With the arrival of yet another game with many RPG elements, it’s only natural that players will not find their favorite build on their first try. Especially when it comes to a game heavily inspired by tabletop RPG games which even has you distributing attribute points when you start.
That being said, most games nowadays allow players to redistribute their character points so they can enjoy the game as they want. That’s usually a good choice made by developers since many players might get bored of a build or dislike their first choices.
However, you can’t just do it all the time. It would defeat the purpose of distributing points and coming up with a build, elements that are present in both Borderlands games and tabletop RPGs.
Therefore, you don’t get to respec all the time by just doing when you want, but it doesn’t mean you can’t do it.
If you follow our instructions, you will be able to change your character’s build and change it to whatever you want to play as.
So, if you are looking for how to respec in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland, stick around. We’re are going to give you all the information you need on how to do that.
How to Respec Skills and Hero Points
First, you need to play through the campaign for a while until you reach the Queen’s Gate. From there, you will be able to get into a building named Brighthoof.
It doesn’t take much to respect your character after that. Just look around for a wood box with a high-tech screen. It is easy to spot since it’s also the one thing that seems to stand out in this corner of Tiny Tina’s fantasy setting.
However, note that you won’t be able to do that the first time you get to Brighthoof. At first, the area will be taken by the undead.
There is a lot of fighting to be done before you first see this place restored to its former glory. You will be fighting skellymen, skellywomen, and some troll-like beings who are usually protecting catapults.
Just know that if you ever meet a weird Paladin who talks funny and has a horn on his helmet, you’re on the right path.
Once you receive the C4 from the Paladin — or the Fantasy-4, cause it’s a fantasy game — know that you will have to take down the trolls so you can plant the explosive on the catapults.
If you don’t know how to make the catapults explode, don’t worry. It’s pretty simple. Just shoot the explosive once you have planted it, and it will “go boom,” as Tina would say — probably.
Don’t get frustrated if you leave Brighthoof before being able to respec. A quest must be completed out of the area before you can reset your point distribution.
The queen herself will take you to a cemetery where plot holes in Tina’s story are revealed, making this game even more entertaining somehow.
Don’t worry too much about it, and tag along for the ride. Just keep shooting down the dead and following the main story.
Honestly speaking, you will be naturally brought to this place by playing through the campaign anyway. You will return to Brighthoof and have access to the local tavern at some point.
Once you’re inside the tavern, It doesn’t really take a lot of exploration for you to see the device that allows you to respect your character.
Once you find the mentioned device, interact with it to customize your character. Not only can you respec your character’s points here, but you can also change your character’s appearance.
If you press the button to reset skills, you are prompted with three options, you can either respec your Skills, Hero Points, or both.
When creating a character, please keep in mind that, although you can respec your Skill and Hero points, there are two things that you can never change once the character is finished.
You cannot change your character’s class, and you cannot change your character’s background. This is just not possible unless you start over with a new character.
Therefore, it might good for you to check the best background in Tiny Tina’s Wonderland before you make this choice. However, note that the choice will most likely depend on your build choice.
Nowadays, it is weird when games don’t allow you to redistribute your points. Most developers assume that players might make choices they will regret once they learn more about the game.
Thankfully, that’s the case here. Not only did Gearbox add the option to respec your character, but they also show it quite early in the game. On top of that, they even guide players there throughout the campaign.
With that option, players can experiment with different characters, appearances and builds more comfortably without feeling stuck with a single way of playing the game.
That also makes the game so much more enjoyable due to the fact that you get to just change builds if you are getting bored of playing in a certain way.