By: Devolver Digital (Nerial)
This guide will show you how to find Excalibur in Devolver Digital & Nerial’s Tinder-like kingdom management game Reigns on iOS, Android and PC. It will make it easier for you to win duels.
How to Get Excalibur:
If you follow the dog, have him lead you to the caravan. You may have to meet the Seer a few times before this becomes an option, but eventually you should be able to choose “King?” then “Sword?” and then he’ll describe the sword to you:
“Bright and shiny. Forged from earth with fire, water and acid.”
There are doors with those names in the dungeon (Pungeon). You can get there also through the dog or other ways. Once down there, there are different paths that could lead you to the right door. You will likely have to fight the skeleton first. I think you should avoid Arsenic because it’s often (or always?) spikes). If you find the Gold door, open the chest and take either the key or the torch.
Tip: The Neutral door leads to the Gold door!
Hopefully the Earth door will show up soon. Once you see the Earth door, go through it, then the Fire door, Water door, and Acid door in that order. Then you’ll see a door with a strange symbol on it. Go through and open the chest to get Excalibur! It will make duels easier to win and persists from year to year. Even if you die in the dungeon, you’ll still get to keep it. But it disappeared eventually for me.
You can also watch this video on how to find Excalibur:
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