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Great Lakes

Discussion in 'UO Crime' started by Touzoko, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. Touzoko

    Touzoko Certifiable
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    This thief has been stealing on Siege for some small while......

    Now, he has also returned to Great Lakes, where he has had characters pining away for some years.
    Any tips for training/stealing on prodo shard?
    Just seems like good way to spend time when no one is found on Siege. This one in non-denominational stealer.
     
  2. Touzoko

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    Interesting- no karma is lost during snooping. Why is this? If snooping is eveil act- surely is eveil everywhere?
    Also, is snooping based upon sucess, or upon difficulty? Sould this one be wearing items to increase his snooping skill (and therefore his sucess rate) or not for quickest gains?

    Thank you.
     
  3. Chad Sexington

    Chad Sexington Lore Master
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    Hm.... if you haven't gained karma in a while, you might be as low as you get for Snooping. It stops dropping after a while. (You can't turn dread from Snooping.)
     
  4. Touzoko

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    No- this one is NOT losing any karma from snooping on Great Lakes. None at all. Not for days. He thought this very strange.
     
  5. Lynk

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    Are you referring to yourself in the third person?