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[Healing] Does high anat still slow heal gains?

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Kdog7777, Nov 18, 2008.

  1. Kdog7777

    Kdog7777 Guest

    Hey all. Workin healing up from 100-120. I have 120 anat already, and around 110 heal my gains have almost totally ceased. Ive done all my training by just healing dmg, not ghosts or poison, so i realize it will be slower than a ghost, but it seems to have stopped completely.

    So my questions are 1: Do I absolutely need to be healing a ghost now?
    and 2: If I stone anatomy and stick with just healing dmg, will my healing gains improve?

    Thanks for any info,
  2. 5% Luck

    5% Luck Guest

    I havent worked healing/anat in a long while but i remember if you locked you anat at 79.9 you could practice healing on a ghost all day for gains.
  3. Setnaffa

    Setnaffa Certifiable
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    Sep 13, 2004
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    I've gone to 110 by healing myself and my Anatomy was at GM most of the time I was training. I would think rezzing would speed up the gains, but I believe you can go all the way to 120 healing yourself. I don't believe Anatomy matters since only your healing skill effects success or failure (though you need some anatomy to even be able to cure or rezz).
  4. GFY

    GFY Guest

    Best way to get to 120 fast is have a friend stand next to you as a ghost and let you rez them. Just have the friend keep refusing to rez and you can gain fairly quickly.
  5. You could also get yourself a few kegs of greater or deadly poison and drink a pot to poison yourself, then heal yourself of the poison. Curing poison seems to give a better chance at gains than healing damage.