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Protecting cursed artefacts

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by The Doctor, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. The Doctor

    The Doctor Guest

    I know it's not possible to insure a cursed artefact, but can one use a personal bless deed on it, and make it blessed?
  2. Beer_Cayse

    Beer_Cayse Guest

    No. From the FAQ up at forum top:
  3. Kellgory

    Kellgory Certifiable
    Stratics Veteran

    May 14, 2008
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    I probably wouldn't wear any to an EM event because you never know when they will throw in something that blows your body up. I remember back when they first turned on the Blackrock Elementals in tram t2a and the spawn area in the SE area had a bug where people were falling under the ground and then getting killed and not able to get their items back. There were several people that I know that lost cursed arties that way.
  4. The Doctor

    The Doctor Guest

    Thank you for the replies. :)
  5. Stupid Miner

    Stupid Miner Guest

    Monsters loot, Gems, Heavy items and Gold First. So carry that stuff, and items that are heavier than said arti, and it wont typically get looted in PvM.
    And typically only Repond monsters loot. (and maybe some undead too, forget.)