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Looking for Help on Training Cu's Healing

Discussion in 'UHall' started by EnigmaMaitreya, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. EnigmaMaitreya

    EnigmaMaitreya Crazed Zealot
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    I have this great Cu, everything is GM'd but Healing.

    PLEASE READ IT ALL as there is history here.

    I had it trained to 90and wasn't getting any gains after that.

    Some advice was given that I should do the Rotting Corpses.

    I went and did that and within the first 3 RC's the healing in fact did go up 0.1

    I did maybe 1 to 2 dozen more and went todo something else.

    Well the Cu gets killed and everything drops 0.1 so Healing is back to 90.0

    I get everything else up to GM in short order. Healing is still 90.0

    Ok, now a month later and some 200+ (if you don't believe that is your problem but please constrain your advice as if you did beleive it) RC's later and not a single gain in Healing. It is still 90.0

    I am convinced the Cu is bugged. I have recieved conflicting advice.

    Disco it and NO Disco wont do squat.

    Any advice here on what to do next? While a recommendation of Keep On Killing them thar Rotting Corpses will be heard, with each and every one the deafness increases.
     
  2. Resu Cigam

    Resu Cigam Guest

    I have a full trained Cu, all 100's.

    I did try RC's, but only gained healing til about 92.

    What I ended up doing was going by the Swoops. I'd have dog attack Pixies on Rocks while getting dog discorded by trapped Satyr.

    You can attack the Satyr, then invis. With patients, the Satyr will come over to you and get "stuck" by the rocks.

    Order your dog to attack the Satyr, then right away attack a stuck pixie on the rocks.

    The Pixie will stay put, the Satyr will stay put and your dog will gain. Quickly.

    Make sure to feed your dog from time to time, and don't move, because the stuck satyr will move and attack dog.

    I got to 100 in about 4-5 hours of doing this over 3 days.
     
  3. Snakeman

    Snakeman UO Forum Moderator
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    Thats the suggestion I was going to give OR, if you have a friend that's a discorder have the dog guard you and do the same, then with the pixies on the rocks have dog attack them outa reach, this is easier because friend will stay there (if he's nice)
     
  4. Hunter Moon

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    I had the same thing with the RC. I did them for hours and hours and not one single gain in healing on my Cu. I was even doing the paragon ones thinking they would surely give gains and nada. My Cu was also GM in all other skills and 90 in healing at the time so maybe that has something to do with it?

    Hunter Moon [HOT] Atlantic
     
  5. EnigmaMaitreya

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    Ok, I have 2 accounts and I am raising a Bard on the other account.

    IF I can Disco my Cu and I am at the Shadow Elemental will I raise the Cu's Healing or does it need top be the combination of the Satyr and Pixie.

    I used the Satyr to GM Lock Picking so I am familure with that guy.
     
  6. galefan2004

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    They do wall, but it shouldn't be to the point that 200 rotting corpses never moved it.

    Whoever told you to do rotting corpses must have not told you that you don't actually kill them. I know it sounds boring, but you simply let the rotting corpse hit away on your pet as it is healing while you don't actually kill it. The poison cures is what makes the best gains for the pet at 90 healing, so make sure you aren't curing the poisions yourself, and just let the rotting corpse wack away on the Cu. That being said, training healing on a Cu is such a pain that the only pet that I actually care about dieing is my Cu. It would be nice if was easier to train healing on the Cus.