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[Price Check] Leather Named/Colored Bone Armor

Discussion in 'UO Trader's Hall' started by BellaofCats, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. BellaofCats

    BellaofCats Guest

    Actually I have a few items I'd love to know about. This stuff has been taking up dust in my house for years!! It's time to either show it off, sell it or toss it out. None of these pieces has had any dyes or bleaches used on them to change their coloring as I acquired them before such things came out.

    I'm on the Catskills shard.

    As the title mentions, I have bone armor that retained the color of the leather that was used when they were made. For instance, the color of the spined bone armor is blue, the horned is red and the barbed is green. All are labeled bone armor.

    A set of White Daemon Bone Armor that is named "Bone Armor" and below the weight it says "Daemon Bone".

    A set of Bone Leggins that are named "Daemon Bone Leggings" with the stats listed below the weight.

    Also some armor that is named "Valorite", "Verite" and "Shadow Iron" but none of the pieces retained the color of the used material. Each is plain.

    In addition, I also have ringmail, platemail and chainmail that are either red, black or dark grey.

    Finally, I have dragon armor in the following colors: White, Black, Yellow, Red and Blue. Each piece is named for their color followed by Dragon "Insert piece here". For instance: "Black Dragon Helm".

    Also, if someone could tell me if armor labeled like this: "A studded tunic of exceptional quality" followed by "Exceptional" is worth anything?

    I know it's not the most exciting stuff for a price check, but I can't find out anywhere else.

    Thank you in advance for your help and time!

    Bella
     
  2. Warpig Inc

    Warpig Inc Babbling Loonie
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    Off your list the white deamon bone named bone armor is the rarest. Was about for the first few weeks of the Ish lands start before fixed to the current no self repair red armor.

    Items can be bleeched to natural color but the title stays the same. The other colored metal armor with basic iron stats is invasion armor or even the old NPC vendor armor has iron stats but ore color.

    Most the unique titled armor would catch a price of worth if well imbued or desired by someone to due themselves. Down side is non exc. crafted / looted items are capped at 450 for imbuing. And with the colored bone crafted armor having an old materials message if you try to imbue block.
     
  3. BellaofCats

    BellaofCats Guest

    Thank you so much for your reply Warpig, you've helped a great deal.

    Can anyone enlighten me about the dragon armor?

    Safe travels,

    Bella
     
  4. Silverbird

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    Dragon (Scale) Armour is a bit tricky. As I recall there were two changes to them but they havent been long enough ingame to get doubled exceptional tags or something like that.
    'Lastest' change was the renaming of blue dragons scales. They are now sea serpent scales. So if your blue dragon armour pieces are labeld blue dragon armour, they are somewhat rare.
    An older change to that armour was that you dont need any longer ingots when crafting dragon scale armour. If your parts are saying that special ingots are included, they are pretty rare. Unfortunately I cant remember the right name tag for that. *g* (Back then dragon armour was supposed to give a set bonus when it was crafted with ingots that 'matched' the colour of the scales. Like valorite for blue scales, gold for yellow scales etc. Such a set might be something very special these days.)
    And a little reminder ... That something is rare, doesnt automatically mean that it is expensive/valueable. Dragon armour was never in high demand but if you can find the right collector and if you have the older versions of that armour you could fetch some gold for them. (But I dont know about prices.)