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                "title": "Really long meter",
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                        "*": "{{Artifact\n|image=Verylongmeter.jpeg\n|type= Bold\n|description= To measure really long distances.\n}}\n\nThe '''Really Long Meter''' is a bold artifact that can be obtained in the miniquest \"[[Determine the longest distance between point A and point B]]\".\n\n==Appearance==\n\nThe ''Really Long Meter'' looks like a usual meter, but is way longer. Its length varies between one really long meter (''in short:'' rlm) and one really long meter. Because of this huge difference it is hard to define, how long a rlm is; thus in many cases it is just repeated what was repeated before:\n\n\n{{quote|A ''Really Long Meter'' is longer than a ''Long Meter'' and shorter than a ''Damn Long Meter''.}}\n\nTo be honest, there is not a lot to be added to this.\n\n==Known uses==\n\n====Mathematics====\n\nIn mathematics, especially geometry, the Really Long Meter is used to measure straight bends. It is commonly known that a straight bend with a stretch of d=1rlm is very straight, whereas a straight bend with a stretch of d=2rlm is not so straight. \n\nTherefore, in mathematics a Really Long Meter is defined as the length of a straight bend, and as a straight bend is often seen as a line, the stretch of a line can be expressed as s<sub>line</sub>=1rlm. As we all know, by taking a bend instead of the direct line, we pass a longer way, thus s increases. s reaches its maximum when the bend is so bended it actually is a line. In that case we get s<sub>line</sub>=a lot rlm, so, with a bit of base maths, we get to the conclusion that 1rlm=s<sub>line</sub>=a lot rlm, therefore, 1rlm=a lot rlm. \n\nWhat does this mean for our life?\n\nFirst of all, be happy! Even if you only got one point in the exam, that still is a lot, right? Alright, that's probably the attitude heroes tend to have towards such things, but still, at least they're happy (due to the excessive use of alcohol, admittedly, but ... HAPPY!!)\n\n====In hero-ish life====\n\nAs heroes tend to not to understand maths (and usually don't care, anyway), they<ref>Actually it was their pets.</ref> invented another use: Rideable pets answer the oftentimes asked question \"How long is it still?\" with a reference to the ''Really Long Meter'' - if they had it at paw.\n\n==Criticism==\n\nThe point of the ''Really Long Meter'' indeed being an artifact was often denied - people rather saw it as a metaphor. Nonetheless, heroes who still liked to sell them rejected this idea. The dispute ended quickly after it was established, which side had the sharper weapons.\n\n==Footnotes==\n\n<references/>"
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                        "*": "New guild. Ever wonder what it'd be like to face a real fire giant? Or ride on the back of a titanic fire breathing tiger? Join and find out how. Guild name is copyrighted by me.\n[[Category:Guilds]]"
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