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Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire Companions Guide

Pillars Of Eternity II Deadfire Companions Guide
Want to fill out your party with new powerful members? This Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire Companions Guide will tell you where to find all of the different companions we’ve discovered so far including information on the class options available to each companion.

Companions in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire come in various shapes and sizes. Different races, different classes, some are automatically unlocked as you progress while others must be sought out and unlocked. Each character is unique in terms of personality and dialogue, and each can be customized as they progress and gain experience points in battles. Additionally, when you first recruit a new companion to your party, you get to choose which path they follow.

There are two main types of companions. A traditional companion will join you on your journey, come with their own vision quest and participate in the companion relationship system. The other type of companion, the sidekick, is a little different. A sidekick joins much in the same way that a companion does but they do not have any vision quests and will not participate in the relationship system.

The vast majority of companions have three options. Two different base classes and then a multiclass option consisting of both classes previously available. We have included details on which classes are available for which companion, along with a screenshot of their reputation and personality traits below.

Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire Companions Guide

Eder
Xoti
Aloth
Serafen
Konstanten

Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire Custom Companions Guide

As well as the many companions you encounter in the game, you have the additional option of creating your own. A various taverns and inns throughout the game you can speak with the owner and look to see if anyone is looking to earn some coin. This is where you buy adventurers to join your cause. While not typically as strong or unique as the other companions, they are a fantastic option if you need to plug some skill gaps, such as creating a viable healer or someone to pick some locks.

Every tavern has adventurers you can recruit. The level of the adventurer changes depending on your characters levels and the area you are in. Below is a list of the different prices it costs for each adventurer of a specific level.

  • Level 1 Adventurer 250 Copper
  • Level 2 Adventurer 500 Copper
  • Level 3 Adventurer 750 Copper
  • Level 4 Adventurer 1,000 Copper

We are updating our Pillars Of Eternity II: Deadfire Companions Guide as we continue to progress in the game.

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