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Mage/Tamer tips

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by Lucifugo, Jul 6, 2008.

  1. Lucifugo

    Lucifugo Guest

    Hello everyone, i apologize for my bad english, i playing on Catskill server and i need some tips for my tamer.

    I have armor: AR70x5 FC2 FCR6 LMC40% LRC100% DCI 45% MR6 SDI 5%

    My skills: Taming 120, Animal Lore 120, Veterinary 120, Magery 120, Meditation 120, Eva Int 120. Stat Cap 255 (str 100, dex 30, int 125+10).

    Good idea if i change Eva Int with Parrying or Mace Fighting (i've Boomstick and Shield of Invulnerability)? This because much mob hit me before Invisibility and istantkill me (Ar 70x5 DCI 45% not sufficient). thank u very much and excuse me for my bad english.
  2. Sir Kenga

    Sir Kenga Guest

    Weapon skill or wrestling (and Tome of Lost Knowledge) is better than parrying for sure. If you consider wrestling and spellbook in hand, you can go for Anatomy instead and get even more protection, but no special moves. Also note that your DCI will not affect parrying, but will affect weapon skill/wrestling.
  3. Lucifugo

    Lucifugo Guest

    Perfect! I drop Eva Int for Mace fighting, I use just GHeal/Cure for my pets, no need Eva int. Thank you very much.
  4. Farsight

    Farsight Crazed Zealot
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    May 12, 2008
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    I'd drop EI for spellweaving if you aren't using offensive skills, but not mace fighting or wrestling.

    With protection cast and only 20 in my lowest resist and about 50 in my highest, I don't get one hit killed very often, and even the one hit kills are from creatures that a little bit of planning would have prevented the death (i.e. running near a paragon ancient wyrm). So I always have the time to cast invis on myself, which aren't interrupted due to my protection.

    On the other hand, mace fighting will mean you won't get hit as often, which could be good while you practice not standing in places where you get hit. So go ahead and do it. Just remember to soul stone EI so you can go back later.