Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is finally available for PC players today, and I’ve noticed a significant spike in traffic here for a few of the guides I wrote during its prime on consoles. Rather than ask you to use the search function at the bottom of the page, I wanted to save you the trouble and post them all in one spot instead.
If you’re new to Dragon’s Dogma, I have a list of starter tips right here. Capcom doesn’t do the greatest job explaining the game’s intricacies to new players, and with over 300 hours of gameplay under my belt, these are the things I wish I’d known at the beginning.
One of the neatest features in Dragon’s Dogma is the ability to rent another player’s Pawn and add them to your adventuring party. However, it’s not that simple. Pawns are tricky to manage, and again, Capcom doesn’t really explain inclinations very well. Having a pawn that’s not only rated well by other players, but rented out frequently, allows them to gain invaluable battle knowledge, treasure locations, rift crystals, and return home with more sweet, sweet loot.
If you’re struggling in this department, or want to get an upper-hand in building the best Pawn possible, check out my guide right here.
This last guide may be a little obsolete for PC players, but I’ve created a Dragon’s Dogma FAQ for new (and now returning) players. How do you unlock new vocations? What’s the best party setup? Do you need Dragon’s Dogma to play the Dark Arisen expansion? All that and more are answered here.
I haven’t played Dragon’s Dogma in a year or so, but if you have any questions that weren’t answered in the three links above, feel free to drop them down in the comments. I’ll try and answer them to the best of my ability.
Have fun out there in Gransys!