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New Character or Existing

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by Laelaus, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. Laelaus

    Laelaus Guest

    Hi all, sorry for the question I wasn't able to find any easy responses in the faq/search.

    Basically I'm returning, i have a skill capped mage with about 90 taming. I don't know what's going to be more effective, i have the 100 magery eval med on this char already - but skill cap means i'll have a slow go leveling animal taming

    Am i better off finishing taming up on this char, or rerolling?
  2. uoBuoY

    uoBuoY Guest

    Don't Don't Don't Don't Don't Don't Don't
    ever throw away 90 taming!!!

    If you want to start a new char, get a Soul Stone and transfer either magery or taming to a new char.
  3. Laelaus

    Laelaus Guest

    I just googled soulstones - it says they are account bound and only aquired through pre-ordering s empire.

    Is there another way to obtain them?
  4. ZidjiN

    ZidjiN Babbling Loonie
    Stratics Veteran

    May 18, 2006
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    Yes it is. You could buy a soulstone token(gives you a full soul stone with unlimited usess) or you could buy a soul stone fragment token(you can only transfer skills 5 times with this one).

    Just go to luna and you will find a bunch. Fragments sells for 1-2 mill and the full ones for 12mill+ at least on europa.
  5. Zodiac19

    Zodiac19 Guest

    If you have vet rewards left you can get a full stone 1st year reward. The last way you can buy one from the uo gamecode store.
  6. Teeshy

    Teeshy Guest

    Just as an aside, IMO you are going to have slow going trying to increase taming from 90 regardless of your total skill cap on character =) Taming is notoriously slow to raise =)

    And yes, agreed, never throw away 90 taming! I'm just doing the same (buying a soulstone) to move 85 taming - wouldn't dream of throwing that away! =D