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[General] Is it always preferred to do LBOD for tailor?

Discussion in 'UO Craftsman' started by vorius, Jan 20, 2012.

  1. vorius

    vorius Guest

    I just wanted to confirm an observation I am making, that it appears with blacksmithing there are cases where you are better off doing the small BOD and submitting it separately, but it seems with tailor bods you pretty much always want to save the small bods for large ones, right?

    What are those special folded cloths used for anyway? what can you sell them for?
  2. Barok

    Barok Grand Inquisitor
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    Aug 27, 2004
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    The reward cloth is just a special color cloth. You can use the cloth as is to make something nice to wear, or just use it to fill more bods. Or dye it all with a dye tub still on default color so it all stacks together.

    And if you don't want the reward from the large bod, just churn through the small ones and get new ones. You can only get so many stretched hide deeds before you puke. Large bods for clothing bless deeds and runic kits are the only ones I fill, I churn through the rest of the small ones.