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Couple of Loyalty questions...

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by HellaFarris, Nov 14, 2009.

  1. HellaFarris

    HellaFarris Guest

    If I find a bonded pet that is beginning to go wild, what is the timescale of each level of loyalty drop? I presume it's owner is logged off.

    Also - to save the owner some heartache at a lost pet, I read that a ghosted pet cannot lose loyalty, if I get the pet killed in some way - does that mean the owner will have his ghost back and be able to res it without it going wild beforehand?

    The only other option for this I can think of is to wait for it to go wild, tame it myself and try (goodness knows how) to find it's rightful owner.

    Bearing in mind the pet it is I'd be very surprised if it's been left to roam and go wild deliberately.
  2. Drazasamus

    Drazasamus Guest

    unless it is a pack animal, the pet will be auto stabled with the owner when they log off.

    a pack animal will be auto stabled as long as their pack is empty, otherwise they will go wild.
  3. HellaFarris

    HellaFarris Guest

    Panic over - the owner came and claimed it. He had logged off - and was as confused as I about why the pet was not with him, and he had 0 followers.

    Still like to know the answers to my questions above though if anyone can shed some light, I seem to have a knack of coming across pets that are turning wild.