Ni No Kuni Territe Energy Explained

You are not sure what Territe Energy is in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds? We’ve got you covered! Like it or not, Ni No Kuni Territe features blockchain technology. The Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds crypto tokens take the form of “Territe” and “Asterite” which also act as in-game resources. Territes can be used to craft or upgrade equipment, enhance Familiars, and level up your characters. There are many ways to earn Territe, but many players are particularly confused with how Territe Energy works. If you don’t know how to use Territe Energy in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds, this guide will explain everything you need to know.

Ni No Kuni Territe Energy Explained

What is Territe Energy in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds

Like in many other free to play games (F2P), in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds you will stumble upon numerous various in-game currencies and resources. This can often be confusing and even overwhelming as not everything is explained perfectly. When it comes to Territe Energy, many players are not exactly sure how it actually works. Essentially, as explained by its in-game description, Territe Energy allows you to farm Territe. Without Territe Energy, you would not be able to farm Territe from mobs. Whenever a mob drops Territe you’ll lose some of the Energy.

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How to Use Territe Energy in Ni No Kuni Cross Worlds

Players don’t “use” the energy on their own. Rather, you will automatically lose some Territe Energy whenever you get Territe as a drop from foes. Furthermore, you’ll receive a set amount of Energy each day at 3 PM, local time. In addition, you’ll have a max amount of Territe Energy per day. This prevents abuse and infinite farming of the resource. Asides from regulating how much Territe you can farm per day, it also increases the Territe drop rate at higher class levels.

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