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[Chivalry] Training Chivalry

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Black Sun, Sep 27, 2008.

  1. Black Sun

    Black Sun Grand Poobah
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    What's the best way to go about training Chiv? I added it to my swordsman back on day one of AOS, and he's still only at like 86 or something. I just can't seem to get it to raise. When I train I use a 100% LRC suit so I'm not wasting my tithe points. But what else is there to do except spam skills? Is it like magery? Should I be in a constant state of movement?

    He's almost maxed out skill wise, but I'd rather not take him apart and store skills until I'm done with chiv because he is my main char, and I do like to take him hunting often.

    Can anyone give me some advice please?
     
  2. Sir Kenga

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    Spam holy light non stop, get as many lmc and mana regen as u can. Very easy skill.
     
  3. Black Sun

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    should I be moving while I'm training like with magery? or could I just banksit while I do it?
     
  4. Sir Kenga

    Sir Kenga Guest

    Banksitting ok.
     
  5. Go kill Lizard Men in Despise, casting your spells as much as possible with a good Mana Leech weapon, and if you have Bushido, Honor them so you get your mana back after each kill. Not only will you get your gains, but you can also skin them for the Spined Leather to sell and make a tidy bundle of gold from selling it, but you can also get the artifact drops to sell.

    As a rule of thumb, I always try to accomplish at least 2 things wherever I go to hunt. It makes each hunting trip much more productive, and I find it saves me time down the road so I can go and do my "fun" hunting when I'm out to kill high end stuff or just screw around at a reptile champ spawn in Ilsh.