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General[edit | edit source]
As ferocious (or cuddly) as tamed pets may be, at some point the skilled tamer will find themselves in a situation where their beloved pet is injured or poisoned. With an investment in the Veterinary skill, a character can heal any ailment their pet may face!
Although it is possible to sustain creatures to some extent using spells, a well-trained vet can heal large amounts of damage at a greater speed while using bandages. Though similar to the Healing skill, Veterinary is influenced by the Animal Lore skill.
Requirements[edit | edit source]
It is possible for a player to Cure their pet (or a party members' pet), and Resurrect fallen pets (if they are bonded). However, the player must have an appropriate level of both Veterinary and Animal Lore.
- 60.0 Skill in Veterinary and Animal Lore is required before a character can cure a pet's poison
- 80.0 Skill in Veterinary and Animal Lore is required before a character can resurrect a pet. The pet must also be bonded.
Notes[edit | edit source]
Bandaging a pet takes 5 seconds to complete (successful or otherwise).
Damage healed through the use of Veterinary is calculated via the following formulas:
MinHeal = (Animal Lore / 5) + (Veterinary / 5) + 3
MaxHeal = (Animal Lore / 5) + (Veterinary / 2) + 10
Total Amount Healed = random(MinHeal, MaxHeal) + (Target Max HP / 100)
See Also[edit | edit source]
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