Ok i was reading the battle between Sir Morder and Cash. In my opinion they were arguing two completely different topics. Im going to try and clear it up so theres no confusion amongst everyone. In the third post by Tairon he mentioned the word "enhance" to put balanced on the bow. Ultimately this would mean he would need to "imbue" the bow with that property. This is where Sir Morder makes his post in reference that there is a high chance of destroying the item if you try to "imbue". He is infact speaking of enhancing. I found where he referenced enhancment from uoherold. I believe the wording is what confused Sir Morder. "Failing an Enhancement attempt will cost you some of your materials, but there is also a very good chance of destroying the item. Once imbued, the item is considered to have been made out of the special material infused into the item, so it can never be Enhanced again." - http://www.uoherald.com/guide/guide.php?guideId=56 Now Cash correctly answered with imbuing does not break your original item stated by Leurcian and the UOSA site its self "Failing to imbue an item with an item property does not destroy the item" - http://www.uoherald.com/stygianabyss/gameoverview/skills/imbuing.php I believe there was just some miss communication. Enhancements only add the property of the matrial enhanced with. Imbuing will allow you to take special "fragments" and add whatever property you want to your items. Just wanted to clear that up. So no one is confused with the new UOSA client coming out soon.