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Is reaching 120 Samurai using Jewls a good idea?

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Guest, Jan 3, 2008.

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    I have a Character who only have Legendary Bushido with a bracelet I bought off of a vendor.. I noticed that when I wear the bracelet even if I drop the other skills it will not ever read Legendary Samurai unless the show real is 120... anyways I wanta make sure that my character gets the same bonuses as a true legendary samurai.. also I looked all over stratics and found nothing involving this situation and another what is the difference in attack damage from gm to legendary? please answer me this keep the bracelet? <font color="black"> </font> (hopefully) making my able to legendary more skills you know [​IMG] and whats the attack difference between gm and lengendary?
  2. 120 bushido "real" = 120 bushido with jewels.

    My samurai falls under the with jewels category. The only difference, as far as I can tell, is that I have more trouble commanding my hiryu than a character with natural 120 skill. I'm not sure if that's an actual difference, or just my perception, but I do seem to have trouble with the pet.

    I can't answer your second question yet.