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Forensic Evaluation

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With the new Honesty system the forgotten skill of Forensic Evaluation comes back to usefulness, since with this skill you can find out who has lost the things you have found across Sosaria.

You need a minimum of 41.1 points in FE to be able to get information from the lost items you've found and thus gather more Honesty points when turning them in. You can skill up to a bit over 60 in about half an hour:

1. Buy FE from a NPC (Healer, Judge, Bloodletter, Fortune Teller, and some more) to around 28.

2. Kill sheep at Yew Farm and evaluate their corpses until you reach 36.

3. Hire a NPC Beggar and use the skill on him/her with an activated Scroll of Alacrity.

You will end up with FE of around 61 by the time the scroll stops working, and with this skill you already have a chance to get the name of the owner of the lost item, gathering even more Honesty points.

If you want to become a Grandmaster Detective, continue using FE on the Beggar till around 70 skill, then go and find a Thief (there are always some hanging around in Buccs Den) and torture him/her till you reach 90, and then move up to his/her boss, the Guild Leader, till GM.

I found that becoming a Grandmaster Detective is one of the fastest and easiest professions to learn.



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also once you hit about 41, 42 ish, you can simply do forensics over and over again on a picked paragon chest all the way up to 100.