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Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Change Vocation



Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Change Vocation

Dragon’s Dogma 2 offers ten different classes or so-called vocations in the game of which only four of them are available at the beginning of the game. As players create their main character Arisen and Main Pawn, they will get to select a vocation for each character. From there, they will be able to play with the selected playstyle and level up the vocation for about three to four hours until they start opening new vocations.

However, players will be able to change the vocation of both Arisen and Main Pawn fairly early in the game to start ranking up other vocations and unlock core skills and mainly Augmentations which then can be carried over to other vocations.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to change vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2

How to Change Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2

The vocation of your main character and Pawn can be changed by speaking with Vocation Guild NPCs spread around in various settlements and towns of the world and paying the fee (DCP) for the vocation you wish to switch to.

However, before you get to change the vocation of your character and main Pawn, you will first have to reach Venworth, the Capital of Vermund. It will require you to progress through the Borderwatch Outpost and reach Melve where you would have to complete a couple of quests as well before you can travel to Venworth.

Once you have reached Venworth, you need to speak with Klaus located beneath Shakir’s Inn at the south of the town square. Klaus runs a Vocation Guild store from whom you can change your vocation as well as learn new skills for your current vocation of the character and pawn.

Simply, head into the guild store, speak with Klaus, and select the “Change Vocation” option to view the available vocations that you can switch to. Changing your vocation to pre-known vocations like Fighter, Thief, Mage, or Ranger will cost you 100 DCP whereas, changing to advanced vocations like Warrior and Sorcerer will cost 150 DCP.

It is a one-time payment for changing your vocation to the one which you haven’t acquired yet both for Arisen and Pawn characters. It is worth mentioning that as DCP is earned through defeating the enemies, you will be able to earn DCP quite often in the game which will not be an issue in changing your vocations or learning new skills for your equipped vocations.

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