Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands There’s a lot of freedom in how you build your character. You can use it all on a skill tree, or you can even split some points with subclasses for a very specific build once you unlock the multilayer. But what if you put the wrong score or get tired of your current setup? Well, while you can’t change your main character’s class, you can completely restore your skill points and choose a different sub-class – but it won’t be immediately available. Please guide you when and how to make it happen.
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You might hope that you could redistribute your points relatively early in the game, but sadly that won’t be possible. Instead, you’ll have to complete all 10 chapters and get to the epilogue before you unlock the option to make these changes. That can be frustrating but much of Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands is based on the endgame, so you’ll still have plenty of gameplay to get through once you’ve reached respawn.
Once you’ve completed the game and entered the epilogue, respawning is quick and painless. Just head back to Brighthoof and head to the tavern where you’ll find an NPC that will fill in your new ability to redistribute your skill and hero points and change your subclass.
You can change your construction at the Quick Change Station, which can be found in the Brighthoof Tavern or the late-game area known as the Chaos Room. Just go to the station and then select “Reset Skill.” By doing so, you will be able to redistribute everything as you wish. Choosing to respawn in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will require you to spend 10% of your total, so just keep in mind that you will have a significant impact on your overall finances if you happen to be carrying quite a bit of cash. .
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