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Lost Masonry when stoning Mining

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by mutau, Jun 4, 2008.

  1. mutau

    mutau Guest

    I stoned my mining skill recently. Prior to that, i learned Masonry. I just recently put BACK on mining, but now i don't know how to do masonry. Does this happen to anyone else? Did i miss something?
     
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    Masonry is a sub-skill of Carpentry, not Mining, first of all.

    Second, the reading of the books are specific to character. If you put the skills onto a different character than the ones you read the books with, you'll have to read the mining stone book with that character, and (if the carpenter was transferred over from another character) read the stonecrafting book with the character as well.

    Recipes work the same way - they are character-specific, and if you transfer the skill, you have to relearn them on the new character.
     
  3. mutau

    mutau Guest

    awesome. ty so much 4 the info!time to dust off the carp stone and put it back on. ty ty ty.