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    So pendants have been fixed! YAY. Your old pendants are likely broken. Boo...

    Also pendants being added to jewelry is still broken. Boo...

    But what do we have going on here, what do I mean by that they are fixed? Well let's hop on over to the Jeweler Shop and walk you through the steps you'll need to do as a jeweler to make a pendant and see what you end up getting.
    1. First you need some metal. On a story coders pay, I'll just get a small copper bar.
    2. Also will need a gem. So poor as a SC so I'll just get some jasper. I got banded jasper.
    3. You of course already have your gem cutting machine and jeweler's knife right?
    4. Shape that bar into a clasp. Give it an etching if you want. I'm etching mine into lovebirds.
    5. Cut your gem. I'm cutting mine into a heart. Oh how lovely.
    6. Add your gem to your clasp. Oooh a pendant.
    7. Shape your pendant if you want. I'm shaping mine into a wolf. Oooh dangerous.
    Now let's take a look at the finished product:
    > You look at your banded jasper wolf pendant.
    A heart-shaped shaped banded jasper pendant hanging from a wolf shaped copper clasp.
    > You examine your banded jasper wolf pendant.
    A heart-shaped shaped banded jasper pendant hanging from a wolf shaped copper clasp, etched with a pair of lovebirds.
    This banded jasper wolf pendant appears to be of unsurpassed quality.
    > You look at a wolf shaped copper pendant's clasp.
    A wolf shaped copper clasp.
    > You examine a wolf shaped copper pendant's clasp.
    A wolf shaped copper clasp, etched with a pair of lovebirds.
    This banded jasper wolf pendant appears to be of unsurpassed quality.
    > You look at a heart-shaped shaped banded jasper set into the pendant.
    The heart-shaped shaped banded jasper hanging from a copper clasp.
    > You examine a heart-shaped shaped banded jasper set into the pendant.
    The heart-shaped shaped banded jasper hanging from a copper clasp.
    This heart-shaped shaped banded jasper set into the pendant appears to be of outstanding quality.
    Isn't that such a lovely pendant? Why the two quality levels though you might ask. Well the clasp is unsurpassed quality and the gem is outstanding quality. Seems straightforward enough to me. But what's this about old pendants perhaps being broken? Well due to the way the code was written before your old pendant if made with the exact same materials as this might now look like this:
    A copper pendant hanging from a wolf shaped metal clasp.
    That's of course just silly so if you have a pendant that looks like that, you have two options. Throw it out and have some jeweler make you a brand new pendant. Or two file an assist and we can perhaps fix it. I say perhaps because some details on your pendant might have just never even made it over in the first place let alone correctly. So unless this pendant of yours has some specific sentimental value to you, you might be better just getting a new one made.

    Request of jewelers: After you've made up a cool pendant come take a look over here to see if the item you want to add the pendant to has been adjusted to work right. If it has you are good to go, add that pendant to that thing. If it hasn't just file an assist along the lines of, "Has X been adjusted to work with pendants correctly?" and if it hasn't yet we'll get it fixed up and added to the list and let you know you are good to go. Please do not add the pendants to items not on the list or you will lose details and it will be a hassle to fix.

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    Items that can have pendants added safely without losing details:
    • None yet sorry.

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