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Helpfile keywords: learned
Syntax: learned (<letter/spell/skill>) With no argument, the learned command will show all skills and spells available to a player in order of descending proficiency. If an argument is added, i.e. "learned a", it will list all skills/spells that begin with the letter a. To see a specific skill or spell, you would type "learned <skill name/spell name>.
Related helpfiles: None.
Helpfile keywords: learnskills
Syntax: learn <teacher name> learn here learn <teacher name> <skill or spell> learn decline <teacher> If a player offers to help you increase your learned proficiency in a skill or spell, you can either accept the lesson by typing 'learn <teacher name>' or you can decline with 'learn decline <teacher name>'. Practicing your skills and spells with the help of a PC teacher has many benefits. The cost to practice is halved and the amount you learn is doubled. With each lesson, you also gain some experience. Typing 'learn here' will display who in the room can teach you, which skills and spells are available to learn, the cost (in practices), what your current proficiency is and the max proficiency the teacher can help you improve your skill to. Skills which are too high level or you're more proficient in them than the teacher will not be listed. If the teacher can teach proficiencies to 80% but has all skills learned to 75%, he can only teach the skills to 75%. Typing 'learn <teacher name> <skill or spell>' will attempt to learn the skill or spell from a specific teacher in the room who can teach it. The teacher must have 'toggle teach' turned on. It is not possible to learn the 'teach' skill.
Related helpfiles: Casting, Damage, Practice, Teach.