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Dragon’s Dogma 2 Trickster Guide

The Trickster Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2 offers a unique and pacifist-oriented gameplay experience, focusing on group buffing, taunt control, and strategic deception to outwit enemies. Armed with The Censer as their weapon, Tricksters utilize illusions to divert enemy attention, safeguarding party members while enhancing their offensive capabilities. Aromatic Rally stands out as a potent group buff that significantly boosts the party’s attack power, compensating for any damage deficiencies and fostering a cohesive offensive strategy among pawns.

Beyond direct party support, Tricksters excel in creating illusionary obstacles to mislead enemies, setting up tactical scenarios where foes can be deceived into fatal missteps. This strategic gameplay element adds depth to engagements, requiring careful planning and coordination to maximize the Trickster’s deceptive abilities for advantageous outcomes. With a focus on building a cohesive strategy with the party, the Trickster Vocation offers a fulfilling and immersive playthrough experience, showcasing the power of supportive roles in combat.

Balancing health, defense, and magick defense attributes, Tricksters fulfill a supportive tanking role within the party, leveraging their unique skill set to bolster allies and manipulate battlefield dynamics. As a vocation unlike any other, the Trickster presents players with the opportunity to witness their controlled strategies unfold through the actions of their pawns, offering a rich and engaging gameplay experience centered on strategic gameplay and impactful support roles.

Here is a list of Pros and Cons of the Trickster Vocation Class in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Highly Effective Taunting CapabilityCannot Deal Effective Damage
Very Powerful Damage BuffsRequires Strategic Setup for Certain Fights
Effective Knockdown Against Larger TargetsDamage Reliant on Pawns
Can Mislead Enemies Into Jumping Off Cliffs

Below are all of the Trickster Vocation Class Skills, Core Skills, and Augments in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Trickster Skills

Now we are going to take a look at all of the Skills for the Trickster Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Sweeping Shroud?Diffuses smoke across a broad range, attracting the attention of any targets the smoke touches. If Effigial Incense has been cast, targets will focus on the simulacrum instead.
Delusory Screen?Conjures an illusory wall that hinders hostile targets’ movement and blocks their field of vision. The wall dissipates after a time.
Aromatic Rally?Diffuses incense in the vicinity that boosts the offensive capabilities of allies it touches and allows them to fight on even if their Health runs out. Allies’ Health falls steadily while active.
Espial Incense?Detaches caster’s spirit from their physical form by inhaling a peculiar incense. Spirit can be controlled, and used to scout distant places undetected. Consumes Stamina while in use.
Tricky Terrace?[Creates an illusory horizontal platform]
Dragon’s Delusion?[Summons an illusory dragon to inflict knockdown]
Suffocating Shroud?[An advanced form of Sweeping Shroud]
Illusive Divider? [An advanced form of Delusory Screen]
 Aromatic Resurgence?[An advanced form of Aromatic Rally]
Visitant Aura? [An advanced form of Espial Incense]

Trickster Vocation Core Skills – Dragon’s Dogma 2

Now we are going to take a look at all of the Core Skills for the Trickster Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Beveiling Fumes0<light attack> (swings censer)
Effigial Incense0<heavy attack> (creates illusory clone — changes to Effigial Snuff when a clone is active)
Invoking Essence0 <vocation action> (moves clone to your position — hold button to drag clone behind you)
Effigial Snuff?(dismisses clone — replaces Effigial Incense when a clone is active)
Enthralling Aroma? (maybe makes enemies attack each other? — replaces Effigial Snuff while holding down the vocation action button when clone is active)
Mending Vapor?Slowly repairs damage incurred by a simulacrum while beckoning it to the caster.
Drifting Brume?Swings the censer to conjure a cloud of smoke before unleashing it upon targets. The smoke can travel to reach targets that are not too far away, and draw the attention of any targets it engulfs.
Effigial Quickburn?Hastens the speed at which a simulacrum is created when casting Effigial Incense.
Trailing Aroma?Extends the distance that a simulacrum created with Effigial Incense can venture from the caster.

Trickster Vocation Augments

Now we are going to take a look at all of the Augments for the Trickster Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Detection?Alerts you to the presence of any Seeker’s Tokens or Wakestone shards in the vicinity with sound and blinking light.
Enlightenment?You have a chance of creating one more of the resulting product when combining materials.
Fugacity?<No Information Yet>
Obfuscation?<No Information Yet>
Allure?<No Information Yet>

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