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-Bonding Fire Beetle-

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by asm0deus, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. asm0deus

    asm0deus Guest

    Is there any way for my miner to bond with my fire-beetle without having high taming?

    Thanks in advanced!
  2. Nenime

    Nenime Guest

    "Although a high taming skill is required to tame one, once it has been tamed no taming skill is required to own it." - quoted from Hunter's Guide - Fire Beetle. It can be transfered to you even if you no Taming skill at all. For bonding, just go though the normal procedure feet-stable one week.
  3. asm0deus

    asm0deus Guest

    Well I read somewhere that you must have the minimum taming skill in order to bond with that pet. It may be outdated so that is why I'm asking about it.

    Can a 0 taming miner bond with a fire-beetle? thanks again.
  4. Conrad99

    Conrad99 Guest

    Yes. Mine did.

    And he is an elf, so the "jack of all trades" is not needed.
  5. asm0deus

    asm0deus Guest

    wo0ot, thank you.
  6. EnigmaMaitreya

    EnigmaMaitreya Crazed Zealot
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    May 12, 2008
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    The needing to mee the Taming Skill requirement only pertains to Pets that are not modified to NOT require a Taming Skill.

    Swamp Dragon, Giant Beetle, Forest Ostard, Horse etc have been modified to allow anyone (aka NO taming skill required) to control and bond with these pets. Pack animals are the same way.

    A good rule of thumb, if YOU can own it and YOU have no Taming skills then YOU can bond with it. :)