Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark Cheats
Fell Seal: Arbiter’s Mark
Submitted by: David K.
Items in Fell Seal: Arbiter‘s Mark work a bit differently than they do in many other
games. Although Items have a limited amount of uses per battle, they automatically
restock after every battle, so you should feel free to use them frequently without
fear of running out. While you cannot purchase Items, you can increase the number
of per-battle uses, potency, and different types available via Crafting.
Your entire stock of Items is accessible by all of your characters.
-=General Item Usage Tips=-
* Items are particularly useful early in the game before your healers have had
a chance to get stronger, so don‘t neglect them if you‘re having trouble!
* Items like Potions and Remedies can be used on adjacent characters, so they
can really save someone‘s life if your dedicated healer is unable to help
them in time.
* Rocks and other thrown Items are great for close-range fighters who can‘t yet
manage to get in range of an enemy. These Items also never miss, so they are
extremely effective against targets with high Evasion (EVA). Similarly, they
ignore units‘ Defense (DEF) stat, so they‘re great against high-Defense
targets, like Pektite Monsters.
Secret Class Badge Locations:
Written by Cerulean Shaman
A very simple list of where to find all the badges for the secret classes.
Classes & Locations (Spoilers)
Werewolf: Ekhidna Falls chest. (Unseeable, hidden up above in the nook to the right
of the temple door with the glowy seal thingy. Must approach from the center,
Vampire: Resting Stones chest from a secret trigger to reveal it.
(The secret is a switch on the cloaked statue).
Vessel: Iirzk’tara Gorge (chest which requires flying).
Lich: Phougamouth Bogs (chest in middle of water) (Not there yet, might need
float to stand on water and open it).
Princess / Lord: Gelligh (ambush level where you fight Septimus). You get one
Coronal Plume here (just for beating the encounter) which you can use for one
of these two classes. Don’t worry as you will get more later on,
just mentioning the first.
To clarify, the wiki suggests you can get more from:
A prize for winning the second arena.
A reward as part of the Obelisk puzzle.
I have heard it said that you can also get some from an optional endgame area
that came with the final release, but I’m not sure.
Princess / Lord are actually slightly similar but unique classes and not just one
class with two gender names, so maybe consider which you want first.
How to Obtain Small but Fierce Achievement:
Written by ZekeeUk
A quick guide for those looking to quickly get the achievement Small but Fierce.
* Set all characters to have main or 2nd class as Beastrmaster (Menagrie).
* Choose level The Crossroads or Timber roads.
* Cast Bulldrake Pup + Pektite Dollop (or any other spells with a pet effect
that deals damage).
* Move your characters within melee range of enemies and keep ending your turn,
at the end of each turn the Pet effect should damage the monsters.
Can be handy to kill the healer enemy units and have loads of plainswalker boots
equiped for movement increase.