Cuphead – Secret Achievements Guide (The Delicious Last Course DLC)

In this guide I’m gonna show you how to get both DLC secret achievements in Cuphead.

How to Obtain DLC Secret Achievements

Note: Credit goes to Juan421P

A Horrible Night To Have a Curse

First, go to the climbers right next to “Gnome Way Out” and talk to them, each one will say a direction (sometimes two).

I talked to the winner and he said the following:


Now talk to the climber that ended up in second place.


Now go and talk with the last climber.


Note that it won’t always be the same dialogue, you need to talk to the climbers to get the answers.

With this information in mind, go to the gravestones near Doggone Dogfight, equip the Broken Relic, and click the corresponding gravestones (in my case, “Down”, “Up”, and then “Left”).

Now go to the gravestone in the middle and click on it, you will be asked if you want to “Take a little nap”, choose “Yes”, and you will enter a battle.

Beat the secret boss and you will get both the “A Horrible Night To Have a Curse” achievement and the Cursed Relic.


This one is a bit harder, and takes longer than the previous.

For this achievement you need to defeat 8 bosses in Regular difficulty while using the Cursed Relic.

I highly recommend defeating the following bosses, as it is way easier than with any other:

  • Botanic Panic! (The Root Pack)
  • Ruse Of An Ooze (Goopy Le Grande)
  • Threatenin’ Zeppelin (Hilda Berg)
  • Floral Fury (Cagney Carnation)
  • Clip Joint Calamity (Ribby and Croaks)
  • Sugarland Shimmy (Baroness Von Bon Bon)
  • Carnival Kerfuffle (Beppi The Clown)
  • Pyramid Peril (Djimmi The Great)

As soon as you defeat the 8th boss with the Cursed Relic, you will get both the “Paladin” achievement and the Divine Relic, which is a pretty damn good item.

Jan Bonkoski
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A lifelong gamer Jan Bakowski, also known as Lazy Dice, was always interested in gaming and writing. He lives in Poland (Wrocław). His passion for games began with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time on the Nintendo 64 back in 1998. Proud owner of Steam Deck, which has become his primary gaming platform. He’s been making guides since 2012. Sharing his gaming experience with other players has become not only his hobby but also his job.

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