After getting back into the game a few weeks back, and having had to create a new account before that, unfortunately for me my account is restricted in what it can and cannot use. Now I have nothing against the rewards being given to veteran players, they've certainly stuck around long enough and paid their small fortune to support and play the game. But in the current server population state and the age of the game, I believe some of these items are just too far out of reach for the majority. Yes, Ultima Online may still be alive and kicking in five years/ten years time, let's hope so! But why restrict those new players from simply dying their own clothes or armour for instance? Or adding some nice decoration to their house? My main concern and the reason for this post is the dye tubs. Yes they're a nice reward, and I don't believe that should change. But let players who purchase a tub, or find one in a vendor house, actually use it. Don't make them have to wait five years just to dye a statue for instance. Giving players the ability to use them isn't going to unbalance the game in any way, it's going to make playing easier for newer players and/or younger accounts. Now their are a lot of rewards, some such as the mounts should stay exactly the way they are. These listed below however, I believe need to be made useable by any account age. I'll mention once again just to be clear, these should still stay as veteran rewards, but be useable by anyone. Special Dye Tub Furniture Dye Tub Leather Dye Tub Black Dye Tub Runebook Dye Tub Statuette Dye Tub Decorative Shield Hanging Skeleton Ankh - (Decorative one, not the self resurrection one) Bloody Pentagram Decorative Cannon Tree Stump Wall Banner Mining Cart (It provides a few ingots a day? A 10 year veteran is going to probably have resources in the hundreds of thousands) What do you all think? Am I just being cynical or do I make a valid point which should be addressed? Perhaps you don't think certain items in that list should be made useable by anyone? If so, post below.