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Loving my build.. now what?

Discussion in 'UHall' started by sirrojen, May 1, 2009.

  1. sirrojen

    sirrojen Guest

    So I am loving my wraith samurai, and I have killed dreadhorn 3 times in a row without dieing, not gonna lie came close a couple of times, but never actually oooooo'd. Died a buncha times getting the keys due to accidently pulling too many mobs, but I am persistant and don't give up till I win!

    My build is 120 mace/tacs/ss/bushido/anatomy and 80 chiv 40 necro with great gear.

    So I am wondering what my next target should be, taking into consideration the difficulty of getting keys and the difficulty of the peerless, what would yall suggest to be easier overall between the monsterous interrred grizzle and chief paroxymos, I want loot off of both of those really bad.

    Any suggestions would be welcome as I can't seem to find any one on Sonoma to do PVM with.
     
  2. get ready for over powered followed up by nerf rants. thats what.:thumbsup:
     
  3. sirrojen

    sirrojen Guest

    In my honest opinion tamers are the ones that are overpowered.
     
  4. Ender

    Ender Crazed Zealot
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    I called the wraith being nerfed after the vamp embrace was "nerfed". I bet it still comes soon.

    And yeah, wraith kicks ass. Only time I ever die to Dread using it is when I completely forget to watch the screen and I'm just mashing keys. And that's with an unfinished character too.
     
  5. Fumoffu

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    Hmm

    I found this on youtube. I think it's a guy with similar template as you fighting in paroxymus. Im not sure though cause I never been there :) Just got back to this game myself.

    If you read the comments, I think the guy has a similar template as you and he lists his items. Also and from looking at what he tagged, in his description it has paroxymus. I don't speak korean so i'm just guessing that he's doing paroxysmus.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4ca-yu5e5o
     
  6. Sarsmi

    Sarsmi Grand Poobah
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    I am a melee idiot. I would require skills to be overpowered a lot more than they currently are if I'm ever to solo a peerless. I can't imagine I'm the only one out there either...

    Anyways, congrats to the OP! "Solo a peerless" isn't even on my list of things to do, that is how unlikely it is for me to expect to ever manage it.
     
  7. Setnaffa

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    Have you considered PvP? All monsters are easy compared to a human opponent.
     
  8. Madrid

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    Try Meraktus , Rikktor or Prince Paroxysmus.

    The Putrefier ranks right up there with those 3 in terms of lethality and is not to be taken lightly either.

    Congratulations on Dreadhorn!

    Solo'ing Bosses/Champions is what has really kept my interest in UO for the last year or so. It's alway fun experimenting and testing what will work and what won't work.

    Good luck on your future Challenges!:thumbsup:
     
  9. sirrojen

    sirrojen Guest

    I agree with you 100% Madrid, I would not even play this game still if not for the awesome challenging PVM. My permanent crutch for disliking pvp is that it never seems to be a fair fight, I love 1 vs 1 pvp or team based pvp but every time I get ganked by 3 or more people I lose desire to ever pvp again in any game ever.
     
  10. Whinemaker

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    I'd suggest Paroxysmus. The keys are not as hard to obtain (don't really have to run all over the place like in Twisted Weald, but you do have to survive Putrefier), and the boss in a sense is pretty much the same, but make sure you have a LOT of HP because he can easily hit you for 100 even at all 70 resist. Also potions, lots of them.

    If you want REAL challenge, try playing a warrior without necromancy :p (NOT being sarcastic)