Complete Guide to
Wizard101 Training Points
Are you new to the game, starting a new character or preparing to head into PvP? Chances are you’ll need to grab all the training points (TPS) you can get. Well not to fear, Final Bastion is here with an updated guide to all the TPS available in the game! This guide will not only give you the complete list of TPS available in game but will also tell you how each one can be acquired with links to guides for all those pesky scavenger hunt points. Happy collecting, spell-casters! Additionally, don’t forget to check out our updated Training Point Calculator for even more fun with Training Points.
What is a Training Point?
In a nutshell, a training point is a type of currency that allows you to train spells that are not naturally learned from your instructors or via questing. These spells are known as “off-school” spells since they come from schools outside of your area of focus. TPS are very helpful in both PvP (ex. Tower Shield) and PvE (ex: enhancements such as Epic).
How can I acquire Training Points?
TPS are acquired in 2 main ways. Naturally via leveling up or by completing certain quests which reward training points. Wizards acquire 1 training point every 4 levels until level 20. Moreover, beyond level 20, wizards acquire TPS every 5 levels. At the current max level (Lvl 160), a wizard can acquire a total of 69 training points from training point quests (36 training points) and achieving max lvl (33 training points).
How do I spend Training Points?
Training Points allow you to train any off school spell at a number of trainers hidden throughout the Spiral. Each spell trained costs 1 training point. Choose wisely! After a training point is used it can only be refunded for crowns from Mr. Lincoln in Golem Court. Once you refund your TPS, you lose all spells that you have trained with these points. The crowns cost varies with the number of training points you are attempting to recover (a refund of the first 3 TPS is free) with a cost of 350 crowns per training point beyond the initial 3. Do note that the refund is all or nothing meaning you will always have to refund all of your training points when purchasing from Mr. Lincoln. This can be quite expensive at the higher levels. However, if you are a subscribing member Kingsisle occasionally offers a member benefit allowing you to recover your TPS for free. If you have a lot of TPS that you want to be refunded then it may be a good idea to wait for this benefit before heading to Mr. Lincoln.
Quest Training Points
(36 training points total)
Prospector Zeke’s Quests
Prospector Zeke is the most familiar way to collect training points. Prospector Zeke offers 1 training point per world (with the exception of Khyrsalis which offers 2 training points from Zeke). Zeke’s quests typically involve finding different items hidden throughout each respective world. You can currently acquire a total of 20 training points from Prospector Zeke’s quests. Click on the links below for a complete guide to the locations in each world. (Fun Fact: The items collected in each world are named after real life bands)
- Wizard City: Find the Smiths
- Krokotopia: Find the Beetles
- Marleybone: Stray Cat Strut
- Mooshu: Blue Oyster Cult
- Dragonspyre: The Stone Roses
- Celestia: Lounge Lizards
- Zafaria: Hey Hey Its the Monkeys
- Avalon: Crowology
- Azteca: The Ufo’s
- Khrysalis Part 1: Oh boy, Khryckets!
- Khyrsalis Part 2: Iron Butterflies
- Polaris: Too cold… Too cold
- Mirage: Midday at the Oasis
- Empyrea: Hootie’s Blowfish
- Karamelle: Lemon Heads
- Lemuria: Hero Flowers
- Novus: Talking Heads
Eloise Merryweather’s Training Point Quests
Prospector Zeke’s wife is usually found beside her husband offering her services for a few crowns or some gold. However, in the last three worlds, she has become more generous- offering us training points for completing her very own scavenger hunts. You can currently acquire 6 training points from Eloise. Click on each link below for a complete guide.
- Khrysalis: Khyrsantheum
- Polaris: Polar Roses
- Mirage: Cactus Blossoms
- Empyrea: Turn that Crown Upside-Down
- Karamelle: Peanut Buttercups
- Lemuria: LED Zeppelins
Wizard City Training Point Quest
The Wizard City Mainline quest offers 1 training point for your wizard after completing the quest “Enrollment”. This quest is mainline and very early in the game so it’s almost guaranteed you will automatically receive this training point.
Celestia Training Point Quests
These Celestia sidequests offer some of the easiest training points that can be acquired in game. Odgen Peak will offer you these quests at lvl 52 (“The Special”), 54 (“Me and my Arrow”) and 56 (“Time for Tea”) respectively once you have completed the previous quest in the chain. The tasks are fairly simple such as talking to someone, acquiring some pet snacks (easily purchased at the bazaar) and crafting a tea set. This quest chain offers 3 training points for your use.
Zafaria Training Point Quests
Inyanga Whitestripes, the resident witchdoctor has more to offer your wizard than hoodoo. He also has 2 training points to offer. His relatively easy quests: “Mane of Terror” and “Relative Dimensions” will have your wizard ready to earn a duo of spells in no time.
Avalon Training Point Quests
The illustrious Francis Lux has an offer you cannot refuse! He offers 1 defeat and collect quest called “The Art of Magic.” along with 2 scavenger hunting quests. This comes up to a total of 3 training points for your wizard.
Click on the links below for a complete guide to the scavenger hunt quests.
Khrysalis Training Point Quest
Another scavenger hunt quest-This one sees you seeking the elusive Obelisk orbs for Zaltanna the Mirrormask. This quest offers your wizard 1 training point. Click below for a complete guide.
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What are you waiting for?
Head out there and get those training points!