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Buying MIB's and Fishing nets

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Freelsy, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. Freelsy

    Freelsy Babbling Loonie
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    Whatev you got, let me know.


    ICQ me at 413 826 426
     
  2. Monolith

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    Hey Airforce.......whatcha fishin up???

    What does these fishing nets go for? Hmm.....I think I have like 20 to 30 of them. Does the color matter? Damn, I'm such a newb on this game.
     
  3. T'Challa

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    84 nets, 96 waterstained SOS

    Make me an offer I can't refuse :)
     
  4. Freelsy

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    I'm thinking 10k per net/mib

    Reason I'm thinking that. The maximum level chest you can get from fishing is a level 3. Since I cannot get an ancient MIB unless I fish, i believe this is a fair price.

    1.8mill for the lot.
     
  5. T'Challa

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    Done.

    They're pretty hefty, want to find a beetle and come get them? Or I suppose I find some bags and split em up and throw em on vendor, your call
     
  6. Freelsy

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    Yeh, snag a blue beetle and lets meet at Umbra bank. Sound good?