The equipment in Wild Hearts has a unique mechanism that makes it quite interesting for the players. The game introduces the Human path and Kemono Path to the players. They are acquired by wearing special armor pieces. Each of these has its own benefits. Often players get confused about the argument ‘Human Path Vs Kemono Path’ in Wild Hearts.
- Human Path or Kemono Path don’t only have visual differences in Wild Hearts.
- They ultimately determine which armor skills you can unlock in the game.
- The Human-Path will have skills that are focused on defensive warfare or utilize Technology.
- Whereas the Kemono-Path has skills that are more offensive or like Kemonos.
- The Path you choose is determined by the Armor pieces you choose, as each of those has Human or Kemono-Path Alignment.
- You can switch between Human or Kemono-Path as you switch from one armor to another.
Human Path Vs. Kemono Path
Both of these paths are part of the game’s system. They both determine your playstyle or how you should play the game to fully utilize your armor set. There is a debate among players on which one is better than both.
Although there is visual change on what Path armor you choose. The Human Path will have a more humane design, whereas the Kemono Path has a sort of beast-inspired design. But there is more to it than that. So, we will briefly explain what exactly Human Path or Kemono Path is.
Whatever path you choose, it won’t have any direct effect on the Hunter. If you choose the Kemono path, it won’t give you extra brute power, or with the Human path, you won’t have access to better technology. The Paths are sort of passive upgrades for the Hunter. They affect the skills that you get with your Armor piece. To utilize them and help yourself get a better Hunter, you will have to understand how it all works.
Human And Kemono Path
The Human or Kemono armor paths are unlocked in Wild Hearts when you reach the Minato Village. Natsume finally begins upgrading armor and weapons. You can get specific Armor pieces upgraded from her. But, you will note that there are three different Armor tabs. One is ‘Forge’, whereas the others are Human-Path Modification and Kemono-Path Modification.
While you’re interacting with Natsume, you’ll get a tutorial that will give you a brief introduction to how Armor System works. The Path alignment is divided into 5 states. They are:
- Pure Human-Path
- Pure Kemono-Path
Increasing Path Alignment
Each of these armor pieces will have certain Damage stats. Below each of them will be either a Pure Human-Path or Pure Kemono-Path symbol. It shows that by equipping the said Armor piece, your Path Alignment will increase in that direction.One thing to remember is that not all Armor pieces will have these Path Alignment points. However, you can get Alignment points if you choose the basic Armor pieces. But if you want to get higher points, you will have to go to their respective tabs. Either to the Human-Path Modification tab or to the Kemono-Path Modification.
Now you must note one more thing here. If there is a Human-Path skill with your Armor piece, but you are on Pure Human-Path, then the skill will automatically be unlocked. You won’t have to reduce your path to Human-Path to get it. The same goes for the Kemono and Pure Kemono-Path. In addition to that, the base skill of that Armor piece will remain as it is.
How To Utilize Human Or Kemono Path
As you check out different Armor sets, you’ll come across different skills. A few of these skills will be readily available. But there will be some skills that will have either one of the four Path symbols on them. That skill will be greyed out. What it means is that to unlock that specific skill, you will have to get your Armor to that specific Path.
In other words, you will have to wear Path-specific Armor pieces to get that skill. If the skills have the Pure Kemono-Path sign in front of it, you will have to make sure that your armor set gets you to that level. And for the Pure Human-Path, it is the same.
To further explain it, we have the Bandit Uwagi armor piece. It has the typical armor stats. But if you head down to its skills, you will note that it has two different Skills. One is the Freezing Recovery skill, whereas the other is the Resurrection skill. The Freezing Recovery skill is available to take, whereas the Resurrection skills will be greyed out. The symbol next to the skill is that of the Pure Kemono Path.It means that if you want to acquire and utilize the skill, you will have to wear armor pieces that get you to Pure Kemono-Path. Only then will you unlock the Resurrection skill of Bandit Uwagi; we will have to get to the Pure Kemono-Path affinity.
For that, you will have to check out the armor pieces that give Kemono-Path points. For the skill in our example, you will have to go to the Kemono-Path Modification tab. There, take any armor piece that gives out the most Kemono Path points. You will have to keep on wearing Armor pieces until you get to the Pure Kemono-Path symbol on the bottom. That is how the Resurrection skill is unlocked. Similarly, if there is a Human or Pure Human-Path skill, you will have to get your Path affinity to that level.
The Armor Alignment only prepares you for the Final Boss fights. These will be quite tough, so make sure that you fully prepare yourself. You can acquire the Lightstone to upgrade your gear too. Now there are tons of Trophies and Achievements for you to get, so you should get started on that.
Before you go out and buy the game, make sure to check its System Requirements. That will tell you if you can run it on your machine or not. While you’re at it, why don’t you check out our Wild Hearts Review?
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