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Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by GL_Seller, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. GL_Seller

    GL_Seller Guest

    So how do u not flag by using ur pet seriously? The guy im fighting is grey i sick pet on after a while and i go grey get guard whacked.

    Yet everyday i fight reds who use pets and they fight me all the time in guards and never get whacked even if the fight is 10 minutes long. So how do you not get guardwhacked/get counted by using ur pet to defend you in pvp?
  2. RichDC

    RichDC Guest

    Youre really having problems with your tamer!!!

    Maybe you should go back to a mage lol

    Honestly i have no idea, i can only assume that the person has invised and unflagged or something like that.
  3. Wenchkin

    Wenchkin Babbling Loonie
    Stratics Veteran Alumni

    May 16, 2008
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    Sounds like he flagged blue again and your pet then made an attack on a "blue" and got you in trouble. I'm no PvP expert, but that's what it sounds like to me.

  4. Turdnugget

    Turdnugget Guest

    From what i've gathered 'heard', there is a timer on being grey... although you attack the person who is grey. If you do not immediately use your pet, it may go grey.

    Example: You attack Joe, Joe is grey. You are now criminally flagged only to Joe. Your pet Bill is off screen... a couple minutes of fighting insues, you run back to your pet Bill, Joe is still grey to you. You say, Bill Kill, however, Joe, although grey to you, is currently blue to your pet Bill, thus flagging you as a criminal to all, allowing you to be guardwhacked.

    That is how I understand it.