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8-03-2008 @ 2:43PM
Do like the look of this. Very simple way of giving alchemists something for having the talent. Not to moan (too much) but gief something for blacksmiths too! I know it's off topic but a suggestion: Weapon tempering. Adds 5 damage to weapon. (not dps! damage). Weapon balancing. Allows blacksmith to add/remove .1 from the swing speed. (might need damage to change automatically as a result or would likely make some weapons overpowered).I know thats tricky as it gives a mass of extra meta-data for the database to keep track of. There's enough wee things like it in already though.But yeah, back on topic, big thumbs up for this.
8-03-2008 @ 4:04PM
I'd just like to see Blacksmiths being able to REPAIR their own items, instead of having to use an NPC one.
8-03-2008 @ 8:12PM
Hear hear! I've been wishing for smiths to be able to repair armor/weapons for a long, long time time. Seems like a natural expansion of the skill.
8-04-2008 @ 9:17AM
I don't see them ever allowing blacksmiths being able to repair their items for free. I feel like they use repair costs as a money sink. Something that would be interesting is if they just made a passive ability for blacksmiths that made all your durability hits only be half of normal. So if you died you would only take a 5% hit as opposed to 10%. Call it something like Maintenance or something
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