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Starting at 4th level, each ability offers two options.
Each ability—whether active, passive, or associated with a companion—offers two different options, starting at level 4. These options are mutually exclusive (you can’t unlock two level 4 upgrades), but at the same time offer unique and powerful bonuses that make it beneficial to develop multiple abilities to the maximum level.
Finally, there are a few things to keep in mind regarding character development:
Invest the skill points you have received. They greatly affect the fighting qualities of your character, so you should not “save them for later.”
Invested skill points are related to profile availability – in order to access a given type of profile, you must spend a certain amount of skill points on certain trees. You can read more on the topic in a separate chapter on profiles.
Do not forget to develop the abilities of your companions. They gain skill points (and level up) every time you level up.
The cost of the ability increases proportionally. The first level is worth 1 point, the second 2 points and so on up to 6 points. To max out an ability, you must put 21 skill points into it.