Ni No Kuni 2 Guide: How To Unlock Fast Travel And Improve Spells

Improving spells works similar to how you upgrade your weapons and armor. Enhancing your magic spells in Ni No Kuni 2 will help you significantly in your battles. Before you start improving spells, you will need to progress to the point in story when you can build a Kingdom. This happens near the end of Chapter 3, you will be ready to start building your own Evermore Kingdom leading to the potential of improving spells.

To start with the process of getting better and improved spells in Ni No Kuni 2, you will need to select ‘Manage Your Kingdom’ in the main menu and select Evermore Spellworks. Then you should assign different personnel to work in the Spellworks. Next you should go to Evermore Spellworks where you will see a list of spells that you can create. Lastly check whether you have the right materials to cast away a spell you like.

How To Improve Spells In Ni No Kuni 2

Press options button next to each spell to find out more about them. You will soon discover that not all spells can be used in combat. For example researching the ‘Spirit Medium’ lets us talk with the floating ghosts. There is also a bridge building spell that helps you find hidden locations.

Upgrading your workshop is an essential part for improving spells as it will unlock more powerful kind of spells for you to learn and improve their power in the game. Kingsguilders are needed to upgrade your Spell facility so you will need to gain a certain amount of them and met the requirements to upgrade.

How To Unlock Fast Travel In Ni No Kuni 2

In order to fast travel in Ni No Kuni 2, you need to find trip doors on map or in dungeons. You need to click the map button two times to find a location of all the trip doors that you have activated on the world map. Simply pick the trip door that you want to fast travel to and then select from a list of locations to spawn in case there are multiple trip doors. This is the case for large locations like a city or dungeon with these trip doors serving as short cuts or checkpoints.