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[Fishing] Mib's and refinements

Discussion in 'UO Fishing and Treasure Hunting' started by Duncan Drake, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. Duncan Drake

    Duncan Drake Lore Keeper
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    Hey there, i have a question regarding mib's and refinements. Maybe anyone knows an answer

    I got a couple of mibs from treasure chests across all facets. Now as far as i know those messages are not bound to a specific facet like treasure maps but can be fished up in trammel and / or felucca.

    So my question, it was written in pub 81 notes that refinement quality is much better in felucca. Does this apply to mib's fished in felucca as well?
     
  2. Lord Lew

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    They say it does, but after doing a hundred on both, I can see no difference, maybe my sample was too small
     
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  4. Duncan Drake

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    Thx a lot. Unfortunately the data is a bit fustrating. I think chances are higher to get a slither owned by noone from meduse than to get the refinements i need :-(
     
  5. hen

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    I've collected a lot of reifnements from chests, ships and mibs. The best drops I've had have come from fel mibs. The drop rate of invul refinements is very very low though.