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Elex 2: The Duties of a Trooper – Albs or Clerics Walkthrough

This page of the Elex 2 guide provides a walkthrough for the mission The Duties of a Trooper. In this mission, you will have to choose between the Albs and the Clerics.

The walkthrough contains a step-by-step guide for the second mission of the Albs faction, The Duties of a Trooper. After completing The Duties of a Scout, Azok will give you this mission. During the mission, you have to choose which side to take – the Albs or the Clerics.

  • Meeting the Outlaws
  • Conversation with Hagen and Viola
  • Choice – Albs or Clerics?
  • The way of the Albs
  • The way of the Clerics

Meeting the Outlaws


Your first task is to explore the area marked on the map. You will meet a group of Outlaws there, and Neil will start a conversation with you. The Outlaws possess notes that are necessary to continue the mission, and Neil agrees to sell them. If you have 40 Strength points or more, you can lower the price to 120 Elexit crystals; otherwise, the total price will be 220 crystals.

Conversation with Hagen and Viola


The notes you’ve acquired will lead you to the Castle, where you need to talk to Hagen, the leader of the Clerics faction. He will refer you to Viola, who is also in the Castle.

After talking to Viola, speak to Hagen again. He will ask for your help and encourage you to betray the Albs and join the Clerics. However, your dialogue options do not matter at this point. Regardless of your conversation, you will be directed to the Albs unit, where you will have to make a crucial decision.

Choice – Albs or Clerics?

Shira’s location will be marked on your map. Go there and listen to the conversation between the Albs. After a while, Shira will initiate a dialogue with Jax, and you must choose which side to take – the Albs or the Clerics.

This decision is final and cannot be undone. Your choice will determine which faction you can reach the highest rank in, and it is the only way to join the Clerics faction.

The way of the Albs

If you choose the Albs (by rejecting the Clerics), go back to Azok and inform him about the situation. He will agree to restore Jax to the rank of commander. After reaching at least level 30, you can advance to the highest rank in the Albs faction and complete the quest. You will also gain access to purchase the ultimate Alb armor.

Choosing the Albs is the only way to successfully complete The Duties of a Trooper. Picking the Clerics results in failing the mission.

The Path of the Clerics

If you opt to follow the path of the Clerics (by choosing the dialogue option with the Clerics), you will come face to face with Shira. You can avoid engaging in combat with her if you have a minimum of 60 Intelligence points. If not, you will have to defeat her. She is a formidable opponent, but the other Albs will not intervene in the fight.

Once you have resolved the situation with Shira, return to Hagen at the Castle. When your character reaches level 30 or higher, you will be able to advance to the highest rank within the Clerics faction. This will grant you access to the Clerics’ abilities and the best armor available to them.

Even after joining the Clerics, you can still revisit Azok. However, the mission “Duties of a Trooper” will fail, but you will not be attacked by the Albs.

FAQ

1. What are the main differences between playing as an Alb or a Cleric in Elex 2?

Playing as an Alb in Elex 2 means that you will follow a strict regime of duty and loyalty to the faction. You will have access to advanced technology and weapons, and you will be able to use Elex to enhance your abilities. However, you will have little room for personal freedom and will have to follow orders from your superiors.

Playing as a Cleric, on the other hand, means that you will be part of a religious order that values knowledge and enlightenment above all else. You will have access to powerful psionic abilities and will be able to explore ancient ruins and artifacts. However, you will have to follow strict religious rules and may face persecution from other factions.

2. Which faction is better suited for players who prefer combat and action?

If you prefer combat and action, playing as an Alb may be a better choice for you. The Albs are known for their advanced weaponry and technology, and their soldiers are highly trained and disciplined. You will have access to powerful weapons and armor, and will be able to use Elex to enhance your combat abilities.

That being said, playing as a Cleric does not mean you will be completely defenseless. The Clerics have access to powerful psionic abilities that can turn the tide of battle, and their technology is also highly advanced. However, their focus is more on exploration and knowledge-seeking than on combat, so you may need to be more strategic in your approach to fights.

3. Which faction offers more opportunities for role-playing and character development?

If you are looking for opportunities for role-playing and character development, playing as a Cleric may be a better choice for you. The Clerics are a religious order with a strong focus on philosophy and enlightenment, so you will have plenty of opportunities to explore your character’s beliefs and motivations.

Playing as an Alb, on the other hand, will require you to follow a strict regime of duty and loyalty to the faction. While this can be an interesting challenge for role-playing, it may not offer as much room for personal growth and exploration.

4. Can you switch factions in Elex 2?

Yes, it is possible to switch factions in Elex 2. However, it is not a decision to be taken lightly, as it will have major consequences for your character’s story and relationships. To switch factions, you will need to complete a series of quests and make certain choices that align with the other faction’s beliefs and values.

It is worth noting that switching factions can also affect your access to certain areas and quests, as well as your standing with other factions. So, while it is possible to switch, it is important to consider the implications carefully before doing so.

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