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Deluxe Toolbox  
 


This item can be used in tradeskills.
WT: 3.5 Weight Reduction: 0%
Capacity: 10 Size Capacity: GIANT
Item Type:Container
Stackable:No
Merchant Value:1 pp 0 gp 5 sp 0 cp
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Average Price: 2pp Pricing Data...
Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 1

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Wrong name
# Feb 02 2012 at 8:41 AM Rating: Decent
Just wondering why this is listed as Xe Toolbox and not the correct Deluxe Toolbox ?

It obviously doesn't show up in Searches as it should.
Wrong name
# Feb 02 2012 at 3:27 PM Rating: Excellent
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The Honorable Zelpster wrote:
Just wondering why this is listed as Xe Toolbox and not the correct Deluxe Toolbox ?

It obviously doesn't show up in Searches as it should.


There's a known bug with Item Collector where it occasionally truncates names. We're trying to track down when/where this happens, but in the meantime, if you run Item Collector in the background as you play and come across this item, it should automatically fix itself on our servers.
deluxe toolbox
# Jan 02 2007 at 4:24 PM Rating: Decent
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Can also be bought in PoK from vendor Nelin Signus. In western trader bld.
deluxe toolbox
# Apr 28 2007 at 6:49 AM Rating: Good
Nelin Sigus move to North Trader bldg. 405, 845
Deluxe toolbox sold at...
# Nov 13 2005 at 11:12 AM Rating: Decent
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also sold at Abysmal Sea

jewelcrafting vendor: Glirina Morningbloom
Loc: -145, 233 (down below at bank side, approx.)

Only one though =(
thought I found a toolbox mine

Edited, Sun Nov 13 11:35:41 2005
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Deluxe toolbox sold at...
# May 29 2007 at 6:28 AM Rating: Decent
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Glirina Morningbloom Does not sell the Deluxe toolbox... You could probably buy a box someone else sold her...
droped
# Feb 25 2005 at 1:11 PM Rating: Decent
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droped off the gnome caster in echo caverns by the outcasts and mutants
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RE: droped
# May 13 2005 at 8:32 PM Rating: Decent
And even though he is dark blue to me at 30th, he was casting for 240's+
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Toolbox alright
# Jun 30 2004 at 5:26 AM Rating: Decent
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The real problem here is, there are 2 pages of posting for Deluxe Toolbox
a must have for lowbies
# Nov 28 2003 at 10:11 PM Rating: Decent
as far as I am concerned, these are must have items for all classes and races. 10 slot container that holds giant items for under 2 plat. until you can get weight reduction packs, this is a must have for everyone
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PoK Vendor
# May 18 2003 at 1:37 PM Rating: Excellent
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Nelin Signus (a gnome) sells these as standard inventory (4th down on the right) in the tradeskills building due west of the main bank in PoK (loc p405 p844). When coming up the stairs, go straight to the far left door and he is in room behind and to the left.

This puts this vendor extremely close to the main bank for those that want to swap out other containers for these. As a guild banker, I use these exclusively on our bankers. 24 of them :) Enjoy.

Edited, Sun May 18 13:57:26 2003
RE: PoK Vendor
# Feb 16 2004 at 2:11 PM Rating: Default
i have just ben to this guy he doesnt have them
RE: PoK Vendor
# Mar 20 2004 at 12:27 AM Rating: Decent
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I found him today, and yes he does.
Deluxe Toolbox
# Apr 18 2003 at 11:38 AM Rating: Decent
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Just bought one from Maryalis N'Ryt in evil section of POK
PoK?
# Feb 19 2003 at 12:28 PM Rating: Decent
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I had found a merchant in PoK who sold those, but I can't seem to find him anymore... anyone knows his name and/or loc ?
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RE: PoK?
# Apr 16 2003 at 5:58 PM Rating: Decent
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Up by the bank, over to the left. there should be one of thoes big guys under the lil tent thing, i got one there.
RE: PoK?
# Mar 31 2003 at 9:50 AM Rating: Good
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I saw one on a female gnome vendor in the building that houses the necro trainers in PoK. This building is by the Neriak stone, to the right of it as you face the Neriak stone (facing south, so the building is to the west). I'm not sure if this gnome vendor sells deluxe toolboxes or if someone just sold one to her.
RE: PoK?
# Apr 11 2003 at 2:35 AM Rating: Excellent
The vendor's name is Maryalis N`Ryt and she is indeed in the PoK building between the Neriak & Oggok stones. Her exact location is -857, 197.

I bought one from her and she still had them listed in her inventory, so I'm inclined to think she has an "infinite" supply. I paid 1p 1g 2c with indifferent and about a 150 Charisma.
loot on something
# Jan 25 2003 at 12:24 AM Rating: Default
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Edited, Sat Jan 25 11:05:53 2003
I got three :-)
# Jan 23 2003 at 10:37 PM Rating: Decent
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I found three of these that someone sold to a merchant in Felwithe. These make nice bank boxes or are light enough to carry around if you have decent strength. The fact that they hold GIANT items, means you don't have to have a free inventory slot for oversized items (unless you are doing a quest hand in, then you still need a free primary slot for whatever you get back). Until you can make or afford to buy Handmade Backpacks, this is probably the best (and cheapest) 10 slotter you'll find. Too bad you normally have to go all the way to Thurgadin or Echo Caverns to get them.

Edited, Thu Jan 23 22:09:12 2003
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Is this item/vendor nerfed?
# Jan 18 2002 at 4:25 PM Rating: Default
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I have tried for the last 2 days to get the vendor in iceclad that sells these to sell to me. I am amiable with him but all he says is "can't you see i'm busy right now" and other such stuff (acts as if someone attacked him and pulled him from his normal location).


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RE: Is this item/vendor nerfed?
# Jan 09 2005 at 4:44 PM Rating: Decent
If a vendor is away from their usual 'spot' they often wll no longer trade. You have to wait for them to go back to their trading sopt or wait for a server reset.

This is an assumption on my part, I base this on the Shar Vjhal merchants, some of which wande about, and untill they wander back to their trading spot, will not sell to you.
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RE: Is this item/vendor nerfed?
# Nov 07 2002 at 11:27 AM Rating: Decent
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Also drops off of Dack(?) (forgot surname - he's the gnome caster that spawns with Murph Cobblestone, in the mutant camp)in Echo Caverns. Looted one last night, seems to be his common drop (partner looted one on the next kill, and mage that joined us later had already looted 2). Don't know if this is an add since the last patch (my first time fighting here). Hope that helps, if someone is looking for them.

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Containers
# Nov 13 2001 at 2:12 AM Rating: Excellent
There is one thing I am disappointed in, as probably any crafter or quester is, is that you can not put small containers in to larger containers. Imagine your house and not being able to put your bowl in an oven, or your screwdriver case inside your toolbox. Even if you had to keep the containers MT before putting them inside another container, at least it would seem that you could put a Paw of Opalla, or bowl, or even the jewelry kit in a large container. But I guess verant wants people to have a lot of mules just to carry a bowl, spit, sewing bag, your current quest container, your light source, and a small jewelry kit. Heaven help you if you want a tackle box, tool box, or any other containers.

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RE: Containers
# Jan 23 2003 at 10:45 PM Rating: Decent
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Putting containers in containers would end up giving you virtually unlimited carry capacity (up to the point you can no longer move due to the weight of course). If people didn't have to run to a merchant to empty their packs once in a while, someone could camp a mob practically forever and nobody else would ever get in. If you think all the good spots have waiting lists now, what do you think they would be like if people had 3 or 4 hundred inventory slots in their packs?

I haven't tried this myself yet, but has anyone tried selling tradeskill made containers in bazaar with a traders satchel? It would be nice to be able to buy things like Vale Sewing kits and Feir'Dal fletching kits from a trader instead of trusting someone with your money and raw materials to make one on the spot for you. Handmade backpacks would likely be big sellers in bazaar if you could put containers inside trader satchels as well.
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RE: Containers
# Apr 04 2002 at 6:17 AM Rating: Excellent
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Argueing common sence for something that is clearly game coding, doen not work well. If you want it realistic, everything need to ave bothe a volume and a weight. You could only carry one bag, and you should be hampered in combat, when carrying a big backpack. If you were carrying lots of stuff in your bags, finding things should take time. In addition you should need a skill for packing bags effeciently. All in all I think the currently level of realism for inventory management is fine.

Yes they should make some or all combine type containers collapsable, so when combined empty, they would turn into a non-container time, that could be right clicked to turn back into a container. That may happen some day, then again it may not.
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RE: Containers
# Jan 29 2003 at 1:56 PM Rating: Decent
Yep, could post.

It's a matter of having a level of abstraction from real life in the interest of making the game playable. Too real = too cumbersome and no fun

Speaking of realism, how many people do you know that can successfully swim while dressed in a full suit of plate mail? Or, fire a bow with accuracy while running? Or, eat and drink while engaging in melee combat? Or, bake in a spit while running or swimming? Or,.... you get the idea.

Unfortunately, there is the downside of not being able to put an empty sack inside a backpack. Then again, the game does allow a person to carry eight (fully loaded) backpacks. I think it's a good tradeoff.
RE: Containers
# Oct 19 2003 at 8:25 AM Rating: Decent
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/agree, thinking about realism just brings really funny images to mind.

You can carry 8 packs containing a houseful of goods, and you can still DODGE, and you want to be able to nest them? hehe.

RE: Containers
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Good reply. Game mechanics are just that - mechanics. They can never equal real life.

But on a happy note, Verant just added new recipes for tinkering that allow collapsible versions of most of the normal combinable trade skill containers to be made. Thank gods. But the prices for created tinkering items like this aren't gonna be cheap either.


Edited, Tue Oct 29 13:44:39 2002
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RE: Containers
# Feb 26 2002 at 3:36 AM Rating: Decent
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Well, you also would not normally be able to put giant sized items in a toolbox. Or large size items in a backpack. Imagine a backpack with 8 two handed swords in it....

So maybe it would make sense if you could put an empty container that can only hold small items, in a container that holds giant items. But for the most part, it kind of makes sense to me.
RE: Containers
# Sep 03 2002 at 6:20 AM Rating: Decent
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The reason is a game coding issue. Containers inside containers can lead to infinite loops and crash problems. I've played games where it's possible, and if you stack too many containers inside each other, eventually you suck up so much memory and processing power that things start tweaking out. While most people wouldnt abuse it, I guarantee there are some that would do it just cause they can.

I do like the idea of collapsable containers tho, click combine on an empty container (certain ones) and they become an item with 1 charge that summons the appropriate container. Might be something to suggest to Verant.
Adinel Jailbar
# Jun 25 2001 at 8:09 PM Rating: Good
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The name of the NPC that sells them is Adinel Jailbar. At one of the igloos at the pirate village.
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Umm.. obvious use overlooked...
# Jun 19 2001 at 4:29 PM Rating: Default
Well, the usefulness of this item as an actual adventuring/raiding piece is questionable. BUT, fill your bank up with these and you instantly have 80 inventory storage spaces.

Try that on for size.

RE: Umm.. obvious use overlooked...
# Apr 04 2002 at 5:54 AM Rating: Decent
The bazaar now sells these things called "trader packs", they're a little over 1pp each and are 10 slots. Each is 25.0 wt, though, so definitely not meant for carrying around. I think they're called "Trader's Satchel", I just bought 8 of them and stuck them in my bank and now I have 80 giant slots in my bank as well.
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Damn Verant
# Jun 18 2001 at 10:03 AM Rating: Default
I use to buy 8 of these at a time in Iceclad for a grand total of 15p, and sell them for 75pp each in EC back when they used to weigh 0.5 stones. I made a killing until Verant made containers a lot heavier.. Now i'm sure there were a lot of monks ****** off when that change happened.. oh well. I guess that teaches me to not get anymore get-rich-quick ideas. haha
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RE: Damn Verant
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They changed the weight of these for the same reason the went through the whole "deluxe sewing kit" fiasco. Having a ten slot container, weighing 0.5, severely reduces the profitibality of tailored 10 slot backbacks, which weigh 3.0 (but have a 10% weight reduction). This change was made to appease the tailors who used the 10-slot backpacks as a reliable source of income. Although these aren't practical to carry stuff around in, there certainly a cheap and convenient way to increase the capacity of your bank vault. I have 6 of these in my vault (would have got 8, but need two slots for my sewing kit and mixing bowl, whic can't be placed in containers).
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#Anonymous, Posted: Jun 16 2001 at 4:52 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) WOW great monk item!//. anyine on ralloszekk cerver have one of theese?? im singood from RZek my name is donnie message me plzzzzzzzzzzim ***
Intended use
# Jun 16 2001 at 4:28 PM Rating: Decent
I'm sure this is great for holding all kinds of items. The purpose of this item is for the tinkering trade. It is used in the manufacture of watchman's gear witch have 9 and 10 ingredients.
RE: Intended use
# Jun 17 2001 at 9:57 PM Rating: Default
I wouldn't be surpeised if Verant *****'s tinkereers like the screwed tailors on the Wu's armor.

As soon as a nice set of tailored armor came out, they removed 10-slot tailoring kits from the game and forced us to use city based looms, unless you're one of the people that stocked up on pre-nerf large sewing kits(I have 10).

Wu's armor was the first armor set to use the new 10-slot kits, then Verant decided to restrict their manufacture to city based looms(unless you have a non-merchant bought 10-sloter).

If watchmans armor becomes a popular twink armor, you can be sure Verant will try to restrict how easily pieces of it can be made by making it city (craft container) made only.
RE: Intended use
# Nov 21 2001 at 6:36 PM Rating: Decent
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10 slot sewing kits are cultural items made by smiths arent they?

Also, there is no "pre-nerf" sewing kits, they retroactively changed the weight on all of em.
I had my ineventory and bank full of the Vale sewing kits.
RE: Intended use
# Jun 18 2001 at 11:24 AM Rating: Default
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Hmm... obviously someone hasn't been paying attention. 10-slot tailoring kits are now called "Deluxe Sewing Kits" and are available for sale from vendors all over the place.
And let's face it, tinkerers are already getting the shaft when it comes to actually trying to make things.
RE: Intended use
# Nov 16 2001 at 7:28 PM Rating: Decent
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"... tinkerers get the shaft" - lol! Don't they need it to make something? =)

Anywho, I actually have a question: Can these 10-slot tinkering kits be used to make standard tinkering items, or just the 'special' stuff? i.e. can they be used to make fireworks, one of the many cool tinkered items, one that can now be summoned by any ebay mage for a tiny amount of mana? <sigh> LONG LIVE THE SPYGLASS!

Here's a big salute to all you tinkerers out there! <YOU ROCK! GNOMIES! =>
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RE: Intended use
# Jun 18 2001 at 4:05 PM Rating: Decent
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I have never found a deluxe sewing kit for sale (not permanent stock anyway). I already have a few because I had some large sewing kits that were turned into the deluxe with the old patch, but I have never seen any merchant anywhere with the Deluxe sewing kits. I think the only reason a few merchants even have some deluxe kits is because PC's sold them to the vendor and a patch hasn't reset the vendor stock yet.

Yes I tailor. So I look around everywhere for things to do w/ tailoring, I say this so that you know that what I said is from actual hunting for the kit exp.
RE: Intended use
# Jun 18 2001 at 4:54 PM Rating: Default
Aparently you are not a tailor. They removed 10 slot Sewing kits from the game because it was taking from the 10 slot backpack market. If you did not buy them while they were in game then you must use the loom in your town if you have a recipe that takes more than 8 slots. Fortunatly when I found this out I stocked 2 mules with them. GL to you all.
RE: Intended use
# Jul 09 2001 at 8:37 AM Rating: Default
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you guys obviously dont look around much

I know for a fact deluxe sewing kits are sold in Barb City
RE: Intended use
# Jun 19 2001 at 11:36 AM Rating: Default
erudite sewing kit is 10-slot
which is good for erudites hehe
Tinkerer's armor
# Jun 17 2001 at 10:52 PM Rating: Decent
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Tinkerer's armor is pretty hard to make, so it probably won't go to many twinks, you need alot of hard to find items to make it.
weight
# Jun 16 2001 at 3:13 PM Rating: Default
I bought one of these in iceclad ocean, and i think the weight is 3.5, not 4.5.
Mages are better =)
# Jun 16 2001 at 10:45 AM Rating: Default
I am amazed someone actually suggested a shaman over a magician, just have mage summon you a couple 10 slot 100% reduction bags. =P
RE: Mages are better =)
# Jun 16 2001 at 9:53 PM Rating: Default
I'd be amazed if one could find a 51+ magician in everfrost(nevermind west of the Karanas) to summon them one of those bags.

However, the odds of finding a lvl 5+ shaman in everfrost to summon them a spirit pouch in everfrost is probably 100%.
RE: Mages are better =)
# Jun 17 2001 at 9:42 PM Rating: Default
But mages can summon a 6-slot 100% wt reducing bag at 34, and that's a level when many mages are near paw/perma/HK.

But I will say that with the expansions it's harder to find mid/high level players in the old world.
RE: Mages are better =)
# Jun 19 2001 at 11:37 AM Rating: Default
un i lost some valuable gear in summoned bag from server drop AFTER they made patch where it wasnt supposed to happen.

i petitioned and GM sed "too bad so sad"
use summoned bags if u like but my gear is way too valuable.
erm...?
# Jun 16 2001 at 9:36 AM Rating: Default
Ok, so people are arguing over the usefulness of this as a ten slot container. Lets completely ignore that it might have a use for tinkering also, maybe with some new upcoming recipies.
Why is this so bad
# Jun 16 2001 at 12:04 AM Rating: Decent
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A ten slot box that can hold giant items?Wow could have used this killing mammoths near everfrost...Tusks are giant items and don't fit in normal bags...They sell for 6 or 7 plat to vendors...So rather than having to run around with no bags you can put 10 of these is this box and heck you've had a good day at the office when its time to sell...Just my opinion
RE: Why is this so bad
# Jun 16 2001 at 6:18 AM Rating: Decent
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Nice idea but ... mammoth tusks have a weight of 10 so if you fill a ten-slot with em or even a regular toolbox that holds 8 you're gonna be crawling. You're better off having a shaman summon you a couple spirit pouches that hold 4 giant items with 100 pct weight reduction.
RE: Why is this so bad
# Jun 16 2001 at 6:24 PM Rating: Decent
Just do as i have done before fighting mammoths you use sewing kits thay hold large also and you just have a caster in the group who holds all the tusks and is bound next to a merchant at Halas he gets filled up with the tusks then gates and returns and splits the cash from them out works best with a druid or shaman also for sow to hasten the return and have more killing.
#Anonymous, Posted: Jun 15 2001 at 10:19 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) this item is a waist of time it is usful for only helping newbs around with the items from bats and wasps
RE: you got to be kidding me
# Jun 16 2001 at 2:39 AM Rating: Decent
Apparently you don't keep items in the bank? Ten slot boxs to fill your bank slots for more room. Guess you play a melee class and have no need for various research items, etc..but it's only a waste of time for you.
RE: you got to be kidding me
# Jun 16 2001 at 6:08 AM Rating: Good
I play a melee char and even my bank gets WAY too full for those panzy 8 slot back packs, and with a lack of patients when it comes to gathering HQ bear pelts these things are truly useful, anyone who thinks otherwise well obviously isnt thinking
not bad
# Jun 15 2001 at 9:17 PM Rating: Default
this could be usefull to peeps who want a 10 slot bag that can hold extralarge items w/out having to pay too much
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