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Larger Tower need help

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Calell

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you have to dye them before you place them. If they've been placed and then you try to redeed and dye it, it doesn't work :(
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well mainly u have to dye the cloth of wich u make them, but when i make it it turns out normal *I am a special case...*

people already tried to help me with this but still i cant dye goza' s :(

but thanks everyone ;)!!!
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Calell

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when you craft the gozas, make sure you don't have your crafting tool set to remove color...You can do that in smithing, I'm pretty sure you can in tailoring and carp too, so that could be the problem?

Upon testing, it looks like once it's crafted now you can't dye it at all...seems to be a bug with the dying system :( When crafting, make sure the cloth is dyed the color you want the goza to turn out. In your craft menu, make sure there is no * (asterisk) beside your hides type. If there is, click it to change, and then check the arrow box that says "Use Material Color". This should correct the coloration problem. If not, sorry :(
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ok, ill try that :)
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1.) Creating colored goza mats - you must dye the cloth the desired color BEFORE creating the goza mat. You can also use BoD reward cloth. The resulting goza will have a border that is darker than the chosen shade of the dyed cloth. The only way to get "seamless" gozas is to dye the cloth black with the vet reward dye tub.

2.) Creating special colored furniture add-ons using the Pigments of Tokuno - To qualify for dyeing with the pigments, an object must be an artifact or an item crafted from a special material - i.e. one used to enhance. So, to dye your add on, you must craft it with a special material, which in this case will be colored wood. I use oak since it is the most plentiful, and the color doesn't matter since it is being replaced with the dye color. After creating your add-on, you must dye the DEED. This must be done BEFORE you place the item. If you place the item, re-deed and attempt to dye it, it will not work.

Also, a note about using the "do not color" option - if you want to create an acid proof rope in "natural" color, do not color is the option you want. Oddly enough, if you choose "normal" wood and "color" you end up with a black rope. This drove me nuts! =)

Also, I found a screenie of the tower bedroom before it got messed up.

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Here is part of a tower I decorated for someone who wanted a "party" theme house with a thieves' club on one floor. I had a lot of fun with the roof but will admit is was more lockdown intensive than most things I create for people with all the pieces of cloth, plants, & granite. I constructed the hot tub so you can go down in it, but not run through it. There is a hidden blue goza step just below the cloth.

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Outstanding work!





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