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My Time at Sandrock: Skills List and How to Respec Knowledge Points

In the latest Sims 4 update, players can create a new character and choose their skills. This guide will break down all of the skills available to you as well as information on how to respec your knowledge points.

My Time at Sandrock is a new game that allows players to create their own character and explore the world of Dereth. The skills list and how to respec knowledge points are two topics in this game. Read more in detail here: my time at sandrock.

You’ll acquire experience and Knowledge Points as you go through My Time at Sandrock, which you may use to improve your talents. Gathering, Workshop, Combat, and Social are the four knowledge categories where these points may be spent. To get XP for a given skill tree, you must complete specified objectives for each category. Points aren’t thrown into a big pot to be used anyway you like. 

This guide will go through all of the existing talents in My Time at Sandrock, as well as their consequences. If you choose to take a different route, it will also inform you how to respec Knowledge Points. However, since there aren’t many available, and several are still in Early Access, it’s unlikely that you’ll need to respec much, if at all. 

Knowledge Skills Explained During My Time at Sandrock

You won’t be able to access knowledge trees until you reach Character Level 5. You’ll discover the four talent trees under the Knowledge tab in the menu after you’ve done that. It’s the lightbulb symbol on the right side, between the Calendar and the Album. 

Perform particular tasks relevant to each Knowledge area to get experience in that topic.

  • Interacting with rubbish and scrap heaps, collecting different commodities from the ground and trees, and mining are all examples of gathering. 
  • Workshop: Building item schematics and crafting stuff at your workbench. 
  • Combat consists of fighting monsters and adversaries as well as sparring with the locals. 
  • Social: conversing with the locals, sparring with them, and so forth.

Each Knowledge area has its own Level that may be increased regardless of the character’s level. The top right corner of each category in the Knowledge page displays your total level and progress to the next level.

When you have an unspent skill point, a lightbulb appears to the right of your stamina bar, and you can check how many you have by accessing the Knowledge tab and glancing at the four category symbols in the top left. There’s no need to save up skill points since each level just costs one point. 

Select a category, double-click a skill node, and then click the Learn button at the bottom of the right-hand description to spend skills points. If you double-click a talent you don’t want, you may quit the menu altogether by pressing ESC, clicking another category and selecting “Cancel,” or right-clicking on the node (albeit the latter didn’t function during my time with the game). 

Here is a list of all of the talents presently available in My Time at Sandrock, as explained in-game.

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  • Basic Information Gathering
    • Level 1: The amount of EXP obtained from collecting has risen by 10%.
    • Level 2: Increase the amount of EXP obtained by recycling by 10%.
    • Level 3: Scavenging EXP from gathering knowledge increases by 10%.
  • Herbal Expertise
    • Level 1: When picking herbs, you’ll get twice as much dew.
    • Level 2: When gathering herbs, you have a tiny chance of finding a four-leaf clover.
  • Knowledge of the Picker-Upper
    • Level 1: Digging through rubbish heaps yields twice as many Dregs.
    • Gain a tiny chance of finding gold and gems in garbage heaps at level 2.
  • Basic Woodsmanship
    • Level 1: The amount of EXP received by logging and kicking trees has risen by 10%.
    • Level 2: The amount of knowledge EXP gained by logging and kicking trees has risen by 10%.
  • Advanced Wood Expertise
    • Level 1: Logging and kicking 10% of the time returns 2 points of stamina.
    • Level 2: There’s a risk that while kicking trees, you’ll knock out all that’s accessible.
    • Level 3: When logging, you have a 10% chance of getting additional resources.
  • Basic Stone Information
    • Level 1: EXP gained from mining increases by 10%.
    • Level 2: The amount of knowledge EXP gained from mining has risen by 10%.
  • Advanced Stone Expertise
    • When mining with the Pickhammer, you have a 10% chance of getting 2 points of stamina back.
    • Level 2: When mining, you have a 10% chance of getting additional minerals.
  • Obtaining Knowledge as Fuel
    • Level 1: When you mine, you have a 10% chance of getting an additional Power Stone if you locate the first one.
  • Gem-Finding Expertise
    • Level 1: When you mine, you have a 10% chance of getting an additional gem if you locate the first one.
  • Gunpowder’s Search for Knowledge
    • Level 1: When mining, you have a 10% chance of getting more Nitre if you locate the first one.
  • Finding Discs Expertise
    • Level 1: When you mine, you have a 10% chance of getting an additional Data Disc if you locate the first one.
  • Knowledge of endurance
    • Levels 1 and 2: Stamina points are increased by 5%.
  • Knowledge on How to Recover Your Stamina
    • Level 1: Stamina was recovered by ordering meals, which resulted in a 10% boost in stamina.
    • Food restores 10% extra stamina at level 2.

Workshop Techniques

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  • Knowledge of Mass Production
    • Level 1: Making things on the Worktable gives you 10% extra EXP.
    • Workshop (Level 2) The amount of knowledge EXP obtained from goods created on machines or at your workstation raised by 10%.
  • Knowledge of Water Conservation
    • Level 1: Machines’ water consumption slowed by 10%.
    • Level 2: The amount of dew required to create water was reduced by two.
  • Knowing How to Save Money on Gas
    • Levels 1 and 2: Fuel consumption decreased by 10%. 
  • Knowledge of Time Management
    • Improve machine production speed by 10% at levels 1 and 2.
  • Knowledge of the Learner
    • Level 1: When creating items on the Assembly Station, get 10% extra EXP.
    • Level 2: EXP obtained from manufacturing objects on the Assembly Station raised by 10% in terms of workshop knowledge.
  • Knowledge about high-quality goods
    • Level 1: Increased likelihood of receiving high-quality products from the Assembly Station. 
    • Level 2: Increased likelihood of receiving high-quality products from the Worktable and machines.
  • Master Knowledge of High Quality
    • Level 1: The Assembly Station offers an even higher possibility of receiving high-quality products. 
    • Level 2: There’s a higher probability of getting high-quality things from the Worktable and machines at this level. 
  • Yard Expertise
    • Level 1: The maximum stat boost from furnishings has been raised by 10%.
  • Plant Expertise
    • Level 1: Crop growth is accelerated by ten percent.
    • Levels 2 and 3: Each harvest yields 10% more crops.
  • Storage Expertise
    • Levels 1–2: The cost of gaining additional bag spaces has been reduced by 5%.
  • Knowledge of Expansion
    • Levels 1 and 2: The cost of fresh land has dropped by 5%. 

Combat Techniques

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  • Long-term planning
    • Long-range weapons’ damage increases by 5% at level one.
  • Knowledge of how to survive
    • Level 1: The maximum HP has been boosted by 10%.
    • Level 2: When utilizing items, get 20% extra HP.
  • Melee Fundamentals
    • Level 1: Melee weapon damage has been raised by 5%.
  • Novice Heavy Sword
    • Level 1: Master a three-hit heavy sword combination.
    • Level 2: Master a four-hit combination. 
    • Level 3: Master a five-hit combination.
  • Novice Sword and Shield
    • Learn a three-hit combination with the sword and shield at level one.
    • Level 2: Master a four-hit combination. 
    • Level 3: Master a five-hit combination.
  • Novice Dagger
    • Learn a three-hit combination with the daggers on level one.
    • Level 2: Master a four-hit combination. 
    • Level 3: Critical hit damage from daggers has been raised by 10%.
  • Novice Spear
    • Level 1: Master a three-hit spear combination.
    • Level 2: Master a four-hit combination. 
    • Level 3: Master a five-hit combination.

Social Aptitudes

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  • Knowledge of Social Activity
    • Level 1: When associating with NPCs, the social knowledge experience acquired increases by 10%.
    • Level 2: You may see someone on the map when you achieve “friend” status with them in town.
  • Knowledge of the Social Butterfly
    • Level 1: The amount of social knowledge EXP acquired from engaging with locals in everyday life raised by 10%.
  • Knowledge should be commissioned
    • Level 1: EXP earned for fulfilling commissions raised by 10% in social knowledge.
  • Bonus Information of High Quality
    • Level 1: In addition to the original incentive, the extra reward gained when turning in a high quality (higher than desired) commission raised by 10%.
  • Knowledge at the Top of the Charts
    • Level 1: While rated in the top three at the Commerce Guild, all commission incentives increase by 5%.
  • Quick Delivery Expertise
    • Level 1: The reward for fulfilling a commission on the same day it is given has been raised by 5%.

During my time in Sandrock, I learned how to respec skills.

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In My Time at Sandrock, it’s unlikely that you’ll need to respec any of your talents. There is, however, a means to do so if you so choose. 

Go to the Clinic, which is located near the Game Center, Museum, and sparring ring in the northwest corner of the map. Speak with Feng about the third option, acupuncture. Individual categories, as well as all of your Knowledge Points, will be respec’d at the same time. 

Based on the number of skill points in a single category, each respec requires a certain amount of Gols to complete (1 point = 10 Gols). When you choose a category, the actual price will be shown; however, the more categories you have, the more expensive the respec becomes. 

That’s pretty much all you need to know about Knowledge Points, talents, and how to respec in My Time at Sandrock right now, as the game nears its Early Access debut. Visit our Sandrock guides page for additional information.

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