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anyone know a good way

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by imported_catfish, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. to train magic resist on new dragons. i usually go unguilded and have two pets attack each other, but with new dragons i cant control another pet.
     
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    Gauntlet is doing nice things to my dragon's magic resist - though it has to be said that I just happen to enjoy that venue as an advanced training ground.

    If the Gauntlet isn't for you, then Ladies of the Snow, Succubi, Balrons, have all given me some success with greater dragons, too.
     
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    to train magic resist on new dragons. i usually go unguilded and have two pets attack each other, but with new dragons i cant control another pet.

    [/ QUOTE ]Put the dragon in a stable spot *(I mean a closed door so the dragon is stuck and cannot move to the caster) and have a friend get at max casting distance *(this is so he won't teleport to the caster). Have the friend cast resist gain spells (feeblemind, weaken, curse) on the dragon. You heal your buddy.
     
  4. ya the trouble with these is that they teleport HUGE distances.
     
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    Ladies of snow are my favourite resist trainers.

    Take care if you do try penning a dragon in your house, as it's conceivable that someone could page on you for it. If it's considered illegal to pen pets for provoke training, it may also apply to training a draggy's resist.

    I guess, for max gains, you could cast on your pet while it was fighting something else, then just invis before said monster died.

    Wenchy
     
  6. Get a lmc regen suit and pump out air elementals to attack it ( joking here after ) while on a boat moving , when felucca is waxing .
     
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    The fastest way is to dig up a shadow elemental, sic the dragon on the elemental, and create a UOA macro that casts clumsy, weaken and feeblemind on your dragon (if you are at 5/2 or 6/2 casting you put a delay of 600 after the target, if not, then it will be higher). You have to be in a guild if you are going to train in Trammel, and you will have to command the dragon to kill the elemental once every 90 seconds or so to keep it green. Discording the dragon is recommended.

    Every time the dragon reaches a resist skill level divisible by ten, your spells will start to fail. Simply stop casting, and don't command your dragon until it turns blue, or until two minutes have passed, whichever comes first, then you should be able to start casting again. You can have more than one person casting on your dragon, but they will all have to be in your guild if you are training in Trammel, and they will all have to have the same evaluate intelligence skill, if they don't, only the character with the highest evaluate intelligence will be able to cast spells on your pet.

    There is a chance that your dragon will turn on the characters casting on it, but all you need to do is command the dragon to kill the elemental and that should take care of it. For that reason it is advisable to train the dragon in an open area, and have the casters stand back a bit. Just don't forget to have the casters cast invisibility on themselves when you are done training.
     
  8. brilliant. i will try it. thanks for the help.
     
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    ya the trouble with these is that they teleport HUGE distances.

    [/ QUOTE ]Wasn't aware of that, I'd heard they were tele lovers, just didn't know the distance thing.

    Of course, they would need to have a landing spot [​IMG]