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[Discussion] Royal Investigator Cloak... dyeable?

Discussion in 'UO Rares Collector' started by Beleth of Atlantic, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. I am wondering if this item is dyeable?

    Dyetub?

    Natural Dyes?

    Pigments of Tokuno?

    If anyone who owns an original or a replica can post I'd appreciate it. Thanks.
     
  2. Nastia Cross

    Nastia Cross Guest

    Replica is dyeable, I used a black dye tub on one recently.
     
  3. ohmyGED

    ohmyGED Visitor

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    You can't dye the original.
     
  4. Tetricyde

    Tetricyde Journeyman
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    I own the original, It is no dyable and I'm glad it isnt personally... I like rare clothing that cannot be dyed.. Makes it original...

    Oak Leaf Replicas are exact example of why I dont like items being dyable... So many HIDEOUS HIDEOUS colors and you cannot tell by looking wether something is Oak leaf, or Ari, or what as far as replicas go...

    Just my opinion :thumbup:


    Tetricyde Of Pacific
     
  5. Kurisu

    Kurisu Guest

    I wish i could dye mine ;o

    Threw it back down in the house and im sportin the replica!

    But kinda good you can't dye the "real" ones (hah) in a way.