robbo56

Legendary Salvage Guide

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Hi,

I noticed that there are some missing items relating to necromancer builds in the Salvage Guide - is this something that can be fixed soon?

 

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3 hours ago, robbo56 said:

Hi,

I noticed that there are some missing items relating to necromancer builds in the Salvage Guide - is this something that can be fixed soon?

 

Thanks

Hey, could you please specify which items are missing?

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22 minutes ago, robbo56 said:

possibly just bone ringer.  i thought steuarts grieves as well but they are in there

 

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Bone RingerBone Ringer is there as well. Inarius Bone Storm Necromancer is listed next to it.

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I'm supposed to be implementing an easy search system in this guide, but haven't had the time to do it :(

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