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Underfoot Platemail Breastplate  
 

MAGIC ITEM
Slot: CHEST
AC: 51
STA: +5 WIS: +10 HP: +40 MANA: +40 ENDUR: +40
Recommended level of 45.
WT: 3.0 Size: LARGE
Class: WAR CLR PAL
Race: HEF DWF HFL GNM
Deity: Brell Serilis
Slot 1, Type 7 (General: Group)
Slot 2, Type 21 (Special Ornamentation)
Item Type:Armor
Appearance:Plate
Tint:
 
Color (RGB):100, 0, 0
Stackable:No
Merchant Value:0 pp 0 gp 1 sp 2 cp
Tribute:11100
Lucy Entry By:Kerasota
Item Updated By:SwiftyMUSE
Source:Live
IC Last Updated:2020-06-12 14:04:20
Page Updated:Sat Sep 7th, 2019


Average Price: 13,333pp Pricing Data...
Rarity: Common
Level to Attain: 1

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just bought one
# Mar 02 2003 at 8:02 PM Rating: Default
I just got one fer a hell of a deal on luclin server, only paid 14K pp
difficulty
# Feb 04 2003 at 7:43 AM Rating: Decent
just to give you all a heads up, I have gotten my skill up to 205, with a geerlock my chance of making this stuff hovers around 5 percent. I have recently finished the shadowscream armor quests from kitty land and can now raise my skills by getting wailing/shrieking substance and other semi easy items to gain. Its a hard road, but well worth the trip.

Clanggedin Foehammer
Warrior of Brell
FV server
RE: difficulty
# Jun 18 2003 at 10:09 AM Rating: Decent
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81 posts
I dont know about your sever but it's not as easy to gain the substances as one would think. Peeps on Bristlebane LOVE to run the Hollowshade Moor Wars so trying to keep 1 mob up ina particular place is a real pain. You are either running around the zone chasing the mob from place to place, or working the war yourself and then someone else comes in and screws it all up for you claiming that you can't camp and entire zone. I'm at 192 without the geerlock atm, and I wish you good luck in your skill raising attempts using the scream. It's great when you can get a fair amount but tough at the other end of the stick. Unless of course you have the ability to just take mutliple mobs on all at once, ie; REALLY high level chars.

Edited, Wed Jun 18 10:29:10 2003
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Don't forget to look behind you......

Xames Shigan
105 Monk of Bristlebane

how much?
# Dec 31 2002 at 11:54 PM Rating: Decent
how much money would it cost to get to a skill lvl of 250 to make this item?
RE: how much?
# Feb 04 2003 at 7:44 AM Rating: Excellent
I have spent well over 100k in smithing just to get to 205....Smiley: banghead
Brellium
# Nov 15 2002 at 12:36 PM Rating: Decent
Does anybody know where to find brellium blocks?
RE: Brellium
# Nov 22 2002 at 7:45 AM Rating: Decent
kaladim
screen shot
# Aug 06 2002 at 8:04 AM Rating: Default
If the other one doesnt work try this link..:)

http://pub126.ezboard.com/feqtraderscornersmithing.showMessage?topicID=6985.topic

Dini..

Edited, Tue Aug 6 08:54:39 2002
Screen Shot
# Aug 06 2002 at 8:02 AM Rating: Default
http://pub126.ezboard.com/feqtraderscornersmithing.showMessage?topicID=6 985.topic
#REDACTED, Posted: Jun 26 2002 at 9:50 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Edited, Wed Jun 26 10:42:27 2002
Image?
# Jun 04 2002 at 11:49 AM Rating: Decent
Does anyone know what this Bp looks like when worn? I think i will start back working on smithing. This is a vey Nice item. You have to love the AC on this. For clerics this is a must! I'm kinda torn between SS Bp and this. SS has nice stats as well with an mana free effect but a lot lower AC. Hmmm maybe i'll get both(some day)
Color
# Jun 26 2002 at 9:53 AM Rating: Decent
I got one :) It looks RED

Edited, Fri Jun 28 10:06:50 2002
so sweet
# May 30 2002 at 10:46 PM Rating: Default
30 posts
god i love the new trade skill items.. FINALY something worth working on.. makes me wanna get my rangers Blacksmithing up that extra 20 or so to max it.. (1st charactor back 2 years ago, and i was one of those people who ruined the market BTW, dropping my prices hehe.. ***** the mastersmiths, go LOWER... hehee...) o then i gotta get the components too.. but hehe.. thats easy compared to the skills ...
How
# May 23 2002 at 8:10 PM Rating: Default
were can i find info on how to make this stuff i can't find it anywere.

Ainadur Batlehammer
51 Paladin
Tunare
Path of the Ancients
RE: How
# May 24 2002 at 5:21 AM Rating: Decent
eqtraders.com is an excellent place to learn the ways of craftsmanship.
How
# May 23 2002 at 8:09 PM Rating: Default
were can i find info on how to make this stuff i can't find it anywere
RE: How
# Jun 22 2002 at 12:47 AM Rating: Decent
do this to find great info on how to make this stuff.

Go to eqtraders.com
click the recipies link
click the cultural link
click the dwarven link
there's info on how to make it there...

there's also a link to click at the top to check out all the stats of all the stuff.

dakmerr
53warr luclin server.
Nocturnal Sun
Deity choice
# May 22 2002 at 6:19 PM Rating: Default
It's disappointing that all the highest end tradeskill products so far have been aimed at the "standard" deity for each race. My main is agnostic because 2 1/2 years ago that was the only choice that made sense (oh and a half elf, good thing I didn't waste time on any trade skills). Then, I intentionally chose "odd" deities for most of my alts to make them fun / different, but once again, at the time there was no compelling reason not to (deity imbued jewelry had just come in but it was not race specific, nor particularly spectacular). Now my halfling cleric of bristlebane and enchanter of erollisi marr, amongst others, seem to be getting screwed again. Ah well. Maybe PoP will have something for those who took the "roads less travelled by". Kinda doubt it though.
RE: Deity choice
# Jun 17 2002 at 11:16 PM Rating: Decent

errr..Bristlebane cleric halfling...

Go look at Bristlebane armor that dwarves can smith. Same stats bro. Rejoice.

Amose
Templar of Brell
Grandmaster Smith of Kaladim
Re: Price
# May 19 2002 at 12:04 PM Rating: Decent
"Amateur tradefolk killed the banded and fp market lets not let em do it to this!
Just my 2cp worth"

No natural server progression killed those markets.

Ccraxtd Skullz
50 Shaman of Second Rising
Tallon Zek
RE: Re: Price
# Jun 28 2002 at 6:28 PM Rating: Decent
Hehe kind of hard to be am amateur with a smithing skill of 250 Lol but i hear what you're saying.
Price
# May 18 2002 at 10:47 AM Rating: Default
This is close to the DW bp (40 ac) and better than thurgadin (42 ac) minus the procs. DW bp goes for 40K to 60k so I would imagin that this would sell for the same price range. It is the best ac for a dropable bp that I know of, correct me if I am wrong. Finally VI has put something worth doing for smiths. For all the non tradeskill people smithing skill to 160's is easy and inexpencive however it is very expencive to raise above that and this stuff as far as I know eather trivs above 220 or doesnt triv at all. Amateur tradefolk killed the banded and fp market lets not let em do it to this!
Just my 2cp worth

Shilox
Pally 51 seasons (finnaly AA)
master smith 179 (back to the forg for me)
master fletcher 171
master berwer 110
aspiring tailor 59
Yes!
# May 18 2002 at 12:11 AM Rating: Decent
Now there is a rainbow at the end! Been hording a lot of temper ingredients for the earthen temper, now need to hord more different types of ingredients and an astrinomical amount of plat to make this set which is awesome armor! And I do believe it be worth every attempt!
drooool....
# May 17 2002 at 11:49 PM Rating: Default
is there anyother tradeskill chest piece with that much ac?
RE: drooool....
# May 18 2002 at 5:05 AM Rating: Decent
Ac51 tends to be the standard Ac on all the comparable new smithing cultural bps with the exception of the Ogre one which has:

Crimson Darkscale Breastplate
Ac53 str10 sta10 hp60 mana20 weight 3.0 stones
level required 45
Ogre/Troll
War/SK
imbued it to Rallos Zek

Edited, Sat May 18 05:56:56 2002
price
# May 17 2002 at 5:09 PM Rating: Default
this was for sale for 60k on prexus. My smithing is only 175, so I am going to hav to buy it, but i'm trying to wait til i can find an accurate pc. what are these going for on other servers? What is the cost to make one, assuming no failures?
RE: price
# Dec 26 2002 at 11:12 PM Rating: Decent
What you are willing to pay is the only right price. A good deal is when the buyer and seller both think they made a fair trade. I am so tired of hearing people talk as if there is some "absolute" right or wrong value to items.
RE: price
# May 18 2002 at 2:46 AM Rating: Decent
60k probably isn't that far off of the "right" price. You will, of course, be able to get it cheaper as time goes on, but that's a because of supply/demand and people selling their old gear cheap, not accuracy.

The trivials on these items is over 250. The smith has spent thousands, possibly tens of thousands, of plat just to get to the level to be able to make one of these. Then you get into the costs of the item itself. Takes a bunch of blue diamonds and other assorted high-cost items. THEN factor in the fact that the maker has probably failed 2 or 3 breastplates to the one he's selling you.

Oh, and let's not forget that the stats are comparable to the Velious quest armors.

Honestly, just finding these for sale is going to be a big problem, most of us who can make this new stuff are making sets for ourselves/guildies first, and then may consider making some for the general market. And it won't be cheap, or we just won't make it. It's not like this is a skill up piece, the people making it are grandmasters already.
RE: price
# May 20 2002 at 5:38 PM Rating: Default
Well, I sure hope that the smithee has spent over 10s of thousands to increase his skill that high because if he hasn't, and considering one of these costs probably around 10k to make at most (which I highly doubt) he, the seller, will make tons of plat from selling just ONE of these at 60k.
RE: price
# Feb 11 2003 at 7:41 PM Rating: Decent
If the cost vs the price sold is anything like alchemy, it probably costs around 25 to 30kpp to make it. You can more than likely expect the market to drop about 10 to 15% also as the pieces become more prominent in the game just as the SoW potions and the Rallic pack(30% drop there if not more) have all done. And also the smithing is NOT a cheap thing to do. Mine is now at 152 and has already run me about 3kpp, and compared to what I have to do to get further that is nothing more than a drop in the bucket. If I ever make it to Grandmaster, I will have lost all track of how much it has cost me, but it's gonna be worth it in the long run. BTW, to smith do't forget you also need brewing up to the mid 130's for your tempers or know a good brewer, but then thats also the fun and easy part).

Webeeatiny Drunkendwarf
42 Level Paladin
Bristlebane
RE: price
# May 20 2002 at 7:52 PM Rating: Decent
You are kidding right?

Skilling up smithing past 175 is a very expensive and time consuming task. Something that will get much worse if/when the trivial reducing patch goes in.

Personally, if I had the money, I would pay 60k for the breastplate. It seems a reasonable price to me, but then it is better than anything I have any reasonable hopes of attaining myself with my reduced play schedule.

RE: price
# May 22 2002 at 1:59 PM Rating: Good
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68 posts
Considering that many PCs have platinum in the hundreds of thousands, and that many guilds keep their own coffers as well, it would only stand to reason that, through natural server progression as previously stated, the cost of tradeskill items would eventually skyrocket, to give these players something worthwhile to spend their time and money on if they're tired of just hack 'n' slash. I, for one, am happy to see all the new recipes with the May 8 patch, I only wish I had held on to those precious few blue diamonds I had managed to get my hands on. Those players who barely manage 10 hours per week of gameplay are really going to suffer, though, because they can get stuck in a Catch-22 situation: Can't buy the gear without the money, can't earn the money without the gear (my situation, anyway).
RE: price
# May 18 2002 at 12:40 AM Rating: Good
Assuming No Failures!!??

I always hate to see that phrase.

Firstly on items this level you can bet there'll be failures.

Secondly any smith good enough to even try it, has paid for a gazillion failures to get his skill to that level.

Strange to see someone with 170 smithing say things like that...one would think you'd have some understanding by now.

Pressed my button there, you did.
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