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Raising Parry ...

Discussion in 'UO Players Corner' started by sikooovision, Jul 28, 2008.

  1. sikooovision

    sikooovision Guest

    Ok I Can't Find This Anywhere Since The Board Crash ....

    I Have 115 Parry, Just Ate a 120, Whats The Current Best Ways to Max it out. I Tried the Sheep Pens in Yew, Used a Weapon I had Zero Skill in, Got Zero Gains, lol.

    Any tips?

    I Have 115 Bushido If That Makes Any Difference in The Training of Parry, I'm Not Really Sure. I May Have To Change The Entire Template After the Necro Changes Go Through, But Thats Another Thread ... Thanks For Any Help.
  2. Farsight

    Farsight Crazed Zealot
    Stratics Veteran Stratics Legend

    May 12, 2008
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    Yes, bushido makes a huge difference.

    If you want to gain skill, you'll just have to stone off bushido.
  3. sikooovision

    sikooovision Guest

    Well That is Fine ....
    So I Assume You Mean:
    1. Stone off Bushido
    2. Sheep In Yew Still Work
    3. Use a Weapon I Have 0 Skill In
    4. and Gain Away

    Sound Right?
  4. Lynk

    Lynk Grand Poobah
    Stratics Veteran

    May 13, 2008
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    this method was posted before, but I'm feeling nice so I'll post it again.

    Go to Jhelom Trammel Fighting Pits.

    Lure all of the female fighters to the pit. Attack them one by one and make sure they are disarmed. You can get as many as you can find, I've had 40+ on me at times, because they all stack on top of each other. Female fighters, when disarmed, will hit you but will not do any damage. If you are parry hold a shield and a weapon you are not proficient with (i.e if you are a macer hold a sword). If you are bushido hold a 2 handed weapon that you are not proficient with.

    0-120 in under 2 hours.

    Some things to bring, a full backpack of sheilds. Also, bring one weapon from each class (including one you are proficient with). I find that by switching the weapons when you hit slow spots helps the gains come faster.
  5. sikooovision

    sikooovision Guest

    Well, Thanks for Being "Nice"

    Believe Me I Wasn't Being Lazy, I Did Search The Boards First .... Just Couldnt Find it.

    Again, Thanks.
  6. GFY

    GFY Guest

    I was under the impression that luring 40 or so NPC's was bad form and potentially a ban able offense.

    You also may want to check to see that your not at your 720 skill cap. That may be a reason your not gaining in parry.

    Good Luck & Good Hunting :thumbsup:
  7. sikooovision

    sikooovision Guest

    Well, I Only Used Like 4 or 5, so There Were Plenty of Fighters Left for Others To Train With ... Even Though I Was Alone The Whole Time, LoL ...

    BTW, Legendary Parry, WhooHooo, Thanks for The Help.