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For the King II: How to Unlock The Woodcutter Class



FTK 2 - Woodcutter Class

The Woodcutter Class is one of the returning classes to For The King II from the original game and it holds a special ability to deal critical damage among the enemy line only if holding a two-handed weapon. It starts with a high Awareness stat which allows him to evade attacks from the enemies often and makes him a great frontline warrior.

In this guide, we’ll tell you how to unlock the Woodcutter Class in For the King II.

How to Unlock The Woodcutter Class in For the King II

The Woodcutter Class can be unlocked during Chapter Two of the playthrough in the same way as the Alchemist. You need to find a Prison Cart as you progress through the chapter’s story and free the Woodcutter from the Prison Cart to unlock it at the Lore Store. After starting the Primordial Oak chapter, there will be ‘?’ Hex Tiles throughout the playthrough that you need to discover by exploring them. One of the Hex Tiles will have a Prison Cart on it which will allow you to free the Woodcutter. However, the spawn of the Prison Cart is random and it is only during Chapter 2 so, there is a chance that you might not find the Woodcutter during your first playthrough of Chapter 2.

Once you have found the Prison Cart in Chapter 2, use the movement turns to move one of your characters close to the Prison Cart and select the ‘free’ option to do a roll check. After the successful roll check, the Prison Cart will open and you will free The Woodcutter class which will unlock in the Lore Store.

To unlock The Woodcutter Class and make it eligible to equip for your playthrough, go to the Lore Store from the main menu of the game and select the characters tab. The characters tab will now have The Woodcutter class available and it will cost 20 Lore Books to unlock. It is best to equip The Woodcutter class with one of your support classes as it can be of great help with its unique abilities alongside the Herbalist class.

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