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Peerless queue timer?

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by HellaFarris, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. HellaFarris

    HellaFarris Guest

    If I key a peerless and am at the stage where I can go to the peerless room - but I'm being told that the peerless is already being engaged, do I only have a certain aount of time before 'my' timer runs out?

    For example can I go back say tomorrow and get straight into the peerless on the strength that I've already keyed it?

    Edit: Less than 10 minutes later and I'm getting a message saying the Master Key has expired - surely this can't be right? I've been keyeing fro the last few hours - and all gone to waste because someone already has him engaged...? Is there some way of telling before I bother going through all the rigmarole again and wasting my time - or am I missing something? This is the first time I've keyed a peerless before.
     
  2. HellaFarris

    HellaFarris Guest

    .....anyone??
     
  3. Schuyler Bain

    Schuyler Bain Lore Master
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    Well I am not an expert on this, but here is the info I was able to find. Not sure it will answer all of your questions, but it is a starting place... at least until someone else posts better info.

    source: http://www.uoguide.com/Peerless

    snipit of info:
     
  4. Basara

    Basara UO Forum Moderator
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    Some of the peerless, you can tell by looking that someone is there, and not to drop the keys for the master key.

    Examples: Paroxysmus, Dreadhorn.

    Others it can be more difficult, but I THINK there are spots you can stand in Bedlam, the Blighted Grove and Travesty's dojo where you can see if any spawn is active in the corresponding Peerless - those spots are just exceedingly dangerous to get to, and watch, though.
     
  5. HellaFarris

    HellaFarris Guest

    Thanks for the info you two, much appreciated :)

    I'll run around inside Bedlam (the peerless I spent nearly 3 hours keying) and see if I can get a peek at any peerless action. If anyone can confirm this is possible in there and where I might have to stand to see it (I'm guessing it'll be at the far edge of the graveyard or at the very top end) I'd be very grateful.

    I was more than a bit annoyed that I put all the work in (and all the insurance it cost me) only to not be preventedfrom the end goal......