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Bucket of water?

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Magister Returns, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. Magister Returns

    Magister Returns Journeyman
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    I seem to remember a rare "a bucket of water." I happened across recently for free and I'm just curious if my memory is correct or if this is no longer/was never a rare.

    Thanks.

    M
     
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Somewhat rare, 2-3mil.
     
  3. Magister Returns

    Magister Returns Journeyman
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    In that case:

    Bucket of water for sale on Sonoma! =P

    Kidding...does anyone ever sell the pixel crack we collect?
     
  4. eolsunder1

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    buckets are still rare, they stopped daily spawning long ago, but still a bunch of them out there.

    You have empty buckets, and full buckets.
     
  5. Kaj

    Kaj Lore Keeper
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    It always was somewhat of a rare.

    Anyway as said you can fill them with water (but also empty them out). So the water filled one is the same as the empty one, and the value is logically also the same.