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New Slayers Questions

Discussion in 'UO Time of Legends' started by Pinco, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. Pinco

    Pinco UOEC Modder
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    2 question about the new slayers Dinosaur and Myrmidex:
    are they considered super-slayer (like talismans) or normal? (perhaps dinosaur is part of the reptile family?)
    does they have any opposite?

    Thanks
     
  2. Storm

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    This is what Kyronix had to say not much info"Eodon slayer effects most creatures in the Valley of Eodon, making you vulnerable to everything else."
     
  3. Pinco

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    ...and reptile slayer effects something while you take more damage from something else :lol:
     
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  4. Kyronix

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    Dinosaur and Myrmidex are both considered super slayers.

    Dinosaur slayer makes you vulnerable to myrmidex.

    Myrmidex slayer makes you vulnerable to tigers.
     
  5. Pinco

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    perfect, thanks :)
     
  6. Pinco

    Pinco UOEC Modder
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    it seems I missed the Eodon Tribe Slayer...
    I make a guess: super slayer, makes you vulnerable to dinosaurs?
     
  7. Kyronix

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    Eodon Tribe slayer is a super slayer, it makes you vulnerable to non-tribal creatures in Eodon. Eodon Slayer is a super slayer, works on everything in Eodon and makes you vulnerable to non-eodon "born" creatures.
     
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  8. DJAd

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    Does the turtle champ have a slayer? I tried the new hunting bow artifact drop and my normal non-slayer bow does more damage.
     
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  9. Drizzt

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    There are dragon turtle protection 40% earrings...may help with the incoming damage...
     
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    Which is kind of funny, considering the Allosaurus and Dimetrosaur are also vulnerable to Reptile Slayer.
     
  11. DJAd

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    It's the outgoing damage I was hoping to boost with that new bow :-(
     
  12. Drizzt

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    I used archer in there on a couple dozen charmps...always used reptile slayer on dinos, 100 energy on everything else. Turtle though, want to say I still used the cold reptile slayer. What works the most efficient is to be looting as the champ progresses, and collecting the red berries...eat them while doing the turtle, boosted my hits to 300+ instead of 60s (honoring)...haven't tried it again since they revamped the turtle, but hear the berries still have the same effect.
     
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