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How To Unlock Trickster Vocation In Dragon’s Dogma 2

Unlock The Trickster Job Quickly & Easily With This Guide

The Trickster is one of the most versatile support classes in the game. In this guide on How To Unlock Trickster Vocation In Dragon’s Dogma 2 we’ll cover everything you need to know to unlock this unique and powerful class, as quickly as possible.

Vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2 are like a class or job system. They are directly tied to the weapons and equipment you use, and each Vocation has a unique set of skills and abilities that can be learned and equipped. Unlocking each Vocation is unique and the Trickster is one you can completely miss, if you don’t know where to look.

Where To Find The Trickster Vocation

A map showing Where To Find The Trickster Vocation

The Trickster Vocation is actually one of the few classes that is hidden away, something you can easily miss or walk by and never notice. You do need to progress a decent distance into the main story. After the Coronation Ceremony, you’re given a pass that lets you head to a new region.

Once you’re in the new region, you’ll be at the location shown above. As you follow the path South and, eventually cross the river, you will see a path leading to my location.

Follow this path to the end and you will find a shrine, with a ghostly lady standing at its base. Simply speak with the lady and enter the shrine and the Trickster Vocation becomes unlocked.

For more tips, tricks, and hidden secrets, be sure to check out our Dragon’s Dogma 2 Walkthrough Guide collection.

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