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    Nier Replicant Guide: How to get all the Weapons

    Here's how you can get 100% Weapon Completion.

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    Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139… is similar to Nier Automata in that the game has multiple endings. To get Ending C in Replicant though, you’ll need to acquire all of the game’s non-DLC weapons.

    In case you’ve already reached the game’s first ending but have yet to acquire all of the required weapons, here’s our full Nier Replicant weapons guide!

    (NOTE: This guide has minor spoilers on some game locations. We recommend checking this guide once you have completed the game at least once)

    One-Handed Swords

    • Nameless Blade
      • This is your default weapon that you get at the start of the game.
    • Lily-Leaf Sword
      • Available from the Village Blacksmith for 2,400 Gold starting in part 1.
    • Beastbain
      • Available from Village Blacksmith for 16,800 Gold starting in part 1.
    • Nirvana Dagger
      • Found in the Lost Shrine in Part 1. Specifically, it can be found on the second floor in a crate found after climbing a wooden ladder. 
    • Moonrise
      • On the way to the Seafront in Part 1, you will happen upon a man fighting against Shades. Help him out and he will give you Moonrise.
    • Rebirth
      • A reward given by the King of Facade in Part 1.
    • Earth Wyrm’s Claw
      • Available from Facade Blacksmith for 8,400 Gold starting in part 1. 
    • Blade of Treachery
      • Located in the Haunted Mansion in Part 1 before the boss.
    • Faith
      • Reward given by the Mayor of the Forest of Myth after freeing all the villagers in part 1. In case you missed this, you can buy the weapon from the Aerie Blacksmith for 18,500 in part 2.
    • Phoenix Dagger
      • Available from the Seafront Blacksmith for 31,200 Gold starting in part 2.
    • Labyrinth’s Whisper
      • Found after killing a shade for the “A Bridge in Peril” side quest in the Northern Plains in part 2.
    • Iron Pipe
      • Found during The Magical Stone quest in the Forest of Myth. Can be missed, but is given automatically after Ending B.
    • Ancient Overlord
      • Given by the King of Facade in the part 2 storyline.

    Two-Handed Swords

    • Kusanagi
      • This weapon is automatically given to you at the start of part 2.
    • Axe of Beheading: 
      • Available from Village Blacksmith for 19,200 Gold starting in part 2.
    • Fang of the Twins: 
      • Found in the Underground Research Lab, B1 in part 2.
    • Vile Axe
      • Available from the Seafront Blacksmith for 21,600 Gold starting in part 2.
    • Beastlord 
      • Found in the Lost Shrine right before the boss in the storyline.
    • Iron Will: 
      • Given by Gideon in the part 2 storyline.
    • Phoenix Sword:
      • Found in a crate in the first area of the Shadowlord’s Castle, near the fountain in part 2.
    • Labyrinth’s Song
      • Reward at the end of the Disturbing the Sleep of Kings” side quest in part 2.

    Spears

    • Transience
      • This weapon is automatically given to you at the start of part 2.
    • Spear of the Usurper
      • Available from the Seafront Blacksmith for 21,600 Gold starting in part 2.
    • The Devil Queen
      • Located at the Lost Shrine’s rear path, in a crate next to the second ladder.
    • Sunrise
      • Available from either the Village or Aerie Blacksmith for 21,600 Gold starting in part 2.
    • Beastcurse
      • Located at the Junk Heap, in a box before the boss battle in the part 2 storyline.
    • Captain’s Holy Spear
      • Available at the Facade Blacksmith for 30,000 Gold starting in part 2.
    • Dragoon Lance
      • Located at the Shadowlord’s Castle, in a box just before you ascend the spiral staircase in the part 2 storyline.
    • Phoenix Spear
      • Available from the Facade Blacksmith for 32,400 Gold starting in part 2.
    • Labyrinth’s Shout
      • Reward at the end of “The Damaged Map” side quest.
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    Once you get all the weapons listed above, you should be able to see Ending C. Though to get 100% weapon completion, you still need to get three more weapons which are rewarded by completing the “15 Nightmares” extra dungeons.

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    The three weapons are:

    • Fool’s Embrace
      • Reward after finishing the First Door.
    • Fool’s Lament
      • Reward after finishing the Second Door.
    • Fool’s Accord
      • Reward after finishing the Third and Final Door.

    And there you have it! With that, you should have 100% weapon completion in Nier Replicant.

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    Found our Nier Replicant weapons guide useful? We also have other guides for the game, including how to get ten Pink Moonflower seeds which is required for a certain side quest.

    Source: Nier Wiki

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.

    1 COMMENT

    1. Do you know if there’s any way to get Earth Wyrm’s Claw in part 2? I missed it on my first playthrough and would hate to have to start over to get all the endings 🙁

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