The World of Morrowind: Guide to Master Trainers - Acrobatics
In this multi-part guide we will offer insight and all the available master trainers in the game. What are trainers for? Find out here.
After you’ve chosen the skills which complement your character-build best, there are two different ways of gaining points for those skills. The first thing you can do, which takes longer but doesn’t leave you out of pocket, is to build up said skill by continuous practice and the application of that skill. For instance, if you are trying to gain points in the Sneak skill, you can do so by simply keeping the left control key pressed and wait until some points are added.
The other way of building up your skills is to actually pay trainers, or people who are teachers of a skill for a price, in order to build up your skill all the way to epic levels. This is of course the easiest way to maximise skill points in the game, but most trainers are pricey and it can take quite a number of gold pieces before you notice a considerable difference.
If you choose to pay a trainer to gain skill points, the only way to reach the maximum 100 points is to find a Master Trainer in the skill. In this multi-part guide, there will be a list of all available master trainers in the game and the skills which they can help with.
The main trainers for the Acrobatics skill are:
Senyndie – A woman of the Redguard race who lives in the Fighters guild offices in Vivec’s Arena canton. They can train all the way to 100 points, but it is worth noting that all of the highest trainers in the game are very expensive. You can make her more friendly by meeting with Ahnassi, the Khajiit in Pelagiad’s thieves guild, who will recommend you to Senydie. She will then lower her prices considerably.
Sugar-Lips Habasi – Habasi is a Khajiit who is a high-rank thief in Balmora. She can be found in the South Wall corner club, and will offer training in Acrobatics up to 79 points. If you are a member of the Thieves guild, as you do quests for Habasi her training prices will eventually be more accessible.