Ok someone referred you to play UO, and has got you past the getting it loaded. You got your account stuff done and got past the introduction part. You are now standing in the middle of a town called New Haven with no clue what to do. Some other character appears walks past with a huge red dragon in tow named Hazel. He walks to a building says stall and poof the dragon is gone from sight. Your impressed with that, next you see everyone riding horse's, and other creatures, of different colors even some that appear to be invisible. Now at some point someone is going to walk up and start talking to you. Don't worry it's cause you have that Young Tag over your head. To us it means you are a new player something we don't see much these days. Now normally this is where they take you around show you stuff, maybe give you items, and gold, to help start ya out. Maybe even give advice on what to do and where to go. So now you have learned about templates a little, and would like to be like that first person you saw with dragon in tow. First you will need the right template. Here is the list of skills that are required for a tamer. 1. Animal Taming 2. Animal Lore 3. Veterinary These are the three primary skills to taming, you can add other skills to assist you further in your new role as a tamer. Now there are many sources for how to build/gain skills, here, uoguide, and in game, many many places to learn this information. Now the basics how to tame, walk up to the animal click it once, then click the tame menu, you start to tame it. Simple right well you might want to set up a macro for this. As the harder and bigger the animal the more it will want to eat you. This is simple depending on what client you use. Again the information can be found here or uoguide or in game from other players. There are huge volumes of information on what to tame, where to tame them. even power calculators to tell you how good yur new pet is. There is even more information on the other skills you will want to assist you further in your new life as a tamer. The best thing you can do is ask others to help. Except when it comes to taming the blaze cu all bets are off then. This should help some people, i realize it's not in depth but it does cover some of the basics, and should point you in the right direction for information.