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No Rest for the Wicked: How to Upgrade Weapons and Armor



No Rest for the Wicked: How to Upgrade Weapons and Armor

The Kingdom of Isola Sacra is a merciless world with gruesome and treacherous enemies that you will encounter throughout your journey in No Rest for the Wicked. As you progress through the game and level up your stats, the enemies will also grow stronger which can become a bit difficult to deal with especially if you don’t upgrade your weapons and armor.

Upgrading your weapons and armor surely gives you an edge in fighting with stronger enemies allowing you to deal more damage and tank more damage at the same time. This guide will help you how you can upgrade your weapons and armor in No Rest for the Wicked.

How to Upgrade Weapons and Armor in No Rest for the Wicked

The weapons and armor are upgraded by speaking to Fillmore once he has made his way back to the marketplace of Sacrament. During the opening hour of the game, you will meet Fillmore held captive in the Mess Hall at Mariner’s Keep area where he will tell you to clear the path to Sacrament for him.

As you progress ahead and go through the Orban Glades area and defeat the first boss, Warrick the Torn, you will reach Sacrament completing the first main quest and helping Fillmore get to Sacrament. Once Fillmore is in Sacrament, you will find him in the marketplace at his Blacksmith Shop providing you with a service of Upgrading your equipment and repairing it.

Approach Fillmore and interact with him to get an option for Upgrade. Select the upgrade option and then you will be able to upgrade any weapon and armor in your inventory or equipped for a cost of certain materials and a fee of Coins. The upgrade materials are different for every tier of weapons and armor which are obtained from looting chests and purchasing from various vendors across the marketplace.

However, the necessary upgrade materials that are required for your weapons and armor are the Weapon Shards (for weapons) and Armor Shards (for armor). Both of these are common upgrading materials and are obtained from looting chests.

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