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Discussion in 'UHall' started by packrat, Jul 3, 2008.
First one is the scouts armor
second is the Sorcerers Armor. The color has something to be desired.
Ouch.. The scout armor looks great, but the mage armor...
One's too dark, one's too bright. They both look pretty ugly to me.
personally, i don't like the tunic. as for the color, the scout armor is too dark. mage armor.. well, it's like light sigil purple. course i bet they look better in kr.
Any chance of seeing this in KR? I wouldn't mind getting a better view of it..
The blue hue used on the second set is called "bluelight" in the hue file and is the color used on the transparent heart earrings and pendant of the magi it is also used on the new jewels in the turn in also and the magical lockbox.
A little over used in the past couple weeks?
Any color is great if it is used once in a while but once everything you see is that color you get sick of it real fast.
Take for example glacial blue. It was really cool back when it was super rare and almost never seen. Now that everyone is running around with glacial hair and there are a billion duped items that are that color and one of the most useless items in the game and also a quite common item at that is also that color it isn't cool anymore.
So yeah colors need to start being used with a bit of caution because once the color is common it's coolness is gone forever.
How is that color any better (or worse) than the original Tokuno reward dyes? And yes, I'm still bitter about that change... I've been sitting on piles of the minors simply because there's nothing worth turning in for anymore.
Can those armours be dyed or does the set hue override it? I was looking forward to getting the sorcerer set for my necro/mage but not if it's this horrid colour.
100%LRC and 70s resist wasnt all that fantastic when I first read about it, compared to what I already have. The colour makes it a no brainer. Hopefully its dyeable, but dont hold your breath.
Set armor pieces are dyable, but the full suit combination will create a new hue that overrides any dye.
It's better than what I have and it's free, so.. if the aesthetic issue can be sorted out, I'll make use of it.
I tried to dye the armor and it says. You can not dye magical items.
for mage armor um would like at least 10% spell damage increase plzz and oh yeah change the color too heh.
am I the only one that actually likes the color?
I like it too.
I like it better than the darkwood suit. But then I still like glacial stuff. Bah, I'll just sick to my Nox Green dyes.
Seconded! I guess one could alwyas throw a robe or shroud over top of the mess to hide the color. But the hat will always show...
The colors are not to bad. A good robe would hide most of it. I do not care fore the dark colors when you die and in a hurry sometimes hard to find a piece if you forgot to up date uo assist.
Am I the only one who's not seeing the images?
There will be an added reward to combat this
How can you dye anything on TC? They will not give us Leather dye tubs there. Or is the new armor on Origin already?
I believe the patch has hit Origin already and will be with us next week.
I love the color of the mage armor, but I wish they'd given us the option of a necklace rather than the bulky gorget.
Hopefully we will get the option to dye the pieces and not have the forced set color over-ride...the scout seems to dark and the mage is too bright for me.
Me too I would like a necklace much better.
Well, hmmmm. Better blue than blaze!
Still... that's bright...
I love the blue! It's the BOD blue which is a color i've always liked Is there a female tunic?
The Scout set offers female armor and a bustier. The Mage set offers female armor and a skirt. The mage set with the female items is super-cute (except for the gorget as I've mentioned).
Actually, they are "sorcerer's female armor" and "sorcerer's skirt". *giggles* I just noticed that while looking at the reward list on Test. Makes me miss the old days when a male character (inevitably named Gandalf) could run around in a bustier that he'd put on with polymorph. Some bugs just don't need fixin'