Dragon's Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand - How to unlock and Vocation Guide

Of all the new vocations for Dragon's Dogma 2, Mystic Spearhand is one of the most fascinating to use in practice; as well as one of the earliest that players can potentially unlock. But where do you find it; and what can players expect from its moveset?

If you're interested in a more general guide for where to unlock all of the vocations in Dragon's Dogma 2, be sure to check out our list of Vocation unlock methods too; for anyone looking for a broader overview of the Vocation, read on!

Where to find Mystic Spearhand

Unlike some of the other advanced Vocations, Mystic Spearhand can be unlocked rather early in the game. The only real prerequisite is that players have already completed the main story mission Monster Culling; return to Melve after you've completed the quest, and you'll discover it assailed by a Blight Drake. While you can fight it normally; we have an extra tip that will allow players to gain access to the Vocation's Maister Skill, Wild Furie, early on; kill the Drake by making use of Melve's giant Ballista instead of driving it away.

After the battle, if you scan the battlfield you'll be able to find Sigurd. This former Arisen hunts the Blight Drake, and showed up in Melve as part of his journey. You'll be able to enquire about the weapon he uses, which will unlock the ability to use the Mystic Spearhand Vocation for yourself. Much like other advanced Vocations, only the Arisen can use this role; your pawn cannot equip Mystic Spearhand for themselves.

If, for some reason, you failed to talk to Sigurd before Melve's citizens after completing the quest Readvent of Calamity - you'll be able to find Sigurd in Harve Village. Failing that, you'll discover him later in the game at the Dragonsbreath Tower on the Southwest corner of the map.

Mystic Spearhand Skills

Weapon Skills

Here's all the Weapon Skills players can expect to unlock for the Mystic Spearhand, as well as their upgraded versions. Different Weapon Skills will unlock at different Vocation Ranks, so keep in mind that players won't have access to every skill upon first acquiring the Vocation.

Dragoun's Stabbe

  • Kicks off a magickal platform to gain momentum before delivering a forceful jab. Also employable against flying targets.
    • Dragoun's Foin
      • An advanced form of Dragoun's Stabbe that allows the user to travel farther and causes the forceful jab to inflict magick damae as well.

Seching Blade

  • Conjures magickal blades that fly at the target of their own accord. Though not especially powerful, it can be activated while moving or using another attack.
    • Seching Storm
      • An advanced form of Seching Blade that conjures a greater number of blades at a decreased cost to Stamina.

Humble Offringe

  • Levitates nearby objects and hurls them at the closest hostile target. Can also lift and hurl smaller hostile targets that are flinching.
    • Devout Offringe
      • An advanced form of Humble Offringe that has an extended range, allowing targets to be lifted from further away

Thef's Hond

  • Saps the target's vitality and grants it to the user in the form of Stamina. Cannot be employed against targets that lack a corporeal form.
    • Ravinour's Hond
      • An advanced form of Thef's Hond that hastens Stamina recovery.

Mirour Vesture

  • Erects a magickal barrier around the user and any allies within range. Each barrier only lasts for a very short span of time, but nullfies all manner of attacks for the duration.
    • Mirour Shelde
      • An advanced form of Mirour Vesture that extends each barrier's duration, as well as the effective range when casting.

Skiedragoun's Fangtooth

  • Darts swiftly into the air before plunging down at high speed. Inflicts greater harm when evading a target's attack.
    • Skiedragoun's Feste
      • An advanced form of Skiedragoun's Fangtooth that causes the dive attack to inflict magick damage as well.

Unto Skie

  • Launches smaller targets great distances, forcibly removing them from battle. Launched targets grant no experience and drop no items. Larger targets are not launched, but struck with a solid blow.
    • Unto Heven
      • An advanced form of Unto Skie that leaves the user less vulnerable when activated and consumes less Stamina.

Magike Sperepelote

  • Fires the magick stored within the duospear in a high-speed blast. Consume Stamina while readying duospear to fill it with magick, inflicting harm relative to the amount of Stamina consumed.
    • Magike Speregonne
      • An advanced form of Magike Sperepelote that has a greater effective range and fires a more powerful magickal blast at increased speed.

Swift Charge

  • Consumes Health and Stamina to instantly charge Forbeding Bolt to maximum.
    • Moment's Charge
      • An advanced form of Swift Charge that consumes less Stamina.

Wild Furie (Maister Skill)

  • Unleashes a relentless flurry of slashes and magickal attacks. Additional button presses continue the onslaught by consuming Stamina.

Core Skills

These the core skills that build upon the Mystic Spearhand's basic moveset; including massively buffing the usability of actions such as Forbeding Bolt.

Scatering Bolt

  • Disperses Forbeding Bolt after it has been unleashed, ensnaring hostile targets in the vicinity and preventing them from moving. Targets struck directly are restrained for longer.

Quik Fot

  • Allows the user to instantly approach a target that was struck by Forbeding Bolt or Scatering Bolt.

Ferrene Bolt

  • Extends the effective range of Redouted Bolt.

Winding Cut

  • Spins the duospear forward, whirling and slashing through targets without pause. Repeatedly pressing the activation button spins the duospear faster. Can be activated while walking.


Much like with every other Vocation, the Mystic Spearhand's Augments can be equipped to other Vocations once unlocked. Here's what players can unlock and use for their Arisen by ranking up Mystic Spearhand.


  • Hastens movement speed while carrying or lifting.


  • Increases gold obtained when acquiring coin pouches.


  • Augments your Strength during the day and your Magick anight.


  • Increases the amount of rift crystals obtained when acquiring rift fragments and the like.


  • Reduces Stamina consumed while dashing.

How to unlock Wild Furie (Maister Skill)

If you didn't heed our advice earlier in the guide, the other way for players to unlock Mystic Spearhand's Maister Skill is by finishing off the Blight Drake at Dragonsbreath Tower, on the Southwest corner of the map. Sigurd will join you in your attempt to finish the hunt, and upon succesfully felling the beast he'll gift you the knowledge of his Maister Skill - Wild Furie.

Best of luck with learning Mystic Spearhand - it's a great Vocation, that offers something entirely different from anything else in the game.