Dye in Dragon's Dogma 2

Dragon’s Dogma 2: How to Get & Use Dye

Players can completely change the color of their skin, teeth, hair, and more by using a dye in Dragon’s Dogma 2. Here’s how you get some.

Dragon’s Dogma 2’s character customizer is incredibly in-depth, allowing you to tweak and alter practically every facet of your character. However, one part that is fairly limited is the color of your skin. While you can pick realistic colors, if you want to make your Arisen look like an Orc or a Dark Elf, you’re out of luck. Fortunately, this is where dyes come in, as they give you even more color options, not just for your skin but multiple parts of your body.

How to Get and Use Dye in Dragon’s Dogma 2

You can purchase dye in Dragon’s Dogma 2 for 500 RC each from the Pawn Guild in Bakbattahl, the capital of Battahl. You will find the Pawn Guild northwest of the city, next to Jarle’s Home. There are 5 different dyes you can purchase: red, green, blue, yellow, and purple. Each dye can be applied to your skin, eyes, hair, makeup, tattoos, and even teeth. This means you can completely change your skin color to green and essentially make yourself an Orc.

Once you’ve purchased the dye, you’ll need to head to Mettefere’s Cosmetics in Bakbattahl. This is a Barberie, and is located in the middle of town, east of Bodas’s Armory. Speak to the NPC inside and choose whether to customize your hair, change your makeup, or add new tattoos and scars. Alternatively, if you have the Art of Metamorphosis book, which can be bought from the Vernworth Pawn Guild, you can modify your entire appearance. The only way you can change the color of your skin is by selecting the modify appearance option.

The character customization menu in Dragon's Dogma 2
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It will cost you 10,000 gold and one dye to change the color of any part of your body. So, you’ll need to keep buying more dye if you change your mind. Additionally, you cannot dye the color of your armor. Unfortunately, dyes only apply to both your and your Pawn’s physical self and not your clothing. That’s everything you need to know about dyes in Dragon’s Dogma 2. For more guides just like this one, be sure to check out our Guide Hub.

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