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Wo Long Fallen Dynasty Boosting

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    Part 2-Main-Zhang Bao, General Of

  • Part 2-Main-Zhang Jiao, General Of

    Part 2-Main-Zhang Jiao, General Of

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  • Part 4-Main-Dong Zhuo

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  • Part 4-Main-Hua Xiong

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  • Part 4-Main-Lu Bu (Human Form)

    Part 4-Main-Lu Bu (Human Form)

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    Part 4-Main-Sun Jian (Boss)

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  • Part 5-Main-Lu Bu (Demon Form)

    Part 5-Main-Lu Bu (Demon Form)

  • Part 5-Main-Xiahou Dun (Boss)

    Part 5-Main-Xiahou Dun (Boss)

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About Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty

The large-scale APRG "Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty" developed by Team Ninja and published by Koei Tecmo has been officially released on March 3, 2023 on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S. You will start your own fantasy journey in the historical background of the Three Kingdoms.

What is Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Boosting?

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Wo Long Fallen Dynasty: What Are Morale Rank And Fortitude Rank? - Beginners Guide

Wo Long Fallen Dynasty: What Are Morale Rank And Fortitude Rank? - Beginners Guide

This is a quick guide explaining Morale Rank and Fortitude Rank in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty.

What Is Morale?

At the beginning of the game, several mechanics are explained on the screen one after another and it all gets a little confusing. One of these is the morale ranking system.

As you can see, I have a zero here. This is our current Morale Rank. As I kill enemies, an orange ring starts filling up around the number zero and when it’s full, our Morale Rank levels up. So, what is this?

This is the dual purpose system of morale. The higher your morale is, the more damage you will do and the less you will take. But this also applies to the enemies. You’ll notice each enemy and boss has a Morale Rank when in combat. It’s simple, whoever or whatever. 

Having the highest Morale Rank will be at an advantage. So, if you go up against an enemy with a higher Morale Rank than yourself, you will do less damage to it and it will do more damage to you. If your Morale Rank is higher, though, you will be the one doing more damage and you will be the one taking less damage.

Of course, this all comes down to risk and reward as the higher your enemy’s Morale Rank, the better rarity of items it will drop and you’ll receive better rewards in general. 

Losing Morale

Now, as mentioned, killing enemies increases your Morale Rank, but if an enemy kills you, then your Morale Rank will go down. In fact, at the start of the game or area, your rank will reset to zero. This is not good. You will also lose Morale Ranks when you’re hit by an enemy’s Critical Blow. You’ll know these as those scary red charge attacks that devastate your health bar.

What Is Fortitude?

And of course, the same goes if you deliver a Critical Blow on an enemy, you will lower their Morale Rank. But not to worry as we have an insurance policy. This is called Fortitude. If you look up to the top right of the screen, you will see three pieces of information: 

The top icon, an orange ring with a downward arrow, is your current Fortitude Rank. Then below, you have two flag icons with numbers next to them. Every time you plant a Battle Flag or a Marking Flag throughout the level, your Fortitude Rank will increase and this becomes your lowest possible Morale Rank. Here’s an example.

I have died and my Morale Rank has reset to zero. But after planting a Battle Flag, my fortitude rank has increased to level two. This means that when I die now again, the lowest my Morale Rank will drop to is two. And as we plant more flags throughout the area, our Fortitude Rank will increase. 

But there are still penalties for dying. When you die, the enemy that kills you will hold your morale points and 50% of your Genuine Qi. Genuine Qi is your level up currency like Souls in Dark Souls.


Now, this is where revenge and re-challenge come into play. The enemy that kills you will be holding your morale and your Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Genuine Qi and you’ll see a flame around their Morale Rank, indicating this.

Get your revenge by defeating the enemy and you will get your morale and Genuine Qi back. When it comes to bosses, if they kill you, all you have to do is re-enter their boss fight and you will immediately get your morale and genuine key back at the start of the fight.

Now, the game states that morale also opens up more battle options. This seems to mainly be referring to Wizardry Spells as spells require a certain Morale Rank to cast. So, it goes without saying you want to get as high morale as possible when taking on harder enemies and bosses.


Generally speaking, if you find all of the flags in an area before the boss, your base morale level should put you on a par with the boss. 

To make it fair, farming Morale Ranks is generally quite easy. Find an enemy near a Battle Flag, kill them, rest and reset the flag and then go again. The max Morale Rank you can have is 25. 

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Rookie Guide

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Rookie Guide

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty used numerous historical figures in the game, and they use some key historical nodes as the main task line of the game. But it has also made some major changes to these historical figures and key scenes.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a fighting game that adapts the story of Romance of Three Kingdoms into a battle between players and Demons. Among them is Taoist swaying Elixir in the arena, and all objects and even players touched will be corrupted. 

Of course, the battle is time-limited, and usually players will use defense as the main purpose of the battle process. As Nioh’s devs have said before, if you’re victorious in Wedu, there will be plenty of rewards for RPG Elements, Equipment, and Weapons. You don’t have to worry about this challenge being difficult, as long as you follow this guide carefully.

Start Preparing

When you first start your adventure in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty, you might feel a bit lost and confused, not knowing where to start. So first you need to prepare yourself for the adventure ahead.

Before you start playing, you might want to know some stats for gear upgrades, how combat works, how to summon friends for multiplayer battles, and tips for getting started. Before you dive in, it’s good to know the basics of the game by going through this guide in detail.

Actually, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty’s upgrade system is very similar to Nioh 2, Dark Souls, and Elden Ring. Players in Wo Long can upgrade their characters by obtaining Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Genuine Qi, which is also your upgrade currency. 

As you level up, your character takes on five different states, often referred to as Virtues. The game mechanics and the skills of the different Virtues will also be revealed here in detail.

Players can also learn the crafting and forging of weapons by meeting Blacksmith NPC in the second Main Battlefield. You can experiment with crafting different weapons and armor and assigning different stats to each outfit. Players can also get some new weapons and equipment from NPCs, and these NPCs will also become players’ Followers.

Side Quest

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will complete different tasks according to different levels of clues on the Major Battlefield. Of course, each mission also has its corresponding rewards for rare items and upgrade materials.

Players will find many Battle Flag rest points and Marking Flags in different levels, but the location of Marking Flags is generally hidden and not so easy to find.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty will also have some side quests that players can do. These side quest players can all be found in Hidden Village. However, the locations where these side missions appear are always random, and players need to find them by themselves. And these tasks cannot provide relatively generous rewards.

Boss Guide

Just like Nioh 2 or other games of the same genre, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty also has some very powerful bosses that the player is not so easy to defeat easily. Every major battlefield will have a main boss appearing. Players must successfully defeat it to complete the ending task at this level.

There are also some levels where you will encounter two bosses of the same level in the arena, and the difficulty will increase instantly. Or you will re-encounter the powerful boss you have faced in the arena. This requires players not only to beat the boss but also to summarize the best way to defeat the boss, to ensure that you can face the next challenge in an orderly manner.

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