on its surface Wo Long: The Fallen Dynasty looks like it An axe or the previous one by Team Ninja nioh games. Upon closer inspection, there is an important way in which Where to go differs from these other action RPGs in the morale and bravery systems.
The morale and bravery mechanics are entirely new for Where to go and therefore might confuse some players at first (especially those who just skimmed the tooltips). However, once you realize how these two work hand-in-hand, the game will open up to you. Here’s everything you need to know about morality and fortitude in Wo Long: The Fallen Dynasty.
What is morality Wo Long: The Fallen Dynasty?
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It’s best to explain morals first. The number above your health bar is your morale rank and is determined from level to level. Your morale determines how difficult certain enemies will be relative to your strength. The higher your morale, the more damage you can inflict on opponents and the less you take.
Morale is basically about going from 1 to 20 in a single mission. Your current morale rank determines which enemies you can take on and the order in which a mission is completed. The color of an enemy’s morale rank icon determines that enemy’s threat level, with red being the most difficult.
You earn morale by fighting enemies and gaining experience that fills the circle around your rank. When it fills up, you go up a morale level. Successful martial arts, deadly blows, and ghost attacks will also give you some morale.
You can also lose morale points if you play poorly. Being hit by enemy critical hits increases your overall Morale Points significantly and often even knocks you down a rank.
Morale will be reset to the lowest rank based on your steadfastness upon death. The other primary method you use to increase your morale Where to go by increasing your steadfastness.
What is Fortitude in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty?
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Bravery is the ground for the lowest morale rank you can have in any given mission. This means if your toughness rank is say 3, if you die and respawn at the last battle flag you are resting on, you will come back with 3 morale.
You can increase your bravery in two ways by finding Battle Flags and Marking Flags. Battle Flags are the equivalent of the checkpoint and bonfires in Where to go. You increase your steadfastness by 2 to 3 morale ranks when you hoist your flag. Marker flags are off the beaten track and often come behind an optional combat or exploration challenge. Discovering these only increases your morale rank by 1.
By increasing your stamina during a mission, you will become strong enough to take on the boss that awaits you at the end. More tips and guides for Wo Long: The Fallen Dynasty, do not look away. we have more Where to go Leaderand more will follow.
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