How To Respec In Tiny Tina's Wonderlands

Sometimes you just need a fresh start.

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Tiny Tina's Wonderlands features plenty of freedom in how you build your character. You can go all-in on one skill tree, or you can even split some points with a secondary class for a very specific build once you unlock multiclassing. But what happens if you misplace a point or get tired of your current setup? Well, although you can't change your character's main class, you can absolutely respec your skill points and choose a different secondary class--but it won't be available right away. Let's walk you through when and how to make it happen.

How to respec

You may be hoping that you can redistribute your points right away, but that won't be possible. Instead, you'll need to clear an area called Shatterbarrow, which should be available to you within a few hours of play. Once you've defeated a zombie boss aptly named Zomboss, you'll be making your way to the main hub of Brighthoof.

The main quest will take you on a tour of Brighthoof, eventually having you make your way to the tavern where you'll discover the Quick-Change Station, where you'll be able to alter your appearance and armor colors. Luckily, it's also where you can redistribute your skill and hero points and alter your secondary class (once unlocked).

Quick-Change Station
Quick-Change Station

There are Quick-Change Stations in the Brighthoof Tavern and the endgame area known as the Chaos Chamber. Simply access the station and then select "Reset Skills." By doing so, you'll be able to redistribute points as you wish. Choosing to respec in Tiny Tina's Wonderlands will require you to spend 10% of your total money, so just remember that you'll be taking a noticeable hit to your overall finances if you happen to be carrying around quite a lot of cash.

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