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Skill Guide

Play Guide Contents

Attributes/Stats

Banking

Buying

Characters

Cities

Classes

Combat

Controlling Pets

Command Line

Dropping

Dying

Eating

Giving

Guilds

Identification

Inventory

Item Types

Logging On/Off

Magic

Making a Living

Making Items

Parties

Picking Up

Portals

Quests

Selling

Special Items

Talking

Titles

Time

Using Items

Using Skills

Walking Around

Weapons

Making a Living

The most important thing you need to do in Oberin is make a living. You may have aspirations of being a famous and valiant warrior, but you won't be slaying any dragons your first day in Oberin. In fact, you will be lucky if you can scrap together enough gold to feed yourself. Everyone starts Oberin as a lowly peasant. It takes time and patience to build a highly skilled character.

Mages can't practice their art until they can afford to buy reagents, and warriors can't do battle until they have enough gold to buy weapons and armor. The best way for new citizens to accumulate gold is by selling items to other players or in one of the many Oberin shops. Items can be raw materials gathered from the world or finished goods crafted by players.