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[Discussion] Where did these globes come from??

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Dmaninuo, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. Dmaninuo

    Dmaninuo Guest

    I have a few globes that are making me scratch my head.

    globe 1: says nothing, unblessed (old lich loot if I remember right)
    globe 2: says nothing, blessed, displays nothing if it is clicked
    globe 3: says nothing, blessed, displays the "responses" to ask/answer ball
    globe 4: shows the double ask & be answered bla bla bla stuff.

    Now, I am pretty sure I know where #1 came from, #4 is a ask/answer that got screwed up on a vendor (I think), #2 & #3 has me a little confused.
  2. Brak

    Brak Guest

    Might be able to help out on number 3, although I'm no where near an expert on these kinda things.

    I had a globe like your number 4 and decided to try and get rid of the sellers description thingy so placed it into one of my bod vendors without a description. When I took it off both labels had gone making it into your number 3. Hope that helps :)
  3. Democritus

    Democritus Guest

    Ah Brak, thanks for the tip..now i can finally get rid of the annoying flavor text beneath my ask-and-be-answered balls :D
  4. Tom_Builder

    Tom_Builder Slightly Crazed
    Stratics Veteran

    Dec 9, 2002
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    That is correct!! I Added 2 to my vendor and decided to pull them off after not selling and they came back blank. I think #2 is a bugged city globe, just lost the name off it, most likely to vendors as well. I had one of them a while back, more then likely still do somewhere.