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Advice for training Inscription in ROT?

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by farbs, Jul 25, 2008.

  1. farbs

    farbs Guest

    I've GMed Magery, Meditation, and Eval...

    I think Inscription is next on the list.

    Any advice on what scrolls to make during which skill levels?
  2. well since its going to be rot really doesnt matter. make gates through 70 then reserection or summon deamon to gm, if your were on a prodo shard you would make spell books but you dont really get your nice ones until your GM anyways no reason to waste the scrolls.
  3. Skylark SP

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    Jun 27, 2004
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    To get to RoT, I made spells that people could use, such as Greater Heal (don't make recall on Siege unless you just want to throw them away!!)

    I copied books to around 30-ish skill from what I recall, then I switched to scrolls. I think I started with greater heal, after that I think I made invis, and blade spirits scrolls for my crafter to use, then gate, res, and summon earth elemental. It is fun to fill a few mage & necro books during training, which you can give away or sell, but that gets boring fast, and it is a pain storing all the scrolls and dumping them in the books. Other than to fill books, I didn't make multiples of any scroll that I didn't think there was a market for or that my own crafter couldn't use.

    I equipped a nice inscription success chance bonus talisman and made spell books and other things in RoT, as soon as I was able. Oh yes, and a mana regen suit helps a lot.