Talk:Plus sign

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New Content 3/18/10

It sounds like this has switched from just being a description, to additionally being a Blessed Spellbook of Identify. Getting it identifies all unknown Greater-Than objects. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Terry (talkcontribs) on 2010 March 18

Using the plus sign doesn't identify stuff in your display case (whew!), but I forgot to try sticking something in my closet. --Club (#66669) (Talk) 18:43, 2 April 2010 (UTC)

Just to note: the identification seems to be random. I fought only a swarm of lowercase As who dropped a percent sign, and when I used the plus sign, it identified the % as a mind flayer corpse, not as the royal jelly you'd expect from As. I couldn't think of a concise but complete way to state that on the main page, but at least it's here if someone has a question and looks. --Terion 01:59, 10 July 2010 (UTC)

  • Added a line to the Notes section to spell that out.  :-) --Hellion 03:01, 10 July 2010 (UTC)

Using the plus sign causes a one-time conversion of inventory items only. Items in a display case or closet are unaffected and will not be converted when subsequently moved back to inventory. --AtlanteanScion 02:07, 8 September 2010 (UTC)

I came here to check about this (and whether there was info about it at all, as if there wasn't I thought it might be a good idea to add something. Should these details be added to the article (if noone answers I might "be bold" and just do so)? Also, is it really a bug with the collossal closet? It can even be argued to be logical, as you don't have the objects on hand to identify and the book "vanishes in a puff of obsolescence". --Notsupposedtobehere 18:16, 9 October 2011 (CEST)
I don't see it as bug. Since unidentified Dungeons of Doom items in a players dc aren't affected as well, it's not entirely unforeseeable behavior. As for the impact on the game: Moving items into your Colossal Closet isn't something that happens on its own - it's an active act. While it's possible that a player might regret doing so later on, it won't make ascending impossible or delay his ascension for more than like 20 adventures at most. If I could choose a behavior I'd go for the current one. --Yatsufusa 02:26, 12 June 2012 (CEST)