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Taming Calculators and Online Utilities

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Each script should have it's own explanation as to how it works. The What Do I Tame?? script has a page dedicated to interpreting its output.

Control Calculator

This calculator will determine your approximate control percentage based on your skill and the creature's minimum taming requirements. Keep in mind that the pet must be wonderfully or extremely happy for the control percentage to be relatively accurate. At lower loyalty levels, the control percentage will be less. Some commands are more difficult than others for pets to follow. A rough idea is documented with the commands listing.

Originally created in Flash 4 on May 23, 2000.

Retame Calculator

This calculator will determine the new minimum taming difficulty of a particular creature, up to the maximum number of times it can be tamed. Please note that these values have nothing to do with the orneriness of the creature, which stays at the original minimum taming requirement.

Originally created in Flash 4 on May 26, 2000.

What Do I Tame??

This script will generate a listing of tameables that are ideal to tame for your skill level. The list includes the original taming values and the first two retame values.

First released in PHP on July 22, 2002.

Chance to Tame

This script will generate your approximate chance to tame a particular creature at any given number of times it has been retamed. It will also tell you your chance to tame it within a certain number of tries.

First released in PHP on January 13, 2003.

Resurrection Calculator

This script will give the approximate skill level a pet will have after it's been resurrected, both by friends and strangers. A big thank you goes out to Jace for cracking the formula on this one.

First released in PHP on February 21, 2003.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I have such and such formula?


Can I use your calculators in a program I'm writing?

If you can figure out the formula used, go for it.

Will you add such and such feature?

Maybe. If I do add it, it will only be to the online versions, since that is my strongest programming language.

Can you make such and such calculator?

Maybe. If I have a formula to go off of, it makes it a lot easier to write the calculator. Even without a formula, one can be written off of a series of very strong output values.

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