Wizard Spells: Levelling Tips
Fireball, Electronic Shock, Great Fireball, Hellfire, Tunderbolt, Lightning, Ice Bolt, Thunderstorm, Vampirism and Flame Disruptor
These spells can be levelled by standing in a SZ (safest one is Bichon Wall aka Castle Bichon) and aiming at
the ArcherGuard (this is the ONLY type of guard that will not kill you if you hit them with a spell).
Firewall, Magic Shield and Mirroring
These spells can be levelled by standing in any shop or SZ.
All of the above spells can be levelled while AFK (overnight for example) by jamming something on the F-key that
is used for the spell. But if you do go AFK it essential that you store all your equipment (including everything
you are wearing) as SZ's and shops are not 100% safe.
All of the above spells can be levelled for free - by leaving AFK your MP will automatically regenerate enough to
allow the spell to level.
The best way to level this spell is to tame a hen, go into a shop and rest the hen against a wall or in a corner
and then continually repel the hen - this can be done AFK like the other spells above but only if a hen is used
as other pets will attack you if they untame.
The best way to level this spell is to continually teleport around Bichon Province - if you collect chestnuts from
any chestnut trees you come across this will pay for the MP you use levelling this spell.
Firebang and Frost Crunch
The best way to level these spells is to either use the Trainer in BW (but store all you kit before you do) or to
teleport around Serpent Valley and kill the snakes using these spells. The first method using the Trainer is the
cheapest way of levelling the spell. Do not under any circumstances try this spell on ArcherGuards as they will kill you.
The best way to level this spell is to use the Trainer in BW. Do not under any circumstances try this spell on
ArcherGuards as they will kill you.
This is an extremely hard and expensive spell to level. Skill points on this spell only go up when the undead mob
dies as a result of the spell. The best and quickest, but most expensive way, to level this spell is to find a tao
who is willing to let you use their Bone Familiar to level the spell on, just continually use the spell on the
Familiar until it dies and have the tao continually summon new familiars for you to TU. Do not under any circumstances
use TU on a levelled Bone Familiar or without the Tao's permission.
Another method of levelling TU that is less expensive (but not much!) is to store as many MP bundles as you can in
your storage and then go to Oma Caves and TU all the types of Skeletons in there. When you run out of MP just go to
the storage man on the 2nd floor and withdraw some more MP bundles - this saves you having to keep going back to town
for more MP. The drops from the skeletons will go some way to making some of the money back spent on MP. Even better is
to bring 5 pets along with you, then when TUing skeletons only TU each skeleton once - if the skeleton dies great, if
not the skeleton is lured by the spell so just let your pets kill it - at the end you will have some level 7 pets to go
Every spell except Turn Undead can be levelled either free or cheaply without needing to use a Skill Necklace as the
majority of them can be done while AFK overnight completely free. A Skill Necklace is however essential for levelling
Turn Undead as this is a very expensive spell to level, however I would recommend only using a skill necklace if you
are using a Tao's bone familiar. From my own experience levelling TU with the use of a Skill Necklace costs around
300k in pots for level 1, about 700k for level 2 and around 750k for level 3