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Imbue Fodder

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Is anyone collecting imbue fodder to have a large supply when SA hits in ? (crap with high intensities to ´´disenchant`` and gain skill``),and maybe other stuff that would be useless on most characters but could become good when unraveled? I am myself,but even the decent fodder piles up so fast...

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I don't even understand how the imbue system will work completely so I don't know what to collect.

I'm a sucker for self repair/lrc gear though.

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I have collected a few peices here and there but I dont have a stock pile yet
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I have so much stuff as it is that I only collect high end peices now. The embuing skill will absolutely clean out my house. The only thing left to keep multiple items of would be slayers and even those, if they can be, will be used within that group.

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I hope Imbuing is a bit more than macro away unraveling things and half the shard GM's it a week.

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I am collecting all the red and black armor the generals drop, and also all the high intensity weapons they drop.

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Our ships are stuffed and we're adding to the fleet. :D

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Is anyone collecting imbue fodder to have a large supply when SA hits in ? (crap with high intensities to ´´disenchant`` and gain skill``),and maybe other stuff that would be useless on most characters but could become good when unraveled? I am myself,but even the decent fodder piles up so fast...



at first i was...now, only jewelry.

imbuing will not be better for smiths, imo. smiths can make 6-mod weps, imbue only 5. for tailors, you lose the arms lore bonus if you imbue, depending on how much you want to risk if you imbue a plain leather from scratch.

imbue will be radical for jewelry and archery, but especially jewelry, and I've saved lots of rings with FCR 3 and the like for future let downs.

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I am collecting all the red and black armor the generals drop, and also all the high intensity weapons they drop.



id be careful there because you cant enhance those items i dont think and if you cant enhance them that means they are already made with special materials which means they can't be imbued.

but i could be wrong, who knows.

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Nope, haven't bothered. It's not 100% clear yet how the imbuing system will end up working, and loot... well let's just say there's not exactly a shortage of that in UO. In addition to all the crap I already have in my house, any quick half hour romp in a dungeon or champ spawn or whatever will yield plenty of junk to unravel.

Also if history repeats itself again, the Abyss will dish out way better loot than any other location for the first 6 months to a year.

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I just read that you wont be able to imbue self repair on anything and if self repair is present on an item to be imbued it will be removed.

Looks like I won't be bothering with this system at all :P

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I have an entire keep's worth of post-AOS loot. Naturally, I cleaned out a significant percentage of it a couple months ago (darn my perpetual bad timing) but I will still have oodles of items to unravel.

The best part is: You can unravel even the junkiest loot. You might not get anything from it, but what were you going to do with it anyway? Smelt it for iron? More likely, it was going to decay on the corpse...

Just think: now there won't be any reason to leave any Peerless boss loot on the corpse! Good embuing fodder!

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I keep the things the generals drop

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I just read that you wont be able to imbue self repair on anything and if self repair is present on an item to be imbued it will be removed.

Looks like I won't be bothering with this system at all :P


I don't get it...Sarcasm, maybe? Why would you worry about self-repair?

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It seems to me this is a good thing - more decay means weapons will be in need of replacing, never mind repairing. Good for the economy, I think.

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I don't get it...Sarcasm, maybe? Why would you worry about self-repair?

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Because I like self repair. I never have to replace or repair any of my armor. It never wears out so I never have to look for new pieces or buy powder of fortification.

I don't min/max my suits :P





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