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Making bigger stone tables

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by Irulia Darkaith, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. Irulia Darkaith

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    Used to be you could lock down each tile on a stone table and axe the end to make larger tables (at least I think that was the trick). That doesn't seem to work anymore, is there a new trick?
     
  2. Kelline

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    are you placing the tables on a raised square goza mats & lowering the gozas of the leg sides before you axe the legs? least wise thats how i remembered doing it.
     
  3. MissEcho

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    Full explanation of splitting tables, and making them larger is on this link:

    http://uo2.stratics.com/homes-and-decorations/echo-deco/tips-tricks
     
  4. Irulia Darkaith

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    Thanks - figured there was a link somewhere but couldn't find it. Shows how long it's been since I've done table modifications. Gozas ...is there anything they can't do?