The concept of using trainers to improve skills came into being very late in the series, starting with Ultima VII.
Another wiki source http://strategywiki.org/wiki/Ultima_VII:_The_Black_Gate/Trainers
Ultima VII trainers and their training programEdit
- De Snel - Combat +2
- Sentri - Dex +1
- Jakher - Str +1, Int +1
- Karenna - Dex +1, Combat +1
- Bradman - Dex +2
- Penni - Str +1, Combat +1
- Denby - Dex +1, Int +1, Magic +1
- Zella - Dex +1, Combat +1
- Chad - Dex +1, Combat +1
- Markus - Combat +1
- Menion - Str +2, Combat +1
- Lucky - Int +1
- Rayburt - Int +1, Dex +1, Combat +1
- In For-Lem - Str +1, Dex +1, Combat +1 / Int +2, Magic +1 (warrior or mage)
- Zaksam - Combat +2, Str +1
- Perrin - Int +2, Magic +1
- Jillian - Int +1, Magic +1
Serpent Isle trainers and their training program Edit
- Luther - Str + 3
- Caladin - Str + 2, Combat + 1
- Brendann - Combat + 2, Dex + 1
- Shazzana - Dex + 2, Combat + 1
- Wilfred - Str + 1, Combat + 1 (after Bane attack)
- Tsandar - Str + 1, Combat + 2
- Elissa - Int + 1, Magic +1
Ultima IX trainers Edit
Note that in this game, each of the five categories has three techniques to learn. These trainers have to be visited in the order below to learn the techniques for each of the weapon categories.
- Duncan in Moonglow teaches the first two techniques.
- The third technique is found in an underwater tomb west of Yew in a book.
The world beyond the cities - and sometimes within - can be a violent place. Many monstrosities indigenous to the Serpent Isle have a bloodthirsty hatred for humans, and even some non-sentient plants have lethal forms of protection. Fighters take up arms and armour to do battle with foes both natural and otherworldly. Some warriors travel great distances to receive proper training. Others learn directly upon the battlefield of life. Fighters discover early the importance of strength, agility and perception, else they die. Skilled with many weapons, fighters compose the bulk of the adventure-minded population and are often the protectors of entire communities.
Practitioners of my art - especially those charlatans in Moonshade - are often willing to sell spells and reagents. Weaving magic is expensive and often wizards are forced to this sort of livelihood as a source of income. While I hope never to fall prey to such necessity, I will always be willing to share knowledge with other masters - shouldst there be any - of the arcane art