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Is there anyway to dye display cases?

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Irulia Darkaith, Feb 3, 2013.

  1. Irulia Darkaith

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    I'm pretty sure the answer is no, I've tried every dye tub and plant dye, but thought I would throw it out there anyway.
     
  2. Lady Michelle

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    No idea if your trying to dye the display cases, but
    We're suppose to be able to dye the deed of the display cases. I like the look of the display cases as is so I never tried dying the deeds.
     
    #2 Lady Michelle, Feb 4, 2013
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  3. Irulia Darkaith

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    yeah tried dying the deed and the actual item with no luck.
     
  4. Tazar

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    Yes - they can be dyed - but you have to dye the deed before the case has ever been placed. Once it is placed and redeeded - you will not be able to dye it.
     
  5. Irulia Darkaith

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    Excellent! *rushes off to try a new deed*

    Well just tried it and thanks very much Tazar. For anyone else wondering, seems you can use a furniture dye tub or natural dye on the deed, and as Tazar stated, once you place the display case you're stuck with that colour. You can tell if a deed has been used because after you axe the case you get a deed that is oriented differently than an "unused" display case deed.
     
    #5 Irulia Darkaith, Feb 4, 2013
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