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[Discussion] 65k gold piles

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Risso, Oct 18, 2008.

  1. Risso

    Risso Babbling Loonie
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    Just found 3 of these on the floor at Haven, they have the large gold pile graphic but only say 'Gold Coin'. All piles are over 65k and weigh 0 stones. Any ideas how rare or what bug was used to create these? Thanks :)
     
  2. Xel Naga

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    When a vendor dies with money you haven't collected in rent it goes to your house sign. If it's in huge amounts it'll be there in one pile, when you drag out anything a pile becomes 1coin.
     
  3. Techthys

    Techthys Seasoned Veteran
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    I think they come from using the Begging skill on NPC's under certain circumstances.
     
  4. xxstaticxx

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    This one is correct. Xel, the way you described has a weight (usually alot).

    This is however considered to be an exploit and probably shouldn't be discussed any further. This item has no substantial value.