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Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Guest, Apr 25, 2008.

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    Guest Guest

    How is the demand for scrolls and potions?
    Is there room for a scribe/alch mage?

    What scrolls sells?

    Or is it beter deman for a tailor smith?
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    Guest Guest

    I don't think there is too much of a need for for scribed scrolls

    Potions, need em, use em.

    what sells is:
    rings/braces HCI/DCI FC/FCR
    enhanced bandies
    throw away SCNP weapons
    FC/FCR spell books
    armor of course

    I'm sure there are others but that is my high priority list
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  4. Most folks here wear leather since everyone needs mana. There is a demand for enhancing tho.

    Remember when you train inscription to copy books at the start.

    Siege has a serious drinking problem. When training alchemy, I suggest doing only greaters and poisions. There is a market for all strengths of poison for training while there isn't for stuff like heal/cure/refresh so only make greaters. Some use nightsight but with that property on items and with elves the demand is low. To save storage space make in bottles. You can dump a pile of potions in a keg eaily - takes time to empty a keg into bottles.

    Don't forget that you need gm arms lore to make stuff.

    If you train tailoring, do bod. You get 100 cloth and a new deed when you turn them in. Don't forget oil cloth (like I often do), no waste since oilcloth recycles into bandages with no loss.