Dragon’s Dogma 2: Mystic Spearhand Vocation and How to Play the Class Guide

Get a complete guide on playing as a Mystic Spearhand vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2, covering their class powers and skills.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand Vocation and How to Play the Class Guide - DD2

Mystic Spearhand Vocation (Class) Overview

The Mystic Spearhand is a hybrid vocation with a versatile weapon called Duospears. In Dragon’s Dogma 2, the Mystic Spearhand vocation blends the best offensive and defensive skills in one class. It can deal damage at any range, has incredible mobility, and controls multiple enemies simultaneously. This is one of the best vocation choices due to its overall combat flexibility, raw power, and survivability.

Mystic Spearhand - Dragon's Dogma 2

Mystic Spearhand Vocation (Class) Features in Dragon’s Dogma 2:

  • Vocation: Hybrid Vocation
  • Weapons: Duospears
  • Primary Statistic: Unknown
  • Available for Pawns: No
  • Playstyle: Melee and Ranged
  • Advantages: High Damage, Fantastic Mobility

The vocation you choose in Dragon’s Dogma 2 defines the skills, playstyle, and weapons you or your pawns (companions) can use in combat. Additionally, as you level up, you will improve statistics and unlock Augments, which are passive boosts. Both will help you increase your combat efficiency, including survivability and damage output.

It’s important to know that you can change your actively equipped skills at any campfire if you have a camping kit. You can obtain a camping kit by purchasing it from merchants, or, if you are lucky, you may find one in the world. However, it’s worth noting that you cannot unlock new skills or change your vocation at campfires.

Should you play Mystic Spearhand Vocation (Class) in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

Mystic Spearhand is an excellent choice for players who want to play an aggressive, high-speed fighter who stays in the storm of the fight. The vocation deals significant damage while keeping the essential crowd control tools, making it easy to move around the battlefield and even reach flying enemies.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand Aerial ability

Mystic Spearhand specializes in ranged, melee combat, and magick. However, unlike sorcerers or mages who primarily focus on elemental magic, this vocation channels their powers to manipulate objects from a distance. This class can throw objects, lift them, and defeat enemies with this unique magic type.

Their weapon, a dual-ended spear called simply Duospear, can deal significant physical damage. And thanks to the area of effect, skills easily defeat surrounding enemies.

Additionally, You can’t use Mystic Spearhand class for your Pawn. If you want your Pawn to learn an advanced vocation, consider Warrior or Sorcerer.

How to Play Mystic Spearhand Vocation – Class Gameplay

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, whether engaging in close combat or striking from a distance, when playing Mystic Spearhand class, you can expect the vocation to deliver powerful blows that swiftly crush foes.

High Damage and Versatile: With its versatile range, magic, and ability to switch seamlessly between melee and ranged attacks, the Mystic Spearhand shines in dealing significant damage to enemies. Utilizing the Duospear weapon, the Mystic Spearhand can unleash devastating physical and magical combos, making it a powerful force on the battlefield. With Mystic Spearhand magic, you can even pick up smaller enemies and throw them, which can kill them.

DD2 Mystic Spearhand Gameplay - Dragon's Dogma 2

Defensive and Party Support: The Mystic Spearhand offers limited defensive capabilities and lacks significant utility in supporting allies in group settings. While it excels in dealing damage, mobility, and crowd control, it falls short in terms of defensive skills or party buffs. Players should prioritize offensive tactics and rely on mobility to avoid incoming attacks.

Dragon's Dogma 2 Mystic Spearhand Maister Sigurd

Crowd Control: With sweeping attacks and area-of-effect skills, the Mystic Spearhand excels in managing groups of enemies, keeping them at bay while dealing damage. Skills like Shock, an electric attack, it can stun multiple nearby enemies. While stunned, they can’t attack. When you need to manage a crowd or find yourself surrounded, this can be a useful tactic. It allows you to clear the area. Shadow, which creates a duplicate to double damage and range, allows the Mystic Spearhand to control the battlefield and dictate the flow of combat.

Mobility: The Mystic Spearhand is a highly mobile warrior that quickly closes the distance to enemies using dashing skills. With teleporting tricks, they move swiftly around the battlefield and engage foes in close combat, unleashing a flurry of melee attacks with the Duospear. Their mobility skills allow them to outmaneuver opponents and avoid incoming attacks.

How to Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation

Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation in Melve, speak with Sigurd, and defeat the dragon to complete the quest. After you unlock Mystic Spearhand you can change your vocation for 200 Dcp (Dyscypline points) to Mystic Spearhand.

Dragon's Dogma 2 - Unlocking Mystic Spearhand vocation and skills

Mystic Spearhand is one of six vocations you must unlock before playing it.

Here is how to unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2 (check the quest walkthrough for detailed descriptions.):

  1. Travel to Vernworth
  2. Speak with Captain Brandt, who will give you the Monster Culling quest
  3. Return to Melve
  4. Help defeat the Plague Dragon.
  5. Speak with Sigurd and ask him about his combat style.
  6. Unlock Mystic Spearhand Vocation

Alternatively, if the dragon attack doesn’t trigger and you won’t find Sigurd in Melve, you can try again or encounter him later at the entrance of Dragonsbreath Tower or Harve Village. Both locations are essential parts of the main story. He will be able to identify you as the Arisen and immediately grant you access to the Mystic Spearhand Vocation. 

Mystic Spearhand Maister’s Teachings

As you traverse through various parts of the world, you will encounter individuals who have achieved the pinnacle of mastery in their chosen vocation. These experts, known as vocation maisters, have honed their skills to perfection, and are highly respected within their community.

After forging a relationship with the Mystic Spearhand vocation maister, and earning their trust, you will gain access to their vocation teachings. This could mean learning the complex details of their craft or receiving special tomes that contain the maister’s teachings – advanced skills that aspiring craftsmen highly seek after.

With their guidance and support, you can unlock your true potential as a Mystic Spearhand vocation in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

How to Unlock More Skills

You can change and unlock more skills and vocations in Vocation Guilds and some Inns. Here are some Locations where you can change your vocation and unlock more:

  • Inn in Melve (in the north)
  • Inn in Vernaorth (center of the map)
  • Guild Hall in Bakbattahl (northeast part of the map)
  • Guild Hall in Vernworth (south)

Mystic Spearhand Skills and Augments

Just like all vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2, Archer has access to three types of skills:

  • Weapon Skills: Vocation-dependent weapon skills refer to specialized weapon techniques that may differ among various vocations, even if they share the same weapons. ( As such, it is crucial to understand the weapon skills available to your vocation to optimize your combat abilities.) These skills can be executed by pressing the related weapon skill button.
  • Core Skills: Skills that are dependent on a specific weapon can be used by any vocation that has access to it. These skills are performed by pressing the light and heavy attack buttons in a specific order.
  • Augments: Passive trait buffs are earned when leveling a specific vocation. Once unlocked, the augment can be used regardless of the character’s vocation.

As you can see, some of those skills are passive boosts, and some are active abilities you will use in combat to deal damage and sometimes control the battlefield.

In Dragon’s Dogma 2, you can simultaneously have only a few skills per category active. With ranks, you unlock more of them by using specific vocations in combat as you level up. So some of the abilities listed below might not be available to you from the start.

Below, you can find all Mystic Spearhand class Weapon Skills, Core Skills, and Augmentations in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

Mystic Spearhand Weapon Skills

Dragoun’s Stabbe

  • Rank: 1
  • Cost: 0
  • Description: Kicks off a magickal platform to gain momentum before delivering a forceful jab. Also employable against flying targets.

Dragoun’s Foin

  • Rank: 4
  • Cost: 1000
  • Description: An advanced form of Dragoun’s Stabbe that allows the user to travel farther and causes the forceful jab to inflict magick damage as well.

Seching Blade

  • Rank: 1
  • Cost: 200
  • Description: 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

  • Rank: 4
  • Cost: 1000
  • Description: An advanced form of Seching Blade that conjures a greater number of blades at a decreased cost to Stamina.

Thef’s Hond

  • Rank: 3
  • Cost: 450
  • Description: 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

  • Rank: 5
  • Cost: 1300
  • Description: An advanced form of Thef’s Hond that hastens Stamina recovery.

Mirour Vesture

  • Rank: 3
  • Cost: 450
  • Description: Erects a magickal barrier around the user and any allies within range. Each barrier only lasts for a very short span of time, but nullifies all manner of attacks for the duration.

Mirour Shelde

  • Rank: 6
  • Cost: 1600
  • Description: An advanced form of Mirour Vesture that extends each barrier’s duration, as well as the effective range when casting.

Skiedragoun’s Fangtooth

  • Rank: 4
  • Cost: 700
  • Description: Darts swiftly into the air before plunging down at high speed. Inflicts greater harm when evading a target’s attack.

Skiedragoun’s Feste

  • Rank: 6
  • Cost: 1600
  • Description: An advanced form of Skiedragoun’s Fangtooth that causes the dive attack to inflict magick damage as well.

Devout Offringe

  • Rank: 5
  • Cost: 1300
  • Description: An advanced form of Humble Offringe that has an extended range, allowing targets to be lifted from further away.

Humble Offringe

  • Rank: 2
  • Cost: 300
  • Description: Levitates nearby objects and hurls them at the closest hostile target. Can also lift and hurl smaller hostile targets that are flinching.

Unto Skie

  • Rank: 5
  • Cost: 1100
  • Description: 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

  • Rank: 7
  • Cost: 2000
  • Description: An advanced form of Unto Skie that leaves the user less vulnerable when activated and consumes less Stamina.

Magike Sperepelote

  • Rank: 6
  • Cost: 1800
  • Description: 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

  • Rank: 8
  • Cost: 2500
  • Description: An advanced form of Magike Sperepelote that has a greater effective range and fires a more powerful magickal blast at increased speed.

Swift Charge

  • Rank: 7
  • Cost: 2500
  • Description: Consumes Health and Stamina to instantly charge Forbeding Bolt to maximum.

Moment’s Charge

  • Rank: 9
  • Cost: 3000
  • Description: An advanced form of Swift Charge that consumes less Stamina.

Wild Furie

  • Rank: Paladin’s Enigmata
  • Cost: Paladin’s Enigmata
  • Description: Unleashes a relentless flurry of slashes and magickal attacks. Additional button presses continue the onslaught by consuming Stamina.

Mystic Spearhand Core Skills

Twein Cut

  • Rank: 0
  • Cost: 0
  • Description: Unleashes a flurry of swift slashes with the duospear.

Magike Cut

  • Rank: 0
  • Cost: 0
  • Description: Slashes and fires a magickal burst simultaneously. Follows up with a powerful successive strike if it connects with a foe who has been knocked off balance.

Redouted Bolt

  • Rank: 0
  • Cost: 0
  • Description: Fires a magickal burst that deals no damage but causes targets to flinch. Can be employed while moving.

Forbeding Bolt

  • Rank: 0
  • Cost: 0
  • Description: Alters the effect of Redouted Bolt so that it instead prevents the target’s movement. Charging up magick before unleashing extends the effect. Can charge magick while performing other actions.

Scatering Bolt

  • Rank: 1
  • Cost: 150
  • Description: 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

  • Rank: 2
  • Cost: 250
  • Description: Allows the user to instantly approach a target that was struck by Forbeding Bolt or Scatering Bolt.

Ferrene Bolt

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  • Cost: 3
  • Description: Extends the effective range of Redouted Bolt.

Winding Cut

  • Rank: 4
  • Cost: 600
  • Description: 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.

Mystic Spearhand Augments


  • Rank: 2
  • Cost: 300
  • Description: Hastens movement speed while carrying or lifting.


  • Rank: 4
  • Cost: 900
  • Description: Increases gold obtained when acquiring coin pouches.


  • Rank: 6
  • Cost: 1800
  • Description: Augments your Strength during the day and your Magick anight.


  • Rank: 8
  • Cost: 3000
  • Description: Increases the amount of rift crystals obtained when acquiring rift fragments and the like.


  • Rank: 9
  • Cost: 5000
  • Description: Reduces Stamina consumed while dashing.

The best Mystic Spearhand skills are:

Ensure you use skills matching your playstyle and exploit enemy weaknesses for the best results. Here are the best Mystic Spearhand skills in Dragon’s Dogma 2 worth considering to use:

  • Devout Offringe: Throws enemies and smaller objects
  • Dragoun’s Foin: upgraded starting skill, very powerful
  • Mirour Shelde: Great defensive barrier for you and allies
  • Seching Storm: Conjures magickal blades that fly at the target and deal significant damage
  • Skiedragoun’s Feste: Most fun skill, drafting into the air and dealing huge damage.
  • Thef’s Hond: Good when running out of Stamina

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