Community Boards and Soul Emblems in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot are one of the core mechanics in the game, revolving around unlocking Soul Emblems and putting them in the Community Board. This way, you can earn various bonuses, depending on how far you level up any given Community Board by placing appropriate Soul Emblems. It’s hard at first, but you’ll get into the groove easily enough. To help you on your way, here’s our Dragon Ball Z Kakarot Community Board – Soul Emblems guide to show you how to use the Community Board in DBZ Kakarot, how to get the Soul Emblems, etc.
How to Use Community Board in DBZ Kakarot?
To use the Community Board in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot, you first have to collect Soul Emblems. We’ll cover that in the next section. Once you do have a Soul Emblem, however, make sure to note the stats it has. Every character that you find has one stat that is at least somewhat higher than the others. In the example of Nam the Peddler below, he fits best in the Adult Community Board. So, that’s where you should put him. Sure, you can put people on any board, but you really should put them where they’re strongest.
There’s a total of seven Community Boards, and they all provide different bonuses for you. The Z Warrior board gives you bonuses in combat, the Cooking board grants bonuses to making and consuming food, the Adult board increases the money you get for selling items and increases chances of going into Frenzy, etc. The more people you connect on the board, the higher the level, and the better the bonuses become. If one person is connected to only one of the others, not much of a combo. But if you connect three or four to each other, then you really have some steam going.
How to Get Soul Emblems in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot?
To get Soul Emblems in DBZ Kakarot, all you have to do is complete quests for the various characters in the game. This includes main quests, but, more importantly, you have to do the side quests. Not only do they provide you with a ton of useful stuff, but they are going to be your main source of Soul Emblems. So, yeah, bottom line is: complete quests of both the main and sub variety, and you’ll be unlocking a steady stream of Soul Emblems.
And that about does it. The Community Board is a little daunting when you see it for the first time, I’ll grant you that. However, you get into the swing of things pretty quickly. You’ll be building communities and scoring bonuses like a champ in no time flat. Just pay attention to the stats of each Soul Emblem and place them with some attention to the combos, and you’ll be fine.