Currently, the Grim Gem is one of the few equippable items that lacks a right-click "Wear" option from the bank (it can, however, be click-and-dragged to the pocket slot from equipment panel). I would appreciate it if the Ninja Team could work their magic and allow it to be equipped this way for consistency's sake whenever they find the time-- I know it's a minor thing but it's a little bit irritating.
Tenebrisaid: why do you equip it? theres no purpose in having it equiped? it just takes up a pocket slot that could be used when doing the assignment.
you have the reaper tab so you know how many have been killed.
im confused as to why this is even wanted let alone warranting needing to be done
Being able to request new tasks remotely. If you put off your Task until after the next reset, then you can pick up a new one without leaving, which is useful with Reaper's Choice if you're wanting to repeat a task, or failing that, bosses like the Dagannoth Kings who are a long walk to get back to if you roll them again.
Yes, it takes up the pocket slot, but there are definitely times where I'd prefer to have an extra inventory slot than a pocket item.
It's also a matter of consistency. To my knowledge, it's the only equippable item that can't be equipped from the bank. It should be a quick fix for the Ninja team.
- Last edited on 02-Sep-2019 17:54:12 by The†Fate†of
Well, while the Grim Gem still lacks a right-click option to equip it from the Bank, thanks to the Bank Rework I can at least one-click it from the equipment tab, so I guess that's good enough? Still one of those little inconsistencies that irks me, but it'll do.
Consistencies are important. I understand that there are many coders--coding. Apparently there is no management and/or no one speaks to each other when they make changes. Shh...it's secret what I'm doing. Ya see when update comes out. As for equipping gems what of spirit gems? They can no longer be equipped from bank. You have to withdraw them into inventory, exit out of bank then equip. This is a serious pain in the ass.