New Festival Fortune Cookies

So I had a bunch of leaves and was curious what some of the food items did, and I happened to pick up the “Extra Deliciously Tasty Biscuits” which are barterable for 3 leaves for 2 biscuits.  When you eat one of these leaves you’ll get 1 of 50 possible fortunes, so they’re basically fortune cookies, or fortune biscuits ;).  They are broken up into 5 different deeds and getting all 10 in that deed gives a new title.  The cool thing (I wish I would’ve read this sooner) was mentioned on the forums is that all these fortunes are tradable.  Not only are the titles fun, but the actual fortunes themselves are have some cool lore comments as well.  So, go stomp some shrews, then find a group to eat and trade fortunes to work towards the titles!  Here’s a list of the different deeds, titles, and some of the fortunes I have found:

  • Oddly Familiar -> Same old Song
    • Bah, that would only have been a scratch… come again!
    • Truly, your heart hold no fear brother
    • Tra la, tra la, tra lilly, tra la, red with blood… where life has fled.  Pretty flowers… so bright red… la, la, la lilly, la, la …
    • I bring terror to the sties of Budgeford, these sties are mine!  Ba ha ha ha… fear my wrath, Bolgers of Budgeford.
  • A Storyteller’s Snippets -> the Peculiar
    • What have I got in my pocket?
  • Fateful Foretellings -> Writing on the Wall
    • Wonderful luck will come your way today
    • Terrible luck will come your way today
    • Maybe you should ask again later
  • Excellent Advice -> the Enlightened
    • Shadows are darker then most places, so you will not be able to see as much when standing in them
  • An Adventurer’s song -> the Poetical
    • The road goes eve on and on…

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