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Another Dumb Question...

Discussion in 'UO Legends' started by Danse, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. Danse

    Danse Guest

    I do not remember but who crafts from stone...the tinker or the carpenter....or is it the smthy....:blushing:
  2. Uriah Heep

    Uriah Heep Crazed Zealot
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    May 26, 2008
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    Carpenter does the masonry work...oddly enough
    I figured it woulda been the smith *shrugs*
  3. Danse in this wonderful game there is NO DUMB QUESTIONS.........
  4. Danse

    Danse Guest

    If there are I have mnet my quota!!!:blushing::blushing:
  5. Lady Arwen

    Lady Arwen Lore Keeper
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    Aug 7, 2008
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    Yeah carpentry crafts the stones that you mine when your 100 mining.. blacksmithy is ingots. :) And yeah.. I would think it would be blacksmithy for the stones too but guess not. :bored:
  6. Rosalinda

    Rosalinda Journeyman
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    May 12, 2008
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    You need GM carp if you want to craft stone stuff. But you also need GM mining, so you can dig up the lumps of granite that you need.

    For each of these, you will need to spend around 10k in the gargoyle city (western end, from I-can't-remember-which-of-the-gargoyle-crafters) to buy the appropriate book - titles are something like "making stone stuff" and "mining for stone".

    To mine up the stone, you just need to make sure you shovel or pickaxe is set to "ore and stone", not just "ore".

    To make the stone items, you need some stonemasons' hammer-and-chisels, also available from the gargoyles.

    The bad news is, brace yourself for wasting quite a few lumps of stone when making the harder items.

    The good news is, the masonry skill (which is a sort-of "hidden skill") can be helped a bit with a suitable talisman, same as the other crafts. This will increase your chance-to-make.
  7. Sorna

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  8. Maplestone

    Maplestone Crazed Zealot
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    Jul 26, 2008
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    My theory has always been that it was a stepping stone to a "architecture" skill for building houses, but never ended up going all the way.

    Actually, I would prefer that either the masonry crafts were replaced with 100-skill recipes or masonry made into a full skill. It feels rather awkward/inconsistent the way it is now.
  9. BardMal

    BardMal Guest

    Well, stone is like tiles and makes house add ons in the carpentry menu like tables and chairs, so it does kind of make sense.