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Discussion in 'UHall' started by Novak(Caci), Oct 18, 2010.

  1. Novak(Caci)

    Novak(Caci) Guest

    How does this sextant for navigation the ships work?
    It has 4 numbers but how you count them and how it works?
  2. Storm

    Storm UO Forum Moderator
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    first 2 numbers are the north or south and second 2 are east or west

    Britain The Oaken Oar 10º53'S 7º1'E"

    that a example
  3. Trebr Drab

    Trebr Drab Guest

    You don't navigate the ships with e sextant. That just gives you your location. You use a map for navigation. You set the pins for your route and hand it to the Steersman, they give it back and begin automatically navigating to where you set the pins.

    I think that's how it goes, it's been a long time. Might be a bit more to it, like a command to start the trip and stop it, maybe?