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Banner deeds and steps

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Hoffs, Oct 9, 2008.

  1. Hoffs

    Hoffs Gilfane Keeper of the Hall
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    Does anyone know how to raise up a banner deed on steps? I am trying to place a couple on the front of the house shown. I can get them at normal height, but using the standard tricks of placing tables/ingots/etc to make them appear higher up does not seem to work.

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  2. DevilsOwn

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    tried lock and raise with tool? can get them up some that way

    btw, pretty doorway! :)
     
  3. Sarsmi

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    If you can place them by targetting a raised goza mat then you can try placing tables on top of each other, then 2 damaged book piles, then placing the goza on that, then the banner. You will want to make a little mini elevator out of 2 gozas for you to stand on to get higher up if you want the banner very high.

    Mini elevator:

    Place 2 goza mats next to each other and right by the area you are working on. Raise one goza up 2 times and stand on it. Raise the other goza up 4 times and stand on it. Raise the first goza up 4 times and stand on it, etc. This really only works well outdoors (front steps or on roof), you can only stand so high when there is a ceiling hitting your head. ;)
     
  4. Hoffs

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    Thanks for the replies. I couldn't get it to place with the goza, but I had forgotten you could lock and raise with the deco tool, so I have done that.