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Droppen items as a resource for Imbueing...

Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by OldAsTheHills, Aug 19, 2009.

  1. OldAsTheHills

    OldAsTheHills Lore Master
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    May 13, 2008
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    So, is Imbueing going to change the value of looted items dropped by monsters?

    Please discuss the economics that the Merchants on Siege Perilous expect
    when SA comes to town...

  2. Freelsy

    Freelsy Babbling Loonie
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    May 12, 2008
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    Heres the way I see SA when it comes out. Everyone is making to big of a hoot about it. From what I've read about the system it seems like the high end stuff that's out right now will still be very very nice to have. The posts on UOhall seem to suggest that imbueing is insanely tough when you get to the 4th and 5th property...and that's once you reach 120. ALOT of ingredients are going to go into these suits (I heard it took thousands of gems to apply the 5th property to be max...with lots of failures of course), that here on Siege may be lost 5 minutes after we make them. I wouldn't look for it to change much here on Siege, just the fact that a few more people might have some good weapons. Merchants that deal with commodity materials, such as ingots, wood, gems, white pearls and such will thrive during this period. All I say is, wait and see and start stocking up on high intensity items. And to answer you other question. I dont believe it will drop the value of looted Items. Because if you wear enough luck you can get those insane weapons from a Lady M or Travesty....just takes time. Those weapons will last a lifetime whereas the new imbued weapons are inevitably doomed.