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1st basic steps to goza and globe placement

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Eyes of Origin, Aug 22, 2009.

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    To place the gozas, you double click them and target yourself. You do this from the very top of the CASTLE ladder. I used Castle West ladders. You step up onto the ladder and go to where you look like you're standing in the air, double click the goza and target yourself.
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    I only show three gozas here, but you actually place a 4th in the corner spot that is empty.
    From here is where it can get harry and globes can get destroyed.
    Once you have all the gozas up, you can chop the outer gozas on the 1st level and leave the 4 in the center. This is where your statue and chaos tile go. I'm setting mine up now to take further screenshots on placing the statue, chaos tile and globe.
    We ran into an issue with the globe falling all the way to the Chaos tile, so I am doing new screenshots now.
     
  2. Heres a couple screenshots of placing the chaos tile, statue and globe.

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    From here you want to make sure your gozas arent too low or too high. If they are too low, the base of the globe shows through the Chaos tile. If they are too high, you can see the base underneath the Chaos tile after you place the hedges.
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    This is where I start having problems. I lock down the globe hoping it wont move and it still comes down with the base. I start with the South west corner because just a small pc of the goza shows through. Lower that to the ground. Now I have tried lowering the middle pc of the base first and then the north east corner and the globe comes down and I have tried it the other way.. lowering both outside corners first and then the middle pc always to have the globe drop to the tile.
    Resulting in this after taking the statue part back down.
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    So like I said, theres a lot of trial and error with this project. The very first time I did it, it worked perfect, but my second one keeps ending in failure though I am doing the same thing as I did with the 1st one.
     
  3. Very nice Smurf :):) I like that one a lot and it looks like a lot less headache then the statue one lol