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[Discussion] What constitutes "decent" jewelery?

Discussion in 'UO Trader's Hall' started by Neal Caffrey, Jul 27, 2012.

  1. Neal Caffrey

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    Trying to get a handle on the tons of jewelry that I fish up from SoSs, what is worth keeping? What isn't?
     
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  2. DJAd

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    Totally depends on the character template. Something might be useless to one person, but then it could be what another person has been looking for.

    Myself, if it had and negatives then I stick it in my unravel bag. Anything clean I keep.
     
  3. silent

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    A simple rule of thumb for good jewelry. Anything from the old loot generator is really not worth much since it can be created with imbuing. Jewelry from the new loot generator that has useful mods that exceed the cap or have mods that are not imbuable taking into consideration these mods work together for a template. Also uncursed jewelry with more than 5 mods, again assuming the mods work together.