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Last Chaos Pet Experience and Leveling

See: The Pet GUI & Menu | Pet Acquisition | Pet Health Hunger & Sympathy | Pets & Mounts | Pet Skills | Animal Trainer | Mounts



One of the most important things about a pet is its experience and abilitiy to grow, develop, and level. A pet gains experience only when it is equipped. It cannot gain experience simply by being in a player's inventory. An equipped pet will gain experience when your character is in combat. For roughly every 2-4 hits against a foe, the equipped pet will gain 1 experience point. When your pet has gained the required amount ofLast Chaos Pet Experience and Leveling experience, the pet will gain a level and receive 1 technical point. You can see how much experience is required for your pet to level in the Pet Menu. Experience will be shown as "current experience/experience required". You will also be able to see any unspent technical points in the pet menu.

Technical points are used to purchase skills for your pet. To purchase pet skills, you will need to talk to the Animal Trainer NPC in Randol or Dratan. Talking to the Animal Trainer will present you with a menu of pet actions. If you want to buy pet skills, select the "Pet Training" option. From here you will be able to use technical points to purchase pet skills (social skills or "commands" do not require technical points as they are completely free to unlock.
See Also:
Pet Experience & Level Chart


Once a pet has been trained to become a mount, it will no longer gain experience. A pet that has died or become sealed cannot gain experience until it is unsealed. If you have allowed your pet to starve and it is refusing to move, it will not gain experience either. Pets will not gain experience if the enemy's name is blue (of a lower level than your character). The enemy must have a green, white, orange, or red name for your pet to gain experience from your combat.


If your pet has been killed, you may note that trying to equip the dead pet will give you a message on the left side above chat box saying something like " your pet will recover in 12 hours, 00 minutes." This is 12 hours of real time in combat. So if you are really broke you can do 12 hours of combat to unseal your pet. If you try to fight for 6 hours figuring you only will pay half the price to unseal or revive your pet, you will find that you still pay full price.

Using Pet experience potions

Your pet gains 1 pet experience point for every 3-4 hits on a mob. The number of hits depends on the class as I have found out.

If you use a regular pet experience potion, your pet points double for every round of hits. If you use the Platinum pet Experience potion then you get 3 times the pet experience points. This means in Double pet experience points using a Platinum Experience potion will get you 6 times the points. Then the regular pet experience potion is 4 times

P2 Pet Leveling


These pets gain experience like you do, by every kill you make. So again, the higher the monster you kill the higher the % of xp you get for your pet. If you go to the Animal Trainer you will have to pay. You used to go to the Archbishop and get revived for free, but no more.

One way noted, as I have seen this numerous times used, is if you are hugging the wall to help a friend out say for a combat party, then have your P2 pet out. Then when in a party, someone makes a kill, then the P2 pet a Scrat-chi or other P2 Pet will level slowly. Then just a matter of coming back in a few hours to feed your pet.




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