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Dead Horse

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by Metalpuppet, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. Metalpuppet

    Metalpuppet Guest

    How do I get my dead horse raised?
     
  2. Reinzeld

    Reinzeld Seasoned Veteran
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    If it's ghost is following you around (if it was bonded, in other words) then you can find a tamer to res it for you. Head to Luna, or perhaps Britain (depending on your shard, I suppose) and someone'll likely help you out.

    If there's no ghost on your tail--then he's dead and gone.
     
  3. Metalpuppet

    Metalpuppet Guest

    Thanks, its a ghost horse.
     
  4. Nenime

    Nenime Guest

    I don't know if you're a tamer but if you are - and in case you don't know it already - here's something about resurrecting pets.

    "When a bonded pet dies, it turns into a "pet ghost." This ghost can still obey the movement commands (follow, come, etc.). The pet ghost will not dissipate or lose loyalty, and cannot be stabled.

    Any player can attempt to resurrect the pet with bandages if they have at least 80 Veterinary and 80 Animal Lore. The pet owner or a friend of the pet must be nearby to confirm they want the pet to be resurrected. Resurrected pets suffer skill loss, but pets resurrected by their owner receive less of a skill penalty."

    from uo.com playguide