How to Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation (Class) in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Mystic Spearhands hold fighting stance in Dragon's Dogma 2

If you’re looking forward to building your character in Dragon’s Dogma 2, then you’re probably wondering how to unlock the Mystic Spearhand. Stick around for everything we know about class progression ahead of launch.

Before you begin your journey in Dragon’s Dogma 2, you’ll create your Arisen and choose your vocation, or character class. With a total 10 options to choose from, you’ll want to mull over the unique skills and capabilities of each vocation to put together an Arisen that best suits your playstyle. To save some time at launch, you can actually get started on this task now with the character creation demo, then start your playthrough with a build you’ve already created. However, some classes must be unlocked as you play. So, how exactly do you unlock the Mystic Spearhand? Here’s what you need to know.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 – XBX
  • A Grand Adventure – Dragon’s Dogma 2 begins in a subterranean jail, where the Dragon’s voice echoes in the fog of lost memories.
  • Single-Player Cooperation – Up to three mysterious otherworldly beings, known as Pawns, accompany the Arisen throughout their journey.
  • Made with RE ENGINE – Capcom’s advanced RE ENGINE produces vividly detailed, high fidelity graphics combined with immersive physics and complex and reactive character AI to create a setting where decisions, and their consequences, come to life.
  • Pre-order Bonus: Superior Weapons Quartet
  • English (Playback Language)

How to Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, the Mystic Spearhand is classified as one of several Advanced Vocations. As such, this class isn’t accessible from the very start of your playthrough. Instead, you’ll need to put in some work to make the transition. While Capcom hasn’t shared all the details about how this is done ahead of launch, the gist has been outlined on the game’s official website.

It looks like unlocking the Mystic Spearhand and other Advanced Vocations will require you to bond with vocation maisters on your travels. Capcom describes these NPCs as those who have “mastered their vocation to the fullest.” By becoming closer with a masiter and earning their approval, you can effectively gain access to their vocation. They may even give you special tomes that teach skills “of the highest order.”

While the process seems pretty straightforward, many players are now wondering which basic classes lead to specific Advanced Vocations. Some have taken to Steam forums to discuss the topic, offering theories of their own. For now, it’s not yet known which starting vocation will allow you to transition to the Mystic Spearhand, though Fighters and Mages seem plausible options.

We’ll provide updates and more information on progression with the launch of Dragon’s Dogma 2 this week. In the meantime, check out these guides from our team:


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