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Goza help

Discussion in 'UO Homes and Castles' started by CaptainOfWL, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. CaptainOfWL

    CaptainOfWL Guest

    personally, i think goza's look plain ugly, but are still useful. im trying to make a fighting arena boxing match thing in my house but i need goza's.. im wondering if its worth the trouble of making tons of goza's or to increase the carpentry skill..
    so this is what im asking due to my laziness.
    -What does it take to make a goza
    -How long does it usually take for you to gain the materials for 1 goza.
    -Is it worth it?

    Thank you's will be delivered to those respecting my laziness :p
  2. feath

    feath Guest

    1 goza takes 25 cloth; 4 goza's to a bolt, which i usually buy in bulk from an NPC.
    black goza are great, you don't get that stupid band around the edge. i think pure white ones do the same, but those are too expensive for me lol
    i've got a gazzillion goza's of different colors, even though i hardly ever use more than 20 at any time.
    a life without goza's is a life without deco. unthinkable.
  3. CaptainOfWL

    CaptainOfWL Guest

    Thankies!! =)

    Im going for red goza's and maybe place something on top of them to make them pure red for the boxing arena thing.