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  1. Default About to step into the world of scroll infusion

    I have some questions for those that use scroll infusion.

    I have a locker full of scrolls because I knew at some point I would want to do scroll infusions. I've never done anything with them. Every time I put a scroll in the locker I write the name of the scroll and the what spells are on it, in a word doc, so I have a list of all the spells i have.

    It's a pain in the ass. Does everyone do something like this? How do you keep track of what spells you have?

    I've been reading these links on the wiki which have ben very helpful.

    https://gswiki.play.net/Scroll_Infusion_(714)

    https://gswiki.play.net/Scroll_Infus..._Documentation

    https://gswiki.play.net/Spell_Collec...roll_infusion)

    I ran into a sorcerer today in Rivers reset and he said he carries every scroll he has in a sac and rummages to find the one he needs. is that what you do?

    Are there any good scripts for infusion I should be aware of?

    Any advice for sorcerer starting to learn would be appreciated. The 3 documents on the wiki have been great.


    Lucktar level 34 sorcerer.

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    I ran into a sorcerer today in Rivers reset and he said he carries every scroll he has in a sac and rummages to find the one he needs. is that what you do?
    This is basically the best method to find a scroll with a spell on it.

    You can also use rummage to find runestones which is really useful instead of reading them. EX. "rummage my backpack runestone ag" which would grab you the ag'loenar rune for charging.

    I keep all infused scrolls in a separate container than non infused scrolls. That way I don't grab the wrong scroll and make in non infusable.

    As for the process, it's pretty simple. The wiki guide is very detailed and will get you going.

    I don't know of any scripts to automate the process, but it's not really a process that needs automating IMO.

    Here's my notes, RM# are for WL. I think it's way more concise once you've read the wiki than to refer back to it, maybe it'll help also.

    items required

    a ceramic bottle of rune ink
    a long rat-hair brush
    an aish'vrak potion
    a smooth stone

    prep for buying
    ;g bank
    withdraw 7000 silver

    buying the potion
    ;g alchemist
    order 34
    buy
    stow pot

    buying the stone
    ;g 8664
    order 18
    buy
    stow stone

    creating the rune

    get smooth stone
    read my stone
    match "There is nothing there to read."
    get ai pot
    pour pot on my stone
    get brush

    cleaning the brush
    dip my brush in my cup

    DIP MY BRUSH IN INK (you can draw 2 runestones per dip before you need to clean/redip)
    draw quiss'fyn rune (unlocker) or draw odeir'cos rune (detection) or draw ag'loenar rune (infuser)
    waitrt?
    stow brush

    Unlocking a spell

    get paper (or scroll)
    wave my stone at my paper

    Charging the scroll (make sure infusing rune is in hand)

    prep 714
    cast paper
    infuse my paper
    repeat infusing until mana dissipates message
    Last edited by Dantx; 08-09-2019 at 01:49 PM.

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    I also carry my scrolls around most of the time, only the ones I care about. Then I have an F2P alt with arcane symbols training who I put all my extra scrolls on, and they keep them in a scroll sack and can rummage for spells when I use up my primary scrolls.

    Depending on the number of scrolls you keep for infusion, you can use 704 to phase the container to weightlessness (get a rogue to add a lock to the container), and it won't be a burden encumbering you as long as you maintain the phase during hunts.
    Last edited by Maerit; 08-09-2019 at 02:49 PM.

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