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Re: Your Wish List

Postby Xavier » June 12th, 2009, 4:08 pm

Yeah, I have the Fire Ring, also. I have a lot of good rings. It'd be nice to have the Frost and Shock Ring for a nice collection. 8-)
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby The Ninja » June 13th, 2009, 8:05 pm

Is there a way to enchant a ring with 100% Invisibility and Night Eye? That would be almost identical to The Ring from LotR.
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby Orion The Free » June 24th, 2009, 9:22 pm

Don't you mean 100% Chameleon?
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby Kestral » June 25th, 2009, 5:15 am

The Ninja wrote:Is there a way to enchant a ring with 100% Invisibility and Night Eye? That would be almost identical to The Ring from LotR.

No.
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby The Ninja » June 29th, 2009, 3:02 am

Orion The Free wrote:Don't you mean 100% Chameleon?


Either or. An invisibility spell wears off once you DO something, but what if something is enchanted with it? Then it wouldn't wear off, right? (I'm no mage, so I'm not a go-to guy in situations such as these.)
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby Teinaava » June 29th, 2009, 3:16 am

The Ninja wrote:An invisibility spell wears off once you DO something, but what if something is enchanted with it? Then it wouldn't wear off, right? (I'm no mage, so I'm not a go-to guy in situations such as these.)

You can't enchant with Invisibility. If you were able to, however, then it would still probably wear off once you attacked, opened a door, etc.
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby The Ninja » June 29th, 2009, 3:29 am

Teinaava wrote:You can't enchant with Invisibility.


...Oh :? ... In the words of Shrek:

Shrek wrote:Well, that explains a lot.


Teinaava wrote:If you were able to, however, then it would still probably wear off once you attacked, opened a door, etc.


Mmmh, I'm not so sure. But, we'll never know, will we?
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby Tom » June 29th, 2009, 3:33 am

The Ninja wrote:
Teinaava wrote:If you were able to, however, then it would still probably wear off once you attacked, opened a door, etc.


Mmmh, I'm not so sure. But, we'll never know, will we?

Not until TESV... ;)
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby Teinaava » June 29th, 2009, 3:34 am

The Ninja wrote:
Teinaava wrote:If you were able to, however, then it would still probably wear off once you attacked, opened a door, etc.


Mmmh, I'm not so sure. But, we'll never know, will we?

Actually, we do know. Upon checking the wiki, I saw this:
UESP wrote:It is not possible to enchant items with Invisibility as the effect does not appear in the list when using an Altar of Enchanting. The reason for this is because, if you use the Construction Set to make the effect available for enchanting, you will become invisible, but the effect will be dispelled as soon as you do anything but move, requiring you to reequip the clothing. This is why there are no pre-enchantments or Sigil Stone in the game.

If you have the CS you could test it for youself by making a mod allowing you to enchant with Invisibility.
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Re: Your Wish List

Postby The Ninja » June 29th, 2009, 3:44 am

Rats! It doesn't make sense! Or any logic, for that matter. If you had a piece of clothing that had said effect enchanted upon it, then it should be a constant effect. But whatever.
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