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rotting corpses in doom

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by imported_onthefifty, Dec 11, 2007.

  1. hail,

    have worked my cu up to all 100's and 90.1 healing. lately i have been taking him to the undead prison in covetous to fight the 1 rotting corpse that spawns
    with the mummy in the far room. the dog though kills this corpse quite quickly, i don't even have to vet him.

    however last nite someone told me of a room in doom where two corpses spawn.
    is this true and is it a good place that i can sit in there and train healing to 100?

    also approximately the location would be great as i dont feel like running around down there as i do much of this solo.

    thanks
     
  2. imported_GFY

    imported_GFY Guest

    You could also try the ancient citidal (I thinks that's the name) in Illish. The Rotting corpse spawns near the entrance and you get paragons also.

    P.S. You'll need to heal your puppy it a paragon spawns!
     
  3. thanks for your help.

    the doom room is a little hairy given the other spawn and almost lost my dog at one point but got a gain above 90.

    heard it is slow going to 93 than picks up a bit. is this accurate?

    i saw that rotting corpse in ilsh. believe it is right before u cross the bridge to get the speckled scorps for the library quest.
     
  4. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Doom is actually a good place all around for training pets. Theres enough spell casters to get your resist skills up and enough rottings for that dreaded healing skill.
    Not that I train my pets heh... I just hunt. Poor guys will probably never have GM healing...
     
  5. joblackjon

    joblackjon Guest

    Disco is one of most useful pet training tools. Disco can adjust skill differences beween your pet and his sparing companion. After a 120 Disco (28% skill & stat loss) your pet's 90 Healing would drop to ~65. A lot easier/quicker to train down there!

    I believe it is a misconception that above 90, Cu's only gain Healing from DP. This is what I have done several times at your level: get a Shadow El, Disco the Cu and let them spar. I have 2 comps, 2 LCDs and 3 accounts so I train the pet on one setup while I play on the other. Not suggesting AFK.

    Another good way to train a Cu on both Healing and Resist: have the Discoed Cu attack Pixies (as many as she can take) stranded on the rocks in the Twisted Weal. They throw a lot of debufs, Poison and Para for Resist gains.

    But the main key is Disco!
     
  6. imported_GFY

    imported_GFY Guest

    Thats the spot.

    Also if you get into trouble (been there done that [​IMG]) you can get rezzed at the gepisy camp to the south.
     
  7. There's also a spawn with some undead (including one RC) a little ways north of the Citadel in Tokuno.