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The "Cebo Shroud"

Discussion in 'UO Crime' started by Shinobi, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. Shinobi

    Shinobi Guest

    A few of us know about it, some have never heard of it. All of the "I Stole This" items were part of a thief event on Great Lakes a while back. Whoever stole the most items, and turned them in, got a shroud named after their thief. The shroud has +10 Stealing/+10 Stealth on it. Unfortunately for us, the event was won by Manticore, possibly UO's largest rares collector. I say "unfortunately", because that means the shroud will be locked down in a museum for the majority of its existence. Manticore does play his faction thief, Cebo, and occasionally wears the shroud. However, at the time, it is on display in his museum. Here are two pics of it, so we can all see what it looks like (considering that his museum is Private most of the time):


  2. Mairut

    Mairut Guest

    Thats nice.


    Why are you trying to embarrass all the thieves on GL for? :gee::lol: (jk)
  3. Czernobog

    Czernobog Guest

    Great Museum! I've never seen that shroud before, is it for sale?
  4. Nonel

    Nonel Sage
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    Jul 29, 2008
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    Its no embarrassment. It was a crate thief event. Items were hidden in bookcases throughout Britannia, and the thief with the most stones in crate theft items won. I, personally, chose not to participate.