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How to Get Battle-Tested Weapons in Octopath Traveler 2 (Easy Way)

Best Weapons in Octopath Traveler 2


Welcome to the ultimate guide on how to get your hands on the best weapons in Octopath Traveler 2. If you’re a seasoned player, then you already know that Battle Tested weapons are the best weapons in Octopath Traveler 2, but finding them can be a challenging task.

That’s where this guide comes in handy! In this article, we’ll explore how to obtain all the Battle Tested weapons in Octopath Traveler II using the Path Actions system. With our tips and tricks, you’ll be able to unlock exclusive items and discover the game’s most potent weapons. So, let’s dive in and uncover the secrets to finding the best weapons in Octopath Traveler 2.

Battle-Tested Weapons (Best Weapons) Locations in Octopath Traveler 2

WeaponHow to Get (Locations)StatsRequirements
Battle-Tested BladeApply Path Actions to Bandelham the Reaper in the Anchorage of Crackridge Harbor located in the Wildlands.Phys. Attack: 400
Critical: 120
Bonus Attribute: +30% increased physical skills damage.
Hikari Chapter 5
Battle-Tested SpearApply Path Actions to Benkei in Ku, Hinoeuma.Phys. Attack: 390
Critical: 120
Bonus Attribute: Low probability of causing blindness to the target for a duration of 5 turns.
Hikari Chapter 5
Battle Tested StaffApply Path Actions to the Vice President in Oresrush of the Wildlands.Phys. Attack: 200
Elem. Attack: 400
Bonus Attribute: Low probability of decreasing the physical defense of the target.
Partitio Chapter 4
Battle-Tested BowApply Path Actions to the Village Chief in Toto’haha’s Beasting Village.Phys. Attack: 200
Elem. Attack: 400
Bonus Attribute: Low probability of decreasing the speed of the target.
Ochette Chapter 3
Battle-Tested AxeAcquire as a loot drop by defeating the Villager positioned outside the tavern using Provoke or Challenge in Cape Cold, located in the Winterlands.Phys. Attack: 400
Elem. Attack: 250
Bonus Attribute: Increases the effectiveness of lightning and ice-type attacks.
Battle-Tested DaggerAcquire as a loot drop by defeating the Elderly Man positioned at the Tavern balcony using Provoke or Challenge in the Clockbank area of the Brightlands.Phys. Attack: 380
Evasion: 120
Bonus Attribute:

Octopath Traveler Battle-Tested Weapons Farming Tips

Unlike legendary arms, there are only two ways to get Battle-Tested Weapons in Octopath Traveler 2. When you’re progressing through the story, you can steal them or buy them from NPCs.

In order to get the same weapon again, you must challenge or provoke the NPC. To get the desired weapon, you have to repeat the process multiple times after winning since there’s only a 2% chance of getting some Battle-Tested such as the Battle-Tested Dagger and the Battle-Tested Axe.

To make the battle-tested weapons farming process easier use Hikari and Ochette. A Battle-Tested item can be acquired by engaging in multiple battles with Hikari and Ochette. Exploring the game world is the only way to access all the NPC battles.

Farming Battle-Tested Weapons requires a lot of resources. Before starting the battle, save the game so you can easily restart if you lose.

Use Bottled Nightmares in this strategy, since they can inflict status effects like confusion, blindness, and poison.

You have to defend for two turns before you can use another bottle. It lets the opponent’s health deplete without attacking them. This method beats the NPC in six bottles.

It’s important to stock up on Bottled Nightmares before attempting the battle, as each bottle costs 3000 leaves.

Players can buy Bottled Nightmares at the Nun merchant’s table on the right side of the black market in New Delsta Flats. You might have to cycle the day until the Nun merchant is available.

That’s everything you need to know on how to get all battle-tested weapons in the game. If you have something to add, let us know of your thoughts in the comments below.

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