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    Default Can +TD be enchanted?

    I've got some full leather with +7 TD and moderately resistant to disruption attacks. Can it be enchanted? I tried using an ayveneh potion on it first because I figured it was needed, but it just evaporated. I then went ahead and used my dirtokh potion on it and it also evaporated. Am I missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrant-201 View Post
    Nope
    Damn. Is that mentioned anywhere on Wiki? Cause if not, it should be. I tried looking but couldn't find anything that mentioned it.

    So if +TD armor can't be player enchanted, is it worth keeping it (4x, +7 TD) or just get something else I can enchant to 7x? The armor is for my mage. Should I maybe just keep it and try to have it padded, or can the smithy not add padding to it either?

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    Smithy can pad pretty much anything.

    I have more issues with warding than attacks, so I would trade 15 DS for 7 TD. But my main is a warrior, not a mage.
    Last edited by JNewhall; 02-20-2018 at 06:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNewhall View Post
    Smithy can pad pretty much anything.

    I have more issues with warding than attacks, so I would trade 15 DS for 7 TD. But my main is a warrior, not a mage.
    Thanks for the feedback. I'm curious on what the range of +TD armor there is out there. From what I've heard, with the inherent +7 TD plus getting it ensorcelled, it should be pretty great for helping to protect against magic attacks. But is leather with an inherent +7 TD on the low, mid, or high end of armors that have built in +TD?

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    If I'm remembering correctly, once upon a time in the ages of yore, ensorcell was going to be exactly like enchanting, but for TD, with 2 TD per ensorcell level. Luckily they went for CvA instead, because that system, while opening up +TD items to enchanting, would have had them stuck at 10x for both combined. So like, +25AS and +10TD would have been a 10x weapon.

    Now, this would have helped your situation, in that you'd have been able to enchant your armor, although it would have been considered 8x and stupid expensive.
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    You can always enchant it with premium points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khorpulent View Post
    You can always enchant it with premium points.
    TD adds 100 PPs to the cost of enchantment, for each point of TD.
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