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Dumb Question About Stats!

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Malkon, Jul 31, 2009.

  1. Malkon

    Malkon Guest

    Easiest way to raise Strength and Dex....made new character and its been awhile lol.
  2. Farsight

    Farsight Crazed Zealot
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    May 12, 2008
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    Lock int.
    Train Parry from 0-100 (takes a little more than an hour)
    Train resist from 0-100 (takes a little more than an hour)

    Your stats should be perfect at that point.

    Set focus to up
    Set meditation to up
    Lock int
    Train chivalry to whatever you want it to be.
    At that point, your strength at least, should be where you want it.

    Afterwards, flush or soul stone unwanted skills.

    Alternative #2:
    If you are already skill capped, set whatever skills you have at the max to up (i.e. if you have 100 tactics out of a possible 100, set tactics to up). Use that skill (In the tactics case, fight things). That should raise your dex and strength even faster than the "train parry, resist, focus, meditation" method.

    Alternative #3, aka old school method:
    See-sawing skills still works. First skill cap your character in any skills. Train 10-20 points in a str/dex skill (like arms lore), set that skill to down and raise a different str/dex skill 10-20 points. Set that skill to down and raise the first skill again. Repeat until done.
  3. Malkon

    Malkon Guest

    Thanks for the reply! I do have all my skills maxxed out except for parry. So training parry and stats at the same time would be awesome! What way would you advise in training parry 0-100 in an hour?
  4. Farsight

    Farsight Crazed Zealot
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    May 12, 2008
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    Again, I have two options.

    Option 1: find about 8 different sheep.
    Take your armor off.
    Carry a weapon that isn't your main weapon type (i.e. if you're a swordsman, use a dagger)
    Some people carry shields, some don't. If you carry a shield, take a lot of them along. If you don't, then take a lot of weapons along.
    Attack sheep.
    Don't kill sheep (tab out)
    Heal yourself.

    Alternative 2:
    Go to the Jhelom fighting pits
    Disarm all female warriors that aren't under guard protection (you can't currently hire them, or so I've heard, or you could move about 20 of them to the pit and disarm them.
    Remember, only use the female ones.)
    Carry a shield and a weapon you aren't proficient in.
    Get the unarmed female warriors to attack you.
    Don't bother with healing, they won't do damage.
    Switch shields when one breaks.