Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale Cheats

Dungeons & Dragons hasn’t enjoyed extreme longevity by being shallow. In addition to our full walkthrough, players will want to delve deep into the game, which means achievements, trophies, collectibles, unlockables, and other fun stuff. Find out what sort of goodies await in Daggerdale and its environs — check out the cheats below!

Achievements

Regular Achievements

Goblin Hunter (20 points)
Kill 1000 Goblins

Thank you for being a friend (15 points)
Complete Co-Op campaign

Four of a Kind (25 points)
Reach level 10 with all character classes

The Big Stick (25 points)
Deal 75 damage with a single attack

Solid Gold (20 points)
Have 100 000 gold in your bag at one time

Man at Arms (20 points)
Collect 1 of every weapon in the game

Secret Achievements

Raze the Dalelands (10 points)
Complete Chapter 4 – The Altar of Bane

Left in Ruins (10 points)
Complete Chapter 1 – Ruins of Tethyamar

Into The Deep (10 points)
Complete Chapter 2 – The Depths

Open Wide (10 points)
Complete Chapter 3 – The Mouth of the Void

Welcome to Tethyamar (10 points)
Complete Tutorial – Descent into Darkness

Iron Man (25 points)
Log 24 Hours of Gameplay

Trophies

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3 Comments on Dungeons & Dragons: Daggerdale Cheats

Reeves

On August 11, 2011 at 3:10 pm

Whoever developed Daggerdale: they suck. The game is so full of glitches and holes it’s ridiculous.

chris

On August 27, 2011 at 5:14 pm

the game is pretty good besides the glitches.. which are being patched everyday, once they are all gone and a dlc is released it will be even tighter.. alot like diablo2 from the pc, u can lvl up pick between classes that have unique special abilities. can find rare items, can drop/sell and trade items

HI8R

On October 11, 2011 at 7:23 pm

Very casual game enjoyed more over time after getting the hang of it. Does not take long to finish. I finished the game 3 times ran 99% perfect (shut down only once) on Win7 64bit. If you ever played Avencast, it feels like the same people made this one. Plays better than the YouTube videos make it look. Like I said, very casual, not bad but not stunning graphics, minimal complexity, obviously low budget, so buy on a budget.