Players: 1-2 offline, 1-4 online.
Online Trophies: 1 possible, none required.
Online Pass Required: No.
Cheat Codes Affect Trophies: NA
Estimated Time to 100%: 24 hours.
Minimum Playthroughs: 2-4
Collectible Trophies: 1 (Man at Arms)
Missable Trophies: None.
Glitched Trophies: None that I'm aware of at this time.


Dungeons & Dragons has brought some great games in the past such as Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights. This one, however, is nowhere near the caliber of those games.

Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale gives the gamer four choices of pre-made characters to choose from to save the city of Daggerdale from the clutches of a powerful Banite priest. Of course, this will not be a straight forward march up to the adversary. Several enemies stand between the heroes and the completion of this task.

The heroes begin their journey in the depths of the earth where a sizeable amount of their time will be spent. As the heroes move through the depths, aiding dwarves and combating their enemies, they are gaining the tools to enter the tower of the Banite priest and confront him where he lives.

[top]Tips & Strategies

First and foremost, SAVE your game often! It will not load from the point that you save it at, but it will save your experience points, money, items acquired, etc. The save spot will take you to the launching point of whatever chapter you are in when you save.

Another helpful tip is to take out spellcasters as quickly as possible, especially of the wizard/ mage type. The healer type spellcasters can actually help bring back dead creatures and provide you with extra experience points as you defeat the same enemy again, though it does seem to reduce the amount given as time goes on.

Red/orange arrows on the map are the main storyline quests that are necessary to progress forward, while the gray arrows are side quests that can be used to pad your xp and gold.

Elemental damage can be applied to your weapons through numerous equipment that you find or purchase ie. weapons, helmet, ring, amulet, and armor. Cold damage slows your enemies and can be used to give you extra time to take charge of the battlefield. There is also fire, poison, necrotic, and electric. You may apply several at once to your weapons as well as obtain resistances from multiple energy sources too. When you are in combat, the hit points of your enemies are shown in bar form, with their particular resistances on the left side of their bar. Cold and electric damage seem to be the most useful elements as very few enemies have those resistances.

Charisma affects how much money you receive for selling at the merchants as well as the price you pay for buying anything from a merchant. If you are trying to get 100,000 gold for "Solid Gold", a higher charisma score could help you achieve it faster.

[top]Cheats, Glitches, & Exploits

None reported.


Just for the record: This is a very easy game and there are no difficulty changes or options.

Fastest possible way to 100% would be two playthroughs with two level one characters on one account in the pleasure of your own home. Concentrate on getting through the game as you wish, side quests give more money and xp. Watch the Man at Arms and you should have that before you finish the story, as well as The Big Stick from a trebuchet near the end and after you finish the story, work your characters to level 10 on chapter select (chapter 2 The Depths works best to me and should also finish off Goblin Hunter if need be). As soon as they hit 10th level start playthrough 2 with 2 brand new characters and on the second trip through work on letting one character pick up all sellable treasure drops and building charisma with the same character for better rates at the merchants. Go through skipping the side quests and after you finish the story go to the Depths again and level up to 10 again on both. Take the charismatic character and keep working on Solid Gold. When you hit 100,000 gold, save Iron Man for when you go to sleep, work, or school and load it up before hand and walk away. Just needs to run the clock now.


Welcome to Tethyamar
Complete Tutorial - Descent into Darkness

This is a story based trophy and will pop after you complete the tutorial chapter.

Left in Ruins
Complete Chapter 1 - Ruins of Tethyamar

This is a story based trophy and will pop after you complete Chapter 1.

There is a ballista that you must stop that signals the end of this chapter. Toggle spoiler for tips if you are having trouble with it.

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Into the Deep
Complete Chapter 2 - The Depths

This is a story based trophy and will pop after you complete Chapter 2.

The disposal of the Skull Lord marks the conclusion of this chapter. Tips below for help with this battle.

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Open Wide
Complete Chapter 3 - The Mouth of the Void

This is a story based trophy and will pop after you complete Chapter 3.

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Raze the Dalelands
Complete Chapter 4 - The Altar of Bane

This is a story based trophy and will pop after you complete Chapter 4 and the final battle.

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Goblin Hunter
Kill 1000 goblins

Goblins dominate the Tutorial as well as Chapters 1 and 2. Kill 1,000 of the little buggers and this trophy will pop!

You very well may not accomplish this through the storyline, however use the chapter select feature afterward and revisit chapter 2 (The Depths) for some more goblin beatdown and it shouldn't take too much longer.

Thank You For Being a Friend
Finish Co-Op campaign (any MP campaign)

All that is required is completion of a multi player campaign for this trophy to pop.

This can be achieved with 2 players on one account or online with up to four total characters. The fastest way to get it would be to jump into someone else's game right at the end. Unless you know someone, however, this might prove difficult as there was no activity going on during the week I was working on this and it was impossible to join any other games.

Solid Gold
Have 100,000 gold in your bag at one time

You must have 100,000 gold on your character at one time. If it doesn't pop while selling inventory at the merchant, hit a barrel or kill an enemy and when you pick up the gold, it will.

This is actually quite a lot of money for this game and will take more than just a playthrough to achieve. The good news is that you may go back to chapter select after finishing the game at any time and continue leveling up your character (which also will not max out with the playthrough) as well as accumulate the funds you need for this trophy.

Man at Arms
Collect one of every weapon type in the game

This should come in the course of a single playthrough if you pick up the objects that are left behind when you dispose of your enemies. Chests and barrels also hide weapons and armor, so open and smash these as you move through the story. There are numerous merchants along the way that offer different weapons for purchase that can also round out your list. Save your money if you have the patience though, the drops should be able to provide you with all you need and some of the weapons won't even show up until the later chapters anyway.

I've compiled a list below of all the weapons I believe are needed for this trophy and also categorized them as one handed, two handed, thrown, and launched. I apologize if I left any out, but this should be close to, if not all of them. You do not have to have them in your inventory all at once, merely have obtained them at one time or another.

One handed: Battle Axe, Longsword, Khopesh, Club, Dagger, Dwarven Warhammer, Mace, Scimitar
Two handed: Dragonborn Greatsword, Greatsword, Morningstar, Cobalt Greataxe, Dwarven Waraxe, Heavy War Pick, Ornate Quarterstaff, Quarterstaff, Elven Quarterstaff, Tiefling Bastard Sword, Mordenkrad
Thrown: Hand Axe, Throwing Dagger, Throwing Hammer, Shuriken, Dwarven Throwing Hammer
Launched: Elven Greatbow, Shortbow, Longbow, Superior Crossbow, Hand Crossbow, Greatbow

Iron Man
Log 24 Hours of gameplay

As the trophy says, log 24 hours of game play. This is a total time, not all at once. Load up your game, walk away to do laundry, cook dinner, go to work, whatever, and when your game timer reaches 24 hours, pop! You get a silver trophy.

Four of a Kind
Reach level 10 with all character classes

There are four different character classes to play in this game. They are a fighter, a wizard, a rogue, and finally a cleric. After you reach level 10 with all of these classes, this trophy will pop!

The Big Stick
Deal 75 damage with a single attack

This will most likely require a two handed weapon with a few enhancements added in from the weapon itself, your armor, necklace, ring, and your helmet. You will most likely also need some form of a special attack through your chosen feats. Your best opportunities would probably be with the fighter or rogue. I will also say that you can get this with any class you want in one part of the game. Check out the spoiler below if you want to know how.

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