Dragalia Lost - Everything you need to know about Loyalty's Requiem

Posted by Campbell Bird on October 5th, 2018
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Dragalia Lost has only bit out for a little more than a week, and it’s already got new event-based content. Loyalty’s Requiem is a raid-style event where players can face the powerful Phraeganoth in four teams of four adventurers in hopes to earn all kinds of sweet loot, including a new dragon.

This event is only going to be up for 10 days, so everyone’s rushing around trying to figure out how they can blaze through the whole thing and earn the best rewards for it. Luckily, we have some tips for you that can help you do just that. See below:

To clear the raid on expert, you need a 6k Might team

There’s a lot going on in Loyalty’s Requiem, including special story quests and various tiers of boss and raid dungeons, but the main goal is to advance enough to take on the expert level of the Phraeganoth raid. In order to do this, make sure you have a team of adventurers with a combined Might of 6,000 or more.

Although three strong teams may be able to carry weaker teams through lower tiers of the raid, the expert level of Phraeganoth is no joke and requires a bit of coordination (more on that below). Even if you’re a good team player though, this high level raid basically requires consistent, high damage output from every team. If you aren’t up to snuff with powerful (and ideally water-based adventurers), you’ll just drag everyone down if you join a raid with a weak team.

Boss strategy

Building yourself with a team powerful enough to take on Phraeganoth is only half the battle. Once you start fighting this massive boss, you need to make sure you survive the fight to the end.

The first step to getting through this fight is focusing on Phraeganoth’s tail to prevent him from using a devastatingly powerful area of effect attack. As the fight continues, be on the lookout for volcanoes that form on the level and make sure to destroy enough of them so you have somewhere to retreat to when they explode later in the battle. Finally, make sure you equip Wyrmprints you’ve earned from previous Loyalty’s Requiem events, as those give you specific damage bonuses when attacking Phraeganoth.

What to do if you don’t have a 6k team

If you don’t have a team with a combined Might of 6,000 or more, fear not, there’s still plenty for you to do in Loyalty’s Requiem. For starters, there’s a bunch of missions that aren’t the raid in this event, all of which give some pretty sweet rewards, including Wyrmite bonuses for first clears of each of them.

Each mission in Loyalty’s Requiem also grants you Blazons and Emblems that you can redeem for rewards like new Wyrmprints, upgrade materials, and even Summon Tickets. Finally, there’s also a sort of sidequest featuring Celliera, a new character who’s temporarily granted to all players during this event that you can keep if you complete enough missions with her in your party.

How to get Celliera quickly

To get Celliera into your adventurer collection permanently before Loyalty’s Requiem ends, you have to use her quite a bit as you clear missions. There’s a bar of 500 friendship points that you need to fill, and most missions grant only 10 friendship points per completion.

To fast-track your acquisition of Celliera though, you can take on expert boss missions to earn 30 friendship points per clear. As an added bonus, if you play Assault on Archeole—a boss mission in Loyalty’s Requiem—you’ll be able to earn tons of Blazons, Emblems, and other Endeavor rewards as you work to unlock this new water-based fighter.

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