- 1 Uncapping an Eternals character to 5★
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Uncapping an Eternals character to 5★
The ability to uncap Eternals characters to 5★ was added during one of the 3rd Birthday Celebration updates on March 20, 2017, allowing players to further increase the power of their Eternal characters.
Step 1: Fight the Eternal
Assuming you already have at least one of the characters unlocked and at level 80, the first step in the uncap process is to defeat them in their corresponding Fate Episode. These encounters may be difficult as they will be a one-on-one fight between you and the Eternal and may require you to build a grid of their appropriate weakness. Note that the Eternal's corresponding weapon must be set as your main hand weapon (Three-Tiger Axe for Threo, Four-Sky Blade for Feower, etc.).
After defeating them, a follow-up Fate Episode will appear, requiring a "Weapon Soul" to start.
The Weapon Soul will require reducing a corresponding Gold Relic Weapon, acquired through a crafting recipe involving a 4★ uncapped Silver Relic Weapon
Step 2: Acquire 4 Silver Relics
- If you have an Eternal in your party, Dimension Halo will transform into the corresponding Relic Weapon at 50% health.
- If you have multiple Eternals in your party, the boss may transform into any of their corresponding Relic Weapons (including for characters who have already been uncapped to 5★).
- After Dimension Halo transforms, you'll always receive 1 relic shard.
- Drop rate buffs do affect the Silver Relic weapon drop rate so if possible bring as many Drop Rate Boosts as possible.
Four copies are required to 3★ the weapon, so you need at most 40 relic shards.
Step 3: Uncap Silver Relic to 4★
- A Premium Draw or Gold Moon weapons which are prohibitively expensive to uncap using duplicates.) can be spent instead to perform the 4★ uncap just like any other weapon. (Not recommended if you intend to build a Primal grid in the future. Players with Primal grids will want to save their Ingots to uncap
Step 4: Craft Gold Relic
The 4★ Lvl 150 Silver Weapon is crafted into a Gold Relic using:
The distinctions are associated to the Eternals as follows:
The 6 element-changed Relic Weapons have to be the same weapon type as the silver relic, and their crafting process adds up to:
The Revenant Weapon Fragments are acquired as follows:
Guide to Revenant Weapon Fragments
Acquiring the 100 Revenant Weapon Fragments is done by reducing Revenant Weapons that correspond to your Eternal. Reducing a fully upgraded Revenant Weapon yields 50 fragments, while reducing an element-changed Revenant Weapon yields 5 fragments.
In-between stages of the Revenant Weapon awakening DO NOT increase fragment yield until after the very last step (using the gold brick).
Furthermore, reducing a fully uncapped Silver Weapon WILL NOT give you Revenant Weapon Fragments.
Therefore, acquiring 100 fragments is usually done by reducing the weapon created while recruiting the Eternal (for 50 fragments), and choosing one of the following options for the 50 remaining fragments:
Choice 1: Create and reduce another fully-upgraded Revenant Weapon
This choice uses the same process as to recruit the Eternal character, and thus requires another.
Choice 2: Create and reduce 10 element-changed Revenant Weapons
This choice does not require a, but the following materials:
Step 5: Obtain the Weapon Soul
After crafting, reduce the new Gold Weapon to acquire the Weapon Soul.
Step 6: Fight the Weapon
After acquiring the Weapon Soul, you can start the Fate Episode, which will be a one-on-one fight between the Eternal and their corresponding weapon.
|One-Rift Spear||Use Fleeting Spark whenever it's off cooldown, only use Spiral Spear when the boss is in Overdrive, use Arm the Bastion for the 50% trigger.|
|Two-Crown Bow||Its Charge Attack inflicts paralysis and is triggered at 50% and 10%. Try to save Merculight for charge attacks. Also, be careful to not lower it below 25% with 3 charge diamonds, as the charge attack will probably kill Tweyen. It is best to save The Clincher for when Two-Crown Bow is in overdrive to get it to break quickly.|
|Three-Tiger Axe||Hold Threo's Charge Attack until you can get off a second Vorpal Rage + Ground Zero combo.|
|Four-Sky Blade||Use skills and attack into its 50% trigger then wait out its multi-attack buff. Proceed as normal afterwards. Fairly easy if Feower triggers skill reset.|
|Five-Soul Staff||Since Fif lacks damage skills, you're reliant on her being able to multi-attack to win the fight. It can apply a def-down debuff, so make sure to clear it. Time her heal so you can get maximum effectiveness out of it and don't forget to use her auto-revive.|
|Six-Ruin Fist||Fairly straightforward fight, don't triple attack into counters or Charge Attacks and you should be good.|
|Seven-Star Sword||Press Emblem every turn in order to raise Seofon's DA rate. Save Infinit Klearre for when the boss is in overdrive.|
|Eight-Life Katana||Save your charge attack until you have 200%, then use it to break the opponents overdrive. Use Open Spirit the turn before your charge attack and Dance of the Gods when appropriate and you'll be fine.|
|Nine-Realm Harp||Use all her skills turn 1. If both Comatose and Tuning land, you're home free.|
|Ten-Wolf Gun||The majority of Tien's damage comes from her skills. When it goes in Break mode, use Final Order + Stardust. Don't use her Charge Attack until the end.|
Step 7: Uncap Eternal to 5★
Winning the fight unlocks the ability to uncap your character to 5★! The materials needed to uncap depend on the element of the Eternal.
Step 8: Unlock 4th Skill
Battle as your chosen Eternal character in a gauntlet against all the other Eternals.
A final fate episode will appear when the gauntlet has been cleared, forcing you to fight them again one-on-one to unlock their new skill. Weapon skills and summon auras don't take effect. A good strategy is to put your weapons with the highest ATK and HP values in your grid, put your strongest weapon with elemental advantage in the main hand, and choose summons based on calls and stats.