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[Price Check] Great Mods... Crappy Resists!

Discussion in 'UO Trader's Hall' started by Bman, Nov 27, 2008.

  1. Bman

    Bman Seasoned Veteran
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    Just wanted to get a price check on a piece of armor I created today. Its a Verite Platemail Haidate - Mage Armor
    Hit point regen - 2
    Mana regen - 2
    Lower mana cost - 8%
    Lower regeant Cost - 20%

    Now for the crappy resists.... 8/8/8/9/5

    Just looking for an round about price... this is on LS

    Thanks
     
  2. aarons6

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    on my shard, pac, that might get you 500k to 1m
    depending on buyer.. i myself would pay 1m for it.


    too bad its on ls :)


    i wish those were on pac :(
    we dont get any of the good stuff
     
  3. aarons6

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    im thinking my numbers were a little low.., those legs would fetch up to 10m
    i think i paid 1m for my legs, they are reg leather.
    18 lrc
    1mr
    8lmc
    and about the same resists.. 8/7/5/9/9
     
  4. jeffk410

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    depends on shard
    but since its 20 lrc that leaves room open for bad resists because less lrc peices are needed. you could get 5-10 for that on atlantic.
     
  5. Chaosy

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    I would have to agree with the 500k to 1 mil estimate. The people who would need it to be 20 lrc would need one resist on it at least, otherwise the gorget/arms would be too hard to find. I doubt it would sell for anything close to 5-10 on Atlantic, IMHO.