The Build) Swordsmanship- 120 Parrying- 120 Anatomy- 120 Tactics- 120 Healing- 120 Focus- 60 + 30 (Jewels) Chivalry- 60 + 30 (Jewels) The Jewels) Bracelet- +15 to Focus and Chivalry Ring- +15 to Focus and Chivalry So, in short, Focus and Chivalry plus fifteen both on each jewelry piece. These will come into play later, though, so don't worry if you can't get them just yet. The Plan) 1. Make a new toon of any type, but make sure to start in New Haven. I recommend having chivalry in the skillset, because you’ll get a free chivalry book. 2. Do some escort quests and kill some monsters until you have enough gold to train all of the skills in the build to 40. 3. Once all skills are at 40, take all skill quests and complete. Make sure to do EACH of them near the undead’s spawning area- you will get a skill gain boost there. a. Swordsmanship to 50 should be the first quest you take so you get the boost to its skill gain. Just bash on the undead- Tactics, Anatomy, Focus and possibly Parrying should be up to 50 before Swordsmanship. b. Anatomy, Tactics and Parrying will go up as you kill. c. Focus will go up as you run and/or walk, basically with any stamina expenditure and regain you will earn focus. d. Healing will go up (albeit very slowly) as you use bandages. In order to get the cloth for bandages, go to the tailor, ask for tailoring training, give him 1 gold piece ONLY, and then ask him for bods. Fill them up, return. Do this daily, and use the bolts of cloth to cut into bandages. Another way is to spend 2k at the tailor and then cut all of the tailored items. Either way, you’ll want to continually make bandages for yourself. e. Chivalry goes up as you use it, however, it is probably the slowest of the skills to train. I recommend using consecrate constantly, and divine fury, even when you are NOT fighting- just use it as you walk around. You will, however, have to “tithe” in order to do this- just go to the warrior training compound, click on the ankh, and tithe. Some escort missions will provide you enough to get plenty of tithing points. At somewhere between 45% and 50% you’ll want to switch from Consecrate Weapon onto Divine Fury, in order to keep skill gains up. 4. By the time you’ve done all this, you should be at: a. 60+: Anatomy b. 60: Focus (Lock it at 60) c. 55+: Parrying, Swordsmanship, Tactics d. 50+: Healing, Chivalry This means that you’ve got the basics of a warrior character begun! Once you’ve done all this, you have a solid foundation, and can probably move on from New Haven. Because this guide is made for those who want to be self-sufficient by someone of the same mind, I recommend you focus on making some gold to buy some decent armor, and have enough left over for insurance money. There are a few ways to do this, which I will cover in my beginner’s money making guide, but in short: killing npcs is an option, as is making a new toon to craft with what your warrior gathers or, finally, making a new toon to gather lumber and ore and then sell what you gather. Please note, also, that this guide is made by a new player going through the process himself- any constructive criticism is welcome.