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Training Bushido - Skill Gain

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by Keno, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. Keno

    Keno Guest

    My Samurai has 90+ Bushido gained through normal game play and I'd like to just get the rest of the points completed so I've been trying to find the information on how to blue train with a horse. I've read it somewhere before but can't find it in the FAQ or with search...
    Can someone outline the process for me?
    Also: Currently he rides a bonded swamp dragon. Could he train against this mount or should he purchase a horse?
    Thanks

    EDIT: Is it possible to gain Lumberjacking and Bushido at the same time if using a hatchet? These last 4.5 points of LJ are being a pain to complete. Thanks
     
  2. Ravenspyre

    Ravenspyre Guest

    Not sure about lumberjacking, bushido yes. Go to Trammel, or other similar ruleset shard, tell the horse to guard you and start attacking. If they haven't changed the code, the horse should never take damage and you should gain skill.
     
  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

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    Not sure about lumberjacking, bushido yes. Go to Trammel, or other similar ruleset shard, tell the horse to guard you and start attacking. If they haven't changed the code, the horse should never take damage and you should gain skill.

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    That only works if you are not in a guild. Otherwise you kill poor horsey!