Scroll of undo genocide
|Base price||300 zm|
|Ink to write||10-19|
|Monster use||Will not be used by monsters.|
When read, regardless of BUC status, the scroll self-identifies and prompts you to select a genocided monster to ungenocide. The species selected will no longer be treated as genocided and can be randomly generated again.
You will only be able to choose a single species, so this cannot be used to reverse class genocides.
This scroll will not revive species that have become unavailable due to extinction; it only applies to those that have been deliberately genocided. Thus the scroll cannot be used to ensure that more than 120 of a certain monster can exist.
Specifying an invalid species—this includes species that have not been genocided, and the species that cannot be ungenocided (the Ungenomold)—five times in a row will result in nothing being ungenocided.
The undo genocide scroll is only of any use to a player who has genocided at least one species, so it will be meaningless to a genocideless player. Otherwise, it will only be useful on the rare occasion that you regret having exterminated a useful monster (e.g. the mind flayer, for the intelligence or telepathy gain from eating the corpse), or you want to recover one useful species from a class you have wiped out.
Reversing all of your genocides will not restore genocideless conduct; even though you made "amends" for your actions, you still benefited during the time when those monsters could not be generated.
- Such creatures do not exist in this world.
- You named a nonexistent species.
- This creature has not been genocided.
- You named a species that still exists, or became extinct.
- The race of <foos> now exist again.
- You successfully ungenocided a species.
- For some reason, you cannot ungenocide this species!
- Ungenomolds cannot be brought back.
- Slash'EM Extended objects.c 1632
- Slash'EM Extended read.c 3582, 4380
- Slash'EM Extended write.c 76