Most of you know the sheep training method for parry and there's plenty of threads about it for those of you who don't, so I'm not going to explain how to do it in this thread. This thread is dedicated to tips for making that training even EASIER. If you've ever done the sheep training technique, you know that the two weaknesses of the method are: 1) equipment damage and 2) constant healing needed once equipment breaks. Well, here's an easy way to get around those two flaws: First, do your training in horrific beast form. Just get to 40 necromancy and use a scroll to cast it for ease if you have to. The HP regen of this form is very nice. To accompany the regen, get a bracelet of health (if you're lucky, you'll find an old cursed one cheap; I snagged one for a mere 50k). This is actually all you will need if you're human; if you're elf, go ahead and get either a trinket with 2 hp regen (totem of the void, for instance) or a ring with 2 hp regen. Of course, you can always have both if you want to be extra healthy. Second, do your training with GM+ resisting spells. This is easy to obtain and everyone should have it on a soulstone anyway. GM gives you 40% physical resist with no armor on, which means the sheep will not do more than 1 damage per hit to you. Using these simple steps, your natural health regen will completely outdue the damage the sheep will be doing, and you won't need any armor thanks to the resisting spells. Stack those sheep up, sit back, and watch your parry max out without any assistance.