Dragon’s Dogma 2 – Pawn Specialization Tips

Which Specialization I Should Use for My Pawn

Chirurgeon feels like the only one that’s genuinely useful, and only if you don’t have a healer.

If you have a Healing Mage I would avoid using Chirurgeon, found my Mage would try to heal with spells and then potions or vice-versa and they would clash with each other timing-wise.

Hawker doesn’t sell anything until you’re over-encumbered and even then you don’t get to choose.

Logistician sounds great until you realize it hardly ever does anything, makes the lowest quality curatives, and will use resources you’re saving for quests (like needing a rotten apple or ripened quince).

Logistician is useful for those who don’t want to bother to keep an eye on their ripening-rotting inventory or redistribute weight often. Mind you, sometimes you don’t want them to combine certain things.

Forager is fine, but I’ve found that I don’t really need to look for resources. It would be better if the map markers told you what the resource was.

For forager, when you go to the map there’s a key you can press, G for me, that brings up a menu and on the 3rd tab of said menu it’ll tell you all your equipped items’ material needs for all 4 enhancement routes, and a place to get each one if you click on it.

Woodland Wordsmith is great when you go to the elf village, but that’s so infrequent that it’s not worth using. Just summon a pawn with it when you get there or if you know you’re going.

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