|All||Maximum quality of armor that can be effectively used|
|0||Can equip novice leather armors|
|30||(NIY) 3 times lower armor encumbrance|
|60||Can equip regular leather armors|
|90||Can equip veteran leather armors|
|100||Can equip royal leather armors|
|Skill ID 47|
Training Tips[edit | edit source]
- Fighting a wolf is possible but not recommended because the damage received is way too high and might kill you. It also means you will need to heal up more often thus slowing your leveling progress.
- Make or trade for a Novice leather breastplate. Then invite another player to your group (so the attacker doesn't lose any alignment) and have him stab you in the chest with a tool or training sword (to minimize damage). Do this untill level 60. (this method can also train the attacker's attack and healing skills)
- Afterwards make a Regular leather breastplate and do it all over again.
Training in leather armors requires that the player receives damage to a body part protected by leather. Equip some leather armor and start a fight with a wild animal (eg wolf) or another player.
References[edit | edit source]
|Cavalry||→ Knight||→ Lancer|
|Militia||→ Spearman||→ Guard|
|Footman||→ Swordsman||→ Huscarl|
|Slinger||→ Archer||→ Ranger|
|Assaulter||→ Vanguard||→ Berserker|
|Independent combat skills|