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GAME RULES

Game Rules(updated)
  Rules in English
  Rules in Portuguese
  Rules in Turkey

GETTING STARTED

Getting Started
  Register an Account
  Downloading Priston Tale 2
  Installing
  Initial Start Up

PRISTON TALE 2 GUIDE

Characters
  Morion
  Tempskron
  Sophetio
   
Controls
  Basic Controls
   
Interface
  Basic Interface
  Character Information
  Inventory
  Community
  Partying
  Trading
   
  Skill System
  Chat Channels
  Look Change
   
Gameplay
  First Profession
  Clans
  PVP
  Clan Arena
   
Monsters
  Monsters
   
Equipments
  Accessories
  Destructive Weapons
  Heavy
  Light
  Robe
  Soul Weapons
  Weapons
   
Item Systems
  Aging
 

Specialization

  Force Orbs
  Crafting
  Buy / Sell
   
Pets
  Lapis
  Looting Pets
   
Title System
  Setting / Changing / Deleting
  Avaliable Titles
   
Auction System
  Bidding / Checking
   

SKILL SYSTEM

FOLLOW PT2 ON:

Skills
 

Skills can be obtained from the Skill window. To open the skill window click on the “My Info.” menu and choose “Skill” or use the shortcut key ‘K’. More skills become available to you as you advance in profession and level up.

 
 
To learn skills you must spend skill points which are earned by levelling up your character. A skill must have at least one skill point spent on it to be unlocked.

Certain skills are active skills, which require you to drag the skill icon from the skill window onto your Quick Slots Bar for easy use. Other skills may be passive, meaning that they are always active and don’t require any activation on your own part as long as they have been unlocked.

Skills connected by an arrow are linked together. The skill at the end of the arrow requires the skill before it to be skill levelled to 5 before you can unlock it. In the below example, the Knight’s “Rush of Defence” skill requires “Shield Attack” to be at level 5 before it can be unlocked.
 
 
When you have skill points to spend, press the + on a skill to increase it’s level. Each skill’s power has 5 levels. Hover the mouse over the skill icon to see its current ability compared to the ability it provides for the next level if you spent another skill point to it.
 
 
Special items such as the Calligraphy of Oblivion or the Unstable Calligraphy of Oblivion, can be used to take back skill points you invested before. The Calligraphy of Oblivion resets all skill points. While it is in your inventory, press “Reset” button on the Skill window to reset all skills. When you have one Unstable Calligraphy of Oblivion, you can use the minus button on any skill from the Skill window to take back one point.