Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen

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Steam Achievements​

AchievementHow to unlock
100Reached LV 100.
200200 Reached LV 200.
A New AllySummoned your own pawn.
A Queen's RegaliaDressed a male party member in women's clothing.
Affinity and BeyondRaised a person's affinity to the maximum.
Cheat DeathDefeated Death in Bitterblack Isle.
ClosurePut an end to all things.
Come CourtingAttended an audience with the duke.
ConquerorDefeated Daimon for the first time.
DestinyAccepted the Godsbane blade.
Dragon ForgedStrengthened equipment in wyrmfire.
Eye ContactDefeated an evil eye.
Eye GougerDefeated the Gazer in Bitterblack Isle.
Foreign RecruitEnlisted a pawn to your party from beyond the rift.
FreedomEscaped the yoke of eternity.
Getting a HeadEarned the approval of the Enlistment Corps.
Hardened VeteranCompleted game in Hard Mode.
HeadshunterDefeated a hydra or archydra.
Human ResourcesChanged your vocation.
Inhuman ResourcesChanged your main pawn's vocation.
Into Dripstone CaveEntered the azure caverns.
Into Soulflayer CanyonEntered the Soulflayer Canyon.
Into the Ancient QuarryEntered the ancient quarry.
Into the Frontier CavernsEntered the southwestern caves.
Into the ManseEntered the duke's manse.
It BeginsCompleted the prologue.
Local RecruitDirectly enlisted a pawn to your party.
MercyDealt the blow of deliverance.
OnwardDeparted from Cassardis.
PeaceTook refuge in an illusion.
Rough LandingCompleted the urgent mission.
Serpents' BaneDefeated a drake, wyrm, and wyvern.
ServitudeSoar unto a new world.
SolitudeObtained the almighty power of sovereignty.
The ArtisanCombined two materials to make an item.
The CaptainEnlisted a large number of pawns.
The Coin CollectorEarned a total of 10,000,000G.
The CourierEntered Gran Soren.
The EscortActed as a reliable travel companion.
The Ever-Turning WheelCompleted the adventure a second time.
The ExplorerVisited 150 locations.
The HeroCompleted all pre-planned, non-notice board quests.
The InquisitorDefeated the Dark Bishop in Bitterblack Isle.
The KnaveObtained a forgery.
The LaborerCompleted 50 notice board quests.
The MessageReceived the duke's commendation.
The MessiahDefeated the Ur-Dragon.
The PatronHelped Madeleine open her shop.
The PhilanthropistGave 50 presents.
The SaviorUsed a Wakestone to restore the dead to life.
The SpecialistLearned all the skills of a single vocation.
The SprinterCompleted game in Speedrun mode.
The TouristVisited 50 locations.
The VagabondVisited 100 locations.
The VeteranDefeated 3,000 enemies.
TreacherousPeered into the very depths of the world.
True ConquerorDefeated Daimon in his true form.
Well EquippedObtained 350 pieces total of weapons and armor.
Writ LargeReceived a writ from the castle.
 
After finishing your appearance selections, you'll be prompted to answer several questions to shape your pawn's starting inclination. Your top two will be set as your pawn's primary, then secondary inclination respectively. I'll give you a description of each to make your decisions easier.
InclinationDescription
ScatherTends to burn through tougher enemies. A good tank trait, as they'll get tougher enemies' attention.
MedicantPays extra attention to health and stamina values. Will be the first to use recovery items. If you want a mage to heal you during battle, they'll need this trait (all pawns with High/Anodyne will heal you outside of battle).
MitigatorAims to reduce enemy numbers by taking down weakest first. A good damage dealer trait to have.
ChallengerFocuses on ranged and casting enemies. Probably the best trait for a ranger-type pawn.
UtilitarianGives allies advantages. Physical pawns will hold down or scale enemies more often, mages will favor buffing spells, and buff the entire party instead of just the Arisen.
GuardianPuts protecting the Arisen above all else. Okay for fighter types that you want to stay near you. Not so much for mages.
NexusPuts protecting other pawns above all else. Again, good for fighter types, but not as much mages.
PioneerExplores for hidden nooks and crannies, tends to lead the way, walking slightly ahead of the Arisen. Generally not very useful in this writer's opinion.
AcquisitorPicks up items more often. I found this more useful than it sounds, as it gets tiring after a while looting everything yourself and then offloading items to pawns when your own inventory gets too full.
Note you can change your pawn's secondary inclination, speech style, and speech rate later by sitting in any "Chair of Knowledge" usually found near inns, and answering your pawn's questions. You'll also be able to buy potions for both primary and secondary inclination shortly.

Finally, you'll pick your pawn's starting vocation. Again, the same leveling rules apply to them as to you, as far as stats are concerned. You can build your main pawn however you like, but be aware they cannot take on the three hybrid vocations- Assassin, Magick Archer, and Mystic Knight.
 
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