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I'm very thankful to finally have a "Loot All" button for chests; I wonder why it only took a few years, but am grateful nonetheless
On the topic of improvements, as others have already mentioned, inventory organization can be an nightmare. I'd like see a system where I can assign inventory tabs the auto-gather feature for specific types of items. For example, I could assign tab 3 to auto-gather wands and scrolls, so when I pick one up, or swap from a wand to a weapon, it gets placed in that tab (if possible). I could assign other tabs to auto-gather my weapons, jewelry, clothing, armor, potions, spell material components, or various other items I tote around.
Just a thought.
The 'B' key should take the loot, sell off what I don't need and use the proceeds to buy the best bargains off of the auction house.
As you can see, you were wrong.Originally Posted by Borror0
Originally Posted by Tolero
Tired of having to place each item from the treasure chest into your bag? You will be able to use the "Loot All" button to automatically have all the items in the chest that dropped for you placed right in your inventory with a single click! Items that bind will still ask for a confirmation prior to ending up in your inventory.
Pure class only guild on Ghallanda[Neeosporin ~ Cleric] ~ [Nickadeamus - Wizard][Neeeosporin - Cleric] ~ [PainKillr - Cleric]
Currently playing on Thelanis
What comes out of chests can go in. For the future, it would be nice if we could dump items in there. We loot all and get something we really didn't want and would rather give the rogue, we should be able to put it back and designate who it is for.
For the further future, we should have the ability to put in surprises for monsters in mid-quest chests like healing pots to nail curious undead and so forth.
Make that kind of thing a part of getting through a quest, putting the right things in the right chests, exchange the right items elsewhere, and we'd have a really versatile mechanism.
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