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If you’re an avid player of Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, you know how important Divine Beasts are in beating the game’s toughest battles. These beasts are the ultimate abilities that can change the course of a seemingly unbeatable fight, as well as providing passive benefits to players. However, unlocking and using Divine Beasts can be confusing, especially for new players. In this article, we’ll show you how to unlock and use Divine Beasts effectively.
Unlocking the Beasts
Unlocking Divine Beasts Divine Beasts are unlocked at various points in the story, most commonly after beating a boss. The first Divine Beast is unlocked during the final boss fight in part one, so use it against General Zhang Liang to emerge victorious. As you progress in the game, you’ll unlock more Divine Beasts automatically.
Using the Abilities of the Beasts
Using Divine Beasts To summon a Divine Beast, press B+Y or Circle+Triangle. Each Divine Beast has its own Resonation ability, which can be triggered by pressing X+Y or Square+Triangle. Note that even if you don’t cast the move that unleashes their power, players still benefit from the passive effects of each Divine Beast. After unlocking a Divine Beast, it’s wise to check it out at a Battle Flag location.
When you’re at the Battle Preparation screen, take note of three things. First, check the passive benefits of each Divine Beast. Second, see what the Divine Beast does when summoned. Finally, learn what the Resonation ability does. All summoned Divine Beasts will attack and provide a benefit, while all Resonation abilities will provide a strong buff. Knowing these details can help you strategize how to use each Divine Beast effectively.
Divine Beasts and their Abilities
Here are the ten Divine Beasts in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty and their respective abilities:
Virtue – Fire
Zhuque is a Vermilion Bird and one of the four gods of Chinese mythology. It looks like almost a Phoenix bird. It lightens up the arena with fire bolts as shown in the above image and applies fire damage to the character’s weapon. It deals a huge amount of damage to the enemy.
Xiezhi is a mythical creature that can either resemble an ox or a goat. It aids the character in battle by increasing the amount of fire damage dealt to enemies and imbuing their weapon with fire damage.
Virtue – Wood
Bixie is a winged ancient lion with two horns that throws lightning toward nearby enemies at certain intervals. It also enables the player’s weapon to inflict lightning damage.
Qinglong is a blue Dragon of Chinese mythology, which can refill the player’s health. It enhances lightning damage to the player’s weapon and increases their damage resistance.
Virtue – Earth
Qilin is a beast with one horn, which has characteristics of an ox, deer, and horse. It summons pillars to form a protective barrier for the gamer, reducing the damage they take. Additionally, it grants stone damage to the gamer’s weapon.
Yinglong is a legendary dragon in Chinese folklore, known as the rain god. It can cause area damage to enemies and provides support to the gamer by adding stone damage to their weapon and increasing their damage resistance.
Virtue – Water
Baize is a knowledgeable creature believed to understand the emotions of everything in the universe. It deals ice damage to the surrounding area and enhances the properties of gamers’ weapons with the same attribute. Furthermore, this beast significantly boosts players’ damage resistance.
Virtue – Metal
Tengshe is a serpent that can fly and spreads potions across the arena to cause toxic damage to enemies who step on them. Additionally, it inflicts toxic damage to weapons and reduces the enemy’s resistance to damage.
Baihu is a deity in Chinese mythology that represents the white tiger and fights alongside the player. It can subject enemies to toxic damage and imbues weapons with the same property, increasing the damage dealt to foes.