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[Imbuing] unraveling question!!!

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by RaistlinNowhere, Sep 18, 2009.

  1. RaistlinNowhere

    RaistlinNowhere Slightly Crazed
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    Now that EA have changed so cleverly the imbuing skill and unravel ( sarcasm ....), what can we the blacksmithy do for unravel? bowcraft and carpentry still have bokuto and bow without runics, but what with blakcksmithing?

    Im so angry that i think im going to explode!!!!
     
  2. miss uo

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    Why...........I just unraveled daggers made with a dc hammer.
     
  3. Thom

    Thom Lore Keeper
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    Just use runics. The runics for smithing are easy to get when compared to the runics for bowcrafting and carpentry and don't take anywhere near the amount of resources to get.
     
  4. RaistlinNowhere

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    i dont say that we cant use runics, but i mean that why only in black have done that and carpentry and bow can unravel things without using runics, only using special wood.

    I have tried several materias like gold, bronze shadow dull etc and cant unravel anyone of them... thats why im asking if there is something that we can do WITHOUT runics
     
  5. miss uo

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    Do you realize what your saying? There is no way I would use colored ingots to craft daggers to unravel. Do you realize what cost would be involved? Training imbuing is already too expensive.
     
  6. Thom

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    Only other thing I can think is recipe crafted stuff but that would be even worse because then you'd be using up mining gems.
     
  7. RaistlinNowhere

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    dont exactly that, for example making exp plate jingasa of iron with dull copper runic , you will get only magical residue, but if you do the same with dull copper ingots (which is cheap and easy to get from mining) you will get half magical and half enchanted residues if you use all the charges.