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Has Anyone Seen This Map Before?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Cerwin Vega, Nov 20, 2009.

  1. Cerwin Vega

    Cerwin Vega Lore Keeper
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    I cant figure out where this area is... It kind of looks like moonglow but thats not a normal treasure hunting spot. Did they throw some nest in different areas? Its kind of funny how its right in town.
     
  2. Lord Clay Of Aquinas

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    Yes, that's Moonglow
     
  3. That is Moonglow.
     
  4. NBG

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  5. Cerwin Vega

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    Thanks for helping.. I just did a different map and figured out that not all the maps are in treasure map areas.
     
  6. Dai FHA

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    a few of them are pretty close to the hag quest imp locations also
     
  7. OxAO

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  8. Sweeney

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    Just use the EC.. maps are easy to find.

    Coming to UHall about it shows how weak you are. Part of the fun is the hunt.
     
  9. RaDian FlGith

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    You know... been playing for 12 years, and I NEVER made the connection between the packaged map and the treasure maps. hehe Wow. That's what I call slow.
     
  10. RaDian FlGith

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    They're not really that difficult in the 2D client once you get used to them... and they're definitely easier to see than the teensie weensie little EC maps. They have the advantage of looking like the overhead map, but the disadvantage of being very small.
     
  11. Basara

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    BTW, I've found absolutely no correlation between Turkey maps and Treasure maps. Of the Dozen maps I've done, or helped alliance members find the location of, maybe 2 of them were within 10 screens (traveling on foot, as opposed to straight line through mountains) of a Treasure Map location.

    Where people get the idea that there is any relation between them, is beyond me.

    I personally got a nest practically on top of the Yew farms south of the Abbey, and a friend had one only a screen away from the Human-to-Elf quest NPC at the Moonglow Lyceaum, just outside the northwest corner.
     
  12. Cerwin Vega

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    Well its very simple how at first I thought they were in the same areas.. Stratics has this nice little map that helps you find treasure spots and it helped me very much for the first 20 maps or so. Then I found what I thought was a oddball map so I asked about it... we all cant be Uo encyclopedias.

    http://uo.stratics.com/thb/info/maparchive/Archive1.shtml
     
  13. Using old 2d, and I fine my map locations just fine. Part of the fun being a t hunter, you know how to read maps.
     
  14. Beer_Cayse

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    Moonglow ... LA Tram, go out the East MG gate and there were 4 or 5 turkeys in the area by the shore. I probably could have spotted more if I'd explored more.
     
  15. Basara

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    True, Vega - but there are some people out there actively telling people erroneously that the sites ARE all T-map sites, when probably 3/4 are in areas that have never had such maps.

    And, yes, the T-map archive is great for those that do lie close. One can also go buy the city maps at a cartographer, to cover the cities that aren't near T-maps.
     
  16. Harlequin

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    Aye :D

    T-Hunters definitely have an advantage here. Great way to get folks that have never done T-hunting before started.
     
  17. Harlequin

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    Ohh...and I have found a couple of spots that would fit a 7x7 house.

    Had 1 spot which had a 7x7 right on top of it...didn't realize until I dug up the map, lost that one...House was public, but doors were secure...

    There are a couple of ways to get in, but I didn't want to use them.