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[Tailoring] Cotton/Wool

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by Dragonchilde, Jan 23, 2009.

  1. Dragonchilde

    Dragonchilde Guest

    I have runes marked for the moonglow cotton field, the Skara Brae cotton field, and the yew sheep pens, but are there more? I prefer cotton (stacks automatically after spinning) but I would love to have as many as possible. I;m trying to rebuild my cloth stash after years away (I had a few thousand, but it fell with my house.)
  2. Storm

    Storm UO Forum Moderator
    Moderator Professional Premium Wiki Moderator Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    Mar 18, 2004
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    try delucia by healers hut and then there are a few outside delucia like your going to the undead fort that little cove on the left there are usually a few there to at least on ls shard
  3. Dragonchilde

    Dragonchilde Guest

    Aha! That's the one I was trying to think of. Thanks!
  4. Barry Gibb

    Barry Gibb Of Saintly Patience
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    May 24, 2008
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    There are complimentary pens and fields on Trammel and Felucca. You will not be able to mark the Delucia rune for Felucca though.

    Felucca sheep will give you 2 wool every time you shear one, but the cotton plant only gives one.

    I have found that making rounds between the Felucca sheep pens is a very fast way to get wool. Do you kill the sheep after you shear them? It takes over an hour for a sheep to regrow its wool, and a matter of minutes for a new one to spawn.

    I found an old post that told you how to get UO Assis to stack the yarn (from wool), but I could never get it to work and gave up on it. So now I just drag the yarn into a container in my backpack so it stacks in there.

    Stayin Alive,

  5. Dragonchilde

    Dragonchilde Guest

    Oh yes; my beetle's name is SheepSlayer, and I have a nice little "all kill/waitfortarget/lasttarget" macro set up. I shear the sheep, have the beetle kill it, and move to the next while it's doing that. I can rack up a huge amount of wool in next to no time.

    Edit: As long as the shepherd isn't corrupted. Sigh. Stupid Hatred.