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FOR DIRECTORY MEMBERS ONLY!

Because new users mostly expected to be in the Directory without having to join, policy changed to include all users unless they opted out. The Directory thus reached 501 members. The Stone Age came to an end and the Bronze Age began.


Members of the PnF Directory qualify for themed rewards which will not be given or sold to other users. New Bronze Age rewards will be created and added to the Department Store over the course of time. You can see the Ice Age and Stone Age rewards by clicking the above menu.


ADOPTION

Before we can expand the range of pets you can adopt, we have to decide how this would affect shop prices based on visitor cards. We have two possible solutions, but are not yet committed to either. However we have decided that adoption of a limited edition pet, once possible, will require owning three different poses in size 10 or FULL size. This ensures ALL adoptable pets will have at least three poses.


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Leopard Complex Appaloosa Horse Walking

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I am the precious leopard complex mutation of the appaloosa horse breed. You are very lucky to find me in PnF land, because I almost disappeared entirely at the end of the Bronze Age! Historians think this might have been due to my night blindness, which made it more difficult for me to communicate, find food at night, and find a safe place to avoid predators that could easily spot my beautiful white markings.

Ancient cave paintings depict me pulling bronze chariots, but more often I pulled the logs and stones my people used to make roundhouses in stone hut circles.

I'm a happy little horse with a gentle and friendly disposition. Sometimes I feel like galloping and jumping around, but sometimes I just like to take the air and talk to my friends. Occasionally you will find me looking at the ground very carefully. I'm not looking for clover - I'm talking to a butterfly!

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Leopard Complex Appaloosa Horse Rearing

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I am the precious leopard complex mutation of the appaloosa horse breed. You are very lucky to find me in PnF land, because I almost disappeared entirely at the end of the Bronze Age! Historians think this might have been due to my night blindness, which made it more difficult for me to communicate, find food at night, and find a safe place to avoid predators that could easily spot my beautiful white markings.

Ancient cave paintings depict me pulling bronze chariots, but more often I pulled the logs and stones my people used to make roundhouses in stone hut circles.

I'm a happy little horse with a gentle and friendly disposition. Sometimes I feel like galloping and jumping around, but sometimes I just like to take the air and talk to my friends. Occasionally you will find me looking at the ground very carefully. I'm not looking for clover - I'm talking to a butterfly!

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Leopard Complex Appaloosa Horse Listening

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I am the precious leopard complex mutation of the appaloosa horse breed. You are very lucky to find me in PnF land, because I almost disappeared entirely at the end of the Bronze Age! Historians think this might have been due to my night blindness, which made it more difficult for me to communicate, find food at night, and find a safe place to avoid predators that could easily spot my beautiful white markings.

Ancient cave paintings depict me pulling bronze chariots, but more often I pulled the logs and stones my people used to make roundhouses in stone hut circles.

I'm a happy little horse with a gentle and friendly disposition. Sometimes I feel like galloping and jumping around, but sometimes I just like to take the air and talk to my friends. Occasionally you will find me looking at the ground very carefully. I'm not looking for clover - I'm talking to a butterfly!

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Wavelot the Named Sun Shield

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Sir Trollelot, secretly a pacifist at heart, generally regards his Sun Shield as a multipurpose fashion accessory. Held above his head, it reflects the relentless sun away from his bronze helm! But Sir Trollelot also secretly hopes it will catch the eye of a fair troll maiden, to warm his heart and his hearth… However, the Sun Shield is really named for Sir Trollelot’s tendency to wave it about (in what he hopes is a threatening manner)…alas, with only moderate success…when he wishes to intimidate bad mannered trolls!

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Dintalot the Named Sword (diagonal)

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Slowly evolving from the first pins made of copper in around 5000 BC, and small daggers in around 2500 BC, the earliest swords made of copper, gold, silver and lead were both practical and lavishly embellished. The earliest narrow swords from the Middle Bronze Age were used primary for thrusting, while the wider bladed swords of the Late Bronze age were better suited to cutting. After his first scuffle with a bad mannered troll, Sir Trollelot named his trusty sword Dintalot, as it didn’t really harm said troll, but it did put a lot of dints in his helm and shield!

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Dintalot the Named Sword (raised)

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Slowly evolving from the first pins made of copper in around 5000 BC, and small daggers, metallurgy really came into its own during the Bronze Age, where the earliest swords made of copper, cold, silver or lead were both practical and lavishly embellished! The earliest narrow swords from the Middle Bronze Age were used primarily for thrusting, while the leaf-shaped blades of the Late Bronze Age were better suited to cutting. After his first scuffle with a bad mannered troll, Sir Trollelot named his trusty sword Dintalot, as it didn’t really harm said troll, but it did put a lot of dints in his helm and shield!

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Chakana Star Pendant

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In PnF Land, during the Mid Bronze Age Era, this beautiful Star Pendant was awarded to, and proudly worn by, only the most experienced of Pet navigators! The Chakana Star Pendant was believed to have great powers, including the power to grant safe passage for the earliest wooden row boats that crossed the open sea to travel and trade between Continents. When these Pet navigators passed from this life, their Chakana Star Pendant was placed in the fastest flowing village river, as a tradition handed down by their ancestors.

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Earth Star Pendant

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In PnF Land, during the Mid Bronze Age Era, this beautiful Star Pendant was awarded to and worn by only the most productive of Pet Farmers and Pet Crafts Persons, in recognition of their labours and their contributions to village community sustenance and sustainability. When these Pet Farmers and Pet Crafts Persons passed from this life, their Earth Star Pendant was placed in the fastest flowing village river, as a tradition handed down by their ancestors.

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Moon Star Pendant

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In PnF Land, during the Mid Bronze Age Era, this beautiful Star Pendant was awarded to and worn by Pet maidens, to announce the commencement of their moon cycles and their readiness for Pet marriage. Once the Pet maiden conceived, her Moon Star Pendant fertility symbol was placed in the fastest flowing village river, as a tradition handed down by their ancestors.

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Sun Star Pendant

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In PnF Land, during the Mid Bronze Age Era, this beautiful Star Pendant was awarded to and worn by Pet Chiefs and Pet Elders, both male and female, in recognition of and genuinely profound respect for their leadership roles within the village community. When these Pet leaders passed from this life, their Sun Star Pendant was placed in the fastest flowing village river, as a tradition handed down by their ancestors.

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Bronze Coat of Arms

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Sir Trollelot is justifiably proud of his shiny Bronze Coat of Arms, created by the finest Troll weapon crafter in his clan! It hangs above the fire place in Sir Trollelot’s stone round house, where it is greatly admired by visiting Trolls from other clans. It is also a reminder of the sword dance, in which Bronze Age trolls jumped up and down above crossed swords until they had cut their toenails, or lost a leg, depending on their skill or their clumsiness.

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