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Pets, Invis, Paragons oh my!!

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by Kimble, Sep 13, 2008.

  1. Kimble

    Kimble Guest

    A couple of questions, all kind of related....

    Pretty much all related to Luck and artifact chance too.....

    Scenario
    I'm a tamer, I have a Cu Sidh, I see a paragon and hide (did I say I'm also a coward?). Sidney,my Cu, then eats said Paragon (Yay!).

    Questions....

    Do I have a chance at an Arti, as I 1.did no dmg, and 2.was hidden? Do either of these facts have any bearing at all on anything?

    Okay, second Scenario....

    I have my stealther accompany me on the paragon/arty hunt, she's grouped and there to do nought but haul loot to the bank while my pet eats things. She remains hidden unless looting.

    Questions.....

    1.Does she (the stealther) have any chance at all of an arty as she never deals it dmg?
    2.How does her being in the group (with zip luck stat) affect the normal monster loot?
    3.In virtue dungeons does she have a chance at a 10th anni drop?
    4.Does she reduce the tamers chance of an arti in either of these cases?



    That's a few Q's there, if anyone can shed some light on how all this works I'd be grateful.

    Cheers
    Kim.
     
  2. NuSair

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    Yes you have the same chance as if you had did all the damage yourself (this applies to paragons only, you are nerfed in a chance to get an artie if you are hidden in an anti-vitrue dungeon).


    No. When your pet does damage, it's like you are doing the damage.

    The only luck that comes into play is the person that deals the most damage to the creature. It doesn't matter if you are in a party or not. So, no effect.

    No.

    No.
     
  3. Kimble

    Kimble Guest

    Thanks for clearing that up for me :bowdown:

    Kim.