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Old 12-01-2009, 12:50 AM   #1
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Default Saving inventory space when resourcing

Ok so I didn't see this posted anywhere so please tell me if it is posted elsewhere.

Here's the situation. I have lvl 8 foraging, and was killing mobs in plains in order to obtain berries tiers 1-3. Pretty straight forward. So I get a few stacks of 25 (my item stacking is 20 atm), and find another elderberry(tier 1 if you don't know ur berries or have never gotten one from Abel), so it goes in my last inventory space. My storage happens to be full as well, so no more room. I kill another mob, and try to forage again, it tells me not to resource when inventory is full as expected.
So I have my enchanting rod in my inventory, so I decide to see what happens when I place the single elderberry in the top right corner, hoping to downgrade it or destroy it, but neither of those happen. What happens, is that elderberry(since downgrading failed of course) was placed on top of a stack of 25, creating a stack of 26 in my inventory, above my item stacking limit. Not really an exploit, but a bug that atm is beneficial to those ppl who go resourcing and get too many lvl 1 berries(or possibly other resources). This also works when inventory is NOT full.

Yes afterward I had to split the stack back to 25/1 before being able to use it...as expected.

Dunno if this is intended or not, I can post screenies if need be.

Edit: I have checked hides from animals, and they do NOT go over the limit...so at first thought, this seems to be simply a foraging bug. I plan on checking others tomorrow to double check. BTW, I now have a stack of 100 elderberries...at lvl 19

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Old 12-01-2009, 12:53 AM   #2
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Wow. Thats interesting.
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Old 12-01-2009, 12:58 AM   #3
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give her TCs ... and then give them to me storm
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Here's the screenie of my awesome lvl 95 item stacking...at lvl 19

And here's the process as I was bored this evening/morning:



Edit: Resized
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Old 12-01-2009, 06:42 AM   #5
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Here's the screenie of my awesome lvl 95 item stacking...at lvl 19

And here's the process as I was bored this evening/morning:



Sorry they're small...how do I make them bigger?
there is nothing there...
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Old 12-01-2009, 12:19 PM   #6
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theres a stack of 100 elderberries in her inventory that she made
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There are modifiers that alter drop chance when you go AFK based on what you do when gone. We will list them here:
  • Fix and eat a sandwich +15%
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  • Urinate +20%
  • Finish your homework +10%
  • Stand on your head for 5+ minutes +33%

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notice the stack of 36 ... it appeared while i was scaling



i only have 30 itemstacking so i shouldnt be able to have that stack
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Old 12-02-2009, 05:09 PM   #8
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Ok so I've checked a few other resources that I had tools around for. This doesn't work with twigs, ore, silks, or threads. So it really appears to be a foraging only bug, and the +1 for scales.
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Ok, just found another similiar bug in foraging, when making dyes they don't start new stacks...the stack keeps increasing above itemstacking. I now have 33 tea dyes stacked, with item stacking still at 20, for a max stack size of 25.
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So as I was making cloths, some more weird stacking happened...keep in mind, item stacking at 20, for stacks of 25:



There is a stack of 28 hammock threads(from spinning) and 30 garden cloths(from using loom), no trading or anything was involved, yet they stack higher than i can stack. Also, after those stacks were made, I was seeing how high I could get them, and the new stacks(top right of picture) were started...so it seems to be hit and miss.

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