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Where To Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation In Dragon’s Dogma 2

The Mystic Spearhand is a powerful, spear-based Vocation that is both speedy and great with damage. In this Dragon’s Dogma 2 guide we’ll show you how to unlock the Vocation quickly and easily.

How To Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation

How To Unlock The Mystic Spearhand Vocation

The Mystic Spearhand Vocation seems to be a unique combat style that’s practiced by only a single soldier, Sigurd. In order to learn the Mystic Spearhand Vocation, and it’s one that only the Arisen can learn as it cannot be taught to Pawns, you need to find Sigurd.

Once you have found Sigurd, speak with him. You have several options during the conversation, choose the option that says “Ask About His Manner Of Fighting”. Sigurd will then explain the combat style to you and you will unlock the Vocation.

Where To Find Sigurd

Depending on what point you have reached in the story, Sigurd could be in one of two locations. If you have yet to experience the dragon attack on Melve, he is likely at his home in Harve Village. If the dragon is currently attacked Melve in the story, you will find Sigurd there.

If you cannot find Sigurd there or he doesn’t teach you his Vocation, follow the main story until you have helped restore Harve Village and returned to Melve to fend off the dragon. Then try speaking with Sigurd again.

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