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[*] Khazari Jungle

 

I'm being cruel to be kind I suppose, picky Spell-checkers ftl :(

 

'Khazari' to 'Kharazi'

 

That's a really small observation, you could just add that in at the end :blink:

Edited by Giggoe

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On top of this, the Leprechaun will enchant you to be able to 'Autobank' your logs when you have a full inventory. This is for a limited time only.

 

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a full inventory of them. It works for only Normal, Oak, Willow, Maple, Yew and Magic logs.

 

This is the same thing just written diffrently... the second one is better in my opinion....

 

and

 

Now jsut cut away at the tree.

 

 

Just

 

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a ful inventory of them. It works for all logs

 

This does not work for all logs. It works for: Normal, Oak, Willow, Maple, Yew, and Magic. It does not work for Teak, at least. I assume the same goes for other logs.

 

You also have a lower chance of felling a tree - not grown in farming patches - meaning you get more logs per click/tree.

 

... You really need to pay attention to posts.

 

 

I do have a life.

 

Well said :blink:

Edited by Natt39

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On top of this, the Leprechaun will enchant you to be able to 'Autobank' your logs when you have a full inventory. This is for a limited time only.

 

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a full inventory of them. It works for only Normal, Oak, Willow, Maple, Yew and Magic logs.

 

This is the same thing just written diffrently... the second one is better in my opinion....

 

and

 

Now jsut cut away at the tree.

 

 

Just

 

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a ful inventory of them. It works for all logs

 

This does not work for all logs. It works for: Normal, Oak, Willow, Maple, Yew, and Magic. It does not work for Teak, at least. I assume the same goes for other logs.

 

You also have a lower chance of felling a tree - not grown in farming patches - meaning you get more logs per click/tree.

 

... You really need to pay attention to posts.

 

 

I do have a life.

 

Well said :blink:

 

Considering he'd been on, and even edited the post, not really. :(

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I believe you should add a section for the clues that lead you to the different locations.

I have some clues to match the locations already:

 

North as the crow flies from ardougne market-mcgrubbers wood

West of lumbridge-near draynor willow trees

Near a collection of yew trees-south of flax field.

Edited by hostile18

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Was reading it and found one spelling mistake:

Cutting and Burning

 

When a tree is fully grown, if your not already there, a Spirit Tree will now teleport you there. No matter how you get there, you should now be at the tree.

 

Cut the tree (an axe and tinderbox can be obtained from the Leprechaun). Whilst cutting the tree, you may be thrown aside by some Evil Roots. Cut these. When the roots have been chopped down, you may receive some Kindling. Use these on the Evil Tree to light it. It is recommended to make a circle of flames all around.

 

Now jsut cut away at the tree. To find out how much more is left to go, right click the tree and choose 'Inspect'. It will tell you the type of tree and how much health it has left. On the Health screen, it may say how much of the reward you have earnt. It is possible to earn 100%.

 

Should be the work 'just!'

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Rewards

 

Of course, what would a good Distraction and Diversion be without good rewards?

Actually the name sort of implies you don't do it for the rewards...

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...dude!!! add me into contributers!!! You never added me yet for imputing some rewards and spelling error!

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I don't know whether you'll want these pics, but if you do then they are yours to use :blink:

 

09030707.48.06.png

 

~Elder Tree~

 

09030707.48.24.png

 

~Fallen Tree (this is the equivalent of when the Fairy comes out of the Star)~

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When a tree is fully grown, if your not already there, a Spirit Tree will now teleport you there. No matter how you get there, you should now be at the tree.

your -> you're

 

There are no requirements to participate in this Distraction and Diversion, however having high Farming, Woodcutting and Firemaking levels would be too your advantage. Here are the levels required to nurture, chop and burn each type of tree:

too -> to

 

Looks like a good guide. I hope it gets accepted. :blink:

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You repeat yourself

 

On top of this, the Leprechaun will enchant you to be able to 'Autobank' your logs when you have a full inventory. This is for a limited time only.

 

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a full inventory of them. It works for only Normal, Oak, Willow, Maple, Yew and Magic logs.

 

~Magical

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Firstly the best way (requires completion of Gnome Stronghold) is to talk to a Spirit Tree.
Put a comma after "firstly" and capitalize "requires" (In the parenthesis)

 

irstly the best way (requires completion of Gnome Stronghold) is to talk to a Spirit Tree.
It's not "Gnome Stronghold", it's Tree Gnome Village. (Link) Although, to be able to use the Spirit Tree in the Gnome Stronghold, you need to finish The Grand Tree (Link), so I'm not sure if you want to include that too

 

Cut the tree (an axe and tinderbox can be obtained from the Leprechaun).
Capitalize "an" (In the parenthesis)

 

It is recommended to make a circle of flames all around.
to ---> you; Put "the Evil Tree" after "around"

 

On the Health screen, it may say how much of the reward you have earnt.
earnt --> earned

 

Below I have linked everything, although I have not included the above corrections.

 

Evil Tree

Written By Runescaper4

Special Thanks To Roy, Natt39, R4ng3d W4rs, Uther, Mano, Giggoe, Lukepwnage, Magical and Stakez0re

 

On the 25th February 2009, RuneScape received another Distraction and Diversion. This time, a Leprechaun needs your help. At first, he will ask you to help a sapling grow, which he did not know would become an Evil Tree. The aim of this Distraction and Diversion is simple. Nurture the tree. Chop the tree. Burn the tree. Do so successfully and you may get rewarded.

 

 

Quick Links

 

 

 

Requirements and Equipment

 

There are no requirements to participate in this Distraction and Diversion, however having high Farming, Woodcutting and Firemaking levels would be to your advantage. Here are the levels required to nurture, chop and burn each type of tree:

 

 

<table width="325" class="tblskill">
<tr>
<td colspan="2" class="tblhead">Level Requirements</td>
</tr>

<tr>
<th width="50%">Tree Type</th>
<th width="50%">Farming Level to Nurture</th>
<th width="50%">Woodcutting Level to Chop</th>
<th width="50%">Firemaking Level to Burn</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Normal</td>
<td width="50%">1</td>
<td width="50%">1</td>
<td width="50%">1</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Oak</td>
<td width="50%">7</td>
<td width="50%">15</td>
<td width="50%">15</td>

</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Willow</td>
<td width="50%">15</td>
<td width="50%">30</td>
<td width="50%">30</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Maple</td>
<td width="50%">22</td>
<td width="50%">45</td>
<td width="50%">45</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Yew</td>
<td width="50%">30</td>
<td width="50%">60</td>
<td width="50%">60</td>

</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Magic</td>
<td width="50%">37</td>
<td width="50%">75</td>
<td width="50%">75</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Elder*</td>
<td width="50%">42</td>
<td width="50%">85</td>
<td width="50%">85</td>
</tr>
</table>

 

 

 

 

* Elder Trees, when felled, will yield Yew, Magic, Teak or Mahogany logs.

 

It is also recommended to have a Hatchet and Tinderbox at the ready, as well as four free inventory spaces for the rewards.

 

 

 

Starting Out

 

To start, gather your Hatchet and Tinderbox. If you have not got any, don't worry, a Leprechaun at the location can give you some for free.

 

To get to the location of an Evil Tree, you can do one of two things. Firstly the best way (requires completion of Gnome Stronghold) is to talk to a Spirit Tree. If there is an Evil Tree growing in your world, he will tell you one of two things:

  • If it's just a sapling, he will give you a clue to it's location, for example, growing near Draynor he may say "Near a town of Willows".
  • If it's fully grown, he will offer a free teleport there.

 

Once there, should you need any equipment, talk to the Leprechaun. He will happily supply you with either a Bronze Axe or Tinderbox.

 

 

 

Growing

 

When you find a Sapling, you simply need to nurture it. This is incredibly simple, but will require a certain farming level, depending on the tree type. See the table above for more information.

 

To nurture a tree, simply click on it. You will receive Farming experience for doing so. You only need do this until it is fully grown and becomes... EVIL!

 

Nutrute.gif

 

 

 

Cutting and Burning

 

When a tree is fully grown, if you're not already there, a Spirit Tree will now teleport you there. No matter how you get there, you should now be at the tree.

 

Cut the tree (an axe and tinderbox can be obtained from the Leprechaun). Whilst cutting the tree, you may be thrown aside by some Evil Roots. Cut these. When the roots have been chopped down, you may receive some Kindling. Use these on the Evil Tree to light it. It is recommended to make a circle of flames all around.

 

09030707.48.06.png

 

Now just cut away at the tree. To find out how much more is left to go, right click the tree and choose 'Inspect'. It will tell you the type of tree and how much health it has left. On the Health screen, it may say how much of the reward you have earnt. It is possible to earn 100%.

 

1pawx0.png

2m4rlso.png

 

 

 

Locations

 

There are 26 possible locations at which an Evil Tree can spawn. By using a clue from a Spirit Tree, you can narrow it down even more! Below is a list of all locations.

  1. Draynor (near Willow trees)
  2. Khazari Jungle
  3. Next to the barrier to Lumbridge Swamp
  4. Behind Seers' Village bank (Near Willow trees)
  5. North of Shilo Village
  6. West of Falador
  7. West of Oo'glog
  8. North of Varrock palace, Wilderness ditch
  9. Near Rift, east of Varrock
  10. South of the Monastery, west of Edgeville
  11. Near the Body Altar
  12. West of Relleka
  13. North of Draynor Village near Draynor Manor
  14. Seer's Village by the Yew trees
  15. Inside McGrubor's wood
  16. Close to the Ranging Guild
  17. Duel Arena
  18. North of Yanille South
  19. Southwest of Gnome Stronghold
  20. North of Legend's Guild
  21. South of the bank in Tree Gnome Stronghold
  22. South side of Ape Atoll, near the entrance to Marim dungeon
  23. Northwest of Fairy Ring BKP
  24. Lletya near the magic trees
  25. Mine south of Legends Guild
  26. Brimhaven Dungeon

 

 

 

Rewards

 

Of course, what would a good Distraction and Diversion be without good rewards? Well, depending on how much you contribute depends on the rewards you can receive. Obviously, the more you contribute to the tree, the significantly better your rewards can be.

 

09030707.48.24.png

 

To claim your reward, right click on a felled Evil Tree. You will receive a noted quantity of that specific log as well as three of the following:

 

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a full inventory of them. It works for only Normal, Oak, Willow, Maple, Yew and Magic logs.

 

 

 

Code:

 

[center][size=5][b][u]Evil Tree[/u][/b][/size]
[b]Written By[/b] Runescaper4
[b]Special Thanks To[/b] Roy, Natt39, R4ng3d W4rs, Uther, Mano, Giggoe, Lukepwnage, Magical and Stakez0re[/center]

On the 25th February 2009, RuneScape received another Distraction and Diversion. This time, a Leprechaun needs your help. At first, he will ask you to help a sapling grow, which he did not know would become an Evil Tree. The aim of this Distraction and Diversion is simple. Nurture the tree. Chop the tree. Burn the tree. Do so successfully and you may get rewarded.

[hr]

[size=3][b][u]Quick Links[/u][/b][/size]
[list]
[*] [anchor=1]Requirements and Equipment[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=2]Starting Out[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=3]Growing[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=4]Cutting and Burning[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=5]Locations[/anchor]
[*] [anchor=6]Rewards[/anchor]
[/list]

[hr]


[name=1][size=3][b][u]Requirements and Equipment[/u][/b][/size][/name]

There are no requirements to participate in this Distraction and Diversion, however having high [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/farming.html]Farming[/url], [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/woodcutting.html]Woodcutting[/url] and [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/firemaking.html]Firemaking[/url] levels would be to your advantage. Here are the levels required to nurture, chop and burn each type of tree:

[spoiler][html]<table width="325" class="tblskill">
<tr>
<td colspan="2" class="tblhead">Level Requirements</td>
</tr>

<tr>
<th width="50%">Tree Type</th>
<th width="50%">Farming Level to Nurture</th>
<th width="50%">Woodcutting Level to Chop</th>
<th width="50%">Firemaking Level to Burn</th>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Normal</td>
<td width="50%">1</td>
<td width="50%">1</td>
<td width="50%">1</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Oak</td>
<td width="50%">7</td>
<td width="50%">15</td>
<td width="50%">15</td>

</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Willow</td>
<td width="50%">15</td>
<td width="50%">30</td>
<td width="50%">30</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Maple</td>
<td width="50%">22</td>
<td width="50%">45</td>
<td width="50%">45</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Yew</td>
<td width="50%">30</td>
<td width="50%">60</td>
<td width="50%">60</td>

</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Magic</td>
<td width="50%">37</td>
<td width="50%">75</td>
<td width="50%">75</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="50%">Elder*</td>
<td width="50%">42</td>
<td width="50%">85</td>
<td width="50%">85</td>
</tr>
</table>[/html][/spoiler]

* Elder Trees, when felled, will yield [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=545]Yew[/url], [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=203]Magic[/url], [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=2469]Teak[/url] or Mahogany logs.

It is also recommended to have a [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/SearchItemDB.php?search=hatchet&category=Name&sort=asc]Hatchet[/url] and [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=923]Tinderbox[/url] at the ready, as well as four free inventory spaces for the rewards.

[hr]


[name=2][size=3][b][u]Starting Out[/u][/b][/size][/name]

To start, gather your Hatchet and Tinderbox. If you have not got any, don't worry, a Leprechaun at the location can give you some for free.

To get to the location of an Evil Tree, you can do one of two things. Firstly the best way (requires completion of Gnome Stronghold) is to talk to a Spirit Tree. If there is an Evil Tree growing in your world, he will tell you one of two things:
[list]
[*] If it's just a sapling, he will give you a clue to it's location, for example, growing near [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/draynor_village.html]Draynor[/url] he may say "Near a town of Willows".
[*] If it's fully grown, he will offer a free teleport there.
[/list]

Once there, should you need any equipment, talk to the Leprechaun. He will happily supply you with either a Bronze Axe or Tinderbox.

[hr]


[name=3][size=3][b][u]Growing[/u][/b][/size][/name]

When you find a Sapling, you simply need to nurture it. This is incredibly simple, but will require a certain farming level, depending on the tree type. See the table above for more information.

To nurture a tree, simply click on it. You will receive Farming experience for doing so. You only need do this until it is fully grown and becomes... EVIL!

[center][img=http://i546.photobucket.com/albums/hh432/Runescaper4/Nutrute.gif][/center]

[hr]


[name=4][size=3][b][u]Cutting and Burning[/u][/b][/size][/name]

When a tree is fully grown, if you're not already there, a Spirit Tree will now teleport you there. No matter how you get there, you should now be at the tree.

Cut the tree (an axe and tinderbox can be obtained from the Leprechaun). Whilst cutting the tree, you may be thrown aside by some Evil Roots. Cut these. When the roots have been chopped down, you may receive some [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=2015]Kindling[/url]. Use these on the Evil Tree to light it. It is recommended to make a circle of flames all around.

[center][img=http://upic.me/i/0t/09030707.48.06.png][/center]

Now just cut away at the tree. To find out how much more is left to go, right click the tree and choose 'Inspect'. It will tell you the type of tree and how much health it has left. On the Health screen, it may say how much of the reward you have earnt. It is possible to earn 100%.

[center][img=http://i44.tinypic.com/1pawx0.png]
[img=http://i39.tinypic.com/2m4rlso.png][/center]

[hr]


[name=5][size=3][b][u]Locations[/u][/b][/size][/name]

There are 26 possible locations at which an Evil Tree can spawn. By using a clue from a Spirit Tree, you can narrow it down even more! Below is a list of all locations.
[list=1]
[*] Draynor (near Willow trees)
[*] Khazari Jungle
[*] Next to the barrier to [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/lumbridge.html#swamp]Lumbridge Swamp[/url]
[*] Behind [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/seers_village.html]Seers' Village[/url] bank (Near Willow trees)
[*] North of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/shilo_village.html]Shilo Village[/url]
[*] West of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/falador.html]Falador[/url]
[*] West of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/oo_glog.html]Oo'glog[/url]
[*] North of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/varrock.html]Varrock palace[/url], Wilderness ditch
[*] Near Rift, east of Varrock
[*] South of the [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/guilds/guild_prayer.html]Monastery[/url], west of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/edgeville.html]Edgeville[/url]
[*] Near the Body Altar
[*] West of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/rellekka.html]Relleka[/url]
[*] North of Draynor Village near [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/draynor_manor.html]Draynor Manor[/url]
[*] Seer's Village by the Yew trees
[*] Inside McGrubor's wood
[*] Close to the [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/guilds/guild_ranging.html]Ranging Guild[/url]
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/duel_arena.html]Duel Arena[/url]
[*] North of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/yanille.html]Yanille[/url] South
[*] Southwest of Gnome Stronghold
[*] North of Legend's Guild
[*] South of the bank in [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/tree_gnome_stronghold.html]Tree Gnome Stronghold[/url]
[*] South side of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/ape_atoll.html]Ape Atoll[/url], near the entrance to Marim dungeon
[*] Northwest of Fairy Ring BKP
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/cities/lletya.html]Lletya[/url] near the magic trees
[*] Mine south of [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/guilds/guild_legends.html]Legends Guild[/url]
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/dungeons/brimhaven_dungeon.html]Brimhaven Dungeon[/url]
[/list]

[hr]


[name=6][size=3][b][u]Rewards[/u][/b][/size][/name]

Of course, what would a good Distraction and Diversion be without good rewards? Well, depending on how much you contribute depends on the rewards you can receive. Obviously, the more you contribute to the tree, the significantly better your rewards can be.

[center][img=http://upic.me/i/j3/09030707.48.24.png][/center]

To claim your reward, right click on a felled Evil Tree. You will receive a noted quantity of that specific log as well as three of the following:
[list]
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=174]Coins[/url]
[*] Birds Nests
[*] Key Halves ([url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=606]Tooth[/url] and [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=605]Loop[/url])
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=260]Clue Scroll[/url] (level 1)
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/SearchItemDB.php?search=tree+seed&category=Name&sort=asc]Tree Seeds[/url]
[*] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/SearchItemDB.php?search=charm&category=Name&sort=asc]Summoning Charms[/url]
[*] Other Useless Items
[/list]

As well as these rewards, the Leprechaun will enhance you for a certain length of time to be able to automatically bank logs when you have a full inventory of them. It works for [i]only[/i] [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=194]Normal[/url], [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=729]Oak[/url], [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=614]Willow[/url], [url=http://runescape.salmoneus.net/itemdb/ViewItem.php?ItemID=873]Maple[/url], Yew and Magic logs.

 

 

 

 

Overall it's a great guide. Very nice. :box:

Also, in the Contributors list, please list my name as Dr Skull. Thanks. :box:

Edited by President-Elect Skull

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President-Elect Skull,

 

Thank you for your contribution. I have tweaked a couple of things (I swear my English teacher said you don't capitalise in a bracket).

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President-Elect Skull,

 

Thank you for your contribution. I have tweaked a couple of things (I swear my English teacher said you don't capitalise in a bracket).

Tbh, I don't know what the proper English for the first word in parenthesis is. It's more of a habit for me. If you don't feel the first word should be capitalized, then you don't need to capitalize it. You always have the final say. (Besides Sal. :wub:)

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Nice guide, Runescaper4, it looks great! It's well-organized, detailed, and should be helpful to people working on the Evil Tree D&D - great work! :wub:

 

One question: you mention the levels required to nurture, chop and burn, but do these actions also give any xp (I would assume they would)? That might be useful bit of info to mention.

 

-Accepted- :wub:

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Nice guide, Runescaper4, it looks great! It's well-organized, detailed, and should be helpful to people working on the Evil Tree D&D - great work! :wub:

 

One question: you mention the levels required to nurture, chop and burn, but do these actions also give any xp (I would assume they would)? That might be useful bit of info to mention.

 

-Accepted- :wub:

 

 

Thank you very much Sal!

In answer to your question, I am unsure. I don't think I received experience, but if someone wants to confirm it, then that'd be great.

 

Thanks again (seriously, I thought this was naff)!

 

EDIT: Don't forget, there's some HTML in the Spoiler near the guide's start. It should work (don't hurt me if it doesn't)!

Edited by Runescaper4

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Elder Trees, when fallen

 

 

Should be "Elder Trees, when felled"....

 

Otherwise its a good start....

 

I'm not sure that's correct. "felled" isn't even a word.

fell

tr.v. felled, fell·ing, fells

1.

a. To cause to fall by striking; cut or knock down: fell a tree; fell an opponent in boxing.

b. To kill: was felled by an assassin's bullet.

 

Felled is only speaking to assassinations. It should be just "fell".

No its not felled is the past tense of fell.... Like showed is the past of show or posted for post.....

 

For example "the tree was fell" makes no sense where as "the tree was felled" does....

To use fell you would have to say something like "I am going to fell the tree"

 

 

What about this:

 

The tree fell.

 

That made sense? :wub:

 

EDIT: Congrats on acceptance! ;D

Edited by Cake

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Elder Trees, when fallen

 

 

Should be "Elder Trees, when felled"....

 

Otherwise its a good start....

 

I'm not sure that's correct. "felled" isn't even a word.

fell

tr.v. felled, fell·ing, fells

1.

a. To cause to fall by striking; cut or knock down: fell a tree; fell an opponent in boxing.

b. To kill: was felled by an assassin's bullet.

 

Felled is only speaking to assassinations. It should be just "fell".

No its not felled is the past tense of fell.... Like showed is the past of show or posted for post.....

 

For example "the tree was fell" makes no sense where as "the tree was felled" does....

To use fell you would have to say something like "I am going to fell the tree"

 

 

What about this:

 

The tree fell.

 

That made sense? :wub:

 

EDIT: Congrats on acceptance! ;D

 

 

Not in the context that he's using it....

 

Grats on acceptence :wub:

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