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Video Tutorial: Lead Taming Cu Sidhes

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kitiara

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Hi everybody! I've put together a video tutorial on how to lead-tame cu sidhe pups without paralyze or peacemaking. May the blaze cu be with you! Enjoy :)
http://vimeo.com/60847066

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Botak

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Thank you Kitiara for the video.
I'm using advance character for my tamer and I never tame aggressive animal/creature before. I died about 6x before my first attempt on Cu. (I use peacemaking to break the combat from changeling)

I tamed 10 Cu just now and in the process I found blue and yellow color. Among 10 Cu I got one with a better stat. I attached the pics below.

I use your pet calculator too and this is the result

Is this pet good to train or must search for a better one? Thanks!

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merth

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I believe a 3.6 is a okay cu but typically if you want a good hunter look for one with 4.0 or higher!