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dread horse taming skill

Discussion in 'UHall' started by Cetric, Feb 4, 2009.

  1. Cetric

    Cetric Grand Inquisitor
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    Just need some clarification, with 120 animal lore how much taming do you need to fully control a dread war horse and a greater dragon. the only calculator i found with a dread horse on it stats 104 taming 120 lore but this did not seem right as it wouldnt listen to me alot at this. Any help would be appreciated.



    Also what is the opposite of bird slayer? (taming talisman?)
     
  2. If you are wanting both Dread and a Greater Dragon, of course the dragon takes 5 slots. As far as full control. the number of owner before yourself, DOES have an effect on how well it minds. Like finding a bull in Delucia that had to be slain due to over taming. I had a pretty good greater dragon that had been sold on the auction bank steps more than a couple of times. the result was one nasty fire breathed beast with an ill temper. I went and slew countless greater to find my own companion. The result of that was a very relaxed dragon that minded much better. As a result of the time limited spawn of the dread horses this may not be an option for you case. I have a friend I gave a single owner dread to as a gift and their skills were 110 in each and never had an issue. Others may have something else to say.
     
  3. WarUltima

    WarUltima Babbling Loonie
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    110/110 will do just fine.

    There's no anti-bird slayer. No slayer talisman has an opposing slayer with the exception of the undead slayer tally which was impossible to get.
     
  4. Littleblue

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    I've had no problems with my Dread at 110 Taming/120 Lore. :)

    He was a gift from a friend, received while they were still spawning in Cove.

    I've not had any problems really with him listening, even in high spawn areas.
     
  5. I'm pretty sure that is only if the pet has gone wild or been released. Transferring a pet from one owner to another does not increase its difficulty to control.
     
  6. RichDC

    RichDC Guest

    107/120 99% control chance for GD

    109/12 94.6% control for Dread 110/120 99%
     
  7. Chaosy

    Chaosy Guest

    I failed a lot even with 110/110. With a dreadmare, I'd go no less than 110/115 unless you plan on carrying stacks of meat with you at all times. Remember that pet loyalty factors into how well it listens, and everytime you fail a command loyalty drops.