Skill Trainers

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There are two ways of raising your skills. The first is actually using it which is good at lower levels but become slow as your progress higher. The second is to practice a skill to any level by paying an npc to train you. Unlike on other shards however, you do not receive the skill that you pay for right away. When you pay an npc to train you, you begin 'practicing' that skill every 5 minutes that you are in game. Practicing is automatic and you do not have to do anything. At these 5 minute marks, you will get gains in the skills that you are practicing. At lower skill levels, the gain will be faster than at high skill levels where it may take multiple 5 minute marks for a gain. Below is a list of which types of vendor train each skill.

Alchemy Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage, Scribe
Anatomy Butcher, Provisioner
Animal Lore Beekeeper, Butcher, Cobbler, Decorator, Farmer, Fisherman, Leatherworker, Ranger, Shipwright
Animal Taming Beekeeper, Butcher, Cobbler, Decorator, Farmer, Fisherman, Leatherworker, Ranger, Shipwright
Archery Bowyer, Beekeeper, Carpenter, Farmer, Ranger
Armslore Armoror, Leatherworker, Weaponsmith
Blacksmithy Architect, Armorer, Jeweler, Tinker, Weaponsmith
Camping Baker, Bowyer, Beekeeper, Butcher, Decorator, Farmer, Fisherman, Ranger, Shipwright
Cartography Architect, Decorator, Fisherman, Ranger, Shipwright
Chivalry Crusader
Cooking Baker, Barkeep, Beekeeper, Cobbler, Decorator, Farmer, Fisherman, Provisioner, Shipwright
Detect Hidden Bard, Barkeep, Jeweler
Fencing Armorer, Butcher, Weaponsmith
Fishing Decorator, Farmer, Fisherman, Provisioner, Ranger, Shipwright
Healing Apothecary, Baker, Barkeep, Bowyer, Leatherworker, Provisioner, Tailor
Hiding Baker, Butcher, Cobbler, Tailor
Inscription Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage
Invocation Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage, Scribe, Scribe
Leadership Bard
Lockpicking Architect, Bard, Barkeep, Carpenter, Jeweler, Tinker
Lumberjacking Architect, Baker, Bowyer, Beekeeper, Carpenter, Farmer, Tailor, Tinker
Macefighting Alchemist, Apothecary, Armorer, Carpenter, Mage, Scribe, Weaponsmith
Magic Resistance Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage, Scribe
Magery Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage, Scribe
Masonry Architect, Carpenter, Tinker
Meditation Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage, Scribe
Mining Architect, Armorer, Jeweler, Tinker, Weaponsmith
Musicianship Bard
Necromancy Alchemist, Apothecary, Mage, Scribe
Parry Armorer, Carpenter, Weaponsmith
Peacemaking Bard
Poisoning Barkeep, Provisioner
Provocation Bard
Stealing Bard, Barkeep
Stealth Baker, Barkeep, Butcher, Cobbler, Tailor
Swordsmanship Armorer, Butcher, Weaponsmith
Tactics Armorer, Bowyer, Weaponsmith
Tailoring Beekeeper, Cobbler, Farmer, Leatherworker, Tailor
Taming Beekeeper, Butcher, Cobbler, Farmer, Leatherworker, Ranger
Tinkering Architect, Armorer, Carpenter, Jeweler, Tinker, Weaponsmith
Tracking Bowyer, Ranger
Woodworking Architect, Bowyer, Carpenter, Ranger, Tinker
Wrestling Baker, Fisherman, Leatherworker, Provisioner


  • This is a good, cheap way to get skills up when they are low. At high levels (approximately 70 and up), it begins to get very expensive.


The following shows how much skill you can train with 10,000 gold pieces when you are at different skill levels.

Starting skill Points trained with 10,000 gp Cost of training 1.0 points
0 65.1 154 gp
10 55.4 181 gp
20 46.2 216 gp
30 36.8 272 gp
40 28.1 356 gp
50 20.3 493 gp
60 12.8 781 gp
70 7.8 1282 gp
80 3.9 2564 gp
90 1.9 5263 gp
100 0.9 11111 gp
110 0.9 11111 gp
119 0.9 11111 gp