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Regarding item insurance

Discussion in 'UHall' started by startle, Mar 20, 2012.

  1. startle

    startle Siege... Where the fun begins.
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    Do insured items need to be in the main backpack or can they be in a container inside the main backpack?
    :oops:
     
  2. Mandrake of DF

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    They can be inside any container you got on you. As long they are insured - they wil pop in the top of your backpack if you die.... (cant insure containers/backpacks)
     
  3. Pinco

    Pinco UOEC Modder
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    you can keep them also in other containers, but when you die it falls all in your main backpack so it's pretty useless :D
    The same is for blessed items.
     
  4. startle

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    Thanks to both of you for your info... Since containers can/could never be insured, I wondered what would happen to insured items inside them. And you have both answered my question...
    Thx again,

    :)