How many times can you complete the Ancient Powers side quest in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands?

They say that practice makes perfect. Well, if you keep helping Dryxxl with his summoning ritual, he’ll be perfecting it in no time. You also get a lot of rewards, but isn’t it more important to help a friend? Let’s see how many times we can complete the Ancient Powers side quest in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands.

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You will first encounter the Ancient Powers side quest after completing Dryxxl’s first quest, Spell to Pay. Once this quest is completed, you can help Dryxxl explore some ancient ruins near the Ribs area of ​​Korvok’s Wall. At the end of the Ancient Powers quest, you’ll take part in a summoning ritual where you’ll fight a bunch of undead enemies to acquire a powerful spell.

After completing the Ancient Powers quest once, you will have the opportunity to perform the summoning ritual again in Ancient Powers (Part 2). When you complete part two, you will have the option to complete parts three, four, and five. Although it may sound like everything is the same, each part is slightly different until you reach the fourth part. In the fourth part you will face the Dreadlord’s mini-boss. This mini-boss has a higher chance of dropping legendary gear. In the fifth part you will summon the dreadlord again and fight him again. After completing part five for the first time, you have the option to return to Dryxxl and complete part five as many times as you like. Every time you do this you’ll have the Dreadlord and you’ll win a large amount of gold along with some good loot. Complete this quest as many times as you want. How many times can you complete the Ancient Powers side quest in Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands?

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