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"Created by Phemia Silverstar" Part 3; or How to recycle unwanted items

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A little guide how to disenchant your unwanted items
and why it's such a good idea to recycle! ^_^

To Disenchant an item you need:

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1. Enchanted item

  • can be created using Tailoring*, Leather Working*, Carpentry*, Blacksmithing* and then Enchanted**
  • can be looted from enemies

2. Empty State Capsule

  • obtained from enchanted lakes via Conjuration***

3. (optional) Empty Property Container (x amount of attribute bonuses/skill bonuses in your item)

  • obtained from enchanted lakes via Conjuration***


 

Your unwanted item is going to be destroyed, but you'll receive:

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1. Blueprint of the item

  • is used in Tailoring*, Leather Working*, Carpentry*, Blacksmithing*

2. Charged State Capsule

  • is used in Tailoring*, Leather Working*, Carpentry*, Blacksmithing*
  • capsule is going to hold the item's quality, e.g. if you had a rare (blue) item - your capsule is going to contain "rare" state.

3. Charged Property Container

  • is used in Enchanting**
  • each container is going to contain a single bonus from the item you used. 
    • If you had an item +10 Int; +10 Dex and only used 1 container, your container is going to contain a random bonus and the other one will be lost.


 

 

* See "Created by Phemia Silverstar" Part 1
** See "Created by Phemia Silverstar" Part 2
*** Simple crafts, needs at least 1 skill point to start.

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While not directly related to Disenchanting, Salvaging is also an excellent way to recycle most unwanted items.  Upon founding a Settlement, a Salvage Shed is usually one of the first things to go up.  Any unwanted weapons or armour you have can be taken here and Salvaged: your settlement will gain some of the resources that were used to construct the item.  You may even receive some of them back into your inventory.  For example, salvaging a bow will give your settlement some wood with which it can build more buildings; it may also give you some wood planks that you can take to a Carpentry shop and, with a blueprint, turn into a wand.  The succuess rate, and what you receive back, depend on the Quality of the Item and the level of your Salvage Skill.

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