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Author:  Mim [ 16 Apr 2015 09:39 ]
Post subject:  Storing imbued items.

Hello!

After returning to Genesis I have found I have problems with my imbued items.
Where to store them over night?

It is not really an option to store them in a guild shelf and hope they will be there the next morning.
Is it not possible to change the 'saving' system and let a player keep imbued items?
Like making them always glow, except perhaps over armageddon, or something.

Maybe I am overseeing something important so pls inform me why this can not be done or why this is a bad idea.

Author:  Chanele [ 16 Apr 2015 10:07 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

Why would imbued items work differently than other equipment? Or are you talking in general?

It is the game design that most things do not stay on the character, a good thing in my opinion.

Author:  Alorrana [ 16 Apr 2015 10:27 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

if you cant use your guild, then the next best is a private stash. risky tho.

Author:  Mim [ 16 Apr 2015 10:42 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

Chanele wrote:
Why would imbued items work differently than other equipment?


Because getting a glittering stone takes forever to get.
And the value of a good glittering stone is tremendous I would guess.

I know, one can transmogrify the stone(s) every time one log out, but that is both tedious and very very expensive thing to do if one logs on a few times a day or even week, so that option is not very good.

Chanele wrote:
It is the game design that most things do not stay on the character, a good thing in my opinion.


It is, or maybe was, a good design.
But it was designed long before imbued items made their way into the game.
The question I wanted to raise is if the design is good today.
My own suggestion was just out of the blue. I am sure more clever people than me has thought about this.
Still it does not feel ok to have items that takes a year to gather and no safe or playable way to store them.

Author:  OgreToyBoy [ 16 Apr 2015 11:33 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

So if I get a good item I toss on a ordinary imbue and it stays with me with for the entire Armageddon?
Sounds like an excellent idea..... :p

Author:  Laurel [ 16 Apr 2015 11:46 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

The only options except stashes: private guild rooms (i.e. Calian/Ranger council drop room, DA HO racks, KoS conclave rooms, etc.) or logged racks (i.e. Rangers, Necros, Calians, KoS).

Author:  Alorrana [ 16 Apr 2015 11:53 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

Glads have logged racks too.. ;)

not many know this. But at the gladiator racks you can type "special" i believe it is. and see who loots/donates.

If your a glad.

donno with mercs. ?

Author:  Mim [ 16 Apr 2015 12:02 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

But logged racks or using private rooms like council rooms is not that good an idea for storing items that might take a year(?) to get.
Id rather die than having a good stone beeing taken by someone else. Yes, dying might even mean you lose the stones anyway, but losing stones is by far more painful than losing the combat experience.

Imagine having your best stone(s) beeing stolen. Yuk!
There should be a better solution for those extremely valuable stones IMHO.

Author:  Chanele [ 16 Apr 2015 12:58 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

I doubt this will be changed but..

Only solution I can see to this is a way to remove the self imbued stones at the same quality for a limited period of time. Or making the self imbued items only work on yourself making it useless for other to steal or sell.

I suspect you'll have to live with the risk of loosing it though.

Author:  Bromen [ 23 Apr 2015 03:52 ]
Post subject:  Re: Storing imbued items.

The Blue Dragonarmy has a solution to this. Join and enjoy your imbuements. ;)

-B

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