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Dear Devs, how about some Stats soulstones & ability to see/redeed recipes ?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by popps, Jan 30, 2014.

  1. popps

    popps Always Present
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    Feb 27, 2004
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    Something that I find annoying, especially when transferring characters to some other shard, is my inhability to stone their stats before transferring them so that I can move them on to some other character and not see them gone to some other shard which, perhaps, I do not play as much.

    Then, how about some soulstones for stats ? They could be released with the 2014 Vet Rewards...

    Another thing which I also find most annoying, is my inability to readily see what recipes any given character may have learned over time.

    Yes, I know, I can go look at the single skill menu and blah blah but that can be very time consuming. I would much prefer if I could be able to access a Menu which would list all the recipes that this character may have learned over time.

    Moreover, I would also like to be able to redeed the learned recipes so as, in case, to be able to transfer them over to another character should I want, for some reasons, to transfer the character who has learned recipes to some other shard or even delete him/her.

    The problem may not be critical for commonly found recipes, but some recipes are quite rare and hard to come by and for these, the ability to redeed them would come quite handy.

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  2. Captn Norrington

    Captn Norrington Stratics Forum Moderator
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    Nov 4, 2012
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    Agreed, stat soulstones would be very helpful, an issue they may have in making them though, is when you put a skill on a soulstone you then have 0 of the skill on your character....but for stats you can never go below 10.
  3. popps

    popps Always Present
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    Well, I guess it could be perhaps that, when stoning any stat, the stat that the character has to be stoned would automatically subtract 10 and stone the figure minus 10 ...

    Of course, when putting the stat back on to a character, this subtraction would not work again and whatever figure is on the stone would all go added to whatever the character has, within the limits of that stat's cap, that is.

    It might not be as linear as with stoning skills' values but perhaps a viable way can be found to make it possible also for stats ?
  4. DJAd

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  5. 4gregu

    4gregu Slightly Crazed
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    Feb 25, 2004
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    I just wish when they implemented the system, they would have gone with a "recipe book" (like a spell book) instead of them being stored on the character.
  6. Tina Small

    Tina Small Stratics Legend
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    I have a spreadsheet where I keep track of the skills for all of my playable characters. One of the sheets has a list down one side of all the recipes and then across the spreadsheet are each of the various crafter characters, in order by shard. I've marked "yes" for every recipe learned for any particular character. It took a small amount of time to set up the page, but now it takes half a minute, at most to update it when one of my crafter characters learns a new recipe. Saves me a lot of time if I happen to stumble across a vendor selling recipes and want to buy some or if I get a recipe in a treasure chest and don't want to switch characters to see whether to put it aside for one of my characters or throw it in a chest for guildmates to take from if they can use a recipe.

    I think these are most, if not all, of the recipes that are available:

    1. Darkglow
    2. Hovering Wisp
    3. Invisibility
    4. Parasitic
    1. Adventurer's Machete
    2. Bone Machete
    3. Butcher's War Cleaver
    4. Charged Assassin Spike
    5. Cold Forged Blade
    6. Corrupted Rune Blade
    7. Darkglow Scimitar
    8. Diseased Machete
    9. Emerald Mace
    10. Fiery Spellblade
    11. Guardian Axe
    12. Heavy Ornate Axe
    13. Icy Scimitar
    14. Icy Spellblade
    15. Knight's War Cleaver
    16. Leafblade of Ease
    17. Luckblade
    18. Luminous Rune Blade
    19. Machete of Defense
    20. Magekiller Assassin Spike
    21. Magekiller Leafblade
    22. Mage's Rune Blade
    23. Orcish Machete
    24. Overseer Sundered Blade
    25. Ruby Mace
    26. Rune Blade of Knowledge
    27. Rune Carving Knife
    28. Runesabre
    29. Sapphire Mace
    30. Serrated War Cleaver
    31. Shard Thrasher
    32. Silver-Etched Mace
    33. Singing Axe
    34. Spellblade of Defense
    35. Thundering Axe
    36. True Assassin Spike
    37. True Leafblade
    38. True Radiant Scimitar
    39. True Spellblade
    40. True War Cleaver
    41. Twinkling Scimitar
    42. Wounding Assassin Spike
    1. Assassin's Shortbow
    2. Barbed Longbow
    3. Blight Gripped Longbow
    4. Faerie Fire
    5. Frozen Longbow
    6. Lightweight Shortbow
    7. Longbow of Might
    8. Mischief Maker
    9. Mystical Shortbow
    10. Ranger's Shortbow
    11. Silvani's Feywood Bow
    12. Slayer Longbow
    13. The Night Reaper
    1. Acid Proof Rope
    2. Ancient Wild Staff
    3. Arcane Bookshelf (east)
    4. Arcane Bookshelf (south)
    5. Arcanist's Wild Staff
    6. Bramble Coat
    7. Elven Armoire (fancy)
    8. Elven Dresser (east)
    9. Elven Dresser (south)
    10. Hardened Wild Staff
    11. Ironwood Crown
    12. Ornate Elven Chair
    13. Ornate Elven Chest (east)
    14. Ornate Elven Chest (south)
    15. Phantom Staff
    16. Squirrel Statue (east)
    17. Squirrel Statue (south)
    18. Stone Anvil (east)
    19. Stone Anvil (south)
    20. Tall Elven Bed (east)
    21. Tall Elven Bed (south)
    22. Thorned Wild Staff
    23. Warrior Statue (east)
    24. Warrior Statue (south)
    1. Blackrock Stew
    2. Bowl of Rotworm Stew
    3. Gingerbread Cookie
    4. Three-Tiered Cake
    1. Scrapper's Compendium
    1. Elven Quiver
    2. Quiver of Blight
    3. Quiver of Fire
    4. Quiver of Ice
    5. Quiver of Lightning
    6. Song Woven Mantle
    7. Spell Woven Britches
    8. Stitcher's Mittens
    1. Essence of Battle
    2. Pendant of The Magi
    3. Resilient Bracer
    #6 Tina Small, Jan 30, 2014
    Last edited: Jan 30, 2014
  7. Fogsbane

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    Not a bad idea Popps

    Tina - Thanks for posting your list. I also use a spreadsheet in a similar manner.
    My spreadsheet is more of a cheat-sheet as to where I can obtain the recipes for myself.

    I noticed that I need to add Three-tiered cake (boy that one was a bear to get, phew!) to my list.
    My list (admittedly outdated) also has "Cozy Elven Chair"?, and I sort list the 2 Stone Anvils under Masonry.
  8. Tina Small

    Tina Small Stratics Legend
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    I just double-checked and it doesn't seem like you need a recipe for the Cozy Elven Chair. I think I listed the stone anvils under carpentry on my spreadsheet just because masonry is like a subset/specialty of carpentry. But if you want to be more precise about it, yes, you would need to have the masonry tools and to have read the book for making stone furniture!
    #8 Tina Small, Jan 30, 2014
    Last edited: Jan 30, 2014