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[Blacksmithing] Can elemental damage stack - using a runic hammer

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by anvira, Jun 24, 2011.

  1. anvira

    anvira Guest

    When I make a weapon from a runic (and say it has 80 Energy damage on it), can I enhance it with Copper (which should provide the additional 20 to make it 100%).

    Is that how it works or am I completely confused??


    Ok - just tested this, found that I had made one with 50, enhanced it with Copper, it only went to 60?

    Does anyone know why it didn't give the 20 it would seem that it should?

    Edit : Ok I discovered that If you use an ancient hammer, the enhance goes up!

    Sorry for the ramble, sometimes working it out here works better (and maybe a place I can refer to next week when I forget! LOL)
    Thanks for your comments, they're really appreciated :)
  2. Gorbs

    Gorbs Sage
    Stratics Veteran

    Nov 5, 2009
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    Using an ancient hammer will improve your chance to succeed on the enhance, but not the properties gained by enhancing. I suspect your weapon was 10% physical, 50% energy, 40% other prior to enhancing. This would result in a 60% energy, 40% other weapon after enhancing with Copper.
  3. anvira

    anvira Guest

    So basically what I'm looking for is something like around 80/90 energy (in order to enhance to the 100) right?
  4. Hudson[]

    Hudson[] Guest

    Yes but you have to make sure that the remaining 10 or 20% is physical. Enhancing only replaces physical, not other elemental types.