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remove armor refinement?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Cetric, Aug 31, 2014.

  1. Cetric

    Cetric Grand Inquisitor
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    is there a way to remove the armor refinement from a piece?
     
  2. Ender

    Ender Crazed Zealot
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    I don't think you can.

    Possible to balance it out with a refinement of the opposite type on another piece? Of course then you have to FIND that, and, well, good luck.
     
  3. Cetric

    Cetric Grand Inquisitor
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    figures... so many things you can do but never reverse in this damn game.
     
  4. CovenantX

    CovenantX Babbling Loonie
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    Yea I don't think you're able to remove refinements from armor currently, never tried to add mage armor to a refined piece though, but then again the piece would need 4 properties or less to do that. =/
     
  5. kongomongo

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    I think you can at least "lower" the refinement but applying a weaker refinement. That still leaves you with at least -1 dci or at least -1 max resist

    I have never confirmed it works though, just read it somewhere.

    Try it on TC
     
  6. The Zog historian

    The Zog historian Babbling Loonie
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    As Ender said, you need to balance it with refinements of the opposite effect. If you have a lot of refinements going, you may find it easiest to re-refine a few pieces with Defense, then do the others with Defense of the opposite effect.