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What flooring is this?

BrianFreud

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Spotted this in a castle on Atlantic. Looks like some placeable type of flooring, since they've raised it in places like you would gozas. But it doesn't say anything when I click it, and it seems to create far far less lag than gozas level do. Anyone recognize what flooring this is?


 

King Greg

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I think those are the base of an item that a goza floor is lowered on top of to delete the item and leave the flooring. The telescope?
 

Lexfixr

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Apparently the same method as you would when cutting a soul forge to smaller pieces.

Here's how:

1. put 4 square goza
2. raise each goza UP TWICE

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3. place the globe sculpture on top of goza

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4. lower each goza back DOWN twice (this action will break the sculpture's base)
5. now, use axe and target the spinning section, to make it gone

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6. finally, axe each goza....say hello to your new metal floor!!

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As for different shades, you dye the sculpture deed first with natural dyes

This is ice orange:

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BrianFreud

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Thanks folks! I can say, not only does it make for a quite nice look, but it's also almost lag-free vs gozas or stone tiles.
 

Draza

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It took him a couple months doing this.

Roma, so im sure several players made alot of money from him buying resources.
 

BrianFreud

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Well, just doing it at my vendor house for now, not too too expensive or difficult, and I love the end result. This is using metal natural dye:

 
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