Training Healing is not very complicated, but it is very time consuming. I will share what I have done to GM healing on numerous characters in the past. If you do intend of having Healing in your template, It is my opinion to choose 50 Healing upon character creation. If you haven't done that, fear not, as you can still easily GM your healing without too much effort. One thing to keep in mind is that healing is not considered a skill use, so I advise to incorporate the Anatomy skill into your macro. Training 0-30 Buy from NPC 30-60 Heal damage from either sparring or fighting mobs 60-80 Cure poison 80-GM Resurrect the dead (the player you are trying to resurrect does not have to accept, for you to gain) Macros Ideally, if you are training in a house, the first thing you need to do is gather adequate bandages. Place your bandages in a wooden box that will be used for your restock agent. Go into your Razor Agent tab, and select Restock Agent -1. Add your bandages, and target your wooden box where your bandages are, and set as Restock Hotbag. Once you have your restock set up, go to your Hot Key tab and set whichever key you would like to use as your Restock Agent-1 hot key. The simplified macro should look like this: Exec: Restock Agent-1 Absolute Target Pause 1.00sec For ( 1 to 95 ) Double Click (clean bandage) Wait for Target Absolute Target Pause 6.00sec *If you are healing yourself, the 6 second pause should be 10 seconds. End For This is an example of what it would look like if you incorporated the Anatomy Skill into your macro: Exec: Restock Agent-1 Absolute Target Pause 1.00sec For ( 1 to 95 ) Use Skill Anatomy Wait for Target Absolute Target Pause 1.00sec Double Click (clean bandage) Wait for Target Absolute Target Pause 9.00sec End For These are some basic working macro's that can be adjusted to suit your needs. Loop of course! Tips and Tricks If you do not have the funds or regs to cast poison, there are some other ways that are just as effective. My personal favorite is to equip a bow, and find a snake. Have your healing target equip a bow, and lure one of the little guys back into your house. He will be more than happy to poison all day long, and having a bow equipped will ensure you don't kill him. Another thing to consider within your macro is the amount of damage your target is taking when healing someone else. For example, if you are healing someone who is wrestling, he is going to be taking less damage than someone who is getting beat upon by someone with a sword. In order to conserve your bandages, you can adjust the pause to 15 or 20 seconds, but keep in mind that you will have to monitor it from time to time to make sure your target is getting healed without coming too close to death...because we all know that a fail comes at the most inopportune time. Good Luck, and I hope it help someone.