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Confused: Human v Garg Smith/Imbuing

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by LadyMargaret, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. LadyMargaret

    LadyMargaret Guest

    There's probably a thread on this, I couldn't find it.

    I'm in the process of running imbuing on my human blacksmith character.

    I know you get Imbuing gains from being a Garg, my question is should I transfer Imbuing to another character or change my smith to a Garg?

    He is a Legendary Smith, 100 Arms Lore, 100 Mining, of course running up to 120 Imbuing.

    I do have a spare character I rarely use that I could move Imbuing to if that's the best plan.

  2. riohnyx

    riohnyx Guest

    You don't have to be a garg to train imbuing. Gargs get an imbuing bonus so it is easier for them to successfully imbue, but that doesn't mean it's better for training purposes. Usually you want the extra difficulty to get the better gains.
  3. LadyMargaret

    LadyMargaret Guest

    sorry, I didn't mean for training, I mean after I hit 120. Do I lose anything (smithing, mining) by changing this char over to a Garg?
  4. miss uo

    miss uo Guest

    Gargoyles cant wear +5 mining gloves....
  5. Storm

    Storm UO Forum Moderator
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    dont forget you also GET improved enhance with special mats (although I have no clue what it is)
  6. LadyMargaret

    LadyMargaret Guest

    sorry, what did you mean?

    I found this, is this what you mean? and has enhancing been confirmed?:
    "Master Artisan: A strong cultural emphasis on art and craftsmanship grants the Gargoyles an increased chance to imbue, enhance, and unravel magical items."

    If that's the case, maybe I should move mining to a human character, and turn my Smith/Imbuer to a Gargoyle.