While Gloomhaven gives you 6 starting classes, the bulk of classes are unlockable ones. With 11 unlockable classes to get, there’s a lot to do. On top of that, unlock methods differ between both the Campaign and Guildmaster methods. We’ll go over every requirement for both of the modes.
How to Unlock Classes in Gloomhaven
Before we begin, it’s worth noting that the digital version of Gloomhaven has two modes. Campaign mode is the story mode and it follows the original board game. Guildmaster mode on the other hand, is a more open mode. The main distinction is that unlocks in one mode don’t carry over to the other. Unlocks in Campaign are done in the same way as in the tabletop, while Guildmaster works differently.
Unlocks in Campaign Mode
Campaign mode unlocks, again, work the same in both the board game and Gloomhaven digital. Classes are unlocked by completing Personal Quests. These are mostly random, but we’ll tell you which Personal Quests to look for. We’ll be using the Gloomhaven’s community spoiler-free nicknames for the classes. The following list has all unlockable classes and the Personal Quests that unlock them.
- Sun – 515: Law Bringer and 520: Implement of Light
- Three Spears – 511: Merchant Class and 512: Greed is Good
- Circles – 518: Eternal Wandered and 530: Augmented Abilities
- Eclipse – 522: The Thin Places and 529: The Fall of Man
- Cthulhu – 510: Seeker of Xorn and 533: The Perfect Poison
- Lightning Bolt – 516: Pounds of Flesh and 527: Zealot of the Blood God
- Music Note – 519: Battle Legend and 532: A Helping Hand
- Angry Face – 521: Take Back the Trees and 528: Goliath Toppler
- Saw – 514: A Study of Anatomy and 525: Piety in All Things
- Triangles – 523: Aberrant Slayer and 531: Elemental Samples
- Two-Mini – 517: Trophy Hunt and 524: Fearless Stand
The fastest way to unlock all classes is to keep completing your characters’ Personal Quests and retiring them. Keep getting new characters until you get the option to pick the Personal Quest for a class you want to unlock. It might take a while, so be patient.
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How To Get A 4th Ingredient Slot For Necromancy In Spellforce Conquest Of Eo
Make the undead fight for you by using this guide!
The Frozen Throne was one of the RTS games I previously played, and I recall playing the campaign and going up against the undead only to discover that you actually sided with the undead in the end. Given the discussion of the undead, some of you may be familiar with necromancy in Spellforce. If you’re lacking the fourth ingredient and are unsure of how to obtain it, don’t worry—we’ve got you covered.
The 4th Ingredient Slot For Necromancy
It is important to note that you may complete all Necromancy concoctions, even Tier 3 units, with just the initial three ingredients. To make some of the more challenging undead, you will undoubtedly require higher quality ingredients.
However, if you have advanced in the game sufficiently to obtain the more valuable resources, you do not need the fourth ingredient.
Open your Grimoire to see the location of the fourth ingredient for necromancy. When you’re in the Grimoire, use the tabs at the bottom of the screen to go to the Necromancy page; the icon is a malevolent hand emerging from the ground.
There are a number of challenges there, and each one provides a prize. The first three tests concern spells. After successfully completing the first three tasks, you receive the Summon Necromancer Minions, Soul Cage, and Soul Catcher.
But the Soul Well, a unique room, can only be accessed by completing the final task. You will receive new prizes as you unlock this room and add it to your tower, such as weekly souls, an extra army stack space, and the option to utilize a fourth ingredient when summoning undead creatures using necromancy.