Developed by FourQuarters and published by Devolver Digital, Loop Hero is the latest indie rogue-lite RPG that’s been tearing up the Steam charts since it released a few days ago. It might look simple (and picking it up is simple), but the game has quite a lot of depth and nuance to it once you get into the game properly. Here’s how to unlock the Necromancer class in Loop Hero.
Unlocking the Necromancer Class in Loop Hero
Everyone starts with the Warrior class in Loop Hero, and while she does a decent job of getting through the first level without much fuss, you’ll soon be able to unlock more classes to play as that are infinitely more interesting and varied. One of those is the Necromancer class.
First off, the Necromancer class will require you to grind for resources before you can unlock it. That’s because you have to upgrade the camp till you eventually unlock the Crypt. This is done by first unlocking the Cemetery, which is locked by your basic structures like the Field Kitchen, Herbalist’s Hut, and the Gymnasium.
Once you have the Cemetery, you can continue going out on expeditions until you have enough resources for the Crypt, and the Necromancer will become available to you at your campsite.
Here are the stats you need to be aware of as a Necromancer:
- Attack Speed
- Summon Quality
- Skeleton Power
Attack Speed determines how quickly the Necromancer can summon the undead to fight, while the Summon Quality determines the type of skeleton you’ll be summoning. Their play style is vastly different from the Warrior, who relies mostly on raw strength in combat, but they’re definitely worth playing around with whenever you unlock them.
That’s all you need to know about how to unlock the Necromancer in Loop Hero. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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