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Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by Banner, Dec 20, 2009.
What or where is the best place or monster that I could go solo and train my white dragon....
Tokuno Mines, stick it on a Shadow Elemental, they take no damage from pets.
Is it a safe enough place for just me and my dragon?? Is it very far to go just in case i need a rez??
It's not too bad - generally I run through the mines, as the shadow elemental is tucked away in the back a bit. Just avoid everything as you run through
and you can also train resist on the Sphinx!
dont believe the shadow eles give ya any...
There is a healer stationed literally right outside of the mine. But there is also two earth elementals and a yomotsu warrior waiting to res-kill you, so you have to be quick on your feet to survive ressurection.
Otherwise, the moongate is about a minute's walk from the mine.
And as long as you pay attention and avoid other conflict, it isn't likely that you'll be killed down there. You'll only run into trouble if you go AFK or try to fight several yomotsu creatures at once.
The alternative is to look at the stickied pet training guide on this forum and train your pet on appropriate skilled monsters.
BTW they're white wyrms not white dragons
Personally, I find using the painted caves pretty decent for melee training on stronger pets (GD, Cu). You get tons of free bandages, gold, spellweaving scrolls, karma (I'm a necro mage tamer), and occasionally a usable or imbuable item. (Have found FCR 3 ring, with no other stats before! 4 slots left to imbue as I like...)
I tried shadow ele for the first time the other day and it was great also. You can lead any Yomatsu warrior/priest in the area away, invis, and run back and sick dragon on shadow ele. Running in and out of the mines on foot was a pain in the damn ass though. next time I'm gonna run in, log out and back in and have my dragon brought to me that way. Too twisty to lead it around with any kind of speed and the priests are annoying with all their nukes...
Since you have the magery dragon you'll want it to train magery also. Take it somewhere like swoops where when swoop lands on a rock you can tell pet attack and the dragon will just nuke and fireball swoop and gain in magery. Any unreachable by melee monster will do the trick.