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[Chivalry] What skill needed for Sacred Journey?

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by hawkeye_pike, Apr 22, 2010.

  1. hawkeye_pike

    hawkeye_pike Babbling Loonie
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    What Chivalry skill is needed to be able to successfully use Sacred Journey? (I know that the minimum skill is 15, but with this skill you probably will fail a lot.)

    Edit: Stratic says that 65 skill is necessary for 100% success. Will it work decently well with 30 skill, too?
     
  2. loki danu

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    i think it will work ok but i would say fail 50/50!! but im not chiv used realy:gee:
     
  3. Storm

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    I ran with about 35 and seemed to do ok I but would not rely on it to escape!
     
  4. dlwiii

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    I have created a number of new characters recently, all of which use Chiv for travel. Until they get to 65, Sacred Journey fails with an annoying frequency.

    But since these characters are mostly for crafting and resource gathering, they have jewelry slots open. So I generally get chiv to 40-something, then lock it, and then add a ring and bracelet with +13 each (cheap to imbue) to get them to 66-ish.

    That way, they have enough to travel, but not enough to interfere with skill gains in other skills.