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General Boat auto repair?

Discussion in 'Bug Tracking' started by Tzadkiel, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. Tzadkiel

    Tzadkiel Adventurer

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    Scalis ripped a boat to pieces on 09/16/12 and shortly after the encounter....poof the boat was magically repaired. Bug? I know Scalis is nasty on boats, was just odd to see a boat magically repaired to pristine condition without prompting.
     
  2. Misk

    Misk UO QA Lead
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    Would you mind answering a few questions about this issue?

    #1 – What specific type of boat was it?
    #2 – What was the condition of the boat prior to the Scalis encounter?
    #3 – When it was repaired did the ship pilot indicate that the ship was in pristine condition?
    #4 – When it was repaired did the ship appear back in its pristine condition?
    #5 – Was the ship magically repaired near a shoreline or out in deep water?
    #6 - What facet did this occur on?

    Off the top of my head, I can’t think of any way that this could occur. Thanks in advance for your help.
     
  3. Tzadkiel

    Tzadkiel Adventurer

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    #1 Gargoyle Ship
    #2 Was in Pristine condition
    #3 The ships pilot made no indication repairs were made
    #4 Yes the screen seemed to stutter, then it was automatically repaired
    #5 this occurred on the shore line
    #6 Tram

    I haven't heard of this happening before. The speed in which it auto--repaired after the encounter suggested that no one attempted to repair it. A a matter of fact we were laughing at how bad Scalis tore it up...then poof....fully repaired