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I forgot again

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by Percivalgoh, Jul 4, 2010.

  1. Percivalgoh

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    I forgot to powder up the durability on a piece before imbuing again :sad4:
    I hate when that happens
     
  2. Fink

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    Store your powder with your relic fragments, it'll help you remember.
     
  3. Lorax_Pacific

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    Bothers me too, but I forgot on a weapon and then changed my suit around and the weapon isn't used much now. There are some materials that add durability upon successful enhancement. Try not to worry about it and see how long it lasts.

    -Lorax
     
  4. silent

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    They should make it so you can powder it up until it is repaired for the first time, then no more powder.
     
  5. Riply

    Riply Lore Keeper
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    I write down on a piece of paper named imbuing reminder.

    1) powder
    2) Most exp ingediants next fragments etc
    3) repeat #2 till you get to the least exp to imbue last

    I think the majority of us have down that, I always try and imbue when I'm not in any kind of a rush for time. I tend to make to many mistakes when I do rush things.
     
  6. Kellgory

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    I use this method as well and I works so far. The only problem I see with allowing people to powder things after imbuing is that they would imbue items, then enhance and if it didn't break then they would powder it up. I guess they could write a little sub-routine that would stop people from powdering enhanced items but not if they were created with colored ore, wood, or leather.