How to heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2

Dusting up Agents is hard work, so learn how to heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2 so you can keep them ready for action.

After a hard day’s work killing and distracting the world’s superspies, your Henchmen deserve a rest. However, you can’t heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2 in the same way as any other minions. In fact, your medical facilities won’t do it for them at all. Fortunately, we can teach you how to heal  Henchmen in Evil Genius 2 by following the steps below.

How to heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2

How to heal henchmen Evil Genius 2
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To heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2, you’re going to need an Inner Sanctum with a Conference Table. While this space is typically reserved for the big boss themself, it’s also where your lead Henchmen will go to recuperate. As soon as you’re capable of recruiting Henchmen, we recommend you construct an Inner Lair and place a Conference Table within. The main chair is only usable by your Genius, but the Conference Table can be used by any Henchmen you recruit.

If any stats of your henchmen fall too low, they’ll automatically return to your Inner Sanctum to rest until they’re fully recovered. However, you can also manually heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2 by selecting them and right clicking on the Conference Table. You should see their status change to “Recovering Stats.” We’re not entirely sure how sitting at a table heals bullet wounds, but given your henchmen in Evil Genius 2 can be robots, it’s best not to pry too much. 

The Conference Table works very quickly, so it shouldn’t be long before your Henchman is healed and ready to get back to work, whether that’s killing spies or inspiring the minions around them.

That’s all we can teach you about how to heal Henchmen in Evil Genius 2, but you can find plenty of other tips and tricks by sauntering your Genius over to our hub page for the game. We'll help you sort your base out as efficiently and evily as possible.

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