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Blessed Container idea

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Sevin0oo0, Sep 23, 2011.

  1. Sevin0oo0

    Sevin0oo0 Guest

    I know in the past people have expressed aggravation about having to rearrange their backpack after a rez. Now with all the to-be blessed items that will be forthcoming, Plus existing blessed items (talismans, clothing, armor, runebooks, various spellbooks, etc). adds up to quite a few items that could be carried by a player. People 'used to' carry a 'set' of runebooks, but it's grown into too many now I think, to be very practical. As the game expands, bits of the core need to as well.

    What if we could have a blessed container (small pouch, whatever)? Only blessed Items placed inside, as well as other blessed items (or newbified) on that character, appear inside, after death. Spellbooks could work from there as well.

    this way you don't have to spend time to re-arrange, or look for something buried under something else.
    Bad idea?
  2. Mirt

    Mirt Certifiable
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    Dec 28, 2009
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    It might be that I simply carry to much junk but I think this is a great idea. Even better I wouldn't have to root around for my jewels after every death.