Lost in Random

Should you give the Bloobs to Jared or Jored in Lost in Random

There are many side quests in Lost in Random but you won’t come across them until you arrive in Two-Town, the second world after the Valley of Dice. Here you will come across many NPCs and some will request your help. One such NPC is the potion maker who is located in Two-Town’s Square. Once you enter the square, simply…

How to get the Bombastic Achievement in Lost in Random

There are many achievements in Lost in Random. Some are easier to get than others while some can be a bit tedious. One of these achievements is the Bombastic achievement which can potentially be time consuming. You can get this achievement early on. All you need is the Bomb! card and three willing test subjects. The willing part isn’t necessary…

How to get the Resourceful Achievement in Lost in Random

There are more ways to defeat your enemies than with weapons. To get the Resourceful achievement you will have to do just that. This achievement will require some tedious strategy. The Resourceful achievement requires you to complete a battle without using any weapon cards. Weapon cards are the most reliable way to deal damage to enemies but not the only…

How to get the En Garde! Achievement in Lost in Random

There are many achievements in Lost in Random. One that looks simple on the surface but is perhaps a bit tedious to unlock is the En Garde! achievement. This achievement can be obtained at any point in the game. To get the En Garde! achievement, all you have to do is go unscathed in a battle for five minutes. This…

How to get the Menace Achievement in Lost in Random

Sometimes to get achievements you have to channel your inner demon. To get the Menace achievement in Lost in Random you will have to do just that. As the name suggests, you won’t feel like a good person completing it. To get the Menace achievement you will need to roleplay as Link from the Legend of Zelda and destroy 50…

Can you return to areas in Lost in Random

Lost in Random features six worlds, one for each side of the dice. These are Onecroft, Two-Town, Threedom, Fourburg, Fivetropolis, and Sixtopia. There are also some areas in between these worlds that you can explore such as the Valley of Dice. Once you have traveled from one world to the next, you will be unable to return to these previous…