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Grab Bag

Posted by Keith Cross on Mar 24, 2008  | Comments

Grab Bag -

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

Q. I have a question regarding the celerity tincture that can be imbued onto crafted armor.

Is it possible to recharge the item once you have used up all the original charges? When I delve my crafted item (circlet) it now reads 0 of 7 charges remaining. When I go to a Recharger and give him/her the item I get a pop-up saying that it will cost 0g to recharge, then a message saying that the Recharger cannot recharge the item. How can I recharge my item?

A. After pondering in deep thought for a moment, the Lady of the Jewels responds: If it is a crafted item, and therefore has a player-made charge applied to it, only an Alchemist can recharge it for you. It does not have to be the same Alchemist thankfully. The NPC Rechargers are only able to recharge items that did not have their charge imbued by a player Alchemist.

Q. I have never seen my Heretic's increasing damage spells ever crit. Is it possible for it to crit and if it isn't then why does the class get Wild Power?

A. The Balancinator went to the testing dungeon to verify: The Heretic increasing damage spells can achieve critical hits. The class starts out with a 0% chance of a critical hit. The only way to achieve critical hits is to buy the realm ability "Wild Power" and it will take you above the 0% chance to do critical damage.

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