Glitch – Item Duplication
Before You start you must have 2 characters on different iPhone/iTouch. Also make sure Bluetooth is enabled on both devices. (Will not work with the “Local Wireless” game connectivity).
1. On iPhone 1, select a character with many items: weapons/armor/rings. (I recommended a high-level, strong character with no need for the items.)
2. Tap “Start Game”
3. Tap “Multiplayer”
4. Tap “Bluetooth(R)”
5. Tap “Host Game”
6. On iPhone 2, select a character with little or no items or money.
7. Tap “Start Game”
8. Tap “Multiplayer”
9. Tap “Bluetooth(R)”
10. Tap “Join Game”
11. On iPhone 1, Tap “Start Game.”
12. During the game, manuever both characters to one of these areas where the glitch is possible: a. At the “Bogwomper Camp,” when you break from your cage with Rene and Celeste and get to the camp where you can sell/buy stuff at the vendor. b. In the “Lighthouse” area, this glitch is possible when you finish a level of almost every story in the Lighthouse. When you go through a self-activated portal, stay at the very beginning of the next story. c. In “Alastor’s Domain.” When you go over the really long “rainbow arch,” and there is a chest to the right, the area directly below that chest.
13. When you arrive to any of these locations, open the inventory on iPhone 1.
14. Drop AT LEAST 10 of your un-needed weapons/armor/rings. (EXIT YOUR INVENTORY AFTER YOU’VE DROPPED THE ITEMS)
15. On iPhone 2, move your character only a few inches to pick up all the items.
16. On iPhone 1, you should be able to pick up all the items that you dropped.
17. Now both of your characters have every item. Either character can sell them to gain money fast, or can use them to become stronger. (the items duplicated still follow the “rules of equipping.” You must have the required strength, dexterity, or energy to equip.)
Achievements for GameCenter.
|Unlockable||How to Unlock|
|Killing Spree||Killed 100 enemies|
|Level 10||Attain Level 10|
|Level 100||Attain Level 100|
|Level 20||Attain Level 20|
|Level 30||Attain Level 30|
|Level 40||Attain Level 40|
|Level 50||Attain Level 50|
|Level 60||Attain Level 60|
|Level 70||Attain Level 70|
|Level 80||Attain Level 80|
|Level 90||Attain Level 90|
|Massacre||Killed 500 enemies|
|Tyrant||Killed 2000 enemies|
|Warlord||Killed 1000 enemies|
- This game saves automatically. It will save at checkpoints, when logging out / exiting the game, and at specific time intervals.
- Potions restore both HP and MP. To use a potion click on the red vial icon in the top right corner of the screen. Note that you must be under 100% health or mana to use a potion.
- If you are using Potions faster than you find them don’t be afraid to stock up on them at every merchant, they are extremely cheap. They are located at the bottom most level of the merchant screen.
- Because you’ll always keep max potions (finding or buying), don’t be afraid to use them, even for just an MP refresh.
- DH2 Barrels can now drop weapons and armors as well as gold and potions. They can also contain enemies.
- If you’re having a difficult time destroying a barrel by attacking it, consider using a special ability attack on it. An area of effect attack or even a faerie spell can take out large groups of barrels with a single attack, not to mention hitting any enemies around them. If you don’t mind using your MP that is.
- There is no real need to purchase weapons or armor. You’ll acquire current/better gear from drops, chests, and barrels. On the other hand, if you aren’t interested in the gold trophy, then what’s the point of hording all that gold? Weapons are always a smart purchase.
- Lower gear with more useful magical properties are better than higher gear with worse stats. No one will be impressed with your Warrior with that cool looking helm with nothing but +energy on it.
- Auto-Transmute is a great feature under the options menu that shouldn’t be overlooked. I usually set the threshold to white items a little after I start the game, and blue/purple when farming for the end game armor sets. This will save you a lot of time.
- Transmuting an item will yield slightly less gold than selling to a merchant.
- It is acceptable if you only invest attribute points at level-up into your classes main attribute. Warriors can go strength, Rogues can go Dexterity, and Mages can go Energy. For more specific information on how to distribute attributes, see the classes sections.
- No need to invest a skill point every level up, save them for an ability you really want. Althought you won’t be able to invest all your saved points into a just unlocked skill, you will want to invest multiple skills per level higher up.
- The Foul-Smelling Man shows up in many of the dungeons in the game. His merchandise is always better than average quality.
- There are chests of green with gold trim, and larger than regular chests. These are epic chests and contain only high quality items.
- Holding down auto-attack button lets your character automatically attack the next foe (assuming they are within range).
- Skill powers disable your auto-attack, forcing you to reactivate it. Faerie spells do not.
- Selecting a quest in the Quest Journal and clicking the “Make Active” button in the lower-right corner shows you where to find the quest objective on the Map screen using a green “plus” sign.
- The game allows you to save a maximum of 4 characters.
- Red and Blue shrines can be found in many of the game’s dungeons. Red restores health and mana, while blue enchants you with a temporary shield of sorts.
- On normal difficulty the point cap for skills is 10. On hard mode this limit is 15. On heroic mode this limit is 20.
- You will only receive 1 Exp from killing enemies 5 levels or more lower than you.
- Dying holds no consequence other than starting back at a checkpoint. In fact, if you are below 3 potions, dying will automatically put 3 potions in your inventory.
- While you go through the game, purchasing and saving +find treasure % gear will save you a lot of time if you intend to do end game farming for the best equipment.