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[Treasure Hunting] Mining Range for T. Chests

Discussion in 'UO Fishing and Treasure Hunting' started by UO Relic, Sep 5, 2010.

  1. UO Relic

    UO Relic Seasoned Veteran
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    Didnt see in FAQ but seem to remember that the higher your mining the further away you could dig up a tmap, dont have room to squeeze 100 points of mining in so does anyone remember or have a link to what level of mining equates to distance away


    This is just an example and by no means accurate
    ie
    GM mining 5 steps away
    80 mining 4 steps away
    60 mining 3 steps away
    etc

    Thanks
     
  2. Mapper

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    From this page: Treasure Map Quests

    0 to 50.9 mining gives a 1 tile radius (in other words, you must dig the exact correct spot of the chest)
    51 to 80.9 mining gives a 2 tiles radius
    81 to 99.9 mining gives a 3 tiles radius
    100 mining gives a 4 tiles radius

    Note: These numbers refer to enhanced skill, not "real"

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    I have added this to the FAQ Sticky.