No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament – Which Projects to Prioritize

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No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament – Which Projects to Prioritize

Rebuilding Sacrament is a huge part of No Rest for the Wicked. Here are the projects to prioritize first.


Sacrament is your main hub in No Rest for the Wicked. BUt it’s not just any chamber with a bunch of NPCs thrown together like other ARPG games of its kind. It’s a sprawling multi-layered city with a beautiful design and secrets hidden behind every corner.

Of course, like other games of this genre, all the merchants and vendors that you need are also going to wind up in this city. Some you get as soon as you get to the city; some need you to complete a side quest.

Now, there’s a base-building side to No Rest for the Wicked that lets you upgrade the buildings in Sacrament. It’s not just a cosmetic upgrade either, with some unlocking new crafting materials and items from the vendors. 

In this guide, we’ll talk about Rebuilding Sacrament and drop a few tips on which building projects you want to prioritize. Let’s hop in.

How to Upgrade Sacrament Buildings 

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

When you complete the Prologue section in No Rest for the Wicked, you’ll wash up on The Shallows region. From here, you need to go through the first two regions, The Shallows and Mariner’s Keep. But once you get through the region and take down the first boss, Warrick the Torn, you’ll finally reach Sacrament.

Now, once you finish the first main quest, go to the Rookery and rest, you can get started with the settlement Building Projects. Go to the Courtyard outside the War Room and talk to Danos. 

You’ll see several projects that you can build, but each will require a certain amount of resources. The resource requirements range from wood that you can get by cutting trees, ores that you can mine from copper or iron deposits, and clay that you can dig up using a shovel.

Since the resource requirement is pretty steep, you need to spend quite a while collecting them. Furthermore, you want to prioritize certain projects over others as they will offer more benefits early on.

All Building Projects Available in Sacrament

Here’s a list of all the Building Projects that you can get from Danos in No Rest for the Wicked:

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1. Lodging Staircase

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

The Lodging Staircase project will repair the broken stair where you first find Danos. We recommend upgrading it first, as it will let you quickly connect to Sacrament’s Marketplace instead of having to run all the way through the town

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5x Copper Ore
  • Time to Complete: 15 Minutes

2. Whittacker’s Crafting Shack

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

This project will upgrade Whittacker’s Crafting Shack and unlock the Workbench. You can use it to craft furniture and utensils to use in your Home area. You can also refine woods into planks for weapon and armor upgrades.

  • Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

3. Fillmore’s Smithy

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

This upgrade will let you access better wares from Fillmore, the Blacksmith. In addition, the first-level upgrade will unlock the Furnace to turn your Ores into Ingots, and the second-level upgrade will unlock the Anvil, allowing you to craft better weapons.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

4. Rookery Elevator

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

Getting the Rookery Elevator Building Project finished will repair the broken elevator outside the Rookery. It’s a resource-heavy project, so we recommend leaving it for later. The other upgrades offer better value at the moment. 

  • Resource Requirements: 10x Spruce Wood, 5x Iron Ore, 3x Clay
  • Time to Complete: 4 Hours

5. Mira and Meri’s Tailor Shop

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

This Building Project upgrades the Tailor Shop, unlocking the Sewing Table and Spinning Wheel. You can use it to craft armor, and as you put more upgrades into this project, you’ll be able to build higher tiers of armor. Spinning Wheel lets you turn threads into garments.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

6. Gallow’s Scaffolding 

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

If you’ve explored Sacrament, you might have already seen a half-build scaffolding on the Northern part of the city. This Building Project upgrade will finish the scaffolding, unlocking a new region in the game. This is a project we recommend doing only when you’re ready to move on to the new location.

  • Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

7. Grinnich’s Market Stand

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

Grinnich is the peddler of general goods in No Rest for the Wicked, and this Building Project upgrades his store. He will have a higher number of items in his stock. The quality of the items will also be better.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour
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8. Eleanor’s Enchantment Shop

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

Eleanor is the Merchant NPC in Sacrament who lets you infuse or enchant your weapon. Upgrading her shop gives you access to a wider variety of gems and enchantments.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

9. Gordon’s Pantry 

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

If you’ve finished The Innkeeper’s Husband quest in No Rest for the Wicked, you’ll get access to Gordon, an NPC Merchant who peddles food and cooking ingredients. You can upgrade his Restaurant and unlock the Stove, which lets you cook more advanced meals. In addition, Gordon will also have better items in his stock.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

10. Caroline’s Inn

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament - Which Projects to Prioritize

Caroline’s Inn becomes available as a Building Project after you talk to Caroline, the Innkeeper. Once you complete the project, you get access to different beds that restore the player’s health.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

11. Markos’s Alchemy Stand

You can access this Building Project once you rescue Markos by completing The Potion Seller quest. Once it becomes available, you’ll get a better stock of items to purchase from Markos. You’ll also get the Alchemy Table to craft potions and bombs in the game.

  • First Level Resource Requirements: 10X Pine, 5X Copper Ore 
  • Time to Complete: 1 Hour

Which Building Project to Prioritize in No Rest for the Wicked

As you can see, there are plenty of Building Projects in the game to keep you busy running around and collecting resources. And while all of them are important, we recommend going with the Lodging Staircase upgrade first. After that, it’s a good idea to go for Caroline’s Inn as it gives you a place to restore your health when you’re in the town.

For the next upgrades, going with each of the vendors is a good idea. This will give you the option to upgrade your gear. You’ll also get access to higher tiers of items to make you stronger. The Gallow’s Scaffolding upgrade is necessary when you go far enough into the game, but early on, you want to focus on the other upgrades first.

There you have it! Hopefully, our complete guide on all the Building Projects can help you set up a roadmap for yourself as you progress through the stunningly beautiful world of No Rest for the Wicked.

For more tips and tricks for the game, make sure you check out ESTNN! Good luck!

No Rest for the Wicked Rebuilding Sacrament – Which Projects to Prioritize
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