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Ancestral Iksar Armor  
 

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This item can be used in tradeskills.
WT: 0.5 Size: SMALL
Language:Common Tongue
Item Type:Book
Stackable:No
Lucy Entry By:magnomas
Item Updated By:unknown
Source:Live
IC Last Updated:2018-10-07 10:32:07
Page Updated:Thu Oct 9th, 2008
Ruins of Kunark Item
Dragons of Norrath Item


Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 20

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Quests: This item is used in quests.
Used in 2 recipes.
Recipe list - Premium only.

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Book Text:

Over the generations,
warfare and struggle have
engrained themselves so
firmly in Iksar society
that rarely has a hatchling
spoken its first word
before it has begun
training to fight in the
crusades. Testament to the
martial backbone of Iksar
society is Iksar armor
which is worn to all social
functions, military or
otherwise. This book
contains a variety of Iksar
armor designs drafted
during the height of the
Sebilisian Empire. These
designs echo a time of
Iksarian superiority, grace
and elegance, a time most
Iksar seek to resurrect
through participation in
the crusades.




The patterns in this book
can be copied many times,
but eventually they will
wear out and you can tell
that if you use the
patterns enough you will
need to replace the book.

To create pattern for
tailoring armor templates
based on these patterns you
will need this book, a
large bottle of ink, a roll
of plain parchment, a quill
and a compacted backpack to
hold the patterns you will
make. You'll also need a
book binding to do the
work.

If you wish to use the
patterns to make molds
you'll need a kiln to work



in as well as a high
quality firing sheet,
sculpting tools, a huge
block of clay and a
compacted backpack to hold
the molds when you're done.
 

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Uploaded November 27th, 2008
Updated November 28th, 2008
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Ancestral book patern
# Mar 27 2007 at 6:00 PM Rating: Decent
25 posts
Stupid to have to kill a 35 for armor stating at level 15 ... SOE ???
Simple AND difficult, all at the same time!
# Mar 19 2007 at 8:05 AM Rating: Decent
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274 posts
Oddly enough, the part that I had the least problem with was the Bloodgill Scales. I merely asked in general if anyone wanted to help me get one, and a paladin replied rather quickly to my request. He hopped on over and we killed 4 bloodgills when the scale dropped. The cat's eye agate required me to find a jewelcraft merchant, but they're everwhere.

For the bloodstone ring, the only thing I can suggest is that you vendor dive. I found 2 vendor diving. The first I sold in order to get my blacksmithing up to a reasonable level. The next I turned in. I've found one more in the Swamp of No Hope since then, and I think I'll save it, in case I need more molds than the first book can give me.

The scroll is also rather simple. All you need to do is to camp the entrance to the Sarnak fort. There are two recruits guarding the entrance. You might want to take care of them. Adherants go in and out of the fort quite often. The first I killed on the trail near FM, and he didn't drop the scroll. The second I killed was an add to the two recruits, and he dropped his scroll.

Remember to get the scroll last, lest you need to log out and lose it.
Book text and patterns/molds
# Feb 11 2006 at 4:58 AM Rating: Decent
Scholar
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377 posts
The book reads:

Over the generations, warfare and struggle have engrained themselves so firmly in Iksar society that rarely has a hatchling spoken its first word before it has begun training to fight in the crusades. Testament to the martial backbone of Iksar society is Iksar armor which is worn to all social functions, military or otherwise. This book contains a variety of Iksar armor designs drafted during the height of the Sebilisian Empire. These designs echo a time of Iksarian superiority, grace and elegance, a time most Iksar seek to resurrect through participation in the crusades.

The patterns in this book can be copied many times, but eventually they will wear out and you can tell that if you use the patterns enough you will need to replace the book.

To create patterns for tailoring armor templates based on these patterns you will need this book, a large bottle of ink, a roll of plain parchment, a quill and a compacted backpack to hold the patterns you will make. You'll also need a book binding to do the work.

If you wish to use the patterns to make molds you'll need a kiln to work in as well as a high quality firing sheet, sculpting tools, a huge block of clay and a compacted backpack to hold the molds when you're done.


Combine in a Kiln:
Sculpting Tools
Huge Block of Clay
High Quality Firing Sheet
Ancestral Iksar Armor
Compacted Backpack

You receive:
Sculpting Tools (returned)
A Huge Disenchanted Backpack
Mold for Cabilisian Wristguards (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Wristguards (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Sleeves (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Gloves (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Boots (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Helms (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Chestplates (20)
Mold for Cabilisian Leggings (20)


Combine in a Book Binding:
A Quill
Large Bottle of Ink
Roll of Plain Parchment
Ancestral Iksar Armor
Compacted Backpack

You receive:
A Quill (returned)
A Huge Disenchanted Backpack
Pattern for Cabilisian Wristguards (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Wristguards (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Sleeves (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Gloves (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Boots (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Helms (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Tunics (20)
Pattern for Cabilisian Leggings (20)

Edited, Sat Feb 11 06:25:59 2006
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