World of Warcraft First Aid Guide
First aid cannot be overlooked by any
player. No matter how good you are, chances are that you
are going to sustain some type of damage to your character
at one time or another. If you don’t know first aid,
you’re going to have a much harder time recovering after a
battle. Here are some tips on how to quickly and
effectively perform first aid not only on yourself but on
other characters as well.
Your first aid skill is considered a secondary skill, which
means that you can combine it with any other profession. It’s
probably the best secondary skill you can learn and can really
come in handy. Here’s how to get started.
First, there are two main components or items that you will
need. Bandages or anti-venoms are required for all first aid
skills. When you first get started, you’ll get rudimentary
bandages, but you will need to find anti-venom or complete
quests to get that particular item. There are numerous kinds of
anti-venom that are incredibly useful and different situations
will call for different types of this item.
This is a skill that players can start right off the bat at
level one. Granted, you won’t have the best bandages yet, since
they will only be available once you advance in skill, but they
are better than nothing. Start out by getting your
apprenticeship from a trainer. You can always go back to learn
more, but this will get you started.
Now, you will need to purchase the Expert First Aid – Under
Wraps item. If you are a member of the Alliance, this can be
found in the Arathi Highlands. Horde players can find theirs in
Dustwallow Marsh. Once you purchase this item, you will be able
to progress past skill level 150. Your goal is to get to 375,
so by this point, you’re well on your way.
Once you’ve worked your way up to level 225, you’ll need to
complete the Triage Quest which will quickly bump you up to
300. Keep in mind that once you reach 240 you can go back to
your trainer to learn advanced bandage wrapping to quickly move
up in skill.
Anti-venoms are available as you progress in skill. At level
80, you’ll be able to get your first one from your trainer.
This costs about 1 silver piece and 50 coppers, depending on
where you get it. After you hit level 130, you’ll be able to
purchase the strong anti-venom which usually retails for about
2 silvers and 50 coppers.
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