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What happens to a bonded pet if I soulstone taming?

Discussion in 'UO Tamer' started by Guest, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I have a tamer whose skills are maxed at 720, so GGS gains are slow.

    My taming is 95.1

    I'm thinking about stoning taming over to a new char and GMing on him so my gains will be faster, then putting taming back on my tamer.

    My question is, what happens to the original tamer's bonded pets?

    Will they go wild if I leave them in the stable?
  2. Guest

    Guest Guest

    they will stay in the stable just fine and dandy....

    Now what will happen is if you get crazy and take a pet out you will not be able to put it back in to the stable if you have more than two pets.. non tamers only get two stable slots...

    Done it myself a billion times it seems since the soul stones came into the game...

    Have even kept a mare or a uni under the former tamer also.. just no commanding it do to anything and keeping it fed.... can get off and back on ect without the mare unbonding or going wild...

    EDIT: keep enough gold in the bank to cover the stable costs though...