Black Nucleus Tower of Fantasy

The Tower of Fantasy Black Nucleus, or Black Nuclei, are a resource that you can obtain in the game. You can then use it to obtain characters, weapons, upgrade materials, etc. In this guide, we are going to show you both how to get and how to use the Black Nucleus. You need to know both of these things, because it is a very valuable resource.

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black nucleus tower of fantasy
Black Nucleus Tower of Fantasy

How to Get Tower of Fantasy Black Nucleus

To get a Black Nucleus in Tower of Fantasy, there are several things you can do. For one, you can open different chests, aka supply pods. For example, the pod behind the rock wall near Ruin A-01 have us a Black Nucleus. Sometimes, you can also get them by interacting with plants and wildlife, as well as beating certain higher-level monsters. Last, but certainly not least, you can obtain Black Nuclei through exploration and as rewards for completing missions and reaching certain milestones in the story. So, there are many ways to get your hands on this resource by just playing the game. You can always check how many you have by opening your inventory.

How to Use Black Nucleus

You use the Black Nucleus in Tower of Fantasy (or Nuclei, to be more precise) the same way you do the Gold Nuclei. Go into the menu and select Special Orders. There, in the bottom right of the screen, you can switch between the Gold Nucleus Cache and Black Nucleus Cache. So, do just that and then make the orders using the Order x10 or Order x1 buttons. In other words, it’s just pulling for materials, weapons and characters, either ten times or just once. See what you get. So, yeah, long story short: the Black Nuclei work exactly the same as Gold Nuclei. You might have assumed they have a different point, but they absolutely don’t.

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