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Question on ... server birth Full/ Empty Vials.....

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Guest, Feb 25, 2008.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    how can u tell difference from the crafted ones???

    if u cant?? then why do the sell for 20m plus??? im confused again??
     
  2. Treyster18

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    Craftable ones say "Rack" in the name, server births dont....and they usualy go for 10m, im selling mine at 15-20m cuz i dont really wana sell but if someone wants to pay that then ill sell =/
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    ??????????????

    Ive got chests of stuff marked up ''????'' from idocs!!!! that i need to sort through and either throw away or keep.... i would hate to throw away 5 real server vials or even 5 haysheafs ..just because i dont know the pinpoint wording.... sorry for asking for help...thought the boards was for that reason...jeepers.... treads on glass yet again...tiptoes around the big guns.....please gimme a break....
     
  4. Treyster18

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    Kk, Well, if you need ne more help just ask bud, sorry bout that
     
  5. TirNaNog

    TirNaNog Guest

    I think the reason some things that seem like slight rewordings still sell as rares is that they were historically desired.
    Before the days of event items and shard transfers, some of the most desirable rares included server birth glass vials, skull candles, and cauldrons since the graphics were unique. Even though the graphics were later added to the game as common items, the originals still maintained their interest, although they dropped in value compared to items that are still unique.

    Not nearly as many people were interested in collecting hay sheaves or sheaves of hay since the graphics were pretty much always commonly obtainable items and therefore no one cared what they were called.