Darkest Dungeon 2 – How to Remove Negative Quirks

Kirthana K
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Darkest Dungeon 2 is like most RPG games where you will get buffs and debuffs while fighting enemies during your exploration. While picking a character, they will come with a set of quirks that can make or break them. If you find that certain quirks are causing some negative effects, you can remove them from the list to make them more OP. In this guide, we will see how to remove negative quirks in Darkest Dungeon 2.

Darkest Dungeon 2 – How to Remove Negative Quirks

Quirks are something innate that all characters will have, but having certain negative quirks can cause a hindrance to the player. Here we will see how to remove negative quirks in Darkest Dungeon 2.

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Sometimes you might recruit Heroes that have certain undesirable quirks. These quirks can hamper your damaged output and bring your team down. To mitigate those, you have to remove them. The only way you can get rid of negative quirks is by visiting the field hospital. But you will need a bunch of relics to get rid of the quirk. Removing a quirk requires 16 Relics per quirk, and you will need to put a positive quirk to take its place. To equip a quirk, you will need 32 relics and use them in the field hospital. You can only lock one positive perk per Hero, so you should make it count.

If you wish to farm relics, you can do that by running over debris with the Stagecoach, fighting enemies, and looting from Academics and Swine Cache, Assistance Encounters, and The Academics Study.

That’s all there is to know about removing negative quirks in Darkest Dungeon 2. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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