How to Unlock Antiquarian Card in Nightingale

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How to Unlock Antiquarian Card in Nightingale

Nightingale has a very interesting game mechanic based on Realm cards, which allow you to create ever-changing Realms. If you have reached the mission linked to the Antiquarian one, you might want to know how to unlock Antiquarian card in Nightingale, since there are some steps you have to follow and you might have some difficulty, especially if you are not used to playing this type of game. In this article, therefore, we will explain everything you need to know about it.

Unlocking the Nightingale Antiquarian Card

The first thing you need to know in order to be able to unlock the Nightingale Antiquarian card is that you will have to make sure your gear is level 20. Since, when the game asks you to complete this mission, you will almost certainly not have reached this level, the first step to take is to reach level 20. But how do you do it? In this article, we explained in detail how to do it, but we repeat it here too for completeness.

Increase Your Gear Score

What you need to do is find pieces of equipment that have a higher score, so that you can raise the overall score of your equipment. You can find these pieces around the game world or you can decide to improve them by making use of some resources, one of which is the skin. So, go to the nearest outpost and buy a blueprint of a set that you haven't yet had the opportunity to unlock, and then start looking for the materials needed to upgrade it.

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The advice we give you is to use Essence Dust to buy the pelts you need to increase the level of your gear. By doing so, in fact, you will save a lot of time and you will not have to search for resources around the game world. Furthermore, we also advise you to purchase the blueprint for the Maul, as it is the last piece to ensure that your gear reaches level 20 (and exceeds it). Once this is done, you are ready to continue with the mission and go in search of the Antiquarian card in Nightingale.

Find Echo of Hope

To find the special Echo of Hope for the Antiquarian card, go to the pyramid-shaped building where the trader is. Before you go, finish a nearby side task and get someone to join you. Also, bring healing ointments. Climb up the building and go through the portal that used to be closed. Then, you will have to battle some Bound creatures on each floor. Your friend can help you if you get knocked down.

When you get to the bottom, you will fight a robot knight. It will try to hit you with energy waves, but it takes a moment to recover after each attack. Hit it about eight times with a big hammer and your friend's help, and you will beat it quickly. At this point, you are ready to continue with the quest and unlock the Antiquarian card in Nightingale.

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How to Craft the Antiquarian Card in Nightingale

Once you have been able to unlock the Antiquarian card in Nightingale, you will have the option to craft it. However, as usual, you will need some materials to do this; let's see together what they are. The first thing to do is to purchase some blueprints from the vendor for some machinery that you will need to create some resources: Simple Mortar, Simple Smelter, Simple Saw Table, and Simple Enchanter's Focus.

The whole idea is to make paper and ink. But to make ink, you need glass, so you will need a Smelter. To make glass in the Smelter, you can use any gem. You can usually find quartz near where you get your stone blocks. Then, you can turn Wood Bundles into paper at the sawing table and tin ore into refined pigment at the mortar station. Combine the glass and refined pigment to make ink. After that, take the ink and paper to a table called Enchanter’s Focus to make your cards. Finally, put the cards in the Realm relay, which should be close to the vendor, and you're ready to use them.

How to Unlock Antiquarian Card in Nightingale
Diana D'Estefano
Diana has been a huge fan of video games since she was a child. She started her "career" with Nintendo and then moved on to other platforms as well. Although she is a big fan of horror games, she plays almost all genres fearlessly. She writes news, reviews, guides, and features about both AAA and indie games.