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feel a little lonely..bought a dog lurg killed it

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by bob da builder, May 3, 2009.

  1. don't get me wrong i love my samp...but it really is all about me when i play that character. whatched someone dye today and really could not help felt a little bad so i guess what i am looking for now is what would be the best support char warrior styles. wile at the same time still being able to take care of myself :danceb: i love the dancing broccoli
     
  2. Obsidian

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    I'm running both my Sampire and ABC Archer with 80 chiv at the moment. I'll drop that once I get some of the missing 120 scrolls to complete my builds. But I'll tell you, I've rezed a bunch of people using noble sacrifice and they are always very appreciative. Even if you run your Samp with 65 Chiv, grab a +15 Chiv item and you'll be able to help folks out.

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  3. Credinus

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    Could always try to make a DPS machine as a support character:

    -120 swords
    -120 tactics
    -120 anatomy
    -100 lumberjacking
    -100 healing
    -60 chivalry
    -100 parry

    Get yourself as much HCI and DI as you can with a +30 SSI ornate axe (extra love with fireball/lightning/harm on it) and swing away. Doubt it'd be very usable solo with only 4 second bandages as healing and not much to offer in the way of defense, but you'd be packing a wallop. With 100 strength, 100% DI and 125 dex, the damage calculator shows 52 average DPS with an ornate axe under those conditions, and that's obviously not taking EoO into account. ;) Heck, you could even drop healing to 81 and parry to 69, then take Bushido up to 50 so you can get up to an extra 100% DI with perfection.
     
  4. thx for the response guys
    i think you guys are right i am
    going to incorporate both of your responses into my build.:danceb:
     
  5. Farsight

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    I presume that because you posted in the warrior forum, you want to know which warrior template is best for supporting both yourself and other templates. (I say this because my support characters are mostly mages)

    In that light, you could adjust your sampire to Lynk's template (all of the above + healing. You need significant skill gain jewels to accomplish it). I can't find the exact details, but I'm sure you get the point.

    Or you could go with the ABC archer, which lets you heal the person under attack while avoiding attack yourself. Or you could go with straight samurai (healing instead of necromancy on your template) and you'll be very good under attack as well as attacking.

    Or if you had faster casting and a good mana leech weapon, you could cross heal with chivalry. I found it quite inconvenient when I worked that way, but it is possible and very helpful if someone else is in more trouble than he can handle.

    The +chivalry item is also a good piece of advice. I used to carry around a Luna lance (uninsured, I have a ton of them) just in case people needed to be ressed.