The Alrest Linkring is a DLC Key Item in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It is obtained from Nopon Archsage in the Land of Challenge after completing the Challenge Battle Dino Drama. It gives Drivers the ability to equip Shulk and Fiora outside the Land of Challenge, in the world of Alrest, as Blades.
You need to beat the challege “Dino Drama” to unlock Shulk and Fiora and “Elma Redux” to unlock Elma.
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If you want to bring Elma to Alrest (and not just add her as Blade to your party for the Challenge Battle mode), you also have to beat the “Redux” Challenge, unlocked upon clearing Otherwordly Fighter.
Crossette is obtained by bonding a driver with the Ebullient Core Crystal, which is recieved from Hurryscurry in the Bower Lounge, Goldmouth, Argentum after purchasing the expansion pass.
Nia is one of the main characters in Xenoblade 2 and a part of Rex’s crew. Following the events of Chapter 7, Nia reveals her true identity as a blade and bonds with Rex.
As opposed to the other Monados, copy and not, the light beam is absent; instead, the entire sword is transparent and glows, becoming brighter when activated. Its wielder has the power to “kill the gods”. With this blade, Shulk becomes a god, and decides the destiny of the universe, with the help of Alvis.
Alvis is vital character in Xenoblade Chronicles, being first introduced in the Makna Forest when he encounters Shulk by the river. It is revealed that Alvis can perfectly wield The Monado and has an intrinsic linkage to the mysterious blade.
Sorinosori is a Nopon in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. He is added in the version 1.5. 2 update. He can be found in Goldmouth Return Port in the Argentum Trade Guild after A Boy of Two Swords is collected.
Dino Drama is a Challenge Battle mission in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It can be received from Nopon Archsage in the Land of Challenge, available as downloadable content from the Challenge Battle Mode Pack of the Expansion Pass. Nopon Archsage offers the Alrest Linkring after completing this challenge.
The name Corvin comes from the Latin name Corvinus which derives from the Latin word corvus meaning raven, although the word today refers to the birds’ genus including ravens and crows among others. … As a given name its most common variations are Corvan, Korvin and Korwin and their English equivalent Raven.
Rainbow Bugs are Insect collectibles in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. They can be found in the Kingdom of Uraya, in particular from the Collection Point near the entrance to the Acid Gullet.
In Xenoblade Chronicles 2 it is possible to select the difficulty level of the game from the Game Settings on the System menu. … To unlock them, the item New Difficulty Levels must be redeemed from the Expansion Pass menu.
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