Dirtamancer definitely provides discounts to upgrading city level.
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--[[User:Ichthus|Ichthus]] ([[User talk:Ichthus|eyeBook]]) 19:28, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
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My original concern was the idea that it made upgrading "faster." [[user:DevilDan|DevilDan]]
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==Natural dirtamancy==
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I think building and upgrading ia kind of natural dirtamancy, just like natural thinkamancy and natural moneymancy. i think that's why a dirtamancer in the city can reduce the costs for an upgrade. --[[User:Welf von Ehrwald|Welf von Ehrwald]] 23:00, 26 August 2009 (UTC)
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==Alternate Golem Types==
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We've seen rock and metal golems, but what about making actual ''dirt'' golems?  I think having someone field Terra-Cotta Warriors would be awesome. [[User:Jszellmer|Jszellmer]] 22:48, 6 January 2013 (EST)
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* Couldn't be any more delicate than the glass tchotchkes we've seen! -[[User:No one in particular|No one in particular]] 22:19, 6 January 2013 (EST)

Latest revision as of 23:48, 6 January 2013

Element and Axis

Dirtamancy is Stuffamancy, the magic of Matter. It is aligned to the axis of Erf. So, Dirtamancy is concerned with Stuff on Erf; specifically, rock, dirt, and crap. Commander I. Heartly Noah June 3 2009

"Unusual" bonus

The page mentions that a bonus to mineral golems led by a dirtamancer is "unusual"... but for all we know any caster that can create units (like a dollamancer) also gives them a bonus. We know that this is true for croakamancers and uncroaked. -- DevilDan

Improvement of a city level

Isn't the improvement of the city level done automatically? That item needs a more detailed explanation, as it seems thoroughly misleading.

Not sure, it was already up there and said that it required a caster-linkup. That part is pure speculation... not sure about the rest of it, because I wasn't willing to go through the comic again to disprove that part.
Now it's Canon after a Summer Update. Dirtamancer definitely provides discounts to upgrading city level.

--Ichthus (eyeBook) 19:28, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

My original concern was the idea that it made upgrading "faster." DevilDan

Natural dirtamancy

I think building and upgrading ia kind of natural dirtamancy, just like natural thinkamancy and natural moneymancy. i think that's why a dirtamancer in the city can reduce the costs for an upgrade. --Welf von Ehrwald 23:00, 26 August 2009 (UTC)

Alternate Golem Types

We've seen rock and metal golems, but what about making actual dirt golems? I think having someone field Terra-Cotta Warriors would be awesome. Jszellmer 22:48, 6 January 2013 (EST)

  • Couldn't be any more delicate than the glass tchotchkes we've seen! -No one in particular 22:19, 6 January 2013 (EST)