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What does Forgery do in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

Forge your own destiny. And items.

Why would you want to look under each stone to find a valuable item if you can just hire a forger to do the job for you? Well, let’s talk about that, shall we? Here is everything you need to know about Forgery in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

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Dragon’s Dogma 2: Forgery, explained

Forgery in Dragon’s Dogma 2 is one of those obscure and dirty deeds that might benefit you greatly during your adventure. Forgery allows the creation of a duplicate of a specific object you own with a little twist. While the object in question may appear to be a replica of the original, two things will change. First, the naming will change for unique items, often to dad-comedy results. Most importantly, its effects will change or disappear for higher-tier items.

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Let’s say you want to duplicate a Ferrystone – because why wouldn’t you? – and you request the help of a Forger and wait for the result. The resulting Ferrystone copy, while looking exactly alike, will not allow you to fast travel like the original. Well, that’s a bummer! Fortunately, forgeries do have an advantage and that is that they can fool characters that aren’t as savvy as you and me, which will end up with you keeping a requested item instead of just giving it away.

How to use Request a forgery in Dragon’s Dogma 2

As said above, to get one of these deceiving items, you will first have to employ the help of a Forger. While the nature of this work could imply that you will need to explore a bunch to find a den filled with criminals to deal with, you can meet a Forger quite early in the game. As soon as you get to Vernworth, go ahead and visit the West Vernworth Oxcart Station and pay 200 gold to travel to a town called Checkpoint Rest Town. Yes, that’s the most generic name for a town ever.

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Once you arrive at the town, you will notice it is built around a hill with a decent number of stores and quests to undertake. For the time being, go downhill until you reach this spot in the Town where you will find Ibrahim’s Scrap Store.

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You will soon find that the Scrap Store is home to this Forgery business, which did not take long to uncover – Ibrahim spoiled the beans as soon as I talked to him, so maybe this is no secret at all? Once you talk to him, request a Forgery, pay him the requested amount, and select the item you want to forge. Then, wait one full day before claiming it back.

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As said above, you won’t be able to replicate the magic properties of certain items, but doing this with specific crafting materials is a good way to approach Forgery to get better weapons and armor for you and your Pawns.


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