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2-21-2008 @ 5:17PM
I have a question actually. Is there a disadvantage in terms of training points if I take a pet of a higher level? I have a cat that I've had since lvl 12 or so (picked her up in the Barrens). Given that you get Training points for each pet level gained (I think) as well as the first time your pet works his way up to happy, are higher level pets at a Training Points disadvantage? If so, does their natural stat superiority make up for this?
2-22-2008 @ 5:34AM
There's no difference. The training points and other statistics of a pet are determined by their level, not by the time they've spent at your side or how many levels they've gained while being with you.So for example, you could level up a cat from 12 to 30 by your side, then tame another cat at 30 and see that your new cat has the exact same stats and maximum training points (they depend on your pet's happiness as well) as your old cat had.
2-22-2008 @ 2:18PM
Please help me understand training points. I have assumed that they were assigned to the hunter, not the pet. Is this not so? Are they assigned to the pet so each pet has it's own?Also, to get a second pet, should I tame one at my current level or go back to a low level?
2-22-2008 @ 2:40PM
Lori: I could be wrong, as I haven't played the game in months, but I believe that each Pet has its own individual allotment of skill points, rather than a single lump sum assigned to the controlling Hunter.
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