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    Default Mark of Cannith Question

    I haven't tried this yet, can someone who has post a definitive answer?

    If I have an existing crafted item with something slotted in an Augment slot and I want to add another effect by applying a mark of cannith, does the item stay as is, including the slotted augment, and just add the third effect?

    Thanks in advance

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    yes. You will simply add the additional crafting option to the existing item.

    Also, if you prepare and item for crafting Augments will remain as well.

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    Just want to confirm what Enoach said. Your augment will remain unchanged, whether filled or not, by applying a mark of cannith. It is perfectly safe.
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    That's fantastic, thanks to you both for confirming!

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    Also, deconstructing an item with an augment slot will preserve the augment slot as well as any slotted augments.
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