If you want to pull up a training requirement window for a skill, it has to be in one of your hotkey bars. Just hold the “alt” key and click the hotkey for it in the tab and the skill training window should pop up. Happy training and happy holidays!
In Welsh and Irish Mythology red and white are associated with supernatural entities, this can be seen in the Fomorian mask the Black Wizard wears.
In Welsh ch should be pronounced with a hard K sound, and R should be pronounced with a trill, or roll, as such “Tarlach” should be pronounced so that it rhymes with “lock” and not “latch”, with the R lending a bear like growl.
According to Sioned Davies, Mabinogi is a medieval Welsh word meaning ‘story of youth’. It is generally accepted that this was a term used for stories told to children, or to describe a tale about young people. In modern times the phrase Mabinogion has been used as a title for the collection of eleven medieval welsh tales originally found in two manuscripts, The White Book of Rhydderch, c.1350, and The Red Book of Hergest c.1410.
A popular idea in international mythology is the concept that if a monster is struck twice they will regain their power instead of being defeated, leaving the hero to finish the creature with a single blow. In “Mabinogi” monsters such as the Lycanthrope, and Flying Swords revive if struck multiple times with certain attacks, leaving the player to rely on a particular technique, or a single powerful blow to defeat them.