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How do you raise goza mats high enough

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Pfloyd, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. Pfloyd

    Pfloyd Colorblind Collector
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    on a castle or keep roof to be able to walk under them and on top of them?

    I have tried ladders, stair rubble and another ladder on top of the other goza's
     
  2. Sarsmi

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    You used the damaged book piles from doom. To make a goza "roof" that is tall enough to walk under you can put down three small tables on top of each other, then one item and 2 damaged book piles (easiest to just do three damaged book piles really). Then you target the top book pile with a goza mat.

    You have to be standing higher than ground level with the tables though, in order to place stuff on top of them. So either be standing on a higher level floor or on top of a ladder, or you can make a raised goza set of stairs or a goza elevator to raise you up. I think just four off the floor is good enough.
     
  3. Endrik

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    There is a slightly easier way... If you use 2 small tables, 1 stacked books, and 2 damaged books, then target the top damaged book it will place a goza that you can walk under, and you can do it from the ground level. You dont need to use a ladder or anything like that. Thats what I used to build my floating gardens...

    Floating Gardens

    Is that kind of what your going for? Hope that helps.
     
  4. Sarsmi

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    Yeah they don't need to be 20 tall to walk under. I think my method is more of a holdover from when I was putting black box rooms inside my own house so there would be private/secret areas to hide out in. I *think* three tables, and three book piles height is 20 high, which is the normal height of ceilings. So if you have to line up the floor with a real floor it works ok that way. :)
     
  5. Pfloyd

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    Thanks much :)