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Grab Bag

Posted by Keith Cross on Jul 09, 2007  | Comments

Grab Bag -

The Grab Bag returns this week to once again answer a myriad of miscellaneous questions about Dark Age of Camelot.

Q) If quality doesn't matter on spellcrafting gems. Can you just remove it all together or allow them to be stackable?

A) There is much debate on this issue. On the one hand making the items stackable would be convenient to some but would hamper others, because of the need to unstack them to use them.

Q) Do masterpiece player crafted items offer any sort of bonus over a 99% quality item anymore?

A) Indeed. As noted in another recent Grab Bag, quality affects the number of charges an item can hold if an Alchemist adds a charge tincture to it. Quality also has an impact on the effective DPS or AF of an item, as the base is multiplied by the quality, along with condition, to reach the final value used in combat. The only aspect of quality that has recently changed is its effect on spellcrafting. All other effects remain the same.

Q) I remember hearing once about a quest that you could only get once you have 10 bubbles of post level 50 experience. I've done tons of research, asked different people and I just can't seem to find anything on it. Am I going crazy or does this quest really exist, hidden some place beyond me?

A) There is no such quest. The closest thing would be specific quests that require higher champion levels to obtain and complete, however there isn't one that requires a full bar of normal experience at 50. Fifty is the highest level, and any normal experience beyond that has no added benefits - thought it's always been a valuable source of bragging rights.

Read the Grab Bag here.

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