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[Imbuing] What determines the number of ingredients from unravelling

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by TullyMars, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. TullyMars

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    First I have a decent (but definitely not comprehensive) understanding of all the formulas (unravelling intensity and imbuing weights) and bonuses (material, race, forge, etc.) it is just I don't know this answer.

    What determines the number of ingredients from an unravel?
    Is it the imbue weight? Is it the durability? Is it a combo?

    For example...
    Say I have a weapon made of iron with 50 durability and with an unravelling intensity of 401 before race and forge bonus.
    If I unravel this with a legendary artificer garg at the queens forge, I should get a relic fragment.

    If the durability was higher would I get more relic fragments?
    Will adding durability increase the number of relics I get from this weapon?

    Will enhancing (and lets pick a metal like verite or valorite that doesn't add to the weapons durability) increase my relic fragment yield when I unravel?

    As always my apologies if this has been covered before. I did search but to no avail.
     
  2. Percivalgoh

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    Interesting idea. I will test this out on my next batch of relic stuff.
     
  3. Percivalgoh

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    Just looking at durability it doesn't seem to matter although maybe it might make a little difference it's probably not worth the powder.