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Conan Exiles: What the Best Religion Is

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Conan Exiles: What the Best Religion Is

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Conan Exiles: What the Best Religion Is

The religion mechanic in Conan Exiles allows new players to gain benefits in certain areas, and choosing wisely can make the difference between early-game success and swift, repeated death. Though you can learn multiple religions along the way, this does not decrease the importance of which one you ought to start with.

With all of this considered, the recommended religion for new players is Set, the old serpent. With a potent anti-venom antidote and the ability to turn snakes into arrows, it can help to keep you stocked up and protected as you approach the middle of the desert. Additionally, the religion trainer for Set, Mek-Kamoses, resides at the top of a spire in an area that is swarming with spiders. If your intention is to learn every religion, saving yourself the agony of a trip to that area can certainly help.

Otherwise, Yog, the beastly lord of the cannibals, is also a suitable religion for beginners, with a reliable food source on offer. However, due to the easy accessibility of the trainer – Nunu the Cannibal, who can be found wandering around the river – it is preferable to simply learn the ways of Set from him, rather than relying on it as a starting religion.

Finally, those who are up for a challenge, or are disinterested by the religion system entirely, should opt for Crom. Not only does he not have a religion trainer, making his beliefs exclusive to only his disciples, but he offers no benefits whatsoever, favoring only those strong enough to fend for themselves. You may be regretting the decision when you’re struggling to survive, but you’ll at least feel pride in knowing that you write your own destiny.

That’s all you’ll need to know on what the best religion is in Conan Exiles. For more on the game, be sure to search for Twinfinite.

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A surly journalist and occasional voice actor, Tony Cole-Cocking has been playing games since he was a little boy. Now he's a little man, and not much has changed.

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