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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Corrupted Goblin, Sep 4, 2008.
Please lets give scrolls the ability to be accepted by commodity deeds. That is all
Scrolls? Be more specific.. I assume you mean "blank scrolls" yes?
I wonder why BLANK scrolls were never considered a commodity? They should be shouldn't they? and things like Green Thorns, Orange Petals, Fertile Dirt, Sand and Granite when they become stackable?
I'd rather have the deeds be able to be filled from our houses.
Filled from or "cashed in" at our houses? or both? Filled from would be cool so you could mine or lumberjack or whatever... and move it all to the bank easily... what they don't want is to have people moving tons of stuff easily to their homes with no effort at all.
You semi got this wish. The new Test Center changes were just posted on uo.com.
Other than DHMagicMan_1's list above, what else would y'all like to see as a commodity?
Are gems, diamonds and what not commodity?
Nope - here's the current list:
- Cloth (bolts, cut, folded)
- magery reagents
- necromancy reagents
- crossbow bolts
How about making empty bottles a commodity? They are already stackable and are able to be bought off NPC vendors.
missing leather from currently deedable commodities jeremy
Anything stackable really should be deedable. Sand/stone when they become stackable, fertile dirt, gems of all variety, bandies, etc.
Make sure leather is still on there..
Now will we be able to add items to the deed in our house?
As being a 112month vet. I have tons, I mean tons of ingots and boards at my place. Which I would love to move to another house, or bank account. Yet I do not have time to move them thru a packhorse. As I normally only get about 1-2hr to play every other day.
All special resources from Mining, Lumberjacking and Fishing would be great
Ack, yes, leather too.
It's not on the schedule per se, but it's a good suggestion so I'm writing up a request to see if we can get it looked at. I can't promise that everything you ask for will be added, nor can I speculate as to when, but I can certainly make the request
I find a cattle prod helps to get request moving much faster.
Here is one for not much cash that might help.
Is there any reason that anything that is stackable shouldn't be deedable? Seriously, If you can make a stack of it, you should be able to make a commodity deed from it.
Food, Like fish sticks, and cuts of raw ribs. My Dragon eats a lot, and i am fat, hehe.
Does the vet reward work both ways? Use in bank box on resource to deed and cash in to get resource in your house box? Use empty deed in house box on resource to move resource back to bank?
Commodity Deed Box: A box that allows players to redeem commodity deeds in their own home!
What about deeds commodity in their own home, I gathereing alot around my vendor house, would be great to deed it there to so I can sell it on my vendor.
Also when moving house it's a pain or moving logs from my mining house to my vendor.
Sure I can see the reason for not allowing it (scripters) but I really wish there was a better way to handle them.
Thanks for all this great stuff in this public, it's amazing.
Oops I guess I'll read the fine print next time.
Maybe they will reply and think about adding the reverse function another time, maybe with a time limitation so it can't be abused or something?
Yes, it does go both ways - it behaves just like the bank box for the purposes of filling and redeeming commodity deeds.
Oh woot! :bowdown:
Thanks alot :bowdown::bowdown::bowdown:
i want to throw in my vote for blank scrolls - those should totally be commodity-deedable! it's always seemed silly to me that regs are but blank scrolls aren't (but that's from the perspective of a scribe).
Just a question but you dont see this as an even bigger insentive to script mine and lumberjack to your home?
I am currently on Baja in Fel at a players house watching him recall in every 20 seconds loading wood into creates he has on his steps. 5.9 mil stone box, 9.6 mil stone box, 4.4 mil, 4.5 mil and 4.9 mil. Calls been into GM for 45 mins now and Im still 6 in que.
On euro I saw this happening at 2 different small houses, one was a 7x7 under the wing of a tower, it had 5 players recalling in and loading up the chests while one guy was emptying them and another house had 3 players loading chests up.
I guess people want the commodity deed box and it would have helped me a few times but sounds like a macroer helper to me.
Bones can already be put into commodity deeds.
For once we are in full and complete agreement. When I buy scrolls I buy at least 100k worth so I won't have to do it again any time soon. It was a B!TCH moving those things from my old house to my new one.
I think they should have a way to flag "Unattended Macro" when you request GM support and that request should get some sort of priority queue...
If you (the person reporting) abuse the reporting system they (EA/Mythic) should give a warning followed by 24 hour ban or worse... but by doing that they could have GMs react quickly to anattended macroing and get rid of the trouble makers... not keep good people and good players from getting useful systems added to a game we love.
At first i also thought that it might support scripters alot. But finally i think it will be of more use to the regular player. There probably already is a script to move stuff from house to bank as easy as mining it. So i guess it will not be that big deal at the end.
He probably meant Daemon Bones (the red ones from Doom) which would be very comfortable as a deed. Or at least make them less heavy.
Bales of Cotton would be nice as a deed, too.
Personally I don't think this should be a vet reward. It should be purchaseable like the salvage bag.
There is too strong a need for everyone to make a vet reward.
Stone (if it's being made stackable next publish)
All of those would be good candidates for commodity deeds.
Excellent list. I would add bottles, meat (I have a huge, heavy stack or ribgs for feeding pets), bread, wool, fertile dirt, zoogi fungus and powder of translocation.
Great lists! I can't add anything to those.
This might not be considered a commodity deed thing but why can't filled commodity deeds be turned in for community collections for the value of what ever quantity of a qualifying item they filled with?
You know take 60k fish steaks in a deed to the fisherman in the library turn in the deed for the points the fish steaks would bring.
Ok, if you need a Comm Deed to transport your peerless ingredients, you might want to step out into the sunlight once in a while.