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All posts created by OrinSonders

OrinSonders
It seems the Choose Your Own Escalation! option was popular among the player base. I'd like to see it continue in some limited form. If a Settlement could accomplish a set of reasonable conditions or quests, they could earn the right to call in an escalation to their assigned hex like what was done during the Home Sweet Home Event. To avoid using code, requirements would have to be something Bob could monitor, or items gathered or created that could be turned in, etc.

I would think with limited coding, a charm/totem item could be added to the crafting recipes list for Seneschal that used Bulk Resources, Tokens, Refined Mats, Codex, etc. of an acceptable quantity. A different charm/totem to summon Tier 1,2,3. Maybe even different recipes for each of the different escalations. In effect, create "lures" a Settlement could set out for each of the different types. Molochs like to burn things. Goblins like FOOD!

The above figures on Bob doing the work manually each time. Hopefully with minimal coding, the lure could be made durable to some extent and add a certain percentage increase to the chance a certain type of escalation drops into the hex each time it is cleared.
OrinSonders
I believe in this case it is a Gathering of Legends Souvenir.
OrinSonders
I just finished going through Ripping Chains and thought I'd post my thoughts. I've put most of my "adventuring" time the past few months into cleaning up the leftover hexes from last year's Holiday Event. I did not get in on much of the first round of this year's event, so Ripping Chains was a real treat! Having multiple flags from multiple mini-adventures running in the hex concurrently was a hoot. No running around hoping to pop a flag. Something I've learned to dread; especially in hexes with less than friendly terrain. The variety and storyline behind the events was a nice break from freeing/warning slaves as well. So on to the Ogres. Later.smile
OrinSonders
I agree it would be nice to have it on the character sheet, but you can figure it out by stripping everything off your character and loading up your inventory with 1.0 unit weight items until your bottom bar is filled. What you can carry also depends upon the armor you wear and feats slotted, so figure it again in your favorite gathering armor.
OrinSonders
I was able to get the armor bought by leaving a Bid for the item the Seller was able to deliver upon.smile After the sale, my bid for the armor was still listed in the AH, so +1 to the idea that the AH is not updating properly.
OrinSonders
Similar if not same problem in Hammerfall AH. Tried to buy a commissioned piece of armor and got the "item no longer in AH" error when I used the "Buy" button. The AH sale stats did not list the item as having been sold Today, Yesterday, or Last Week. Item ended up back in the seller's inventory. Seller was able to relist the item and item disappeared again with no error message when I used the "Bid" button. AH stats still report no sales of item. May be we will have to try to find an agreed time to do an old-fashioned Trade to make it work for us. I have been able to buy and sell readily in the same auction house during the same session. I think the bug has to do with 'single item' sales, i.e. armor vs. Coal, etc. listed in multiples.