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Stacking Armoirs still Work?

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by eve, Sep 14, 2009.

  1. eve

    eve Journeyman
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    May 12, 2008
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    So, i need to stack some chests for storage, used to be fairly easy to do.

    Can that still be done? I have spent the better part of an hour trying to stack the maple armoirs and can't seem to do it.

    I know the cherry ones seem higher so they would not stack (after i made about 20 of them i realized that).

    Any help will be appreciated.
  2. Sarsmi

    Sarsmi Grand Poobah
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    Apr 25, 2001
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    You can do it this way:

    place a trash barrel where you want them to go
    put them in the trash (all the ones you want on that one tile)
    axe the barrel
    lock em down and raise up

    Or you can put them in wooden box and then place the box and axe it. Lock them down and raise them up one by one. I like the trash barrel method, you don't have to keep making boxes that way.
  3. AtlanticVlad

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    May 14, 2008
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    Either one of those methods are good But with the first there's a chance you may not be allowed to raise them high enough... If that's the case and I don't know your set up is it more then one story? But either way if you cant the box will work if you cant get the box on top of the first one try placing a goza under the first one and raising it as high as you can. Put the box on top of that then chop it if that's not high enough and your working more then one story... grab a castle ladder plop it down in front of where you want it walk up place the goza then the next one or the box and chop. or just lower it to where you want it.