Overview[edit | edit source]
Each class has a set of Class-Specific Skills and a set of General Skills that they may learn as they level and then train up using TP. Elite Skills are a set of Class-Specific Skills, learned every 5 levels starting at 15, that are unique to particular class combinations. A character with both the Warrior and Rogue classes, for instance, has different Elite Skills than a character with the Mage and Scout classes, and a Mage/Scout has a different set of Elite Skills than a Mage/Priest.
both classes must be at the level for the elite skill. If you have a mage/priest with the mage at level 25 and priest at level 15 you will only be able to learn the level 15 elites. You will be able to learn the level 20 and 25 elites when you get the priest up to level 20 and 25.
Regardless of the name, Elite Skills are not necessarily powerful, must-have skills. They are moderately difficult to learn, however, and help to further differentiate dual-class character experiences. All Elite Skills are Class-Specific, but you can learn both sets as long as you supply the materials for certificates to an Elite Skills Master while having the necessary class set as your primary.
How to Learn Elite Skills[edit | edit source]
Levels 15 to 50[edit | edit source]
Old Method[edit | edit source]
Speak to an Elite Skills Master, such as Sigg Fletcher or Listi Pursdon in the Varanas Class Hall. He will request that you obtain some specific materials to trade for a Skill Training Certificate for your level. Use it and ask the Master to train you.
New Method[edit | edit source]
In the Coast of Opportunity and Xaviera, you will come across quests that reward an Old Bag - these quests are infinitely repeatable and usually require you to use special abilities to achieve an objective.
Upon opening the bag, if both of your class levels are sufficient to learn a new elite skill, you will receive a Lv. X Elite Skill Certificate. (Lv. 15, Lv. 20, etc.)
These certificates can be turned in to Lowen Dunlit in Coast of Opportunity at Heffner Camp to learn the skill for your primary/secondary class combination. At level 50, you will need to have all the Elite Skills (of primary and secondary class) before level 50 to learn it.
Level 60[edit | edit source]
An email arrives that directs you to go speak with Daris [Leader of Adventurers' Association].
When both your Primary AND Secondary classes are at least 60, speak to the NPC to start a quest series that will award you the Elite Skills. You will receive 2 skills at the same time.
-  Adventurers' Guild Advancement Notice
-  Friendship Test
-  Courage Test
Level 70[edit | edit source]
When both your Primary AND Secondary classes are at least 70, speak to the NPC to start a quest series that will award you the Elite Skills. You will receive 2 skills at the same time.
-  Young instructor of the true dragons
-  A little wish before sleepwalking
-  Protect "Sleepwalking"
-  Awaken!?
-  Votakai's Wish
-  Dragon Soul's Reward