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Weird West Nimp Relic guide and locations

Here is a guide on Weird West Nimp Relics and how to find them.

Updated: Apr 11, 2022 11:36 am
Weird West Nimp Relic Guide

Weird West has plenty of collectables that will give you a variety of power gains as you play through the game. One of those is Weird West’s Nimp Relics. These items are the purple glowing pagan looking items that offer players points they can use to spend on buying new skills for their character and weapons. Here is everything you need to know about the Weird West Nimp Relic feature.

Weird West Nimp Relics Guide

The Nimp Relics is the item you’re going to want to collect if you plan on getting yourself decent upgrades. The skills you can buy range from needing a single relic, or two relics in some cases.

As you play through the game, you’ll naturally stumble upon most Nimp Relics, especially for those solely focused on the main story. However, throughout the world, you’ll find plenty of additional Nimp Relics if you look hard enough.

It is also worth mentioning that you have five different characters to play, so, you will end up needing to rebuy weapon skills you have already purchased. However, each character you play have different character skills, so it gives you something new to buy at the same time. If you find you had plenty of unspent skill points while playing a character, you can then recruit them to your party and get their unspent relics for the character you are currently playing.

All in all, don’t worry about skipping out on Nimp Relics, as the game has plenty to acquire them and there is an abundance of them for all the characters you need to progress.

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Weird West Nimp Relic locations

Wierd West Nimp Relic Locations
This Nimp Relic is really off the beaten path on the Canyon mission.

If you’re wondering where the Werd West Nimp Relic locations are, then you’ll be glad to know you can get at least one every level. Most levels have one, but some maps can contain several different  For example, you can find two relics in Glurch, one on the saloon roof with another located in the church basement inside a chest. It tends to be the case for main story missions as they offer the most natural character progression, making it so you have enough skills you need to complete the story arc for that character you are currently playing.

Meanwhile, there are quite a few Nimp relics that you can find hidden throughout side mission locations and more. For example, taking on a bandit mission in a hostile territory means you can find them on shelves, boxes, crates, trees, walls, graves and more. So, if you’re going somewhere, make sure to explore as you go to maximise your chances of getting a smoother power curve. It’s worth mentioning that some of the relics are stored in puzzles. Some may involve climbing puzzles, such as one in the Copper Mountain Quarry, while the Stillwater Camp mission requires you to burn a wagon before you can get it. So, keep your eyes peeled for a purple glow just in case.

As you explore the world map, you can encounter random events. Some of these random events offer the player the chance to acquire more relics. The Wanderers are the mystical traders within the game, and they are the ones who are more than likely going to sell you Nimp Relics. These items can cost $180, depending on your reputation and therefore discount. The Heathen Witch can also give the player ones for free. Then, you may find one randomly during fighting encounters with bandits.

It’s also worth mentioning main story missions, side missions and random events also have a chance to grant you other collectables, such as Golden Ace of Spades and nuggets.

This concludes our Weird West Nimp Relic guide. Hopefully, you now have an idea of how to find the Nimp Relic locations in Weird West and how to use them properly. For more guides, why not check out our Weird West hub for more content.

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