Equipment What And Why

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill). This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill). This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.


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July 14, 2013, at 08:29 PM EST by Guinness
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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill). This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

"help identify", "help find", help "showskill"

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill). This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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The stats and resists that are important to you are dependent upon your race, class and style of play.

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The stats and resists that are important to you are dependent upon your race, class, and style of play.

July 14, 2013, at 08:24 PM EST by Guinness
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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill). This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

July 14, 2013, at 08:23 PM EST by Guinness
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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto and help find) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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On your character you have a number of locations with which to wear equipment, such as Light, Head, ... Weapon, ... Float). To see them all, use the wearable command. Also, check out help wear.

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On your character you have a number of locations with which to wear equipment, such as: Light, Head, ... Weapon, ... Float. To see them all, use the wearable command. Also, check out help wear.

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Equipment can enhance nearly every aspect of gameplay here on Aardwolf. For example: equipment is very helpful in maximizing the damage you do and in minimizing the damage you receive in battle. Equipment can affect your stats and resistances as well as damroll and hitroll.

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Equipment can enhance nearly every aspect of game-play here on Aardwolf. For example: equipment is very helpful in maximizing the damage you do and in minimizing the damage you receive in battle. Equipment can affect your stats and resistances as well as damroll and hitroll.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> there by paying a small fee. To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> (you will pay a small fee). To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

July 14, 2013, at 08:17 PM EST by Guinness
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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> there by paying a small fee. To see if you will have the skill, use showskill <skill /spell>. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check the item out.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify (check out help runto) in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> there by paying a small fee. To see if you will have a skill, use showskill <skill /spell> (check out help showskill. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Further to this, before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check them out prior to placing a bid.

July 14, 2013, at 08:00 PM EST by Guinness
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Other methods of finding out about equipment include lore, object read, the identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> there by paying a small fee. To see if you will have the skill, use showskill <skill /spell>. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check the item out.

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Other methods for finding out about equipment include lore, object read, and the identify (skill). There is even an Identifier shop in Aylor, called Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> there by paying a small fee. To see if you will have the skill, use showskill <skill /spell>. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check the item out.

July 14, 2013, at 07:59 PM EST by Guinness
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Other methods of finding out about equipment include lore, object read, the identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hester's Whoswhatzit. To see if you will have the skill, use showskill <skill /spell>. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check the item out.

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Other methods of finding out about equipment include lore, object read, the identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hester's Whoswhatzit. You can runto identify in order to reach Hester's, then identify <item> there by paying a small fee. To see if you will have the skill, use showskill <skill /spell>. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check the item out.

July 14, 2013, at 07:57 PM EST by Guinness
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When you come across equipment, you can identify it by typing "ID <equipment>". The equipment must be in your inventory for this to be effective. This command gives you the basic stats of a piece of equipment. Other methods of finding out about equipment are lore, object read, identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hesters Whoswhatzit. To see if you will have the skill, type "showskill <skill /spell>". This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level.

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When you come across equipment, you can identify it by using ID <equipment>. The equipment must be in your inventory for this to be effective. This command gives you the basic stats of a piece of equipment.

Other methods of finding out about equipment include lore, object read, the identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hester's Whoswhatzit. To see if you will have the skill, use showskill <skill /spell>. This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level. Before purchasing items from a shop, you can appraise them, and when bidding on items you can bid <item ###> to check the item out.

July 14, 2013, at 07:47 PM EST by Guinness
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In game, check out help <your_class> and raceinfo <your_race>. Or check out the links here to class and race.

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In game, check out help <your_class> and raceinfo <your_race>. Or check out the links here to class and race.

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"help <your_class>", "raceinfo <your_race>"

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In game, check out help <your_class> and raceinfo <your_race>. Or check out the links here to class and race.

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Take a look at "help stats", "help resists", 'help damroll" and "help hitroll" in game.

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What/Why

On your character you have a number of locations with which to wear equipment, such as Light, Head, ... Weapon, ... Float). To see them all, use the wearable command. Also, check out help wear.

Equipment can enhance nearly every aspect of gameplay here on Aardwolf. For example: equipment is very helpful in maximizing the damage you do and in minimizing the damage you receive in battle. Equipment can affect your stats and resistances as well as damroll and hitroll.

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1. What/Why: On your character you have a number of locations with which to wear equipment, such as Light, Head, ... Weapon, ... Float)

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Take a look at "help stats", "help resists", 'help damroll" and "help hitroll" in game.

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"help wear" in game

Equipment can enhance nearly every aspect of gameplay here on Aardwolf. For example: equipment is very helpful in maximizing the damage you do and in minimizing the damage you receive in battle. Equipment can affect your stats and resistances as well as damroll and hitroll.

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The stats and resists that are important to you are dependent upon your race, class and style of play.

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Take a look at "help stats", "help resists", 'help damroll" and "help hitroll" in game.

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"help <your_class>", "raceinfo <your_race>"

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The stats and resists that are important to you are dependent upon your race, class and style of play.

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When you come across equipment, you can identify it by typing "ID <equipment>". The equipment must be in your inventory for this to be effective. This command gives you the basic stats of a piece of equipment. Other methods of finding out about equipment are lore, object read, identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hesters Whoswhatzit. To see if you will have the skill, type "showskill <skill /spell>". This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level.

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"help <your_class>", "raceinfo <your_race>"

When you come across equipment, you can identify it by typing "ID <equipment>". The equipment must be in your inventory for this to be effective. This command gives you the basic stats of a piece of equipment. Other methods of finding out about equipment are lore, object read, identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hesters Whoswhatzit. To see if you will have the skill, type "showskill <skill /spell>". This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level.

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1. What/Why: On your character you have a number of locations with which to wear equipment, such as Light, Head, ... Weapon, ... Float)

"help wear" in game

Equipment can enhance nearly every aspect of gameplay here on Aardwolf. For example: equipment is very helpful in maximizing the damage you do and in minimizing the damage you receive in battle. Equipment can affect your stats and resistances as well as damroll and hitroll.

Take a look at "help stats", "help resists", 'help damroll" and "help hitroll" in game.

The stats and resists that are important to you are dependent upon your race, class and style of play.

"help <your_class>", "raceinfo <your_race>"

When you come across equipment, you can identify it by typing "ID <equipment>". The equipment must be in your inventory for this to be effective. This command gives you the basic stats of a piece of equipment. Other methods of finding out about equipment are lore, object read, identify (skill) and there is an Identifier shop in Aylor, Hesters Whoswhatzit. To see if you will have the skill, type "showskill <skill /spell>". This will tell you what classes gain the spell or skill and at what level.

"help identify", "help find", help "showskill"