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All Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand skills and which to unlock

Take a look at the Dragon's Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand skills and find out how to unlock the vocation to get your hands on the best class.

What are the best Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand skills? Don’t settle for the starter vocations, the Mystic Spearhand is the best of the bunch. The Mystic Spearhand is so special that only the Arisen can use it, and judging by the skills it has, it would be unfair if your Pawns had access to such broken abilities.

The Mystic Spearhand blends the sheer power of a Warrior with the magical abilities of a Sorcerer, creating arguably the best Dragon’s Dogma 2 vocation in the entire RPG game. All you need to do is track down the Mystic Spearhand maister location on your Dragon’s Dogma 2 map. Here’s everything you need to create the ultimate Mystic Spearhand build in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Best Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand skills

Due to the versatility of the Mystic Spearhand’s abilities, we’ve decided to build our Arisen as a jack of all trades, capable of close-range, ranged, and support skills. This makes the vocation unstoppable against crowds of monsters and can single-handedly topple large Dragon’s Dogma 2 enemies when played correctly. When using this set of skills, this is the best Mystic Spearhand build you can put together.

The best Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand skills are:

  • Seching Storm
  • Dragoun’s Foin
  • Devout Offringe
  • Mirour Vesture

Seching Storm

Remember Vergil from Devil May Cry? He uses an attack called Summoned Swords, and that’s essentially what Searching Storm does. The Mystic Spearhand creates four blue orbs around them, instantly honing in on enemy targets when they get into range. Searching Storm is the advanced version of Seching Blade, giving you more orbs for less stamina.

Dragoun’s Foin

The advanced version of your first weapon skill, Dragoun’s Stabb, this improved ability travels further than before and also deals magick damage. This ability can be used in midair, allowing you to attack flying harpies, piercing them with your duospear as you leap directly into the sky. We also recommend using this weapon skill when making your way around the map, the distance you travel for the stamina is more efficient than running.

Devout Offringe

A brutal display of power, Devout Offringe allows you to pick up any loose objects like barrels, tables, and even enemy corpses and hurl them in a concentrated blast. An enhanced version of Humble Offringe, the range that you pick up nearby objects is greatly extended, and the amount of damage dealt by the objects is also increased.

Mirour Vesture

Undoubtedly the best protection spell in the game, Mirour Vesture grants you and your allies an unbreakable shield for five seconds. This might not sound particularly useful, but this is just enough time to revive your teammates when they get knocked down. The worst part of reviving characters is the fear you have that someone is going to break your progress, but Mirour Vesture ensures that can never happen again.

All Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand weapon skills

We picked our favorite weapon skills for the Mystic Spearhand, but this vocation is so busted that you still have plenty of options to choose from if you’re looking to deal damage. Unto Skie, one of the silliest abilities, just about missed out on our list, but this ability deserves a shoutout as it’s capable of launching small enemies into the distance. It genuinely looks like something out of a cartoon, that’s how powerful this vocation is.

Here are all the Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand weapon skills we know about so far:

Mystic Spearhand Weapon Skills Cost (Dcp)
Dragoun’s Stabbe Free
Dragoun’s Foin 1,000
Seching Blade 200
Seching Storm 1,000
Humble Offringe 300
Devout Offringe 1,300
Thef’s Hond 450
Ravinour’s Hond 1,300
Mirour Vesture 450
Skiedragoun’s Fangtooth 700
Unto Skie 1,100

All Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand core skills

The Mystic Spearhand’s core skills provide the class with even more power, effectively giving the vocation a pistol that you can use to teleport to your target. You also gain the ability to constantly spin your Duospear, cutting any enemy down in a matter of seconds. Purchase these core skills as soon as you earn enough money to do so.

Here are all the Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand core skills we know about so far:

Mystic Spearhand Core Skills Cost (Dcp)
Scatering Bolt 150
Quik Fot 250
Ferrene Bolt 400
Winding Cut 600

Scatering Bolt

Launch a Scatering Bolt at an enemy, then follow up with a Forbeding Bolt the instant it hits to ensnare nearby hostile targets. This sets up groups of enemies for a large scale attack, particularly useful if you have a Mage or Sorcerer on your team, but this can also be utilized by a Mystic Spearhand. Simply launch directly into a group of enemies using Dragoun’s Foin to pierce through multiple targets.

Quik Fot

The Mystic Spearhand’s only real downside is that its slower than its melee counterparts. However, Quik Fot makes up for this by allowing you to teleport directly to your target when you hit them with a Forbeding Bolt or Scatering Bolt.

Ferrene Bolt

Increases the range of Redouted Bolt. Let’s be honest, the Mystic Spearhand’s core skills can’t all be smash hits. This skill isn’t bad by any means, it’s just boring compared to the other skills on offer.

Winding Cut

Channel your inner cheerleader with the Winding Cut ability, giving you the power to twirl your Duospear for the duration of your stamina bar. The faster you tap X, the faster the Duospear spins, allowing you to rip through enemies while walking forward.

Best Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand party

Honestly, it doesn’t really matter who you pick when you’re the Mystic Spearhand, it’s a matter of which Dragon’s Dogma 2 Pawns you want to bring with you. You can never go wrong with a Mage to keep your health topped up, saves you from having to use any food in a fight. Other than that, you’re capable of dealing all the damage, you can stop anyone on your team from dying, you’re practically unstoppable.

Now you have everything you need to play as the Dragon’s Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand. You might want to check out our Dragon’s Dogma 2 missions guide now that you’re packing all of this power. Don’t forget to read our Dragon’s Dogma 2 review to see what we thought about Capcom’s epic RPG.