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[Tinkering] Ring of the Soulbinder can be repaired/fortified, yes?

AxiamInc

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I'm not 100000% on this...only 99999%

But considering this is a artifact type of item, you should be able to POF and repair it indefinitely. My understanding is that only imbued items cannot be powdered.
 

Basara

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AxiamInc:

Some replicas can't be powdered.

Faction item "boosted" replicas of existing artifacts can only be repaired with a special powder that costs faction silver.

Some items that got altered slightly in the translation from LBR to AoS took years before they could be powdered or repaired (or enhanced, for that matter). If you can, try to find people talking about "Long Swords" as opposed to "Longswords" (different backpack graphic, among other things, and only certain places were sources for the Long Swords after AoS, such as the old Haven quests destroyed by the creation of New Haven).

The ability to repair or powder something isn't as obvious as it once was.
 

AxiamInc

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Hey Basara,

You are first off, absolutely correct. When I was responding to the OP's post, the faction artifacts completely slipped my mind. (And oh do I remember the Long Sword issues in the past)

I started to do a more extensive search regarding the ring in question. And in fact, the answer to the question is right there on the linked page on uoguide. States that the ring cannot be imbued or fortified.

Looks like we can repair them, but they will one day in the year 2087 finally go poof. :lol:

Thank you for your correction Sir.

Ax
 

Fernadious

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If you've never tried on this particular ring, you can repair/forify a turquoise ring, ya?
Nope. Since in the first place cannot be destroyed as a jewel. If you imbue it then it goes 255/255 and can be repaired but not PoFed any more.

Same goes for the new jewels of High Seas i think.
 
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