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-->the Cubbing Formula For Armor And Shields <--, To make ur gosu def armors and shields


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#1 Prez

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Posted 09 December 2005 - 11:32 PM

1st of all this formulas only work with Shields or Armors ( They must be ETHERAL)

Armors:


The armor must be Etheral, no superior, 0 Sox, and white!

The formula is:

1 Tal Rune + 1 Thul Rune + 1 Perfect Topaz + Normal Body Armor

For more information read:


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1 Tal Rune + 1 Thul Rune + 1 Perfect Topaz + Normal Body Armor = Socketed Body Armor of same type
The number of sockets created will vary. The item must be normal and unsocketed. Low-quality items and superior items do not work. The item gets 1-4 sockets, randomly. However, the number of sockets is then restricted by the maximum number of sockets that base item with that ilvl can have. The chance to get X sockets in most armor is 1/4, (I.E: Mage plate has a max of 3 sockets, so it has a 2/4 [1/2] chance to get 3 socketss). The base of 6 was used in the ratios for all the above mentioned areas.



Shields:


The Shield must be Etheral, no superior, 0 sox and white!

The formula is:

1 Tal Rune + 1 Amn Rune + 1 Perfect Ruby + Normal Shield

For more information read:


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1 Tal Rune + 1 Amn Rune + 1 Perfect Ruby + Normal Shield = Socketed Shield of same type
The number of sockets created will vary. The item must be normal and unsocketed. Low-quality items and superior items do not work. The item gets 1-4 sockets, randomly. However, the number of sockets is then restricted by the maximum number of sockets that base item with that ilvl can have. For example, if you have an item that can only have 2 sockets, there's a 3/4 chance of getting 2 sockets and a 1/4 chance of getting 1 socket.


Note: For armor i mean any armor that worn on your chest and NOT any other type of armor such as boots, helms, gloves, etc.

I know that many of u already know this info , but there re som ppl who doesn t know it so this "mini guide" its directed to them.

#2 craig

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Posted 25 December 2006 - 03:53 AM

thanks for the info prez ill have to try this out .