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Wow, wonderful talk page. Uh, I have a question, when you press alt, some item names are in different colored font. Such as blue, white, and yellow. Can anyone confirm what they could mean? I have a theory blue is for equips that have enchants, and yellow is for books that still have the magic seal thing on them. But I'm not sure o.o--♫ѕτя♪ 21:23, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
- I'd like to know, too. And yes, blue does indicate that there's an enchant on the item. I think white means it's nothing special? And I've noticed that gold ore has a pink name when I hold down ALT. --Aramet 21:49, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
Certain items can't be bought and can only be found/crafted but still actually have an item cost. Do we want to include the cost for information completion (the only real use I can think of would be Lost and Found concerns and/or Ego feeding) or not?--Mystickskye 10:43, 6 June 2009 (UTC)
- How do you determine the items cost? --ZRoc 00:45, 21 June 2009 (UTC)
Just an Idea
This is only an idea and I'd like to know if people think its worth doing. Some permanent and temporary objects that are external to a player can be interacted with. Would it be worth having a category for them? For example, Personal Shops, objects you hit to have items drop, Party and House Shop Ad Boards, Mail Boxes, etc. The category could be called constructs or objects (hopefully someone can think of a better name). I already have In-House and Public Tools in the Tools category and they would also belong in this category. Obviously this category would only be for items not NPCs, pets, animals or monsters. --ZRoc 00:45, 21 June 2009 (UTC)
I noticed that you seem to have lists of items needed for skills, what about the various ores used for refining? -- Ladywinter 10:48, 22 October 2009 (UTC)
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