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Postby Elystole » Sat Jun 21, 2014 7:05 am

Does anyone know how to adorn a finished item with metal studs? Is there a quality restriction or something?

I'll put a metal bar on the worktable along with my item and try 'lcraft adornment studded' and it'll tell me that I need a gemstone.
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Re: Metal-Studded

Postby jilliana » Mon Jun 23, 2014 9:40 pm

Not sure if you got your answer elsewhere..and if not apologies for the lateness of mine.
I believe (and I am willing to stand corrected) I saw a certain favored blacksmith repair some copper-studded gloves at the forge in Mistral Lake. From that I would assume that it's not possible to stud, but that that type of thing would be considered plate.
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Re: Metal-Studded

Postby Kent » Thu Jul 31, 2014 6:23 pm

The copper-studded gloves are store-bought (brigandine) from Shadgard.

I too would like to request to be able to metal stud my leather products, please.

Purely cosmetic would be fine.

What would be even better would be to stud leather armor and make it brigandine.
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