模板:First Aid

First Aid is a secondary profession which enables a player to heal themselves or others, and to remove poisons. First Aid practitioners may create a variety of bandages which can be used to heal any player. Bandages can be made from either Linen Cloth, Wool Cloth, Silk Cloth, Mageweave Cloth, Runecloth, Netherweave Cloth, Frostweave Cloth, Embersilk Cloth or Windwool Cloth (see list of cloths). Higher quality cloth produces more effective bandages. When applied to a character, bandages cannot be reapplied to that same character for the next 60 seconds, until the Recently Bandaged debuff disappears. First Aid practitioners can also make anti-venom consumables from venom sacs dropped by various poisonous monsters (e.g., scorpids and spiders), though they are not as powerful as those created by Alchemists.

Official overview

Physicians save lives in the dangerous world of Azeroth by using bandages and antidotes to heal injuries and remove poisons. By turning cloth of varying quality into potent medical supplies, they can quickly get wounded heroes back into a fight, supplementing (but not replacing) magical means of healing.
First Aid is a secondary profession - anyone can train as a physician, no matter how many other professions they've devoted themselves to.
Antidotes and bandages can be created almost anywhere, as long as you have the appropriate ingredients - cloth (for bandages) and venom sacs (for anti-venom).[1]

Uses

First Aid is highly recommended to all classes as a way of reducing downtime between battles, by quickly restoring health after combat. Even classes with healing spells can benefit, since using a bandage after combat will conserve mana, saving the time otherwise spent drinking. Bandages can also be applied to the combat pets.

Bandages, usable in or out of combat, also have a large role in groups and raids. Characters who are not tanking or healing can back away from the battle at hand and apply a bandage to themselves, to help save the healer's mana. However, be warned that being hit (including damage over time spells) while applying a bandage will cancel its channeled heal. A remedy to this problem is to stun, fear, or find some other means to lose the aggro of that monster long enough to get some use out of the bandage. In addition, if you're in a raid instance or boss fight where your classes skills are ineffective (Such as anything with an Anti-Magic Field), or you're silenced or something similar, you can use Bandages to back up the healers temporarily (Just stay away from AOE attacks and you'll be fine)

An attempt to apply the bandage during the fight has a risk of loosing it without any use if the aid procedure has been interrupted by the enemy strike.

Skill level guide

Skill Source Learn
1 Trainer Train First Aid and Linen Bandage
40 Trainer Heavy Linen Bandage
50 Trainer Raise potential to 150
80 Trainer Wool Bandage and Anti-Venom
115 Trainer Heavy Wool Bandage
125 Trainer Raise potential to 225
130 Recipe Strong Anti-Venom
150 Trainer Silk Bandage
180 Trainer Heavy Silk Bandage
210 Trainer Mageweave Bandage
225 Trainer Raise potential to 300
240 Trainer Heavy Mageweave Bandage
260 Trainer Runecloth Bandage
290 Trainer Heavy Runecloth Bandage
300 Recipe Powerful Anti-Venom
300 Trainer Raise potential to 375
300 Trainer Netherweave Bandage
330 Trainer Heavy Netherweave Bandage
350 Trainer WotLK Raise potential to 450
350 Trainer WotLK Frostweave Bandage
400 Recipe WotLK Heavy Frostweave Bandage
425 Trainer Icon Cataclysm 18x18.gif Raise potential to 525
425 Trainer Icon Cataclysm 18x18.gif Embersilk Bandage
475 Trainer Icon Cataclysm 18x18.gif Heavy Embersilk Bandage
525 Trainer Icon Cataclysm 18x18.gif Dense Embersilk Bandage
525 Trainer MoP Raise potential to 600
525 Trainer MoP Windwool Bandage
550 Trainer MoP Heavy Windwool Bandage
600 Automatic MoP Heavy Windwool Bandage (efficient)
1 Recipe WoD Raise potential to 700
1 Recipe WoD Antiseptic Bandage
1 Recipe WoD Blackwater Anti-Venom
1 Recipe WoD Fire Ammonite Oil
1 Recipe WoD Healing Tonic

To begin your first aid career, seek out the First Aid trainer in the starting zone for your race. There are no prerequisites for learning First Aid other than the 10 copper you'll be charged. Once you've acquired the First Aid skill, you can begin making Linen Bandages immediately and your potential skill level will be 75. Thereafter, consult the following table as you progress in First Aid skill.

A level 1 character (with enough gold) can raise their first aid skill to 225, high enough to use [[]]s providing another character creates them.

Death knights begin with 270 First Aid skill and knowledge of all trainer-taught recipes up to Heavy Runecloth Bandages.

Training locations

Trainers are located in each city and in several other population centers. Consult the list of trainers or ask a guard for directions. Any trainer may teach you all ranks of First Aid.

The only recipe not taught by a trainer is Manual: Strong Anti-Venom.

Manual: Heavy Frostweave Bandage is a world drop from any level-75 or higher humanoid creature in Northrend, providing that the player has a skill level of 390 in First Aid. However it is not mandatory, as the trainer will teach this recipe.

Optional Quest

Upon completing this quest, you will instead receive 20 Heavy Runecloth Bandage and an Alliance Trauma Certification/Horde Trauma Certification. Quest givers are:

Patch changes

See also

References

External links

For leveling guides please visit Tradeskill leveling guides

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