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Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by tehfloof, May 9, 2011.
I'd love to display my holiday items in a similar fashion!
that's AWESOME!!! what shard? where? love it!
This was part of Lord Gareth's visit to someone's Museum. I think Baja. It's really great.
As far as I can tell its made by placing a line of gozas, then raising them up and placing a display case on top, then placing either another line of gozas underneath or a display case..
Hum... interesting., Looks like I'll have to purchase a bunch of 13th anni tickets. Thanks
may have to break the cases in order to lower them to the right high... but not sure...
I've tried this with east facing set up in a keep. I didn't get it to where it looks full like that, but I didn't have enough to play with breaking things.
However, the cases can be broken and can be lowered. But making it look flawless like that...Not sure how to do it.
I have learned a lesson in experimenting though. You absolutely have to place the items you want in the top most one before you place the next tier, and rinse and repeat if they're against a wall.
I done this simply by placing 3 rows of goza's raised them as high as they could then placed the first display unit on the floor under the goza's, then lowered the first row of goza's down on top of the display case and so on, no need to break any cases, this way the cases can all be re-used
Im addicted to these things
SO, making sure I understand this, to have it look solid, you would put four display cases down for the highest row, Three for the second? Two for the third and 1 for the bottom row?
You got it
Aye the original picture I umm... *Shifts eyes* "Cheated" its actually a gimp manipulation but I did recreate it in someones museum for them.
Gozas, Gozas and more Gozas (So lots of breaking) and you can dye the display case deed but if you place it and then try to dye it you cannot. Also the color you choose is the color you are stuck with.
*I like to try and break EM/DEV items with Axes*
you don't have to axe the bottom back case you can have a flap stick out one extra tile on the side and put an item on it. I would have done more inventive ideas but just to get that to work took me awhile.
What Dyes do you have to dye with?
And I haven't had a lot of time to play (but I'm workign on my museum when I do...but I don't have a lot of deeds) would there be any other item you could put on the end to not use the display case for the bottom? Or is that the only thing that looks cohesive?
I used Natural dyes and tokuno dyes so I am assuming any dyes? I already checked to be sure it is not illegal.
Love the displays cases. Question is.. Can you reach the top row? Can you open to see whats in them?
Someone sent me a PM asking how to do this. Mostly its just Goza mats. You lay down 3 goza mats raise them up 4 or 5. Place a display case under it. Place a display case on top then lower the Goza mat down 2, so it breaks, lower each piece to lineup.
.....I'll try to make a better step by step instruction in a bit,
Ps. When you claim them from the Anny ticket you can dye them with Natural, TOkuno or Cleanup Dyes by dying the display case deed before you place it.
Thank you Gareth
Im having the problem of not being able to lower the goza because the display case covers in completely and i cant click on the goza
Oh wait i figured it out
Good deal. Got any pics of how you used them?