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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #1

In the 2019 adventuring season, players will venture into a dark swamp, then into a jungle temple, and then finally to the Infernal Pit to face off against the dreaded Mind Slayer!

I hope you like the new 2019 Ultra Rares!


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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #2

The tokens look great!

Couple things I noticed
Lute of Fury needs hands icon
The left year icon on the Shaman's Belt is noticeably smaller.
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #3

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Very bummed to see the time loose its auto pass skill check. That was unique, as a slotless focus item it's a powerful auto include but not nearly as unique.
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #4

Hi Jeff,

I hope you'll reconsider and add back in the auto-pass on skill tests for Gregor's Tome. That was my favorite part of that token. You can certainly make it optional, so if someone still wants to do the skill tests they can.

Thanks,
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #5

Mike Steele wrote: Hi Jeff,

I hope you'll reconsider and add back in the auto-pass on skill tests for Gregor's Tome. That was my favorite part of that token. You can certainly make it optional, so if someone still wants to do the skill tests they can.

Thanks,
Mike


I absolutely agree I’d like to see it added back in
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #6

Bob Chasan wrote:

Mike Steele wrote: Hi Jeff,

I hope you'll reconsider and add back in the auto-pass on skill tests for Gregor's Tome. That was my favorite part of that token. You can certainly make it optional, so if someone still wants to do the skill tests they can.

Thanks,
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I absolutely agree I’d like to see it added back in


As someone with a bad memory I agree :)
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #7

Jeff321 wrote:

Bob Chasan wrote:

Mike Steele wrote: Hi Jeff,

I hope you'll reconsider and add back in the auto-pass on skill tests for Gregor's Tome. That was my favorite part of that token. You can certainly make it optional, so if someone still wants to do the skill tests they can.

Thanks,
Mike


I absolutely agree I’d like to see it added back in


As someone with a bad memory I agree :)


I've had party members refuse to play Wizard entirely because they were afraid of the skill test, as their memories weren't great (nor is mine). It would be WONDERFUL to have this token as an option for them to use. I think more players would play those classes if they have this token with the auto-pass option on it. And if we have Wizards that enjoy the skill test (as I think at least one does), they can still do them. :)
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #8

The difference in passing a skill check is usually 3 points anyway, isn't it?

I feel like a flat +2 is a good middle ground.
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #9

Jeff, should the UR Shaman token also be a necklace? It seems a bit odd for a UR Belt to transmute to a Relic necklace. I'm OK either way, it seems like a really good option for the Druid.
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #10

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Mike Steele wrote: Jeff, should the UR Shaman token also be a necklace? It seems a bit odd for a UR Belt to transmute to a Relic necklace. I'm OK either way, it seems like a really good option for the Druid.


The rogue boots are still boots at UR to so I suspect it may be by design.
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #11

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Can we lose 1 weapon and get one 1 helm or 1 helm for the blessed redoubt helm. There are 2 weapons from last year still available and 3 this year while there has not been a helm or helmet available since the blessed redoubt helm became a transmute.
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2019 Ultra Rare Token Images! 1 year 3 weeks ago #12

Another request for the Tome to return to Autopassing tests.

I was getting excited about the chance to even attempt some other classes... without making the rest of the party suffer for my so-so memory!
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