Most action RPGs recognize that, as players go through the game and improve their skills, they may decide they want to reallocate skill or ability points to better suit their needs and playing style. They often integrate an option that will allow players to respec their characters. In Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, a remastered version of Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, players can build and rebuild their character, the Fateless One, using Skill and Ability Points. As players explore the Faelands, they can level up and earn 1 Skill Point and 3 Ability Points to allocate however they wish. The Skill Points improve players’ non-combat skills like persuasion and finding hidden objects, while Ability Points allow the player to build a unique character with combat skills across three distinct trees: Might, Finesse, and Sorcery.

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If players want to change up their build to better suit their playing style or try something new, they can do so by speaking with a Fateweaver. In the game, Fateweavers are psychics who can determine the fate of Amalurians, including how they will die. While this option will require the player to part with some gold, there is no limit to the number of times they can respec to help change the fate of the Fateless One. Here’s how to reset Skill and Ability Points in Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning.

Reset Skill and Ability Points in Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning

Players can find Fateweavers across the map, usually in most major cities. They are denoted by a symbol that resembles a stack of cards on the map. The most obvious choice is Agarth, but there are several other options, including:

  • Laest Noster in Blue Bear Tavern
  • Luminitsa across the lake of Didenhil at Luminitsa’s Cottage
  • Kerrinan in the Seasons Sanctuary
  • Morganer Rile in the Ironfast Keep
  • Kellis Cen at Golden Plains Inn
  • Abelyra Seranon in the Temple of Lyria
  • Fateweaver Marri at the Moon Camp
  • Wismey Destan at the Mel Senshir Tavern
  • Simeon Crowe in Hospitalis Quarters, the Arcadium, or the north side of The Wallis
  • Colbanus in the Circle of Engard
  • Daeges in the Lykeios (DLC only)
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Arden is also a Fateweaver, but he will not provide services for the player and cannot be approached to reset Skill and Ability Points.

Players will need to ask any of the Fateweavers listed for the Unbind Destiny service. This will reset all Skill and Ability Points for The Fateless One. This will cost the player a little more for each subsequent reset. The cost is calculated by the following equation: (Player Level x 256) x (number of Respecs x 1). The only Skills that won’t be refunded during this service are those granted through Skill Books, received from Trainers, or granted based on the character’s race.

When players reset their character’s points and start to respec, it is possible their armor will no longer work. If that happens, the Fateweaver will also throw in a basic shirt and pair of trousers free of charge to keep the Fateless One decent following the service.

Players can then redistribute their Skill and Ability Points however they see fit. They will also get to select a new Destiny Card.

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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