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invulnerability after release

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by Deviljhos, Aug 11, 2015.

  1. Deviljhos

    Deviljhos Visitor

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    When i try to tame a pet and then release to kill it is not damaged.. i tried searching the forums but have not found anything, someone can help me?
     
  2. Gamer_Goblin

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    Anymore specifics? What are you taming? Where are you releasing it? I've seen people killing recent tames all over.
     
  3. Deviljhos

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    For example, in the stable of jhelom, i tame some bulls and soon after the release but do not lose life, blame the "young status"?


    Problem solved, with the young status of the pet that you left became invulnerable for a period of time.
     
    #3 Deviljhos, Aug 12, 2015
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  4. Gamer_Goblin

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    I believe it's happening to you, but I'm not experiencing it. The GMs have been quick to respond lately. This is definitely worthy of their attention in my opinion.