EDIT: The below is not viable, so the whole post is kind of redundant. However, I'd still like to see comments on it - I think it's obvious that the character is trying to do too much, but I have great faith in the creativity of the community Hi all, I've only been playing UO for a few weeks, and have been playing on an account which I will no longer have access to (a friend's who is reclaiming it). So I've bought myself a new copy of the game and am starting all over again. As I have limited time to play, I'd like to make just one character to do everything in game (with the exception of crafting - I will have characters for that). As hybrids tend to make suit requirements a little bit...nuts...I've tried to make a character which has no need for reagents. Without further ado: Taming (120?) Animal Lore (120?) Vetinary (100) Spellweaving (120) Chivalry (JoAT?) Necromancy (JoAT) Lockpick (120?) Mining (100?) Focus and/or Med - the remainder On soulstone - Cartography (120) The main ideas here are: - The character does not use reagents, so no need to factor LRC into a suit EDIT: With the exception of Wraith form, which I guess I can carry some regs for - I wouldn't be transforming that often) - Necromancy is used only for Wraith form, leeching mana back from damage dealt - hence JoAT - Chivalry is used only for Sacred Journey, Close Wounds, Remove Curse and Cleanse by Fire - Spellweaving will be used for mass offensive damage, as well as emergency-rez and healing over time - I'll be using a GD as a pet - The character can treasure hunt, keeping Cartography stoned most of the time, and deciphering maps en masse before stoning back again for an offensive skill - The character can solo champion spawns - Can hunt anywhere in the game I'm a little worried about a couple of things though, and any input on these questions would be appreciated. 1) I can't gate. This may or may not be a biggie - opinions? 2) Will dropping LRC requirement from the suit allow me space to fill all the other necessary reqs? Mainly MR and LMC and SDI I guess. 3) The build is tight for points, so should I look to lower some of the skill marks I am aiming for? That's why the question marks are there. 4) I can't invis - I haven't played a tamer before, but having seen them in action it seems to be Invis->All Guard->Get involved. I'd be vulnerable until the GD picked up the aggro (if it even can). Again, I guess I could use scrolls... 5) Am I missing some extremely obvious flaw here? EDIT: The more I think about this, the more I think I am going to need at least 80 Magery, and will probably dump the Chivalry idea for this. I am however curious to see the opinions of the veterans and the solutions they can come up with Thanks! Sin.