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[Imbuing] Are you able to add DCI to armor pieces?

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by Milkman8880, Jul 19, 2010.

  1. Milkman8880

    Milkman8880 Guest

    Just returned to uo after a few years, and am wondering if Imbuers can add Defence Chance Increase, and Hit chance Increase to armor? Ty
  2. Kellgory

    Kellgory Certifiable
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    May 14, 2008
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    You can only imbue properties that you would normally get from using a runic kit, so for armour your pretty much limited to LMC,LRC, MR/ST/HP regen, hp/stamina/mana increase, reflect physical, and increase resists. I think that if you do woodland armour you can imbue then enhance with hearwood and there is a chance of getting 5% HCI, but the odds of breaking the piece is pretty high and can get pretty expensive.
  3. Percivalgoh

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    May 7, 2010
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  4. Riply

    Riply Lore Keeper
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    May 26, 2008
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    You can get 5% HCI by making woodland armour out of heartwood. But to be able to wear it you need to be an elf.

    There are two ways to approach obtaining HCI with heartwood. The first is to just start making woodland armour out of heartwwod untill you get one with HCI, also btw you can make 10% DI as well. Then after you get that stat then just start adding the the other imbued items that you want.

    The other approach is to make your woodland armour out of normal wood and then imbue properties that you want. After that enhance with heartwood and cross your fingers that it does not break and your get the HCI. With this method you need alot of patience and gold for ingrediants like POFS etc.

    Always remember to POF it up before you start imbuing.