Enchanting

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December 08, 2020, at 08:43 PM EST by Galoth
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  • Note: There is a ZMud script for moon prediction, called 'moonscript', which is available at the Crimson Horde's website
  • TinyFugue version available from Ghaan's website.
  • MUSHclient version available here.
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June 01, 2020, at 01:10 PM EST by Tial
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Sharpen, enchant weapon : This skill and spell will raise the hitroll AND damroll on 'Weapon' type items, and might randomly add a stat (can be any stat, unlike for enchant armor & Reinforce).

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Sharpen, enchant weapon : This skill and spell will raise the hitroll AND damroll on 'Weapon' type (limited for Sharpen) items, and might randomly add a stat (can be any stat, unlike for enchant armor & Reinforce).

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   - Normal cast message : An Aylorian Dirk glows blue. (Hum flag is added after several casts)
   - Lucky cast message : An Aylorian Dirk glows a brilliant blue! (Glow flag is added)
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   - Normal cast message (Hum flag is added after several casts): An Aylorian Dirk glows blue.
   - Lucky cast message (Glow flag is added): An Aylorian Dirk glows a brilliant blue!
June 01, 2020, at 12:51 PM EST by Tial
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   - Normal cast message : An Aylorian Dirk glows blue.
   - Lucky cast message : An Aylorian Dirk glows a brilliant blue!
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   - Normal cast message : An Aylorian Dirk glows blue. (Hum flag is added after several casts)
   - Lucky cast message : An Aylorian Dirk glows a brilliant blue! (Glow flag is added)
April 22, 2020, at 01:48 PM EST by Tial
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At the moment, there is one spell available to the Enchanter subclass. More are coming in the future !

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At the moment, there is one spell available to the Enchanter subclass. More are coming in the future !

January 08, 2011, at 05:43 AM EST by Redryn
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There are a number of terms that may seem confusing, such as 'max', 'overmax', 'absolute/true max'. This arises from the different likelihood of the extra lucky stats, (2 stats from resonate, 4 luck from illuminate). The added difficulty of getting them has resulted in most enchanters only offering to make 'max' sets where res/ill add 3luck or 4wis, rather than the bonus stats.
Pieces with these extra stats needed to be differentiated in some way, and this gave rise to the historical origins of 'overmax'. Some players however, do not agree with this definition of overmax, as there also exist pieces which were tpupgraded during a short transition window, and could have even more stats than the current max/overmax possible. This resulted in some discrepancies in terms used, as some refuse to use 'max' with 3luck/4wis, or consider those with bonus stats to be 'true max' and so on. \\

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There are a number of terms that may seem confusing, such as 'max', 'overmax', 'absolute/true max'. This arises from the different likelihood of the extra lucky stats, (2 stats from resonate, 4 luck from illuminate). The added difficulty of getting them has resulted in most enchanters only offering to make 'max' sets where res/ill add 3luck or 4wis, rather than the bonus stats.

Pieces with these extra stats needed to be differentiated in some way, and this gave rise to the historical origins of 'overmax'. Some players however, do not agree with this definition of overmax, as there also exist pieces which were TPupgraded during the short transition window, and have more stats than the current max/overmax possible. This resulted in some discrepancies in terms used, as some refuse to use 'max' with 3luck/4wis, or consider those with bonus stats to be 'true max' and so on. \\

January 08, 2011, at 05:41 AM EST by Redryn
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Definitions : On a historical point of view, the 'extremely lucky stats' added by resonate and illuminate are referred as 'overmax' stats. Some people tend to dislike this naming, for the concept of 'overmax' sounds impossible to them, and will either refer to those as 'max', or 'lucky-stats enchants'. Some old-school players will continue referring to those as overmax, considering how rare those enchants are !

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Definitions : There are a number of terms that may seem confusing, such as 'max', 'overmax', 'absolute/true max'. This arises from the different likelihood of the extra lucky stats, (2 stats from resonate, 4 luck from illuminate). The added difficulty of getting them has resulted in most enchanters only offering to make 'max' sets where res/ill add 3luck or 4wis, rather than the bonus stats.
Pieces with these extra stats needed to be differentiated in some way, and this gave rise to the historical origins of 'overmax'. Some players however, do not agree with this definition of overmax, as there also exist pieces which were tpupgraded during a short transition window, and could have even more stats than the current max/overmax possible. This resulted in some discrepancies in terms used, as some refuse to use 'max' with 3luck/4wis, or consider those with bonus stats to be 'true max' and so on.
To avoid confusion, it is probably best to ask the seller exactly what was added via enchants, and thereby gauge the value of it.

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TPUpgrade : Some items (old items usually) don't have the "V3" flag. You can spend a trivia point on those items using the tpupgrade command, which will add bonus stats on the item. The tpupgrade command guarantees to add at least a few stats or hit or dam roll on the item provided the item has been successfully Solidified, Resonated and/or Illuminated previously. Warning, the cast of illuminate or resonate or solidify spells will automatically add the v3 flag ! So make sure you tpupgrade before any other enchant !

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TPUpgrade : Some items (old items usually) don't have the "V3" flag. You can spend a trivia point on those items using the tpupgrade command, which will add bonus stats on the item. The tpupgrade command guarantees to add at least a few stats or hit or dam roll on the item provided the item has been successfully Solidified (up to 2hr and 2dr), Resonated (2 lucky stats) and/or Illuminated (2wis 4luck) previously.
There was also a short transition period when the enchant spells were modified, and the V3 flag was introduced. As a result, there were some pieces enchanted with the new spells, but were still capable of being TPupgraded.
Warning, the cast of illuminate or resonate or solidify spells will automatically add the v3 flag ! So make sure you tpupgrade before any other enchant !