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What's the benefit of inscription on a mage, again?

Discussion in 'UO Spellcaster' started by UOvet, Jun 7, 2004.

  1. UOvet

    UOvet Guest

    Anyone?
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Most people put inscription on their template to get the 10% SDI bonus.

    You also get 5% free elemental resist bonus while casting both reactive armor and magic reflection.

    And...you can inscribe scrolls ?
     
  3. Vulpes

    Vulpes Guest

    Is it so that inscription only gives SDI bonus at GM?

    90 or less inscription are not giving any SDI?
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Correct.

    At 99.9 Inscription or less you get no bonus, but at 100.0 you get 10% bonus.
     
  5. not to mention using scrolls for lvl 7 and 8 spells you'll ever fizzle out of skill. nothing like spamming earthquake like a legendary mage.
     
  6. Nisse

    Nisse Guest

    if you want all SDI a mage can have when p25 comes you nedd gm scribe that gives 10% SDI.
    P25 full SDI on a mage is: 120 int= 12% SDI, gm scribe =10% SDI and 15% SDI on items. That alowes a mage to have a total of 37% SDI. So scribe ill be more inportant to a pure mage after P25 becous you cant use more than 15% on items.
     
  7. Vulpes

    Vulpes Guest

    Got this reply from Hanse about sdi bonus from inscription:

    The bonus is 1% at 20, 2% at 40, 3% at 60, 4% at 80, 10% at 100.