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Darkglow, parasitic

Discussion in 'UO Crime' started by Hi_im_from_atl, Oct 22, 2008.

  1. Hi_im_from_atl

    Hi_im_from_atl Journeyman
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    Jun 20, 2008
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    I have 80 nox and 100 alchy i am wondering if darkglow or parasitic potions have and use in pvp.

  2. Sweeney

    Sweeney Guest

    I'm not convinced about the effectiveness of darkglow poison. When reloading a ninja belt, the game says that deadly is stronger than darkglow. It might be a bug.. but deadly works fine for me and is cheaper.

    Not sure about parasitic, nobody sells it on siege.
  3. Nexus

    Nexus Site Support
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    Oct 1, 2006
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    Darkglow is harder to cure than Deadly, and about the same strength. Parasitic is interesting for PvPers, as the person afflicted looses health the person that inflicted it gains health. It basically has a life draw effect. Myself though I still prefer good old Deadly poison. Bumping it up to Lethal works wonders, since even with Greater Cure Pots it fails to cure part of the time. Though I only use it on AFK macroers and Scripters.