Nothing too major unlocks at the start of this episode, except for one Quest that when completed will unlock the Celestial Host class.
You can find the free chests at the following locations:
- In between the Skills NPC and Item Shop
- Next to the Quest Shop
- On a table in the big open area by the Chest Shop
Burnt Out Spirit
|Lv. 60 Hydra (x2)||Leafy Fan, Scale Mail, Mascot Costume||Twin Heads|
|Lv. 60 Spandule (x5)||Medal of Misery, Scale Mail||Bullying|
|Lv. 60 Orc Master (x4)||Leafy Fan, Scale Mail||Group Strategy|
|Geo Symbols||Geo Effect|
|Green||Jumping Power +50%|
There are No Entry panels near your base that block you off from going the one direction to just concentrate on the Orcs. This will make you go the only path there is, which will make the Hydras come down and start attacking. These enemies have the Twin Heads Evility, which allows them to attack twice in one turn if they don’t move beforehand. This makes them potentially dangerous and should be your first priority.
The Orcs are nothing special, but the Imps are sitting high above the battlefield and will likely stick up there, pelting you with spells. The little ledge where the Hydras start is 35 height above you and with the Jumping Power +50% panels below it, you’ll need a Jump of around 24 to get up there. Of course, with a Jump of around 33, you can get to the ledge with the Hydras without needing the panels.
|Lv. 62 Hitman||Flame Thrower, Scale Mail||Assist|
|Lv. 61 Zmeu (x3)||Leafy Fan, Scale Mail, Mascot Costume||Twin Heads|
|Lv. 61 Orc Master (x4)||Leafy Fan, Scale Mail||Group Strategy|
|Lv. 61 Spandule (x3)||Medal of Misery, Scale Mail||Bullying|
Normally, you’d have to go through the path and destroy the Lost Army Boxes in order to get to the enemies, but with a Wrestler or Logan, you can start tossing characters over to where the enemies are located to bypass all of that. That same annoying Netherworld Effect is present, so keep an eye on your characters’ health as you fight and if it gets too crazy, summon your own Netherworld to get rid of it. As with the previous battle, the Twin Dragons are worrisome because of their Evility, so when you get to them, try to quickly take them out before they can do any big damage. Taking it slow is probably not a possibility here, as there are a lot of enemies in a confined space, so go all out from the beginning.
Scar of the Warriors
|Lv. 62 Rune Knight (x2)||Stardust Rod, Blutgang, Duralumin Shield, Opera Glasses||Elemental Force, Elemental Rise|
|Lv. 62 Shooter (x2)||Undine Bow, Scale Mail, Opera Glasses||Support Attack, Hit Mastery, Bow Range|
|Lv. 62 Succubus (x2)||Medal of Misery, Scale Mail||Sexy Aura|
|Lv. 62 Cath Palug (x2)||Salamander Breath, Duralumin Shield||Final Blow|
|Lv. 60 Cath Palug (x2)||Leafy Fan, Scale Mail||Final Blow|
|Lv. 60 Tailring (x3)||Leafy Fan, Scale Mail||Final Blow|
|Lv. 58 Emerald Knight (x4)||Overlord's Sword, Duralumin Shield||Hero's Shield|
The Nekomata have an Evility that allows them to attack again if their target’s HP is under 10%, which shouldn’t happen, so you don’t need to worry about that. The Rune Knights will have more power than usual, since they have the Evility that increases their resistances, which in turn increases their spell power. The Archers aren’t too bad, since their extra Evilities only increase their range by one panel, and increase their HIT aptitude by 10%. The one thing you need to keep an eye out for with the Archers are their one unique skill, Strange Shot, which can inflict any of the ailments on you.
As with the previous encounters with any Armor Knights, they will defend and take the hits for the other enemies until you kill them. Note that when this happens, their positions will be switched, with the initial target going to where the Armor Knight was located. You also want to be careful with the Succubi, as they can charm your characters, causing them to attack your own characters. This can be very bad if it’s one of your stronger characters, so it might be a good idea to get the Evility to nulls Charm. The battle will take longer than usual because of the Emerald Knights, so just take your time and do not rush.
|Lv. 63 Lost Squad Member||Salamander Breath, Duralumin Shield, Chain Mail||Immortal Body, Turbo Boost|
|Lv. 62 Rune Knight (x2)||Blutgang, Duralumin Shield||Elemental Force, Elemental Rise|
|Lv. 60 Emerald Knight (x4)||Snake Spear, Duralumin Shield||Hero's Shield, Synch Guard|
|Lv. 60 Zmeu (x4)||Salamander Breath, Duralumin Shield||Twin Heads|
|Lv. 60 Spandule (x4)||Nightmare Medal, Duralumin Shield||Bullying|
There’s no Netherworld Effect for this battle, making it much more manageable, despite there being a lot of enemies. Luckily, the annoying Emerald Knights are probably the first enemy you’ll fight, since they are the closest to the Base Panel, but they have an extra Evility this time. Synch Guard makes it so that adjacent allies will take 10% less damage if the Knights are defending, but you should at least be able to take out two of them on your first turn.
On the enemy’s first turn, two of the Zmeus will Magichange with the Rune Knights, making them more dangerous, since they now have the Twin Heads Evility (combined with their usual Evility combo). The BOSS is a Horseman and has the Immortal Body Evility, making him take 50% less physical damage, so someone with elemental spells is good on him.
Note: After finishing this battle for the first time, you will automatically be thrown into the next one.
Pride of a Rebel
|Lv. 65 Amphisbaena||Salamander Breath, Duralumin Shield||Twin Heads, Hypered|
|Lv. 65 Zmeu (x2)||Salamander Breath, Duralumin Shield||Twin Heads|
|Lv. 65 Spandule (x2)||Nightmare Medal, Duralumin Shield||Bullying|
|Lv. 65 Orc Master (x8)||Salamander Breath, Duralumin Shield||Group Strategy|
Welcome to the free level, where the enemies on the stage likely won’t get a chance to even move at all if you keep moving and attacking. In fact, the only chance that enemies should be able to act at all is by ending your turn with Killia. Have fun while you can and enjoy slaughtering the enemies.