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sampire question

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by frostbolt, Jan 30, 2010.

  1. frostbolt

    frostbolt Seasoned Veteran
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    im supposed to have 60 chivalry right? for a sampire.

    unfortunately my account is not old enough and only has 700 max skills

    so i was wondering if 55 were enough to not fail 100% of the time on all necessary spells or is 60 a must?

    cause if i have to get 60 then i would loose out on 2 ring slots being that my real skill is at 40

    oh and is there like.. a cast chance calculator for chivalry and everything besides magery..i cant seem to find one
     
  2. You can have 55 and be able to cast Cons Wep, Divine Fury, and EoO, but the failure rate on EoO will be so high that it will end up hurting more than helping. You'll even have a pretty high failure rate on Cons Wep, which will end up killing you.
     
  3. NickyDishes

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    be more specific on loosing out on jewel slots.....real skill 40 but what is on ur jewels?
     
  4. frostbolt

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    ok so i found out the skill calculations for chivalry. but is 60 really enough? i mean most of the spells like eoo are going to fail alot..
     
  5. He's trying to say that in order to add the extra 20 points to get to 60 Chiv he'd have to use 2 mod slots on his ring & brace for them.
     
  6. Since you'll need to use the 2 mod slots anyway, you may as well go ahead and max the skill if the weights on the jewels will allow it with the other mods you plan on putting on them.