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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Lorddog, Aug 31, 2011.
link to which artifacts unraveling to relic?
Here ya go:
Relic Fragment - UOGuide, the Ultima Online encyclopedia
BEWARE: it Will let you unravel an item to Less than the max return, which is a big FAIL in my book - 120/garg/queen's = optimum i believe
You do know that if you imbue 1% of anything onto a Savage spear, then you get relics once unravelled
doesn't w/ luck, or is this a 120 & garg thing?
I have a 120 Garg Imbuer and I have tried this at the Queens SF and it does not work....all you get is 3 Magical residue???
I think you could class that post as a 'wind up'. Think about the stats on a savage spear, are they even remotely close to the property weight that will give a relic fragment?
Nope not a wind up, i been doing it for ages now and selling the relics.
Perhaps its only 1% of the property im imbuing, sort of a bug but unfortunatly i cant log in to see as i havn't had access to my account for over a week now...........
You know if he tells what he is imbuing to the spears the devs will nerf it.
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is your imbuer at less than 120?
is it a garg?
bet you can remember that
garg, at 100.
Honestly cant remember the property but im sure used Fire rubies in it
If you are using the EC, the Pinco UI will tell you what you could get from any item when you mouse over it, as well as it's imbued weight; Relics are still not guaranteed even at the skill/forge cap, but it's handy to have as occasionally I see items on normal spawn which unravels into one... sometimes on The Sphinx's loot for instance.
Fire Rubies are also an Imbuing ingredient needed to imbue the Hit Fireball and Strength Bonus property onto item.
can't add str to weapon i think, must be the other
But if you imbue a spear with 1% Fireball (or 2% rather as that´s the lowest) you won´t be using Fire rubies anyways.
You need to add at least 46% for them to be required...