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Dragon Quest Builders 2 Rooms | Best rooms to build

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Rooms

There’s a great deal to do in Dragon Quest Builders 2. From questing to cooking and crafting, players have tons of exciting objectives to accomplish. Among all of these tasks, there is also much building to be done. Where should one start though? Afterall, there are tons of different kinds of rooms players can build. For that reason, we have put together a list of the best Dragon Quest Builders 2 rooms to build. 

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Dragon Quest Builders 2 Rooms

First things first, the in-game characters need a space to catch up on some rest and relaxation. No, not a bedroom, they need a fully stocked bar. It’s a hard life questing all day, after all. 

A Well-Stocked Bar is a perfect room for just that. Players will need a cocktail counter, which is made by placing four chairs near a regular bar counter, and a cocktail shaker. There also has to be a social sippers’ set. It’s made by arranging four chairs around a large table, and placing four decorative food items on the table. Lastly, there needs to be two beer casks and a pub sign. 

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If there’s a village full of teetotalers, a Chapel might be a better fit. There are only a few requirements to construct a Chapel. First off, four chairs need to be placed in a room. An altar has to be placed anywhere in the room, preferably the front. Lastly, there needs to be a goddess statue and two candles. 

Maybe church isn’t quite the town’s thing either. A Fortune Teller Room can be constructed for those non-conventional folk. For the teller, there has to be a comfy cushion and a crystal ball. To provide some atmosphere, there needs to be at least two curtains, a pile of books somewhere, and a single book sat somewhere else. 

These are just a few of the many different rooms players can build in the game. For some other Dragon Quest Builders 2 room ideas, check out our guides on restaurants and bathrooms

Written by Andrew Smith