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[Bushido] Newb question: how to "honor" opponoent and self?

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Seismic, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. Seismic

    Seismic Guest

    Sorry, got a newb question. I checked the FAQ and read up on the details of "honoring your opponent" and yourself but I don't see *how* you do this.

    I have an ABC archer, if that matters (prob doesn't) ...

    So how do I actually do this???
  2. If you double click the pentagram at the top of your paperdoll it brings up the virtues gump. You can manually honor through this, or you can set up a macro in UO (not UOA) to "Invoke Virtue" using the Honor selection. Either way will bring up a targeting gump. For Bushido, just Honor your opponent. Honoring yourself is like monster ignore, and uses a full dot of Honor every time you use it, so I'd suggest using it sparingly on yourself. Honor every opponent you can though. You might want to set up an arm and disarm macro for your bows as the auto targeting can cause you to hit your target before you can Honor it and if your opponent is damaged, you will no longer be able to do so.