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Soul Seeker 6th Knights: Updated Dispatch Mode Guide

A complete, updated guide to all the different Dispatch game modes

Hello Knights! We’re back with another guide for Soul Seeker: 6th Knights. For this edition we’ll be providing an updated guide all the different modes available from the Dispatch menu, the benefits of playing each and some special tips! Recent updates in Soul Seeker: 6th Knights have added new Dispatch modes as well as changed some of the rewards and benefits of playing each, which we’ll explain in full!

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New increased difficulty levels have been added to Dispatch game modes. As of the time of writing, Myth and Transcend difficulty levels have been added to Abandoned Fortress, Temple Armes and Dungeon of Demons, along with improved Equipment and Rune rewards for these new difficulty levels.

If you need advice on which Heroes are the best to use in-game to take on Dispatch Mode’s challenges, make sure to check out some of our previous guides which should help you whether you’re a novice or an experienced player!

Arena

The Arena is one of Soul Seeker: 6th Knight’s most challenging and rewarding modes because here your opponents will be other players. In this PvP battle mode you’ll face off against teams of heroes built by other players. In addition to your usual 6 heroes, in Arena mode you can add a 7th hero to your team to enter battle. This hero can’t be switched out and has no back-up slot, which means at any one time it will essentially be 4v4 on the battlefield. Some heroes become much less effective with an extra opponent on the field, so keep that in mind. This 7th hero adds yet another layer of strategy to battles and can give you access to new Synergy Links and tactics.

Not only do you earn bragging rights but you can get massive rewards for performing well in Arena. For each win you get in Arena, you gain points towards your Arena ranking. At the beginning of every week you’ll receive rewards based on your ranking, which can amount to thousands of Diamonds and Arena coins!

Make sure to adjust your team before each battle depending on which opponent you choose to face to maximize your chances of winning. Take advantage of the Refresh function too, to avoid losing/unfavorable match-ups and keep your winning streak alive.

Royal Rumble

Royal Rumble is a new PvP mode where you’ll take part in 9v9 battles! Not only does this significantly increase the action and chaos from regular 4v4 Arena battles, but you’ll get a ton of great rewards from playing and your achievements during each Season! Make sure you devise new strategies to fit the unique format and the designated Buff Heroes for each Day and Season. Each season lasts for two weeks with a one week break in between each season. The 9 Heroes are divided into 3 teams of 3 and take on the opponent’s teams in 3v3 battles in 3 separate battlefields simultaneously. This will test your PvP acumen and battlefield management to the highest degree.

Royal Rumble is one of the most rewarding game modes in Soul Seeker. Not only is it incredibly fun and strategic, it also gives you a variety of valuable rewards for competing and ranking highly. You will receive a large amount of Sprit’s Tears, increasing as you rank higher on the Season’s leaderboard, as well as Royal Rumble coins. Royal Rumble coins can be used in the Royal Rumble Shop to purchase unique and game-changing rewards, namely the three powerful SSR Heroes Light Asan, Dark Briana and Wind Gaine. These Heroes are exclusively available from the Royal Rumble Shop and are all truly worth the 20,000 Royal Rumble coins they cost. They’re all essential Heroes for their respective elements and can instantly transform your team’s capabilities.

If you want more in-depth information on these Heroes you can check out the article below:

Abandoned Fortress

The Abandoned Fortress is a Dispatch game mode that will net you a large amount of equipment for completion. The battle style in Abandoned Fortress should be familiar to players as it follows the same format as Adventure mode stages. Each day rotates to a new type of equipment to be earned. This is a very useful mode to pick up equipment that you can then either use for leveling up other equipment or merging. Gathering some of the lower level equipment can make it easy to complete Story Quests that require you to upgrade or merge equipment. You get three Abandoned Fortress tickets per day, although you can pay 100 Diamonds for a new ticket.

With the arrival of Exclusive Equipment, powerful Equipment only wieldable by a specific Hero, the Abandoned Fortress becomes essential. You‘ll need Hero’s Star Fragments, as well as Gold, to craft Exclusive Equipment. Hero’s Star Fragments can be obtained as a reward for completing Abandoned Fortress stages.

Temple Armes

In this mode you’ll be placed into a large Temple battlefield and you’ll have to fight off large waves of enemies for a a certain period of time before a boss spawns. Your ability to manage your heroes and their positioning on the battlefield will be tested with the extra space and enemy count.

Temple Armes allows you to collect Elemental Stones, which are a crucial resource in the game. You’ll need these Elemental Stones to merge into Transcendence Stones. 10 Stones of each element are required to make one Transcendence Stone. Transcending a single hero takes well over 100 Transcendence Stones, so as you can imagine you’ll be needing to gather a lot of Elemental Stones. You get three Temple Armes tickets per day although you can pay 100 Diamonds for a new ticket and each day brings a new type of Elemental Stone for you to obtain. On weekends, you’re free to choose whichever elemental Temple you wish to enter.

Dungeon of Demons

Dungeon of Demons will force you get creative with your team building and use a variety of Heroes. The battles take place in a similar manner to Adventure mode, with two stages of mobs before a final boss stage. Each day there will be a different restriction on which class will be allowed to enter, for example, on Fridays you won’t be able to bring any Wizard heroes in your team. You’ll be rewarded with a large amount of runes that will be useful for merging into new runes. Gathering low level runes from the Dungeon of Demons is especially helpful in completing Story Quests which require you to merge runes. You get three Dungeon of Demons tickets per day although you can pay 100 Diamonds for a new ticket.

Tower of Heroes

Tower of Heroes is a mode which allows to collect unique rewards for completing a stage for the first time and then a large amount of gold for subsequent completions. The battles will take place on a small circular platform stage and enemies will spawn in waves before the boss of the stage appears.

There are special battle conditions which you’ll have to take into account in addition to the varying enemies you’ll face, for example on the 25th floor of the Tower all enemies will receive a 20% Magic DEF boost every 15 seconds which stacks. These conditions can completely alter the course of battle so you’ll need to build heroes and teams that will differ from your usual strategy. There are some pretty nice rewards on offer such as 5-star Hero Summon tickets and the Tower of Heroes can become an easy and reliable gold farming method as you climb to the higher levels of the Tower.

Maze of Chaos

Maze of Chaos lets you explore and conquer a series of four random dungeons with a team of 9 Heroes. Maze of Chaos is an extremely important aspect of the game as it grants Spirit’s Tears as a reward, which you use at the Altar of Sprits to increase the stats boost to each element. These boosts can massively improve your Heroes and are absolutely essential if you want a team that can compete in PvP and complete high-level PvE.

The Maze of Chaos requires strategy and careful risk-reward evaluation to get through the gauntlet of battles. When a Hero dies in battle they’re rendered unavailable for the rest of the attempt and you cannot reset your attempt without paying a 300 Diamond penalty, meaning you should select both the nine Heroes you bring carefully as well as which stages you attempt. You can choose the lower difficulty stages to ensure survival and completion but at the cost of lower rewards, or choose a higher difficulty but with greater risk of failure. The inherent power of the enemies for each stage increases with each stage, regardless of the difficulty you choose. The final stage of each Maze of Chaos run is always a Boss battle, while the earlier stages are standard mob wave battles.

You get a variety of great rewards from participating in all of these game modes themselves, as well as the respective Daily, Weekly and Monthly Quest rewards. You’ll need all the resources available from completing these various game modes to progress in the game, so don’t miss out!

Let us know which Dispatch mode is your favorite and why in the comments below!

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