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Need help with blacksmith

Discussion in 'UHall' started by packrat, Jun 22, 2008.

  1. packrat

    packrat Guest

    My friend is stuck at 108.. what does she make to get from 108-120? I read somewhere on here that you can make circets or something like that to get to 120 can someone help please?
  2. Hobo Sapien

    Hobo Sapien Seasoned Veteran
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    May 12, 2008
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    Royal Circlet, keep at it. Make sure your friend has the points to go higher. Skills not locked etc.
  3. It Lives

    It Lives Lore Master
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    Jun 11, 2008
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    Sound Advice, but mix it up now and then with plate arms and gorget. Move around after large batch. Say you are smithing at home, move to delucia or minoc...and such. Persistance is the key:]
  4. Ezekiel Zane

    Ezekiel Zane Grand Inquisitor
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    Jul 29, 2003
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    I've trained over 30 blacksmith and tailors in my years playing UO.

    You'll hit dry spells every now and then. I've seen 400-500 hammer swings between gains before. It happens.

    Here's a few things to try.

    Make something different, something considerably more difficult to make than what you've been making.

    Take a break. Stop for an hour or two and come back. Sometimes you get a gain right away.

    Commit suicide. Kill yourself. Undress, grab some poison and go to a healer and drink it. However you do it, just do it. Totally and completely unproven but quite commonly recommended when you hit a wall during training.

    Last but not least, check your skill cap.