Octopath Traveler 2: How to Get Blessing in Disguise

Looking for Blessing in Disguise in Octopath Traveler 2? We know where to find it.

Looking for Blessing in Disguise in Octopath Traveler 2? We know where to find it.

Blessing in Disguise is one of the best pieces of gear in Octopath Traveler 2. It’s true that there are a ton of items hidden throughout the world, some of which give simple buffs and others that give more complicated boons. Blessing in Disguise reserves the effect of other equipment. Because of that, you’ll be able to turn negative effects into positive ones. Here’s how to get it. 

Where to Find Blessing in Disguise

Blessing in Disguise has been located in a couple of chests throughout the game so far:

  • In the Seal of the Water Sprite: You’ll find this one in a chest after climbing down the ladder in the northeastern part of the area.
  • In The Lost Isle: You’ll find this Blessing in Disguise location in the red chest in the southwestern section of the labyrinth. Be warned: The Lost Isle is an extremely high level dungeon and you’ll have to fight a pretty hard boss just to get in. Come prepared.

What to Pair with Blessing in Disguise

Once you get Blessing in Disguise, you may be wondering what to equip it with. These are two of the best options, though there are others that you could use depending on your playstyle and strategy. 

  • Rosary of Redemption: Equipping this accessory gives you -60 Phys. Att. and -60 Critical. With Blessing in Disguise, that becomes +60 Phys. Att. and +60 Critical, which is pretty excellent.
  • Forbidden, cursed, and Lost Tribe gear: These items are generally pretty strong even without Blessing of Disguise, but they also contain negative effects. Blessing in Disguise converts all of those negatives into postives, making some of the most powerful equipment in the game even stronger.

And that’s how you find Blessing in Disguise in Octopath Traveler 2. For more on Octopath Traveler 2, check out our guides hub.

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