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Discussion in 'UO Siege Perilous' started by Luka Melehan, Jan 19, 2010.
on my imbue ingredient vendor, iantown abbey, for 20K
Ok man, I bought the damn egg and had no idea what I had instore for myself.
I took it home and hatched it in my private house then all hell broke loose.
It left my house and took me on a 45 min run to tame the damn thing. It teleported thru Keeps, Castles, and even a damn bank one time. It took me over 30 mins before it even let me a 1/2 screen near the thing. And when it did let me get close it seemed to know to stop right by a friggen black wisp or some such thing each time.
So its tamed and I have a tamer working it up too 4 GM for me. I hope it worth it.
Stupid adventure when you least expect it. Bah
hehe, I chased my first one all over Malas. Fortunately I was able to trap it against the black void. Perhaps I will include instructions next time.
Hey what color was it compared to the shell color?
It was the same bright pink as the shell.
Guardian KX / King Edward is working it up now. Said hes already found out a mystery about it that makes it gain skill thats not showing (???). Go ask him about it's gaining skill. He started explaining to me and I just got lost.
i think the trick is to make your house public and if you can make a small room to hatch it in. then after you tame reprivate your house.
yeah, should have mentioned that in the original post.
HOW Do you DYE the Coops????? I unlocked em, tryed with furny and it says not furniture...tryed with reg tub and it didnt work.
I cant figure it out..
Did you try stains?
no................someone knows how............*NUDGES HER*
I always hatch mine (now after several incidents of runaway chickens) on a small island or in an enclosed field (like the ones near Moonglow). Had none get away since I started that. By the by, is there a "rare" color for battle chickens like there is for cu's?
I just dyed my coops with plant dye. They can also be made with diff types of wood.