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Imbuing Ranger Armor...

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Lefty, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. Lefty

    Lefty Lore Keeper
    Stratics Veteran

    May 17, 2008
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    Ok so I am going through my pig sty of a house looking for junk to unravel and I come upon a set of Ranger armor I had pieced together ages ago. I am not much into collecting rares or into decoing and usually everything over the years gets thrown in a box. I am the kind of person that like items which serve a practical use.

    So I thought I would come here and pick a few brains. How would you imbue a ranger set?
  2. Fink

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    It's a very pretty shade of green.

    I would be sure as much of it as possible is showing when I wore it (no robes, overshirts, thighboots, etc). There used to be a tub in Ilshenar with that hue on it, some people hoarded cloth and dyed it ranger green. You might see if some old-school tailor will part with some of this cloth and make matching clothing like a feathered hat or the like (don't forget you can imbue those too). Or you can go the complimentary colours route and do up a hat/sash/cloak combo in some other hue.

    Also, it's relatively rare so I would think about applications that don't get it beaten on too badly. Perhaps traditional "ranger" applications like archer or tamer would be appropriate. I'm not sure if it's worth making it mage armour for the loss of one property, depends on your mana requirements.