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    [Idea] Socket Remover

    Can there be a tool that removes sockets from an item, please? Like a reverse artificer's chisel...

    It looks ugly to have items with 2 or 3 empty slots when going through the inventory and I'd gladly pay to remove them, don't know about anybody else though.

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    Bump?

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    A socket transfer item for like .10 would be cool.

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    I also like to have such a tool to remove empty sockets.

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    Why would you want that? Empty sockets pose no threat lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmStaka View Post
    Why would you want that? Empty sockets pose no threat lol
    Some of us have ocd and can't handle empty ugliness =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin(Plus)C View Post
    Some of us have ocd and can't handle empty ugliness =)
    Quote Originally Posted by Aldebaran View Post
    OR instead of an item, just add the ability to right click an item and restore it to its original state. Kind of like how you can restore items with custom names and descriptions.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vitamin(Plus)C View Post
    Some of us have ocd and can't handle empty ugliness =)
    +1
    just logged in dota2dev after sometime. I knew a thread like this exists. Yeah, something like a reverse chisel.
    I wouldn't mind if it cost less, but yes for:
    1) OC-ness sake
    2) to transfer unused slots to new craft-worthy items.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmStaka View Post
    Why would you want that? Empty sockets pose no threat lol
    I can't agree you more. lol

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    To revert an item to its original state for example.

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