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[Bushido] Honorable Execution Suggestion

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Hildebrand, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. Hildebrand

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    SUGGESTION for Secondary use of Honorable Execution for Bushido followers:
    Maybe instead of Honoring the mob, use ANOTHER Virtue (Valor?, Spirituality?) and thus you would use like this: cast Honorable Execution, Honorable Ex., Honorable Ex., (10 times)... "You've Achieved Perfect Execution!"... you gain +20 SSI, +50 Reflect Phys Damage, + gain in that Virtue (at it's death).

    Scale the SSI, & RPD according to the "steps".

    Tell me you wouldn't use this and have a blast!! :danceb:
     
  2. Failing to execute your opponent has the following penalties:

    You are unable to use any Bushido attacks for the duration of the failed execution
    These penalties persist for roughly 6 seconds after a failed execution, or until you successfully parry an attack, whichever comes first.

    And if that's not bad enough-

    Magic Resistance skill set to 0
    All your resistances suffer a -40 penalty


    So no, it wouldn't work.