You will want to know how to respect in Warhammer 40K: Chaos Gate Demon Hunters sooner or later you figure out exactly how you want your squad to play. In this guide, we’ll go through how to respect your squad members, but you might have to wait a bit.
How to respect knights in Warhammer 40K Chaos Gate
Respecting works a bit differently on Chaos Gate, and you won’t even get a chance until you’re pretty into the game. Essentially, you’ll need the proper facilities aboard your ship and one resource in particular, a dead Gray Knight. First we will review the facilities.
The setup you need is state chamber, found under the Apothecarion section of the Mechanicum. H
To unlock the Stasis Chamber, you will first need to upgrade the Plasma Reactor to Enhanced Reactor Outlet 1, which requires 6 servers. Servitors are most easily obtained by completing quests, and even for the most basic quests you will usually receive around 20 servitors.
Once you’ve upgraded your Plasma Reactor, you can start building the Stasis Chamber, which costs another 6 servers and takes 12 days.
Respecting a gentleman requires the use of a dead gray knight What do you have in storage? Unfortunately, the only way to store a dead Gray Knight is to lose one of your party members during a mission. That’s right, you can’t respect one knight without another dying.
Due to the nature of Chaos Gate You probably won’t willingly sacrifice one of your own characters, but if you lose someone, you can at least use them once you have Stasis Chamber.
To really pass with a respect, you’ll head to the Barracks and select the knight you want and open his skill screen. At the bottom you will see the “Commune” option, so click on it. A new screen will appear allowing you to choose to gain new skill points or reallocate all existing ones.
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