Today's post has a bunch of random news. Random news that I just happened to pick to announce today, so that the title would be able to be Harry Potter themed. The "Harry" part is obviously just there because his final movie comes out today (And I couldn't think of any news that related to something "Hairy"). The pots part. Well, I've been thinking of gardening more these days. I've figured out some cool ways to make plants look awesome, by using a carpet trick to move housing items on top of the soil or pot. For example, you could move a pile of sand over a prickly bear cactus, to make him look like he's in the sand! I've never used plants in my houses much, but they can really help with the decoration. I've seen Paige Moonshade use plants to great effects, like in this house.
Now for the last part. Just in case you guys don't know (which I wouldn't be surprised, because most people in the United States don't know this), The Philosophers stone fits in here, and finishes the pun title, because "Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone" is the name of the first Harry Potter book, in every country except the US (Where it is Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone). As it turns out, the philosophers stone is an actual ring!
|Yes I totally just stole this from a post by TFN. Good thing I put a link back!|
As you can see in the above picture, that ring had a few issues at first. The real stats of the ring can be found here. I think that it's pretty funny that KI has a ring named after a magical artifact from a different world. What if they "borrowed" other magical artifacts like that (Elder wand, invisibility cloak, ring of power etc). Unfortunately, that probably will never happen, because of copyright issues and whatnot. I guess they could take magical artifacts and things that were not invented by a specific author. If it was just from some random legend or something, then it might be allowed.
Ok, time for The Daily Contest! All rules and whatnot can be found here. The Question is.....
What boss drops the Philosophers Stone ring, and what area is he found in (ex, Rattlebones, in Unicorn Way). Name must be spelled correctly. Good Luck!
UPDATE: HINT: Ahem. Four people have entered this contest, and four have come very close to winning. Obviously, all four of them went to the Philosophers Stone wizard101centralwiki page, and saw immediately who it was dropped by. You may want to dig around a bit deeper, and double check your facts. If you still don't understand, I will point out something very useful. Read the highlighted. If you originally posted a comment, and got it wrong, you may correct it and post it again.