Skills

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Skills Window

Skills are the learned abilities of your character. The skill level shows how adept your character is at a specific skill. Skill levels can be increased by allocating Skill Points earned from gaining levels.

Skills are currently divided into the categories Agility, Blade, Blunt, Crafting, Firearm, and Survivalist.

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Leveling Up

As the player hones the various skills that are in the game (carpentry, sprinting, etc), the player will gain skill points to use to improve on a skill (if there is a skill available for improvement). Each time a player gets a skill point, getting the next skill point requires 100 more XP.

The next time the Player opens his or her "skills" tab in the UI section, the Skill Point Allocation Panel will appear, allowing the player to distribute Skill Points to the category that has been trained only.

Gold Squares are already obtained Skills. Black Squares are skills that have yet to be trained. Partially white squares are skills that are being trained but have not been trained enough to get a skill level increase in. How much of the black square is white shows how close the player is to achieving the next skill level.

The sub-skills Carpentry, Cooking, Farming, Fishing, and Trapping have skill books that increase the XP multiplier once you read them.

List of Skills

Agility

Name Effect
Sprinting This affects how fast you can Run.

This can be leveled by Running (hold SHIFT).

Nimble The Nimble skill affects how fast you move while Sneaking, jumping over windows/fences,

and how much visibility you lose when aiming. [1]

This can be leveled by sneaking, climbing through windows, and jumping over fences.

Lightfooted This is your ability to Run or Walk quietly.

This can be leveled by Walking or Running near zombies while undetected.

Sneaking Your general ability to avoid detection when Sneaking.

This can be leveled by Sneaking (holding CTRL or Z) near zombies while undetected.

Blade

Name Effect
Accuracy Influences hit chance, damage done, and critical chance of bladed weapons.
Guard Helps the player to avoid being scratched when a bladed weapon is equipped.
Maintenance Condition of the bladed weapon lowers at a slower rate.

Blunt

Name Effect
Accuracy Influences hit chance, damage done, and critical chance of blunt weapons.
Guard Helps the player to avoid being scratched when a blunt weapon is equipped.
Maintenance Condition of the blunt weapon lowers at a slower rate.

Crafting

Name Effect
Carpentry With higher skill level, Carpentry gives new building options, improves the quality and increases the health of player-constructed carpentry.

Barricading and removing barricades is faster.

This can be leveled by Crafting anything that uses Wooden Planks or by sawing Logs into planks.

Cooking Cooking increases your Crafted Food's hunger reduction by factor: 0.7-Lv0, 1.0-Lv1, 1.1-Lv2, 1.4-Lv3, 1.5-Lv4 and 2.0-Lv5.

This can be leveled by cooking food in Ovens, Microwaves, Toasters, Barbecues, or by Crafting Food Recipes

Farming Raising the Farming skill allows you to check up on a plants status and the information available increases as the skill does.

This can be leveled by harvesting crops.

Firearm

Name Effect
Aiming Your aiming skill determines how accurately you can shoot, your chance to make a critical hit, range, angle, and recoil time.

This can be leveled up by killing an enemy with a firearm.

Reloading Your reloading skill determines how long it takes your character to take out a magazine, load some bullets, and insert the magazine back in.

This can be leveled up by reloading any firearm.

Survivalist

Name Effect
Fishing Your fishing skill determines how long it takes you to fish, chance of breaking the line, letting the fish escape, losing bait or tackle,

and increases your chance to catch a larger fish.

This can be leveled up by casting your line into the water. No matter what the outcome of the cast you will gain some XP. Larger fish will bring in more XP.

Trapping Your trapping skill gives you a better chance of catching something in your trap and the ability to make new traps.

This can be leveled by retrieving the animals caught in your traps.

Foraging Your foraging skill gives you a better chance to find a higher quality food items and a higher quantity of them.

This can be leveled by going into the forest, right-clicking on an area and selecting Forage.

See Also

References

  1. http://www.theindiestone.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=7153&p=98738#p98738