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Pets

You can capture pets via the trapping skill at learning level 3 when skills first become available to you (level 4). Pets are a key factor in the game, their attributes providing absorption for you and complementing your damage in battle. If the kennel is advanced enough, they can even develop skills, offering a greater diversity of benefits.

Creating a pet from a monsterEdit

TrappingEdit

First you must trap the monster, and it really is as simple as training the trapping skill. There is more detail on the trapping page, but the highest chance to trap a creature is 8% chance. At level 1, the chance is just 0.5% (1 trap in 200 hunts) so don't expect them to come on your first hunt! It is of course luck, so it can take longer for some than others.

When you trap the monster, you will receive this text instead of the normal hunting and slaying of creatures:

You are on the hunt. You find the tracks of a creature. You carefully follow the tracks, and soon you spot a(n) moleon. You evaluate the situation for a moment and decide the animal can be captured. So you won't kill it, but make a trap instead. The creature rages furiously, it doesn't like the captivity. You must train it!

A pets tab will now appear on the navigational sidebar (highlighted red) which you can click on to train your monster to a pet.

TrainingEdit

After successfully trapping a creature, you can then invest your SE to tame it. The amount of SE required depends on the creatures base level ( SE required = 300 * base level). The amount of SE you can channel in one go depends on your pet training skill and the normal interval between training is 30 mins. This time can be decreased to 15 minutes with the Book of Beasts (level 55).

FightingEdit

Now, the pet will start at 0 XP and full HP and you are free to use it to fight with (as long as it is above 20% morale and is called to fight). It has several basic properties which are explained below. It can be equipped with any pet equipment (only 1 and once equipped, it cannot be unequiped, only replaced (and subsequently destroyed).

PropertiesEdit

Animal equipment can boost these properties, as well as the morale and experienced received per battle. As a rule of thumb, pet equipment affects the pet, with the exception of +SE and +absorption. That means defense, attack, morale, XP and damage have no effect on your character, just your pet.

Absorption

this value is added directly to your personal absorption and has no impact on the damage received by the pet. In the case of multiple pets, the average absorption is counted.

pet absorption = ((base level/2) + current level) * (0.5 +(0.25 * (player level/15)))

Defense

increases the chance of the pet evading a secondary damage from your opponent

Attack

increases the chance of the pets attack hitting your opponent

Damage

the amount of HP the pet actually takes off

Pets deal 25/20/15/10% of your expected damage, depending on the number of your successful hits

Critical damage, invisibility and horde bonuses do not affect the damage done by your pet meaning it is just a percentage of (weapon damage + strength damage - absorption) unless subject to change from pet equipment or pet skills.

ExperienceEdit

Your pet receives experience after battles, challenges and excercise in the kennel. The experience required to level up increases the higher the pet level. The values are listed here.

Level TP
1 100
2 200
3 300
4 400
5 500
20 550
21 600
22 650
N (N*50)-450

Battle experienceEdit

Your pets get a base of 10xp from a battle. The more pets you have, the more your xp per pet decreases.

1 pet 100%
2 pets 80%
3 pets 60%
4 pets 50%

NotesEdit

  • You do not get experience from entity battles that you win
  • Your intelligent pet, intelligence skill and pet equipment may boost your xp from hunts.
  • If your current pet level is less than half of your level and you lose in a battle you did not initiate, you will receive full XP
  • If your current pet level is more than half your level, the amount it receives decreases when the gap does. It receives just 5% of normal XP when it is the same level as yourself from a duel you did not initiate.
  • If your current pet level is over your level, it receives no experience from a defeat from a duel you did not initiate.

((10) * (1+(i*0.05)+(pi*0.01)) * h) + x

Kennel XPEdit

XP received = (10 + x) * (1 + (i * 0.03)+(pi*0.01)) * h * (1 + ((k - 1) * 0.01))

  • x = bonus XP from pet equipment
  • i = intelligent pet skill level
  • h = how many lots of 2 hours is the pet sent in the kennel for (so for 48 hours, h = 24)
  • k = kennel level (up to level 24)
  • pi = the pets inteligence skill

When in the kennel, morale of your pets does not decrease.

HitpointsEdit

Your pets health is represented as hit points, much like your own. Pets lose hit points via the secondary damage skills from other players or the enraged pet skill. The maximum HP is worked out via base level * (current level + 4). Pets do not regenerate their hitpoints (unless due to special relics/items/capabilities) so you must use the heal wounds skill in order to keep them alive. Healing takes 30 minutes (15 minutes with the book of beasts) and during this time, the pet is not able to fight (unless with items/focus crystals that say otherwise).

If your pet is reduced to 0 HP, it will faint, leaving it unconcious for the next 12 hours. During this time, morale still drops and when it is revived, it starts with 1/3rd of max HP.

MoraleEdit

The more eager pets are in combat, the more efficient they are. Morality will decrease over time due to the reality of being a slave (unless with an abnormally high charisma skill). The formula for the decrease in morale over time is (animal level + 20 - charisma)/24.

You can increase the morale of your pet by

  • using the 'cheer-up function'.
    • If below 21%, the cheer-up button will cheer the pet up to 21%
    • If 21% or above, the cheer-up button will cheer the pet up to 100%
  • +1% if you win a battle
  • +1% if you heal the pet
  • +5% if you equip it with a new piece of equipment

If the animal is below 21%, it will not fight (but it can go to the kennel).

Multiple petsEdit

The horde making skill becomes available at learning level 38. To reach learning level 38, you must be in a clan with an academy of at least level 4 (and to have paid enough SE to have access to the buildings)

This skill gives you the opportunity to take more than one pet into battle. At level 10 plus 1, at level 30 plus 2, at the maximal level 60 plus 3 animals may be assigned to fight. If you take more animals into battle, each attacks and damages your opponent, but the absorption does not sum up, just the average is counted. If victorious each pet receives a morale bonus and experience points.

Pet skillsEdit

From kennel level 25, pet skills will become available to you. Skill points are counted individually for each pet, and they receive them on level up. The amount of points they receive depends on the kennel level.

  • Kennel 25: 1 skill point per level up
  • Kennel 33: 2 skill points per level up
  • Kennel 41: 3 skill points per level up
  • Kennel 49: 4 skill points per level up

Once you allocate the skill points, there is no way to remove them, other than the re-spec AAC which is fairly expensive.

No skill can be higher than half the pet's base level and combat skills work only if the pet is fighting with you. A pet can have a maximum amount of skill points equal to it's base level. In future, new items will be brought out increasing this maximum from the auction house or simply the soul-huckster.

Critical hit

Pet damage increases by 50%. The chance of a critical hit is equal to the average across your active pets.

Enrage

Deals the skill level amount of damage to the opponent's pets, even if they or you miss. Hard skin does not decrease this damage. In case of several pets, the total counts.

Epic bite

The pet deals extra damage equal to the skill level against epic's and entities. In case of multiple creatures, the sum of the skill counts. Against epic monsters only, the hit chance also increases (average counts for multiple pets).

Guardian

Decreases your opponents thievery skill by 2 for each skill level, when considering the chance to steal BOAS from you. In case of several pets, the highest skill takes effect.

Intelligence

Increases pet XP by a percentage equal to this skill. It increases the intelligent pet multiplier. For example, with an IP 50, the multiplier is 2.5x, the intelligence skill raises this to a multiplier of 3x. Counts separately for each pet.

Each level raises the multiplyer by 0.01 (1% of base xp) so the above example is a pet with 50 inteligence (requires a base level of 100 or above)

Loyalty

Increases the maximum morale by the skill level. This skill is individual for each pet.

Magic Absorption

Your magic absorption increases in ratio with this skill and your actual level. In case of multiple pets, the highest skill counts.

(1+(player level/60))*skill level = extra magic absorption

Regeneration

Your pets regenerate HP equivalent to the skill level per hour. Counts separately for each pet.

Resistance

Your resistance increases by this skill*0.3. In case of several pets, the highest counts.

NotesEdit

  • You can release a pet if you no longer want it (you can also restore it, for a price of 10 AS)
  • If you pay for premium membership, you can create a custom name to your pets (found on the pets page)
  • When in the kennel, morale doesn't decrease

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