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Discussion in 'UHall' started by DanteSignas, Sep 19, 2012.
See title please and thank you.
Maybe because its classed as a container? and you cant bless bags, etc
I would like to know that too... Stinks....
Correct. It is a container and containers can not be blessed (with the exception of the Quiver of Infinity which was an anniversary gift item).
Containers can not be insured, so its some where in between
If I can insure the thing I OUGHT to be able to BLESS it..... just saying.
This is exactly how I feel about it.
why then everyone would run around with there whole suits blessed.....very bad idea
Well, if you've got enough bless deeds - then why not bless your whole suit if you want to?
sinking gold for one.. and there should be at least some cost for death
Well there is the embarrassment cost....
First off.... I would NEVER waste a bless deed on something that is going to break... ie imbued stuff....... why would I when I can just imbue me a replacement... secondly As for the price of death trust me it costs me a TON everytime I die. I carry a full arsenal with me wherever I go of imbued bows and such I have enough with costs and the price of buying stuff...
I don't NEED a gold sink I don't accumulate the stuff EVER. With as many characters as I have every little bit I can do helps.... as for blessing entire suits many folk ALREADY DO.... Personally I think that's a waste. But that's just me if they want to waste a bless deed on something that's going to eventually break that's their business not mine... I would just rather bless the things that REALLY matter. Those that waste bless deeds on replaceables are just crazy you'll never reap back the cost of the bless deed for the item.... even if you died 20X a day insurance would still be cheaper in the long run.... but on something that will never "break" a bless deed is the way to go especially if you really like the item.