How to Unlock the Invoker Archetype in Remnant 2 34534

How to Unlock the Invoker Archetype in Remnant 2

Yesterday Remnant 2‘s second DLC, The Forgotten Kingdom, released and with it came a wide variety of new secrets to uncover. Among the most exciting is a new archetype called Invoker. However, like the other secret archetypes, players need to figure out the secret to unlock it. Thankfully, reddit user SepticGentleman saved everyone a lot of time and revealed the secret.

How to Unlock the Invoker Archetype in Remnant 2

Finding the Old Flute

To unlock the archetype players need to find a material called Old Flute. This is unsurprisingly well hidden, though its requirements are thankfully rather low.

Before it can be unlocked, players need to progress far enough in Remnant 2: The Forgotten Kingdom to have the statue move the spiral staircase. It happens about an hour or so in after pulling a lever.

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Doing this will unlock two new pathways. One of these is the path forward, with the other revealing a lower section. Head down the lower path until you reach the bottom floor. There a room will be obscured behind the middle structure that leads to a small room with sand.

On the other side of the room will be a full set of Disciple armor. I strongly suggest collecting this if you haven’t already, followed by standing between the two piles of sand on the right side.

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Those confused can see the location on the map above, which can also be confirmed by being a location where the arrow trap is broken. After roughly 5 minutes the room will fill with sand, and a black screen will appear. Please note, this will also happen if you stand in the wrong area, it will just result in death instead of the secret room.

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After this you’ll wake up in a new room with a single item waiting for you. This is the Old Flute, which can be taken to Wallace to unlock the Invoker archetype.

What Can Invoker Do?

Invoker is a unique archetype that boosts the potency of skills, while buffing allies, and debuffing enemies. It’s a great archetype to have with you, as it offers a lot of benefits regardless of team, or solo play.

A full list of benefits to Invoker can be found below.

  • Prime Perk – Visionary: Doubles Base Skill Charges for all Archetypes. Skill activation reduces all Skill Cooldowns by 3 percent. For Heavy Weapons, doubles Heavy Weapon Base Ammo instead.
  • Skill – Way of Kaeula: Invoke Kaeula to cast a Tidal Wave dealing 594 Elemental damage and conjuring a 45m Rainstorm for 15.45 seconds. Allies inside Rainstorm gain Haste. Enemies gain Drenched, which reduces movement speed, and increase shock damage.
  • Skill – Way of Meidra: Invoke Meidra to heal all allies for 20 percent max health over 1.5 seconds and conjure a 30m Forest Growth for 15.45 seconds. After fully blooming, allies in the Forest Growth heal 2 percent Max Health per seconds and gain 3 percent of base damage dealt as Lifesteal. Enemies caught gain Gloom, which increased Elemental damage by 15 percent.
  • Skill – Way of Lydusa: Invoke Lydusa to infuse Ranged and Melee Damage with the power to apply Brittle (crit chance increases by 5 percent; critical damage by 15 percent), allowing the invoker to generate Sand Devils through damage or kills. Lasts 15.45 seconds. Reactivating the skill consumes all Sand Devils, and casts a 15m Sand Blast dealing 100 Elemental Damage per charge (max 10).
  • Perk – Entranced: Increases Skill Damage by 3 percent, Elemental Damage by 1.5 percent.
  • Perk – Communion: Reduces Skill Cooldowns by 1 percent once every 3 seconds for allies while an Invoker Skill is active.
  • Perk – Mind and Body: Increases Movement Speed by 5 percent while an Invoker Skill is active.
  • Perk – Soothsayer: On Relic use, extend the duration of active Invoker skills by 20 percent of the base duration. Cannot exceed base duration.
  • Trait – Gifted: Increases Skill Duration by 3 percent per level (30 percent cap)
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