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Bonding Issues

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by JoyousGard, Dec 2, 2007.

  1. JoyousGard

    JoyousGard Guest

    Better than bondage issues; "Help, I am hanging from the ceiling. I had to type this with my toes!"

    Anyway, my horse went from "Bonded" to "Tame."

    Has this happened to you? Is it normal? Is it preventable?
     
  2. LeBaiton

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    Did it go wild and did you have to retame it?...
     
  3. JoyousGard

    JoyousGard Guest

    OK... AHHH! I accidentally released it last night. Then I retamed. I am not sure if it lost bonding then. It probably did.

    Then I stabled and this morning when I took it out, it was just tame.

    DERN!!!
     
  4. Guest

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    <blockquote><hr>

    OK... AHHH! I accidentally released it last night. Then I retamed. I am not sure if it lost bonding then. It probably did.

    Then I stabled and this morning when I took it out, it was just tame.

    DERN!!!

    [/ QUOTE ]

    Yes, once a pet is released it loses it's bonding so once it is retamed you have to go through the bonding process again.