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2-09-2009 @ 10:00PM
Let us add pockets to our backpack, pockets with a few slots for specific items (mining, cooking, poisons, fishing, shards, totems)
2-09-2009 @ 11:04PM
Although the adding of pockets is new, the idea of having a backpack separated into different sections for different things seems...familiar...I think the first time I ever saw something like that...was in Pokémon...way too long ago...
2-09-2009 @ 11:19PM
Try downloading "Combuctor." It allows you to search your bags, along with click buttons to filter by "Quest Items", "Weapons", and further filter each category by item type. "Green", "Blue", etc.
2-09-2009 @ 11:46PM
If tailors could sew pockets onto our backpack and just have it increase the amount of slots it has; id be happy
2-10-2009 @ 8:00AM
On the "accidentally deleting" issue, maybe they could make the backpack like a hearthstone. If you trash your hearthstone "by accident" you can pick up another from any innkeeper. Only one to a customer though (i.e. Unique). Make the backpack slot unbound so you can put anything in there, but in the event somebody trashes theirs, they can pick up a new one at any innkeeper for free (and of course, it would have no vendor value).
2-10-2009 @ 10:42AM
@dawnseven : a more foolproof method would be :unallow the removal of the default backpack, except when you attempt to replace it with another bag.
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