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Discussion in 'UHall' started by peanutbutter, Oct 31, 2008.

  1. peanutbutter

    peanutbutter Guest

    i was told that this is the crafter-specific ability to rip a mod off of one weapon or piece of armor and put it on another.

    that doesn't sound right.

    where can i get full info on this?
  2. D'Amavir

    D'Amavir Guest

    The big thread stickied up top of this board.
  3. Sarphus

    Sarphus Guest

    That's a common misconception. Basically, you unravel items to get one of 3 types of resource. You then use that resource along with gems to imbue a mod onto an item.

    The quality of ingredients required to add a mod to an item is based on the intensity of the mod.

    The system is pretty complicated, but it makes all that garbage loot that you normally would leave on a corpse actually have value.