Its the only major skill I have that I haven't mastered so I am looking 4 a way to lvl it up without a trainer... I am only looking 4 a way that includes keeping my analog stick moving forward with a rubber band. I tried just running into a wall with a rubberband but that takes way to long... I heard swimming into a wall with a rubber band would b quicker but I can't find a place to do that... Oh and I have a necklace that let's mi breath underwater --- Games looking 4ward to: Bioshock 2, Uncharted 2, Modern Warfare 2, GoW 3 PSN: brianack96
#2AlekPej79Posted 8/8/2009 10:37:37 AM
I heard drain speed. so make a spell to 0, but not sure if true. As for me athletics is fast, I made a speedy spell and 100% chameleon and run everywhere.
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#3JoolsyPosted 8/8/2009 12:41:06 PM
The easiest way to train Athletics is to equip an item enchanted with Water Breathing (Fin Gleam is great for this) then trap your PS3 contrlloer stick forward using a rubber band and let your character swim underwater against a rock.
All you need to do then is hit X when you reach levels 25, 50, 75 & 100.
yea i no lol its just that i couldnt find a rock to do this against lol --- Games looking 4ward to: Bioshock 2, Uncharted 2, Modern Warfare 2, GoW 3 PSN: brianack96
#5JoolsyPosted 8/8/2009 1:50:32 PM
There are a few places in the water circling the Imperial City, also West of Anvil, actually there are many locations you can do this at - keep exploring the water, you'll be raising Athletics while you look too.
#6hoagieman482Posted 8/9/2009 4:59:36 AM
South of Leyawin, the river opens up into the ocean, but there is an invisible "wall" much like if you try to walk to Morrowind. Rubberband the analog stick there with a water breathing enchantment, and you should be good. I cannot confirm myself, but I have read that somewhere else, so give it a shot. --- I drank what? Socrates, last words