One of the main attractions of Nobody saves the world is its shape-shifting mechanic and leveling up each character to make them stronger. These forms can go from rank E to rank S, improve their stats, gain access to more passive or active abilities, and gain access to more challenges.
Although you should switch forms and experiment to gain as much experience as possible, once you pick a favorite your instinct will be to level it up to max as quickly as possible. As simple as that sounds, you’ll quickly reach a level cap and be prompted to keep exploring to earn more quests. Here’s how you do it.
How to unlock more form quests in Nobody Saves The World
Up to a certain point in the story, the maximum level for characters is rank B. You can be one quest away from reaching rank A before the game stops giving you quests and tells you to keep exploring. Reaching rank A is important because you need it to unlock the Monk and the Rogue, two of the best classes in the game. You must also have them unlocked to gain access to the Robot and Necromancer.
You can unlock more form quests once you complete three main dungeons – the Witch Queen Catacombs, the Grand Castle and the Ancient Robot. You’ll need to level up quite a bit to get through these main dungeons as they can be quite difficult, which means you should also complete any semi-dungeons you come across. Completing all three will earn you three gem shards and allow you to visit Octavia’s lab to advance the story.
Visiting Octavia’s Laboratory is the only way to access the top part of the map and gain access to the game’s final dungeons, however It also has the great benefit of allowing you to level up your forms beyond rank B. Octavia will give you a special wizard hat that you can use to further improve forms, and after a cutscene you will be told that all of your forms now have more quests. From that point forward, you can upgrade all of your forms to max tier and there will be no more roadblock moments.
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