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Ni no Kuni 2 Money Guide - How to Earn Money Quickly in Ni no Kuni 2, How to Earn Kingsguilders

Here's our complete Ni no Kuni 2 guide walkthrough, including how to forge weapons and armor, complete controls and combat guide, as well as how to earn XP and level up quickly. We'll also be going over every Higgledy Stone location in Ni no Kuni 2.

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Money makes the world go round in Ni no Kuni 2, and you’re going to need a fairly generous stockpile of emergency cash if you want to acquire better weapons, armor, and healing items for all your characters. In this Ni no Kuni 2 money guide, we’ll be walking you through how to earn Gilders quickly in the game, as well as how to earn Kingsguilders with minimal effort.

But if you needed anything else on Ni no Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom, including a complete story primer for the game, as well as a beginner’s guide to the combat system, make sure to head over to our Ni no Kuni 2 guides walkthrough hub.

How to Earn Money Quickly in Ni no Kuni 2

The main currency of Ni no Kuni 2 comes in the form of Gilders, and you’re going to want to hoard a lot of these in the opening hours of the JRPG. Your main source of earning Gilders is simple: head into battle against everything you can find on the world map of Ni no Kuni 2, and remember to always collect all the small brown bags that drop from enemies after they’re killed, as this denotes Gilders that’re yours for the taking.

This is going to be your only method of obtaining Gilders at a steady pace through the opening hours of Ni no Kuni 2, although once you’ve ventured out to the town of Golden Paw in the south, you gain access to new ways to make some quick money. There are tons of vendors located all throughout Golden Paw, who will buy basically anything you have in your inventory that isn’t equipped to a character. This means you can sell all the useless melee and ranged weapons you’ve accumulated on your journey so far, as well some crafting items if you’re willing to risk going without them.

How to Earn Kingsguilders in Ni no Kuni 2

Kingsguilders, on the other hand, is an entirely different currency to the standard Guilders, and it’s this second currency that Evan can use to upgrade his Evermore kingdom when it’s founded in chapter 3. Whereas you can earn Guilders through fighting enemies and selling the spoils you gain from battle, the only way you have of obtaining Kingsguilders is through the hard work of your Evermore population.

As Roland explains when you first establish Evermore, you can collect the earnings of your population by selecting the collection option from the Evermore menu, which will give you a certain amount of Kingsguilders based on the time that’s passed since you last emptied the bank of your kingdom.

However, there’s one neat trick to boosting the amount of Kingsguilders your population generate over time. If you spend the initial amount of Kingsguilders given to you on establishing the maximum amount of buildings in Evermore possible, then the amount of Kingsguilders generated will immediately increase. The amount of the currency that’s generated appears to be tied to the amount of citizens and buildings you have, so even if your buildings aren’t actually populated and run by any workers, they’ll still generate a tidy amount of Kingsguilders for you to collect on a fairly regular basis.

We might be all done with our Ni no Kuni 2 money guide, but why not continue ahead to our additional guides on the new JRPG, including our Ni no Kuni 2 combat guide, as well as our Ni no Kuni 2 crafting guide, so you know how to upgrade your weapons and armor items.

If you want to see what we made of the massive JRPG from Level 5, head on over to our in depth Ni no Kuni 2 review, where we break down where the game excels, and where it falters.

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  • Avatar for LynnSATX #1 LynnSATX 6 months ago
    For those wanting to earn the "No Stone Unturned" trophy, you will need to satisfy 30 higgledies, which include the ones listed above as well as the following:
    1) Gabardine the Gawker, which is located in Death's Door Cave, south of Goldpaw and down the path from Shabby Shrine - offer it a Knight's Brocade; and
    (2) Mimber the Meanderer, which is located in Hidey Hole, northwest of Capstan-upon-Hull in the vicinity of the shoreline - offer it some sackcloth accordingly.
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