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Fellow tamers,plz tell me this...

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by Guest, Nov 20, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    As I`m walking around taming this and taming that I can`t stop thinkin bout how awsome it will be to have a dragon or white wyrm for a pet.Actually I`m even lookin forward to owning my first Mare as well.

    Can anyone plz tell me the minimum requirements to lore and tame in order to control a dragon? Not in order to tame one,but just control. I`m a long ways away I`m sure,but at least it will give me sumthing to shoot for,hehe.

    Also,can I get the same info on a mare,since that will most likely be my first useful pet.... Thanks!!
     
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  3. Llewen

    Llewen Grand Inquisitor
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    Your first really useful pet could be a pack of frenzied ostards, or a pack of hell hounds. Those aren't as sexy as mares or dragons, but they are devastating, even if they are a bit hard to keep alive. After that the next useful pet you can own would probably be a bake kitsune, and then after that, a mare.

    Heck, at lower level taming, for the fun of it, you should try a pack of bears. You might be surprised what you could do with a pack of grizzly bears. [​IMG]
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    small pets are fun!
    Me and my guild went after blood eles with packs of tame mongbats
    we actually killed a few before we got killed...then again we went naked...
    ph well, it was fun and in the end, thats what were all here for [​IMG]
     
  5. JoyousGard

    JoyousGard Guest

    I had fun with two Deathwatch beetles. Still leaves room for your horse and taming two other animals. ALthough they need to be trained a bit to fight off ogres and stuff.

    They look cool in 3d and you don't see a lot of em around so they are kind of unique. I had to dump mine though to make room in the stables. A fully trained one may be a good 1slot companion for 4slotters.