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Ablative Terenthium Vest

KBerling's Avatar

02.23.2013 , 06:05 PM | #1
I have a style question.

I finished Friends of Old and got the Ablative Terenthium Vest for my Warrior. Later, on Fleet, I saw another female Warrior wearing a really cool looking armor. Kind of like a dancer's outift but it's not. It has a triangle shield around the breastplate but is otherwise a lot like the dancer's outfit, not quite as skimpy.

Anyway, I looked to see what she was wearing, and she was wearing an Ablative Terenthium Vest, same as me. But we didn't look anything alike and her look was much cooler.

Does anyone know how I can get my armor to look like what I'm trying to describe. 2 armors, apparently exactly the same, but completely dfferent looking.

KBerling's Avatar

02.23.2013 , 07:21 PM | #2
Looks like I'm making a mistake here. With more experimenting, it seems that when I do the "Inspect Player" command, my own gear comes up on the right but with a picture of the selected "other toon" in the center.

I'm certain that I've performed "inspect player" before and seen their equipment because I remember one guy, a level 27 who ran Saving Face with me, who was totally decked out in purples. And others have commented on my gear.

Can anyone help with this? is there in fact some way to inspect what gear another PC is wearing?

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02.23.2013 , 07:56 PM | #3
If you inspect someone there is a chance it will bug IF you have looked at your own character sheet after loading the instance. So to avoid this, don't look at your own stuff. :P
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KBerling's Avatar

02.23.2013 , 09:00 PM | #4

This is the kind of stuff that can drive ya nutty. There's enough to figure out as a new player without some wacko glitch throwing a wrench into things.

Not exactly sure how to avoid looking at my own stuff though. That's kind of where I am in the game, trying to learn more about items. Actually pulled the plug on my first "need" today during Friends in Deed. It was a huge upgrade in gloves. I said "sorry to have to do it" to the group. The said "gratz", "np" and "they look cool."

This brings up a completely different topic: how so many players are just soooo cool while a few are total a**h***s. Just like real life I guess.

Thanks for the help.

KBerling's Avatar

02.24.2013 , 02:35 PM | #5
Just a follow-up:

I've located the armor I was trying to describe. It's part of the Skip Tracer's Cartel Pack and is called Fancy Reveler's. Very cool looking stuff.

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02.24.2013 , 03:08 PM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by KBerling View Post
Just a follow-up:

I've located the armor I was trying to describe. It's part of the Skip Tracer's Cartel Pack and is called Fancy Reveler's. Very cool looking stuff.
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02.24.2013 , 04:02 PM | #7
I know what you mean. Too bad the game doen't lend itself to plug-ins. The playing community comes up with stuff waay better looking than the developers. See, for example, Oblivion and Skyrim. The Bethesda generated content isn't even in the same ballpark as the mods. Same with The Sims franchise.