Overview:
- Estimated achievement difficulty: 3/10 [Achievement Difficulty Rating]
- Offline: 37 [4000gs.png]
- Approximate amount of time to 4000gs.png: 4-6 Hours [Estimated Time to 100%]
- Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 3
- Missable achievements: No
- Does difficulty affect achievements: N/A
- Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No
 
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Introduction:
Drawngeon is a short role-playing game in an old-school style with a first-person perspective, real-time combat and grid-based movement.

Note on Title Updates:
All achievements from the title updates are lesser versions of cumulative achievements from the base game. As a result, all achievements in title updates will unavoidably unlock by the time you finish the base game. There is therefore no need for an overview and roadmap for each title update.

Step 1: Warrior 100% Run
You can use any class you'd like for this step, but I found the warrior to be the easiest class to complete the game with, since it has a nice balance of attack and defense. Your goal in this game is to get to the top of the Mysterious Tower of the Knight, which is the dungeon just behind the starting village. You can grab a key from the chest inside the village, open the blue door, and you'll be right in front of the final dungeon! However, you'll be way too weak to take it on. So instead, start clearing out every other dungeon in the game first. You'll want to get to at least Level 20 to get all the skill-related achievements, and you'll want to find all 24 cats along the way. The rest of the achievements should come naturally by walking, opening chests, eating items, and killing enemies. Be sure to also find the secret room in the final dungeon.

Once you complete the game, if you feel you have anything left to do with your first character, be sure to choose Continue from the main menu and you can explore the entire map and do anything else you may need. Once you are ready, choose Begin from the menu to start a new run. Be warned this will overwrite your current character; only one can be active at a time.

Step 2: Trickster and Wizard Runs
Your main goal in this step is to simply complete the game with each of the other two classes. The nice thing here as that you will be given points to spend on items from the success of your first run. If available, purchase the Experience Orbs and you can immediately use them from the inventory on the left to level up to 10-15, which will mostly remove any need to grind levels to complete these runs. The only caveat will be your starting equipment is junk, so maybe do one or two dungeons to get some better gear before heading to the final tower.

Be sure to use a spell with the D-Pad for the one Wizard-specific achievement. If you didn't get the two items as rewards for collecting cats in the first run, be sure to get at least six and possibly twelve as you level up to make it through the final dungeon. Since you only need to kill a few enemies (namely the Longmen) to get keys in the final dungeon, you can complete the game at a much lower level than you did on your first run, you'll just need to be extra careful when fighting those enemies. Luckily, the Wizard has long-range fire attacks, and the Trickster can throw knives. The Longmen don't move if you can line them up while they are still in villager form, making them easy kills for these characters.

Step 3: Mop Up
After you complete the game with each of the classes, you'll likely have the majority of the achievements. The only thing I was missing were the two achievements for rare items dropped by collecting the cats. I have historically bad luck with RNG though, so you may have fared better. If you still need these as well, start a new character and just grab cats from the first dungeons near town and if that reward isn't what you need, quit and start another new character and repeat until you're done.

Conclusion:
Drawngeon is a unique RPG, harkening back to the old days of computer games where you didn't have much information and a lot of the mechanics were a bit hidden. As such, it takes some getting used to for how to use items in your inventory, and especially how to throw knives with the Trickster. Once you learn everything though, the game is quite simple and each run should only take an hour or so. The two title updates added a huge chunk of gamerscore, but it was largely just a ploy to increase sales, as all the achievements are lower versions of achievements from the base game. Regardless, at five bucks for what is currently 4000gs.png in about five hours, can't beat that!
 
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Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink and Paper Achievement Guide

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There are 37 achievements with a total of 4000 points

  • Complete the game with a Warrior class.

    The Warrior class is focused on a balance between attack and defense. This is probably the easiest class to complete the game with, and I'd suggest using it for the 100% completion run. Put your first skills into eating items, then focus on strength and inventory space since we'll be exploring many dungeons and will feed ourselves a lot of items to increase stats.
  • WIZARD

     

    50

    Complete the game with a Wizard class.

    The Wizard is a tricky class to use, but can be a bit foolproof since you can keep your distance from enemies as long as you unlock the fire spell. Most enemies, and luckily the trickiest ones in the game in the final dungeon, won't move unless you do, so you can shoot fire spells until they die and recharge your mana to kill them effortlessly. Put most of your points into Intelligence for more mana.
  • Complete the game with a Trickster class.

    The Trickster class is focused on movement speed, allowing you to quickly run through levels, attack and dodge before the enemy can counter, and it has special skills to deflect attacks. This was the third class I used to complete the game, so I mostly just ran past enemies when possible, and used the throwing knives for the toughest enemies since they are a one-hit kill. Put most of your points into Dexterity so you can outrun enemies.
  • The K-Knight is a hidden class that unlocks when you complete the game with the other three classes. You don't need to do anything else, this achievement will unlock when you gain access to the class.
  • Defeat each type of enemy at least once.

    There are nine different enemies to kill for this achievement. They are as follows:
     
    • Spider
    • Bat
    • Snake
    • Flower
    • Beholder
    • Mimic (fake chest)
    • Knight
    • Nioh
    • Longman (fake villager)
    The alien blob enemy Nioh and the fake villager enemies only show up in the final dungeon, but you should encounter all the others before then in other dungeons. None are missable.
  • ...

    For this achievement, you must attack one of the NPC characters in town until they become hostile. They will instantly kill you, ending your run, so be sure to do this on a fresh save.
  • Clear the level from enemies.

    This achievement can be done on any level of a dungeon, and only requires that you kill every enemy inside. You will likely be doing this for every floor of every dungeon to reach Level 20 and unlock all your skills on your main run, so this won't be an issue.
  • Use "Living water".

    Living Water is an item that you will often find in chests and can purchase from the vendor in town as well. Once you have one of these, use it from your inventory to unlock the achievement.
  • Achieve maximum capacity of inventory.

    On the skill tree in town, you will be able to use your skill points from leveling up to unlock upgrades to your inventory space. There are five levels of this skill, so you'll need to be at least Level 6 before unlocking this achievement if you focus on that first.
  • Perform magic using the skillpad.

    This achievement can only be done with the Wizard class. Once you level up a few times, you can unlock a healing spell, freeze and fire spells, and a transmog spell that will turn enemies into chickens. To use spells, you will use the D-Pad and you'll need to memorize the symbols from the skill on the skill tree. Perform the correct sequence on the D-Pad to cast a spell and unlock the achievement. The first spell you'll unlock, healing, is done with dpad-right.pngdpad-right.pngdpad-left.pngdpad-down.png.
  • Eat a certain number of items.

    To work on this achievement, you will first need to unlock the skill on the skill tree in town to be able to feed items to your hero. You don't need to purchase the second skill which transfers stats from the eaten item to your permanent stats, but it helps. Once you have this skill, eat 100 total items to unlock the achievement. Can simply be 100 gold coins, or any combination of weapons, armor, etc. Move the item from your inventory to the picture of you hero to eat it.
  • Unlock all skills

    To unlock every skill, you will need to be around Level 20 for your hero depending on which class you play. You don't need to upgrade any of the skills, so focus on first unlocking all of them before increasing their levels.
  • Equip "Mask of vampire".

    Mask of Vampire is a rare drop that can be given for collecting the cats in the game. You will get a bonus item on your 6th, 12th, and 18th cat collected. The Mask of Vampire is one possible item. It took me about ten tries to get this item, but it's complete RNG so you may have better luck. Be sure to equip the item once you get it to unlock the achievement.
  • 1000 steps.

    As the description says, simply walk 1000 total steps in the game. You will unlock this when completing your main run where you unlock all skills and do all the miscellaneous achievements.
  • Slayer

     

    50

    Defeat 100 enemies.

    This is another achievement that will come naturally during your main run where you unlock all skills and do all the miscenalleous achievements. Kill everything you come across, as you'll need the XP.
  • Perform 150 attacks.

    Again, this is something that will come naturally when killing 100 enemies. Most enemies take more than one hit to kill, so you'll get to 150 attacks before 100 kills.
  • Destroy 20 webs.

    Webs are found all over dungeons, and often block your way from proceeding further. Use a simple melee attack to remove the web, and repeat a total of 20 times to unlock this achievement.
  • Open 50 chests.

    Hey look, yet another achievement that should come naturally during your main run. You'll want to loot every chest you can so you can upgrade your gear, or have extra items to feed to the idol for gold, or feed to your hero to replenish health and add stats assuming you purchased that skill.
  • Find the secret portrait.

    In the final level of the final dungeon in the game, you will need to head toward a large light that teleports you out of the dungeon to complete the game. Just northeast of this light, you will find a small room with a picture of the developer's face on the wall. As soon as you step into this room, the achievement will unlock. If you go into the light and complete the game, just remember to choose Continue from the menu and not Begin, which will start a new run with a new character. You need to complete the game three times though, so you should remember at least once to do this.
  • Equip "Monocle of inversion".

    Monocle of Inversion is a rare drop that can be given for collecting the cats in the game. You will get a bonus item on your 6th, 12th, and 18th cat collected. This is one possible item. It took me about ten tries to get this item, but it's complete RNG so you may have better luck. Be sure to equip the item once you get it to unlock the achievement.
  • Collect 24 cats.

    Cats will spawn on every floor of every dungeon, and their locations will be randomized. There is also one cat hidden in a fixed location in the town, behind a door just to the right of your starting location (across from the blue door that heads to the final dungeon). There are more than 24 floors worth of dungeons in the game, so it's fairly easy to complete this achievement. On your 6th, 12th, and 18th cat collected, you will get an Epic-rarity item, two of which are needed for other achievements.
  • Get rid of spiders in houses.

    Inside the starting town, you will find three houses you can enter which all have spider enemies inside. Be sure to go through every room of these houses and kill all the spiders to unlock this achievement.

DLC: Title Update

There are 5 achievements with a total of 1000 points

DLC: Title Update 2

There are 5 achievements with a total of 1000 points

DLC: Title Update 3

There are 5 achievements with a total of 1000 points

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