Resolve in Rogue Legacy 2, explained

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Resolve is a confusing but necessary stat in Rogue Legacy 2, as it essentially limits the number of relics you can carry. Our Rogue Legacy 2 The Resolve guide explains how Resolve works and what you can do to increase it.


What is resolution?

Resolve is the little stat next to the white glowing flame in the upper left corner of your screen and it represents your heir’s confidence in their own abilities. The higher the stat, the more confident they are.

The non-lore meaning is that your heir’s resolve decreases the more you have equipped between armor and relics.

If your resolve is less than 100%, your heir loses Max HP by an equal percentage. You start the game with 225% resolution by default.


What affects the resolution?

You can increase your starting Resolve with the Psychiatrist upgrade in the skill tree, and several other upgrades buff things that passively affect Resolve, like armor weight and Relic Resolve cost .

Wearing too much armor will directly lower your resolve, as well as relic recovery, which usually have a resolve cost. The closer your character gets to its maximum armor weight, the less resolve it will have.

That being said, you’ll need to figure out how to adapt your playstyle accordingly without compromising resolution too much.

A blacksmith screen showing decreased resolve with armor

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If you rarely get hit by enemies, lowering your Resolve below 100% might be worth getting some extra abilities to help clear rooms and challenges. However, if you are damage prone, you might want to focus on armor to help reduce your HP loss.


More information about Resolve in Rogue Legacy 2, explained

Image: Cellar Door Games
Resolve is a confusing but necessary stat in Rogue Legacy 2, as it essentially caps how many Relics you can carry. Our Rogue Legacy 2 Resolve guide explains how Resolve works and what you can do to increase it.
What is Resolve?
Resolve is the little stat next to the white glowing flame in the top left corner of your screen and it represents your Heir’s confidence in their own abilities. The higher the stat, the more confident they are.
The non-lore meaning is that your Heir’s Resolve goes down the more you have equipped between armor and Relics.
If your Resolve is below 100%, your Heir loses Max HP by an equal percentage. You start the game with 225% Resolve at default.
What affects Resolve?
You can increase your starting Resolve through the Psychiatrist upgrade in the skill tree, and several other upgrades improve things that passively affect Resolve, like armor weight and Relic Resolve cost.
Wearing too much armor will directly decrease your Resolve, as well as picking up Relics, which typically have a Resolve cost. The closer your character is to holding their max weight in armor, the less Resolve they’ll have.
That being said, you’ll need to figure out how to accommodate your playstyle accordingly without compromising too much Resolve.

Image: Cellar Door Games via Polygon
If you rarely get hit by enemies, cutting down on your Resolve below 100% may be worth it to pick up extra abilities to help you clear out rooms and challenges. However, if you’re damage-prone, you might want to focus on armor to help reduce your HP loss.

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