Risen 2: Dark Waters achievements

Risen 2: Dark Waters

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There are a maximum of 56 Risen 2: Dark Waters achievements (50 without DLC) worth 2,446 (1,100)

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The Right Hand in Risen 2: Dark Waters

The Right Hand39 (20)

'Chaka Datu's Legacy' completed

  • Unlocked by 2,091 tracked gamers (27% - TA Ratio = 1.94) 7,876  

Achievement Guide for The Right Hand

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Achievement won on 06 Nov 12
TA Score for this game: 2,446
Posted on 07 November 12 at 12:39, Edited on 07 November 12 at 14:46
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This is a missable side-quest, but I would advise you complete it as you are rewarded with a Legendary Item!

I sided with the Inquisition at the start of the game, so this guide is tailored toward that faction - however, if you sided with the Natives the quest will pretty much be the same, you'll just side with a different NPC and obtain a different reward.

When you reach Maracai Bay, you will talk to Corrientes in the village. Look around for an elder Chieftan called Daku, and the quest should begin. There are two tribesman vying to become the new Chieftan, Hakeke (Inquisition) and Zaalu (Natives).

You are tasked with completing the following 3 simple tasks;

A - Killing a Panther and removing it's Paw
B - Track a hunter called Kenan in the forest
C - Defeat the other guys 'right hand man' in a duel

All very simple, the NPC will guide you to the cave for the Panther, and the start of the search, and the duel takes place in the village.

This quest will take no more than 10mins, you receive 200 Glory for completing it (as well as the 20G), you also receive Corrientes Thunderstick or Tek Shaballa (faction dependant), and the Legendary Item 'Skull of Death'.
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