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[Bowcraft/Fletching] What to do with OAK and ASH kits?

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by aarons6, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. aarons6

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    what do you guys make with them?

    for the YEW kits i make named bows like the lightweight shortbows and the slayer longbows.. but what aobut OAK and ASH?
     
  2. Vertigo

    Vertigo Guest

    When SA comes out, use them for farming imbuing resources.
     
  3. Derrick83

    Derrick83 Guest

    i am thinking the same thing.. i have a TON of these.. but since they do not follow the tailoring/smithy system(which I do not think it fair for them to get but not archery) the max intensities are way to low to make anything of real practical use...

    I was thinking maybe combining.. in other words... add a menu gump and combining 5 oak kits will make 1 ash kit... combining 5 ash kits makes 1 yet kit, combining 5 yew kits makes 1 heartwood kit .... then combining 5 heartwood kit makes 1 kit that will actually produce a useful item...

    Anyways you get the concept... if they wont give your quest the TOT system so we will eventually stumble upon a heartwood or yew kits(which are the only ones that will produce good bows) then atleast let us get rid of the old ones by letting them add up to a useful kit.
     
  4. AxiamInc

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    Signed.. But ONLY if they let me do the same thing with smith runics.. :U
     
  5. sirrojen

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    I agree and I agree it would be cool if they added this to carpentry, tinkering, smithing, and tailoring!
     
  6. Gellor

    Gellor Guest

    My oak and ash kits are filling the dumpster very well:thumbsup: