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The Sisterhood is a sub-guild that is only avaiable to females in Dungeon Lords. Because the
Sisterhood is a sub-guild rather than a full guild, joining the guild won't lock you into a
first tier class. You can simply use the Sisterhood to give
your character new options when advancing. Provided that you have a first tier class without an
associated second tier class, you can go outside the guild of the first tier class and select
second and third tier classes from the Sisterhood. For example, if you selected fighter as
one of your first tier classes, instead of staying with the Fighter's Guild and selecting knight
or marauder as your second tier class, you could go with the Sisterhood and select enchantress or
valkyrie. The hierarchy of classes is shown in our
There are two guildmasters for the Sisterhood:
- Lady Chana (Sister Dhara) in the apothecary shop in Fargrove
- Elvithra in the apothecary shop in Arindale
The quests for the Sisterhood work just like the quests for the four full guilds in Dungeon
Lords, except that there is an extra step involved.
To be introduced to the Sisterhood, you first have to rescue Lady Loriea from goblins (#1).
From there, the sub-guild proceeds normally, with an initiation quest (#2), a second tier
class quest (#4-5), a second guild quest (#3), and a third tier class quest (#6).
1 - Pre-Initiation Quest
In order to learn about the Sisterhood, you must be female, and you must rescue Lady Loriea from a
goblin attack in Fargrove. Loriea can be found north of the Temple of the Circene. After the
battle, Loriea will tell you to seek out Lady Dhara in the apothecary shop, and Dhara will then
act as a Sisterhood guildmaster.
2 - Initiation Quest
Deliver Sister Dhara's special package
(a letter) to Elvithra in her apothecary shop in
This is a simple quest, and once you've completed it, you'll gain a heraldry bonus, and you'll be
able to add a second tier Sisterhood class to your character.
3 - Second Guild Quest
Rescue Sister Talya from her brutal owner Kaugris in the Forbidden Lands.
You'll find Sister Talya and Kaugris together at a building.
There isn't anything special about Kaugris -- he just does melee damage -- and there's even a campfire
nearby, allowing you to heal easily. After Kaugris is dead, if you talk to Sister Talya, she'll give you a
bracelet of power
which increases damage by 20%.
If you're playing the Collector's Edition, then you'll also receive 10,000 experience and a point
Then when you talk to a Sisterhood guildmaster
next, you'll gain "the angel" heraldry bonus, and you'll also gain the ability to add a third tier
Sisterhood class to your character.
4 - Valkyrie Class Quest
Defeat the evil valkyrie Ruenkavala at her camp near Ulm Lake.
Since there is a campfire in the area, this is a very easy battle. Just
fight Ruenkavala and any elves who happen to be nearby, and then run over to the campfire and heal
whenever you've taken enough damage. Eventually Ruenkavala will die.
5 - Enchantress Class Quest
Defeat the evil sorceress Lavishas and her gang of marauders at their camp near Lake Lohr.
We ran into Lavishas while moving north on the trail leading to Lake Lohr. The battle against
the sorceress can be nasty, not because she is terribly powerful, but because she'll constantly
summon wolves to fight you, and if you have trouble against packs of wolves, then you might get
overwhelmed. We'd recommend you pick up some area effect spells before trying the battle.
6 - War Witch Class Quest
Find the dread witch Greuvenia the Pox in the Vale of Ruin, and there destroy her and her army of
Greuvenia is a pain. She'll fling an assortment of annoying
nether spells your way -- "choking cloud," "locust swarm," "gripping vines," "sleep," and more. Worse,
she'll cast those spells non-stop, meaning if you don't have the
from the Naga Temple, you shouldn't even bother trying. The
will counteract the "choking cloud" and "locust swarm" spells, which is how Greuvenia
does most of her damage, and with those spells gone, you can just bring up a menu to wait out the
paralyzing spells, and then attack Greuvenia whenever you're able. Eventually she'll go down, and
you'll earn "the vixen" heraldry bonus when you return to a Sisterhood guildmaster.