Dragon's Dogma 2 Captain Brant Romance
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Dragon’s Dogma 2 Captain Brant romance guide

Here's how to woo Captain Brant.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 has a romance system, believe it or not, and you can romance any NPC in the game. Whether they’re a main character or a random shopkeeper, any character in Dragon’s Dogma 2 can become your beloved.

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Naturally, most Dragon’s Dogma 2 players are drawn to the main cast when it comes to romance. Ulrika is a popular choice that many players end up romancing by accident because her side quest chain is so prominent, but you can also romance Captain Brant if you approach him the right way. That’s right, the stoic captain that gives you all of your main quests in Vernworth can become your boyfriend, and he’s surprisingly easy to win over, unlike some people.

How to Romance Brant in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Romancing Brant in Dragon’s Dogma 2 works just like romancing anyone else. All you need to do is raise his Affinity level to the max by showering him with gifts and completing quests for him. Your Affinity with Captain Brant should reach the max level (or at least, get very close to it) just by progressing through the main story of Dragon’s Dogma 2.

If you want to skip the honeymoon phase and get serious with Brant fast, then you can give him gifts just like you would any other NPC. He prefers interesting and fancy items, so either bring him any strange relics you find on your travels like weapons, armor, or monster parts, or bring him anything that wouldn’t feel too out of place in Vernworth Castle like Fruit Wine or jewelry.

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The gifting prompt may not appear if Brant currently has quests for you, so if you can’t give him anything, you’ll need to progress further in the main storyline until you’ve wrapped up all of the main quests in Vernworth. Roughly halfway through the game, Brant will send you to the neighboring nation of Battahl, and at that point, he shouldn’t have any more quests for you. You’ll then be able to find him in Vernworth and give him gifts from then on.

Of course, you’ll likely reach the maximum Affinity level with multiple Dragon’s Dogma 2 NPCs during your playthrough, so there’s one important thing you need to do to ensure that Captain Brant becomes your beloved. If you’re at max Affinity with multiple people in Dragon’s Dogma 2, your beloved is the person you last spoke to before the final quest.

Without spoiling too much, you’ll need to return to Vernworth and speak to Brant before completing the quest called “The Guardian Gigantus.”

This quest is the point of no return in Dragon’s Dogma 2 and an NPC will stop you and warn you to rest before the final encounter once you’ve reached the ending. To be safe, you should speak to Brant (and nobody else) after completing a quest called “A New Godsway.” With Brant fresh in your mind, finish Dragon’s Dogma 2 and he’ll become your beloved.


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Currently serving as a Senior Staff Writer at PC Invasion, Diego Perez has been writing about video games since 2018, specializing in live service games like Destiny and Final Fantasy XIV. His work is featured at publications like Game Rant and Attack of the Fanboy (where he served as Associate Editor), but PC Invasion is home to his best work. When he's planning content or writing guides, he's yelling about Ape Escape or grinding Lost Sectors in Destiny. Plus, he has a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Media Studies for Texas A&M University.