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Received from The Syndicate. Craftsman Day, Community, The Syndicate & More.. --------------------------- <a href="http://www.llts.org">The Syndicate</a> is one of the oldest gaming communities in all of online gaming. It has been involved with Ultima Online since the pre-alpha stage of the game back in the beginning of 1996. We have seen UO's growth ebb and flow over time and experienced all of the 'doom and gloom' bugs that some said would end the game, but never did, and the wonderful advances and improvements. As Stygian Abyss looms closer and closer, another evolution
Mega Craftsman Day! --------------------- Each Sunday at 4pm EST, <a href="http://www.llts.org">The Syndicate</a> holds a free, open to the public Craftsman Day event. We offer free repairs, enhances and item creates and we gate people to and from our castle to get that help. Once every quarter we put on a Mega Craftsman Day where we expand the services offered. We try to offer things like Lockpicking, Taming, Inscription and things we might not always have someone present to assist you with. The services remain totally free. We will handle all requests (within reason, of co
Guest posted a topic in UO General DiscussionsReceived from the Syndicate. Many many years ago, in the early days of UO, The Syndicate started an event called Craftsman Day. The idea was to provide free services to players who might not have their own top tier craftsman char or who were in the middle of hunting and needed a quick repair. Since then, the event has been replicated on many servers by many groups and crafting itself has changed. There are new items to create... there are enchantments.. and much more. Craftsman Day for The Syndicate continues on much as it has for many years. Free item repairs. Free enh
Muse Kent Shelta had lived his life in the shadow of Lord British’s palace. Oldest son in a family of crafters, his mother a tailor to minor nobility, his father had forged steel blades for knights of both order and chaos. There had never been a question of what Kent would do with his life, only a matter of which of the artisans’ paths he would follow. By the time he was twenty, he had shown surprising talent in all of the arts, his strong hands shaping wood and metal alike, his eye sure and keen in its appraisal of fabric and fletching, and by the time he turned twenty-five, Kent had sur