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Blocked again

Discussion in 'UO Spiels N Rants' started by Vash TheStampede, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. Ok why can't the game default one square over when I am doing compassion gains, or simply gating to a location. Whenever I drop some yahoo off at a city and I try to go back I get the message "something is blocking that location"
    Do we REALLY need to have runes on SPECIFIC spots?
    Will it hurt the game to default one space over so runes wont be blocked?

    It's just the little things that matter, ya know?
  2. Aran

    Aran Always Present
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    Apr 1, 2000
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    Um... yes? Because that would be a pancake and a half to implement and would be buggy as hell.
  3. Arch Magus

    Arch Magus Guest

    Scriptors would love this ****.

    Mark runes in less traveled spots. Problem solved.
  4. Two things:
    1st: When I open a gate to escort an NPC they just stand there blocking the spot. :wall:
    2nd: Should I have to carry around more than 1 runebook fearing blocking? :cursing::cursing::cursing::cursing:

    On a side note: I have been seeing some of the NPCs moving away after I gate them in. I will keep a closer watch on this. :thumbsup:
  5. Dragonchilde

    Dragonchilde Guest

    Move before you gate. They WILL follow you. Immediately take a few steps, and they'll follow you before settling.

    No. Just mark your runes for places outside of the guard zone where nothing spawns, or in a remote corner. Then you walk a screen to town, no fears of blocking.