paulj: yes, i know there are apt fires caused by grills - but there are apt and home fires caused by people deep frying in their kitchens - and apts and homes burn down from dropped cigarettes, candles and christmas tree lights.
so a pressure treated deck about 3'-4' above the ground should cost somewhere between $30-$35 per square foot including railing and steps. however, a small deck like a 10'x12' or however, a small deck like a 10'x12' or
grab the potions and scroll from the cubbyhole there, then fire a rope bow arrow up to the piece of wood above the platform. climb up and jump to the next platform. now, you have to remain still
ok, so lets take the above list and see what cards must be in our deck. we don't need to necessarily have all those counter traps, and we certainly don't need the cards which aren't in keeping to our theme ..like airbellum, winged kuriboh lv10.
climb a ledge and go inside, following a new blood pool to the north, then, to the north-west when the path splits. slay an ice troll level nineteen in the cavern beyond, then continue west to find another ice troll for your killing pleasure. backtrack east to where we fought the first troll, then continue north.
drop to the pool deck and turn to the museum tunnel entrance. use the quarter pipe to transfer to the opposite quarter pipe. 2. head to the white pipe where you drain the pool and look just past it for a kicker ramp. on the other side of the railing here is a thin wire you can grind that is attached to the red sculpture and grind that down to the end to launch up. 3. grind the railing just
you should see a little pool of water above and to the north of the sapling. roll the sphere up one of the ramps leading up there, and into the pool of water. it will begin elevating like a fountain. go north as far as possible to see a small chunk of sky. d a sun there and tada the sapling grows, plus a constellation appears. fill out the constellation two missing stars this time