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Odd item questions

Discussion in 'UHall' started by nynyve, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. nynyve

    nynyve Guest

    Is there a difference between a large forge and a big forge? I found some deeds today labeled "big forge," something I had never encountered before.

    Also is there something suddenly special about bamboo screens? Someone on Legends was selling an exceptional bamboo screen for 150k so I was wondering if they were suddenly uncraftable.

    I also found several potion kegs that are described as "full" but that weigh only 20 stones. Are these bugged or grandfathered?
  2. Voluptuous

    Voluptuous Seasoned Veteran
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    May 14, 2001
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    a Big Forge is an old deed, kinda like deeds that were labelled facing certain directions that can't be had now. Depending on shard and number of old deed collectors, it can range anywheres from 200k to 1mil.
  3. Fink

    Fink Guest

    From memory, those update their weight when you take a potion from them, or was it when you put one back? Either way, don't touch them if you want them as rares. If you do wish to use them, just be wary they may suddenly put you over weight if you have them on you.