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Best non-animal taming pet

Discussion in 'UO Napa Valley' started by Richard Pryor, Nov 9, 2008.

  1. Hello smart people - I am trying to figure out what the best pet for a non-animal taming person is (zero skill in animal taming). Any input would be greatly appreciated. Unless you're going to insult my mother. I don't need that kind of input.
     
  2. Lady Mana

    Lady Mana Guest

    Easy. Get married or get a golem xD
     
  3. Farsight

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    There's a lot of depends in the answer:
    If you have 100 bushido, then it's a lesser hiryu.
    If you're a miner, then it's a fire beetle.
    If you want to carry a lot of loot, then it's a blue beetle.
    If you want damage reduction, then it's a swamp dragon (with player crafted barding)
    If you're a necromancer, then you can't go wrong with bake kitsune (but you can't bond them without taming skill)
    If you want to collect demon bones or do IDOCs, then pack horses are pretty good there.

    Then you can always do the typical super-chicken, trained squirrel, trained cow oddness, but they won't help much.
     
  4. I just need a swamp dragon now!
     
  5. Sunrise

    Sunrise Guest

    LoL..thats bad...but so good LoL
     
  6. Kirthag

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    BWAAHAHAHAHAHAAH!!!

    Mana!! That is the funniest and the best thing I've read on the forums ever!!!

    You are the wisest of the wise!!!

    To the OP: a horse.. gets you around and if trained well will actually save your life in a tight spot!