How about making items that are non-vendorable (duped) being made non-usable as well? I propose a dupe turn in day, okay maybe 31 days, so that all PAID accounts can participate, even those on vacation and with cash flow problems in real life, where we turn in our dupes for non dupe versions BEFORE duped items are then made unusable (as well as un-vendorable). WITH PLENTY OF WARNING AHEAD OF TIME, dupes will no longer function, so if non-vendorable, ALL WILL KNOW ITS ALSO UNUSABLE before they buy. Please do state that purchases made from any site other than Origin.com may be UNUSABLE ingame, so BUYER BEWARE, so that there can be no complaints unless you made the purchase from Origin.com. Any non-vendorable complaints after turn in day, due to shard transfer issues (some claim this made their items non-vendorable) or other possible in game issues, those issues can then be handled as bugs. Trial accounts can NOT do turn ins (exchange duped items for non-dupes during turn in month) and any accounts turning in more than 5 (3?) duped items are flagged as potential evildoers (dupers, dupe dealers, etc.). I am an idocer of several years and know I have at least one non-vendorable (duped) ornament of the magician, think that's the only item I have tested and know for sure, but there may be plenty of other duped junk in the things I've picked up over the years. Even so, I really don't like hearing people selling non-vendorable (duped) items in general chat, even if they weren't the actual person who did the duping. It is depressing. I feel it's time to go the extra mile and try to better protect UO's assets, especially those items such as tokens that are sold for cash by Origin.com. Implement dupe turn in day, open to only paid accounts, flag any accounts with over 5 dupe turn ins (3?) and let's start over fresh and beat the bad guys without hurting the innocent. Then we can go after the scripters, even the attended ones, mu wah haha. I can give you some character names to get you started when you are ready for this stage of clean up UO. (Oh wait, I already have!) Sidenote: A scripter recently told me in general chat on Atlantic that he spends $300 a month on UO, as compared to what I spent last month, $39 before tax, so in the small picture UO needs him more than me, in the big picture, how many hundreds/thousands/millions of subs are lost because people won't waste their money trying to play a game they have no chance at excelling at/winning without cheating... Scripters need to go.