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BOD question

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by silent, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. silent

    silent Lore Master
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    So at .1 blacksmithing you can get iron bods weapon and armor. Is wether you get armor or weapon based on skill level or is it totally random? I know you need more skill for colored and LBODs.
     
  2. CorwinXX

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    It seems I always get shields bods with 0.1 bs chars.
     
  3. silent

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    Interesting, I wonder what skill you need for better chance at iron armor bods...
     
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    From my time testing a few years back, it seemed that BODs under 70 skill tended to be ones that the character could fill and gain skill, or easier. Tailor tended to give you stuff you could gain skill on more often than smith. BODs heavier than chain seemed to be non-existent (or nearly so) below that point as well.
     
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