What Are Skill Points?
Skill Points go hand in hand with
attacks. When you start off your current skill points are set at 0.
Skill Points will allow you to add 1 (one) level to an attack of your choice, but only to that one and only attack.
An added level to an attack increases its attack damage by 5%
So, for example, your current skill point is 1, and lets say you wanted to add a level to a Kamehameha (10%)
Therefore, when the skill level is used, the Kamehameha will be upgraded to a Kamehameha Lv. 2 (15%), and so on.
How Do I Gain Skill Points?
To Gain Skill Points, you must first train in order to upgrade attack levels.
Master Roshi: The famous Master Roshi is known throughout the land, for either his fighting style, his large arrangement of attacks, or maybe just his reputation for chasing down women along the sidewalk. But either way, don't let his techniques fool you, his old and wise ways are excellent for training.
Training: Training with Master Roshi can take 1-2 and a half days to complete. Master Roshi Specializes in Skill Points for Attacks from a 1-10% range.
Counts as 1 Skill Points
Dende: A living being who is alien to humans, respected by fellow Nameks, and Guardian of the planet Earth. This Namek has the ability to increase the potential Skill Points of techniques such as Solar Flare, Zanzoken, or Skill Points with attacks for different Martial Arts Style trainers (e.g. Orange Energy Flanko, Saiyan Blood Lust, Black Thorns, etc...)
Training: Training with Dende can take 2-4 days to complete.
Counts as 2 Skill Points
Kibitoshin: For those who do not know the story, Kibitoshin is a Supreme Kai Warrior. This outcome was forged by an un-certain fusion with the Potarra Earings forging the being we know as Kibitoshin. Kibito, who was a magnificent fighter has the brute force and talk to back it up. Supreme Kai, on the other hand, posses a great force and wisdom with a peaceful nature balancing both factors out.
Training: Training with Kibitoshin may take up to a week depending on your current PL. Kibitoshin specializes in Skill Points for attacks greater than a 10% increase.
Counts as 3 Skill Points
Keys: If you so happen to discover a key, then you have an opportunity to gain a Skill Points in half the time it originally takes.
Fire Key: Allows you to cut the time in half by training inside a secret location. Used for attacks 1-10%
Water Key: Allows you to cut the time in half for gaining Skill Points on techniques.
Ice Key: Cuts the time in half for Skill Points with attacks greater than 10%
Terra Key: Allows you to learn any attack Skill Points and cut the time in half
Putting It All Together
Basically, any attack within a range of 1-10% AD requires 1 Skill Point to upgrade
Any technique will take 2 Skill Points to upgrade
And any attack with a range greater than 10% will require 3 Skill Points to upgrade
You may also trade different skills to upgrade another attack, for example:
You train with Kibitoshin and have 3 Skill Points, you can use 2 of them on a Technique and 1 of them on an attack below 10%
**Note** To begin your Skill Level training, each Trainer may ask for a form of payment or require you to bring them a certain item
*IMPORTANT* When upgrading attacks be sure to take into mind the actual percent (%) increase to your own stats, if the attack is too powerful you may end up killing yourself