How to become Guiltless in Salt and Sacrifice

Do you feel guilty?

Salt and Sacrifice places you in the role of a Mage Hunter, and you must track down and kill these evil magic users. At the start of the game, things go wrong immediately, and when you come to, you will notice your character's eyes have a shadowy effect. This is because you are not Guiltless and need to become Guiltless. To become Guiltless in Salt and Sacrifice, you must find Guiltless Shards.

Where to find Guiltless Shards in Salt and Sacrifice

You can find Guiltless Shards randomly as drops from enemies or in chests, bags, and other containers. As it is mostly random, and they are few and far between, we recommend holding on to them when you really need them.

Related: How to beat Uryks Necklace-of-Ears in Salt and Sacrifice

What is Guiltless in Salt and Sacrifice?

Guiltless is a state your character will be in after consuming a Guiltless Shard. This does two things—remove the shadowy effect on your character's eyes, and remove the blue handicap on your health bar. This will let you restore your character to full health.

As they are hard to find, you should try and save Guiltless Shards for tough bosses. Having the extra bit of health will go a long way against bosses you struggle against. You can make it through most levels without having a full bar of health.

For more information on Salt and Sacrifice, check out How to play co-op in Salt and Sacrifice and Will Salt and Sacrifice come to Steam? on Pro Game Guides.

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