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- 2.1 Creating Rubble
- 2.2 Types of Rubble
- 2.2.1 Debris
- 2.2.2 Plants
- 2.2.3 Building Remains
- 2.2.4 Landscape Pieces
- 2.2.5 Clothing
- 2.2.6 Furniture
- 2.2.7 Building Attachments
- 2.2.8 Unique Items
In the later part of the invasion, Light Daemons began powering up and releasing giant explosions. It extended out about 8 tiles in all directions and destroy encompassing items. Three different outcomes could occur for an item caught inside the blast radius:
- The item would move to a new location but remain unmovable
- The item would move to a new location and become rubble, thus being picked up
- The item would disappear completely
After an item either disappears or becomes rubble, it has the chance to spawn again. If a lot of items become rubble at once they will all have a chance to spawn. If only one or two items turn to rubble, many more copies will spawn.
Types of Rubble
The most common type of rubble that could be found. In the later stages a lot of players didn't even bother to pick up the 'Dirt' type. Some Debris pieces are slightly less common than others, for example the small 'Switch'.
Among the most common type of rubble to found are plants, which come in two main varieties. The 'normal' green plants and 'scorched' grey plants. Prices (Europa Shard) vary greatly from 1k to 99k, but average among most vendors seems to be around 10k.
Remnants from destroyed buildings. The 'Stone Ruins' pieces are very common, like plants. The solid 'Wall Sections' are slightly less common.
A pair of long pants was taken on Trammel side of the Atlantic Shard that weighed in at 92 stones.
Tall back benches could be found in several different buildings. There were 9 east facing and 5 south facing. Thus, south facing benches should fetch a little higher price. Estimated value is 4-6 million per set.
Was found in The Family Jewels jewelry shop. Five of each facing existed per facet. Estimated value is between 5-20 million gold.
Three Piece Set
Was located in the Fisherman's Guild and Supplies building. Only one set per facet. Estimated value is between 10-20 million gold for a complete set.
Nine Piece Set
Two setups could be found, one in Stichin' Time tailor shop and one in Magincia's Magicka mage shop. In total, 6 center pieces, 6 south side, 6 north side, 5 east side, 5 west side, and 2 of each corner existed per facet. It is difficult to determine piece value at this time.
Four different types of sign hangers could turn to rubble. From left to right: 5 east metal small curl, 3 south metal small curl, 1 east metal large curl, and 1 south wooden sign hangers existed. Estimated worth is between 1-5 million.
Several of these could be found on the second floor of the Magincia's Magicka shop. There were 3 south facing and 2 east facing. Estimated worth is between 1 and 3 million.
These items only had one existing per facet.
Was used as part of the door barricade inside of the Merchants' Guild building. Only one existed. Estimated value 250,000 to 1 million gold.
[need information where it was and whether it was shard unique]
One was used by villagers to create a barricade. Estimated value is 2-5 million gold.
Table with Purple Runner
Was located inside the Merchants' Guild building. Estimated worth is 5-10 million gold.
The two facings of this tapestry could be found in The Stag and Lion inn. Each one is made up of 2 pieces. Estimated value is 10-30 million gold per set.
Was used as part of a large barricade. Only one existed. Value estimated a 5 to 10 million.