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[Imbuing] Embuing Runic Made Leather Armour

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by Zephenia, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Zephenia

    Zephenia Guest

    Hey ya'all!

    Quick question. Created an All 70's+ Leather Armour suit using a runic, with the following properties (without jewels):

    Phys: 75
    Fire: 81
    Cold: 77
    Poison: 72
    Energy: 73

    They were made using a Spined Runic tool and either Horned or Barbed leather and all are exceptional.

    So, is it worth trying to imbue this with extra attributes? Right now all it has are a few little enhancements, like mana increase 2 and Night Sight. Otherwise its just the main properties.

    Was not sure if using the runic to create the suit ruined the chances of making something even nicer.

    Thanks folks!
  2. Lorax_Pacific

    Lorax_Pacific Lore Master
    Stratics Veteran

    Sep 1, 2006
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    If the fire was 95 it would be a be good necromancer starter suit. You would need to imbue stamina and probably want to find the right necromancer to tailor make it for their needs.

    It may not work for everyone, but you could tailor that suit to any of your friends adding LRC or whatever.

    In general, runics give you random so imbuing weights can be wasted in areas for instance the night sight.

    Another thing you can do is unravel it to get imbuing ingredients. It's not wasted, but converted from one form to another.

    Let us know if you find someone to tailor fit the suit. It has started reminding me of the old blacksmith shops. I hope getting to 120 will allow me to tailor make suits for people. It would be cool to meet people and hear what properties they are looking for on a particular character.