This seems to be different on the PC; most tier 3 items made out of steel don't seem to have slots. Only Oathkeeper that I've found so far does; steel longswords don't. Note that this is on the PC version, patch 1.02. Titanium Dragon 04:02, February 1, 2010 (UTC)

I'm playing on the PC as well, and can confirm that this happens quite frequently. Many items that should have runeslots, don't have them. But there are workarounds. See Ageless#Rune_Slots for details. Personally, I can recommend the Save/Reload Method, because it's the easiest and doesn't cost you any money. However, it requires that your main character is able to equip the weapon. --M.harmless (talk) 23:00, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

Relation between material level and character level? Edit

Obviously what material levels are available are related to your characters' levels, but does anyone know what that relationship actually is (e.g., Rank 3 appears around level 10)? RobertM525 (talk) 21:24, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

I can give some rough estimates from memory. Some serious testing would be needed for more accurate information though. So treat this as a very loose rule of thumb: The first three tiers are available right from the start. After that, tier 4 will start to appear around level 6, tier 5 around level 9-11. tier 6 around level 12-14 and tier 7 around level 16-18. You will normally find items of the maximum available tier and items that are one or two tiers below. So if you are at level 11 for example, you will find some red steel weapons (tier 5), some verdium weapons (tier 4)and some steel weapons (tier 3).
I wonder if it's possible to use the toolset to figure out how exactly the scaling works. Unfortunately, I'm not that experienced with it and have no idea how to look... --M.harmless (talk) 23:00, June 21, 2010 (UTC)
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