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Usability of some rubble?

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by imported_Mezzac, Jan 3, 2008.

  1. Hello all,

    I had been on lookout for a couple stairs pieces of rubble as I had a number of design concepts I was wanting to try - tonight I had an opportunity to play around with a piece for deco purposes. However, nothing I tried worked as far as actually being able to use the stairs to climp up (like onto a square sandstone block or any other usefull manner). Anytime I placed anything near the stair would be blocked half way up - any attempt to raise or lower either stairs or object I was wanting to climb up onto failed [​IMG].

    I tried a number of other options including using in association with a Square Goza mat without much success.

    (on a side note: Goza Mats have to be one of the best ever items OSI ever brought into the game - absolutely mind bogling useful infact! - it is so useful in fact, I am surprised OSI having nerfed them [​IMG])

    So I was just wondering whether anyone here has managed to incorporate Stair rubble in a usable fashion - Screenies (and explainations if required) would be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance [​IMG]
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    I've had some problems with mine too, and haven't had time to sit down and play around with them to figure out their uses and limitations.