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A few quick question !

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by Deathsarrow, Jul 25, 2009.

  1. Deathsarrow

    Deathsarrow Guest

    I was wondering how UO skill training systems is set up these day's.

    Last time i rembered i was 8x8

    could i get some questions on how training skills are in uo now
  2. Frarc

    Frarc Stratics Legend
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    Mar 18, 2003
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    8X8 don't work anymore.

    Most skills can easely be trained to 50 in New Haven these days. Fighting skills can be trained on Golems with a 100% Poison weapon.

    Personaly i rather fight the monsters that have about the same skill level as i do. Often I tell my friends to get the New haven to go to 50 skill, then move on to 70-75 in Despise on Ettins. Then to 100 on Earth elementals. After that Cyclopsses work well to legendary for fighting skills.

    For magical spells just get yourself a 100% LRC armor set and cast like nuts. :)
  3. Cat Crimson

    Cat Crimson Guest

    Unless you are on Siege of course ( which some returning players choose to come to ) No New Haven there :) But, there are ways and means of training effectively without 8x8ing including the RoT ( Rate over time ) system. Best to head to the Siege forum for that, there are some excellent stickied help threads and people always willing to help out for specific queries.