Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Guide: Best Ways to Grind for Rare Blades (2023)

Rare Blades inXenoblade Chronicles 2are truly awesome. Not only do they have full Affinity Charts and unique skills, but they also have their own quests and mini story segments. It’s well worth seeking all of them out, but to do that, you’re going to be dealing with a lot of RNG.

However, there are a few things you can do to make the process of searching for Rare Blades easier. You can start by increasing your Idea Levels and Luck to up the chance of getting Rare Blades in the first place. Then, you simply grind for the cores and open a bunch of them up. Once you’ve collected all of the Rare Blades, you can then take the time to transfer those that wound up on less-than-ideal Drivers onto the characters you want. (After all, it certainly wouldn’t do for the Healer to be stuck with four Tank Blades.)

With these tips, you’ll have all of the Rare Blades you could ever want before long. Let’s dive in!

How to Raise Idea Levels inXenoblade Chronicles 2

Idea Levels are split into four equal parts: Bravery, Truth, Compassion, and Justice. These stats are rather simple, though not well explained. On their own, they influence the elements the Blades you resonate with are most likely to receive.

  • Bravery– Influences your chance to receive Fire and Water Blades.
  • Truth– Influences your chance to receive Wind and Ice Blades.
  • Compassion– Influences your chance to receive Earth and Lightning Blades.
  • Justice– Influences your chance to receive Light and Dark Blades.

If any of these stats are higher than others — or if you use Boosters to temporarily increase the stats — then you’re more likely to receive Blades of the same elements as those tied to the inflated stat. However, Idea Levels have another function.

The higher your total Idea Level is, the more likely you are to receive a Rare Blade. So by using Boosters, you have a slightly higher chance of receiving the Blades you want. If you have the drive, though, you could grind for Idea Points in order to raise your base levels for the best chances of receiving Rare Blades.

In order to earn Idea Points, you need to fill out Blade Affinity Charts. Each Blade gives different types of Idea Points, so pay attention to the icons shown on the Affinity Chart to figure out how to raise which stats. The best way to fill out Affinity Charts is to take a bunch of Common Blades and send them all on Merc Missions. When Blades come back from a mission, they earn Trust and have a chance of filling out some of the requirements from the Affinity Chart. Common Blades have easier requirements, letting you earn Idea Points more quickly than if you were to send Rare Blades out on the Missions.

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Alternatively, you could just equip a bunch of Common Blades and run around beating stuff up, though who wants to do that when you could just complete side quests or grind for the Core Crystals while you wait for Merc Missions to get done?

Idea Levels aren’t the only way to increase your chances of getting a Rare Blade, though.

How to Increase the Luck Stat

Luck also directly impacts your potential to resonate with a Rare Blade. It can be raised in a couple of different ways. Accessories are the easiest way to get a quick boost to your Luck, though they aren’t always readily available. You may have to raise your Development Level with a few Titans before they’ll start appearing in shops.

Of course, simply leveling up your Drivers will also increase your base Luck, so it might be a good idea to hold off on opening a bunch of Core Crystals until you’re higher level. However, if you can’t wait, at least check your Drivers’ Affinity Charts to see if they don’t have anything that increases Luck. If they do, save up their Skill Points until they can afford it.

With a higher chance of success laid out, you’re ready to begin grinding for Core Crystals.

How to Grind for Core Crystals inXenoblade Chronicles 2

Depending on your level and how far you are in the game, there are a couple of different places you can go to farm Core Crystals. The method of farming Core Crystals is more or less the same across the board; the only variable here is which monster you want to farm them from.

So before you even think about which monsters you want to track down and farm for Cores, you need to make sure you’re prepared. This means setting your party up so that you have the highest chances of seeing Core Crystal drops. Of course, having a Blade with the skill Treasure Sensor helps immensely, but it isn’t strictly necessary.

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What if I told you that you could increase your chances of finding Core Crystals by making use of a specialcombat mechanic? It sounds too good to be true, but it isn’t! By completing a full Driver Combo in battle, you’re far more likely to see Core Crystals drop. Heck, it even boosts the drop rate of Rare and Legendary Core Crystals, so there’s really no excuse not to use Driver Combos while farming for them.

Of course, by full Driver Combo, I mean the whole shebang. You must Break the enemy’s guard, Topple them, Launch them into the air, and Smash them back down before the bonus will apply. If you mess up at any point in the combo and fail to finish it before the enemy dies, then you don’t get the boost.

After building a party that’s capable of pulling off a full Driver Combo, find an enemy that’s around your level and test it out a few times to get a feel for it. You wouldn’t want to mess this up while farming, after all. Once you feel confident in your ability to see a Driver Combo through to the end, it’s time to consider where you’ll be farming.


If you’ve yet to beat the game, you’ll find that Tolen Krabbles in Mor Ardain drop a lot of Cores. However, the only way to find them is through Salvaging, so you’re going to need a lot of Normal Cylinders. Additionally, you’ll need to nuke your Salvaging ability to be sure that you get more monsters than chests. Make certain that any Blades with Salvaging Mastery are disengaged so that they don’t skew your chances of finding the enemies you’re looking for.

Once you’re ready, Skip Travel toKedeighGate inAlba Cavanichand take the elevator down. From there, head out the inspection area and go south towards the Salvage Point called Cargo Transpt. Zone. At the Salvage Point, use a Normal Cylinder and miss all of the button-prompts for the best chance of Tolen Krabbels showing up. When you run into enemies, just complete a full Driver Combo before killing them in order to get the boosted Core Crystal drop rate.

These enemies may die before you can get off a full Driver Combo, though. If that’s the case, head back to the Argentum Trade Guild and downgrade your weapons with Core Chips before trying again. The Rare Blades you’ll get from all the Cores they’ll drop are more than worth the investment.


If you’ve beaten the game, then chances are you’re powerful enough to go after enemies that drop Legendary Core Crystals. While Rare Cores have a higher chance of being Rare Blades than Common Cores, Legendary Cores have an even better chance than that, even if they’re still not guaranteed Rare Blades.

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Legendary Core Crystals are dropped by Superbosses. A Superboss is essentially an endgame unique enemy with powerful stats and abilities. You’ll need to be relatively strong in order to beat them, but if you manage it, you’ll be rewarded handsomely.

If you’re able to pull off a full Driver Combo and kill a Superboss, you’ll receive a bunch of Legendary Core Crystals. What’s better isthat you don’t need to waste your money on Salvaging Cylinders to fight them, either. Since all unique enemies can be respawned simply by interacting with their tombstone, you can fight a Superboss you’re confident at over and over again until you get all the Cores you need.

Once you’ve maximized your chances and collected enough Cores, it’s time to start opening them en masse. However, when opening Core Crystals, you’re not likely to get your Rare Blades on the Drivers you want them to resonate with. In that case, you’ll need to figure out how to move Rare Blades to the Driver you want them on.

How to Move Rare Blades Between Drivers inXenoblade Chronicles 2

There are two ways to go about moving Rare Blades between Drivers. The first and simplest way is to use a limited and rare item called an Overdrive Protocol. You earn these by opening up specific Treasure Troves and maxing out your Drivers’ Affinity Charts. Once you expend them, however, there’s no way to get them back, so think carefully before using one.

In order to use an Overdrive Protocol, just go to the Manage Blades menu, find the Blade you want to move, and select Use Overdrive. Once you confirm which Driver you want the Blade to go to, it’ll use an Overdrive Protocol, and the Blade will be immediately usable by the new Driver.

If you’re out of Overdrive Protocols, however, you’re going to have to transfer Blades in a bit of a more tedious fashion. The only way to transfer Blades at that point is to Release the Rare Blade you want to transfer and open Cores on the Driver you want them on until they pop up again.

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Since only one version of each Rare Blade can be present at a time in any given save file, it makes finding released Rare Blades again much simpler. I suggest waiting to use this method of transferring Rare Blades until you’ve found them all. If you have all of the Rare Blades and only Release them one at a time, then the next Rare Blade you open from a Core will always be the one you released.

Alternatively, if you’re not as antsy as me, you could release all of the Blades meant for a specific Driver and only open Cores on that character until you’ve found them all again.

Now that you know how to obtain all of the Rare Blades in the game, do you have any plans for your party? Which Drivers and Blades are you thinking of rolling with? Sound off in the comments below!

For more tips and tricks for getting by in Alrest, be sure to check out our otherXenoblade Chronicles 2 guides. Here are a few to get you started:

  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Beginner’s Guide
  • Xenoblade 2 Combat Guide: Blade Combos, Driver Combos, Chain Attacks

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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Guide: Best Ways to Grind for Rare Blades? ›

The higher your total Idea Level is, the more likely you are to receive a Rare Blade. So by using Boosters, you have a slightly higher chance of receiving the Blades you want. If you have the drive, though, you could grind for Idea Points in order to raise your base levels for the best chances of receiving Rare Blades.

How do you get a rare blade in Xenoblade Chronicles 2? ›

TL;DR: To maximize your chances of getting rare blades, use A SINGLE booster* when opening legendary cores then rare cores. Opening common cores can help get you more boosters if you release them but common cores don't give a very significant chance of getting rare blades.

What are the hardest blades to get in xc2? ›

The Blade known as Herald is one of the hardest to obtain in the game, and is designed by Hideo Minaba, one of the art directors behind Final Fantasy 6. To obtain Herald's unique Core Crystal, you'll have to find the Altar of Sealing, which can be located in Theospiti Temple Ruins, in Theosoir.

What are the best rare blades for Rex in Xenoblade Chronicles 2? ›

Zenobia is by far one of the best Blades that can be equipped to Rex besides his Legendary Blades Pyra or Mythra. Zenobia's an incredibly strong Attack type which suits Rex's Fighter class perfectly. Her weapon of choice is a greataxe and her wind element won't create any overlap with Rex's Legendary Blade.

What is the rare blade limit in Xenoblade Chronicles 2? ›

But in your blade inventory, two of these will combine to get you 37 rare blades. You can hold a max of 192 common blades. This is with Merc Rank 5, and beating the game (Merc Rank and game completion affect blade capacity). So all together, with every rare blade, and max common blades, you can have 230 blades.

How do you increase your chances of getting a rare blade? ›

The higher your total Idea Level is, the more likely you are to receive a Rare Blade. So by using Boosters, you have a slightly higher chance of receiving the Blades you want. If you have the drive, though, you could grind for Idea Points in order to raise your base levels for the best chances of receiving Rare Blades.

How rare is KOS-MOS in Xenoblade Chronicles 2? ›

Acquiring KOS-MOS is predominantly a result of random chance, though there are several methods to boost the probability of getting her when using Core Crystals. By default, assuming a normal Core Crystal and no modifiers, there is a 0.1% chance of getting KOS-MOS when using a Core Crystal.

What is the best sword in Xenoblade? ›

Let's just say, with this weapon; it'll be Reyn time.
  • 6 Dystopia - Fiora. This may be a spoiler if you've not finished Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, but surprise, Fiora isn't dead. ...
  • 5 Wyvern Cutlass - Dunban. ...
  • 4 Meteor Staff - Melia. ...
  • 3 Meteor Nibbler - Riki. ...
  • 2 Monado Abyss - Shulk. ...
  • 1 Endless Rifle - Sharla.
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Can you use Nia as a blade? ›

Nia is one of Rex's Blades in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. She can be freely swapped between her Driver form and her Blade form after her reveal in the Spirit Crucible Elpys.

What is the best chip in Xenoblade 2? ›

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: 6 Best Core Chips
  • 6 Gold Chip.
  • 5 Dilaton Chip.
  • 4 Preon Chip.
  • 3 Moon Matter Chip.
  • 2 Silver Chip.
  • 1 Tachyon Chip.
Sep 12, 2022

Who is the strongest monster in Xenoblade Chronicles 2? ›

Telethia, the Endbringer can be found at level 99 above the Divine Roost in Noctilum. It has the highest level of any enemy in Xenoblade Chronicles X.

What are the odds of getting a rare blade? ›

The full formula

If you have used a common core, then there's only a 25% chance of obtaining a rare blade. This means that rare crystals multiply the odds of getting a rare blade by 6 relative to common crystals, and legendary crystals by 12 relative to common crystals.

How long is Xenoblade 2 100%? ›

When focusing on the main objectives, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is about 63½ Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 257 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Is Xenoblade 2 shorter than 1? ›

3 Xenoblade Chronicles 2: More Depth And Content

But what's truly impressive is how long it'll take to complete everything - a whopping 253 hours vs 161 for the original. The main story in the original game is slightly longer, but overall the sequel is brimming with things to do compared to the first Xeno.

Does Xenoblade 2 have a pity system? ›

At 100 points, the player is guaranteed a pity Blade when they use a Core Crystal (resetting the pity timer). A second or third pity Blade is obtained when the timer reaches 100 points for the second or third time. The pity Blade is selected from a pool of 3 Blades, which are determined based on the save file group.

How do you get Patroka blade? ›

HOW TO OBTAIN PATROKA. Patroka can be obtained by bonding a driver with a core crystal during New Game Plus. Whenever a driver bonds with a core crystal, there is a random chance the driver will receive a rare blade.

Where can I farm cores in Xenoblade 2? ›

How to Farm Core Crystals Quickly (Xenoblade Chronicles 2)
  • Reach Empire of Mor Adain, Anangham #2 Dock.
  • Unengage any blade that has Salvage Mastery Field Skill.
  • Go to the dock salvage point.
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Is anything missable in Xenoblade 2? ›

There is one Xenoblade Chronicles 2 missable salvage point near Goetuis Wharf #1. There is one treasure trove located to the left of the Yannath Main Gate behind some boxes and there is another behind the locked gate in the Refugee Campground.

How old is Shulk in Xenoblade 2? ›

Shulk is an 18-year-old "Homs" — the game's fictional equivalent of a human. He is the game's primary protagonist, portrayed as favoring "brains over brawn".

Did Xenoblade 2 sell well? ›

The 2022 CESA Games White Papers revealed that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 had sold 2.44 million units worldwide, as of December 31, 2021.

What is Reyn's best weapon? ›

In the case of Reyn, his very best normal weapon, the Atomic Driver, is far better than the Unique option detailed below. Not only does this thing have an excellent damage range, but those defensive bonuses are truly fantastic and three slots will let you get creative with some gem crafting.

Who is the strongest Xenoblade character? ›

As the Architect states, the power they wield is the Conduits power which itself was proven to be the strongest “thing” in the world. Using Pneuma's power, Rex easily overpowers Jin two times and defeats Malos and Artifice Aion with relative ease as well, albeit after a struggle.

Is Zenith the best sword? ›

Zenith is a word defined as "the time/point at which something is at its most strength or successful". This is a reference to the fact that the Zenith is often considered the final and best weapon in the game.

Which Xenoblade is the longest? ›

Xenoblade Chronicles X is easily the longest game in the series, featuring such a massive amount of content that completing it becomes a major challenge.

Is Saltbaker the hardest boss? ›

4 Chef Saltbaker

The hardest boss of the Delicious Last Course DLC has to go to Chef Saltbaker. This chef isn't cooking everything with love, only pain, and suffering. Not only is he downright creepy, but his attack patterns get even more sporadic as time goes on. Given that he's the final boss it only makes sense.

Is Matador the hardest boss? ›

Matador was a compulsory boss fight in Nocturne, where players encountered him in the Great Underpass of Ginza. He would gatekeep the players out from the rest of the game, and in the early parts of Nocturne's progression, he was indeed the hardest boss fight.

Who did Rex marry Xenoblade? ›

Rex's three wives are Pure Good (Pyra), Near Pure Good (Nia), and Inconsistently Admirable (Mythra).

Did Rex and Nia have a baby? ›

At the end of the game, it is revealed through a picture that Rex married Pyra, Mythra and Nia, and had children with all 3.

Who is Rex's daughter in Xenoblade? ›

Glimmer Rhodes (Japanese: カギロイ, Kagiroi) is one of the main protagonists of Xenoblade Chronicles 3: Future Redeemed. She is the daughter of Rex and Pyra who was reincarnated as a medical soldier from Agnus in the world of Aionios.

Who is the god of Xenoblade 2? ›

Praetor Amalthus - The Acting God (From "Xenoblade Chronicles 2")

What is the number 1 favorite chip? ›

What is the most popular chips brand in America? Doritos is the most popular chip brand in America. They're produced by Frito-Lay.

Is Rex in Xenoblade 2? ›

Rex is the main protagonist of Xenoblade Chronicles 2. He is a Driver who harnesses the power of a Blade named Pyra, also known as the legendary Aegis.

Is Rex the first clone? ›

He was amongst the first generation of clones created for the Grand Army of the Republic. Grown to be among the greatest soldiers in the galaxy and a leader, Rex was given additional command training and was promoted to be a Clone Captain in the Grand Army of the Republic.

Are Shulk and Rex alive in Xenoblade 3? ›

Shulk and Rex are long gone, but the Blades and long lived races like the High Entia, Mechon, Indoline would still be around in this world. Rex should still be around if Pyra and Mythra is alive, they're his source of life.

Who replaced Rex? ›

Since Brown couldn't perform, he was replaced by Cattle Decapitation bassist Derek Engemann, who also plays alongside Pantera frontman Phil Anselmo in Philip H. Anselmo and The Illegals, and Scour, a black metal supergroup.

Who is the main villain in Xenoblade? ›

Zanza is the main antagonist of the video game Xenoblade Chronicles. He and his counterpart named Meyneth created the Bionis and the Mechonis, as the new universe in their own image after Klaus stumbled across a way to create a universe many millennia prior to the game's beginning.

Who is God in Xenoblade? ›

Zanza (Japanese: ザンザ; English dub: /ˈzænzə/), originally a human named Klaus (/ˈklaʊs/) and referred to by his venerators as Lord Zanza, is a main character in Xenoblade Chronicles.

Is Jin the bad guy in Xenoblade 2? ›

Jin (in Japanese: シン, Shin) is the central antagonist of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and the protagonist in the prequel story, Torna ~ The Golden Country.

How do I get Kassandra xc2? ›

How to Obtain Kassandra. To add Kassandra to your party, use the Salvage Point at Chansagh Wastes in the Empire of Mor Ardain during high tide. Defeat the Gluttonous Marrin that appears and pick up the Lucky Core Crystal it drops. Have any driver resonate with the crystal and Kassandra will emerge.

How many times can you use overdrive Xenoblade 2? ›

Completing Driver Affinity

You can get a total of 5 Overdrive Protocols by completing each Driver's affinity web.

How do you unlock KOS-MOS in Xenoblade 2? ›

KOS-MOS can be obtained by bonding a driver with a core crystal. Whenever a driver bonds with a core crystal, there is a random chance the driver will receive a rare blade.

Is Xenoblade 2 or 3 longer? ›

"It turns out that the total walkable area in this game is over five times larger than in the second title," Xenoblade Chronicles 3 producer Koh Kojima said.

Is Xenoblade 2 longer than 3? ›

In every game, the main story is divided up into Chapters. Xenoblade Chronicles 1's story consists of 17 Chapters, Xenoblade X's consists of 12 Chapters, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was split somewhat evenly into 10 Chapters. Compared to them, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 has just 7 Chapters.

How long is Xenoblade 2 Golden Country? ›

It should take around 20 hours to complete, and around 40 hours if you go for absolutely everything.

Is Xenoblade bigger than Botw? ›

Breath of the Wild is bigger Land mass wise as it have more or less no water. Xenoblade Chronicles X is bigger map wise (400 square km vs 360 sqaure km).

Do I need to beat Xenoblade 1 and 2 before 3? ›

Thankfully, the answer to this question is a resounding no! As was the case with Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Xenoblade Chronicles X, this latest addition tells an almost entirely separate story that's set in a brand-new world with an all-new cast of characters.

Are Xenoblade 1 and 2 and 3 connected? ›

The world of Xenoblade 3 is the basicly the world of Xeno and Xeno 2 merged together. Why the worlds merged you find out through playing the story. A couple of characters from both Xeno and Xeno 2 show up and they are pivotal to the story of 3.

How do you get Patroka Blade in Xenoblade Chronicles 2? ›

HOW TO OBTAIN PATROKA. Patroka can be obtained by bonding a driver with a core crystal during New Game Plus. Whenever a driver bonds with a core crystal, there is a random chance the driver will receive a rare blade.

How do you get the Shulk blade in Xenoblade 2? ›

Shulk is obtained by entering the Land of Challenge for the first time after purchasing the Expansion Pass, and will be removed from your party when you leave. To permanently add him to your party, complete the challenge battle, "Dino Drama."

How do you get Mikhail blade? ›

HOW TO OBTAIN MIKHAIL. Mikhail can be obtained by speaking to him during the final chapter at Megaflote Base at the World Tree in the Land of Morytha. Mikhail will then be bonded to the actively controlled member of your party, but will require you to swap characters if Tora is being controlled.

How do you get legendary cores in Xenoblade 2? ›

Defeat the enemies, and you will have access to the inside of the belly, which is where the Unique monster is. You can farm him to get the legendary cores, however, we want to do as many Driver combos as possible in one fight, this way, we can at least get a couple of legendary cores per fight.

What is the chance of getting rare blades Xenoblade 2? ›

The most common Rare blades are at 2.44%, and the rarest is a one in a thousand shot (KOS-MOS!!!!). The less rare blades you have, the more likely it is you get one, due to more of them being available. If you have 30 rare blades up, the chances of getting them are pretty good.

Can you use Nia as Blade Xenoblade 2? ›

Nia is one of Rex's Blades in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. She can be freely swapped between her Driver form and her Blade form after her reveal in the Spirit Crucible Elpys.

Is Patroka a blade? ›

After finishing the game and installing Patch (Ver. 1.3. 0), the New Game Plus will be available and will allow to recruit Patroka as a Rare Blade. She can grant tremendous power to her Drivers, Rex, Nia, Zeke or Mòrag, and their allies.

Who married Shulk? ›

ChildrenNikol (son)
OriginColony 9
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How did Shulk become a god? ›

At the same time, Shulk also became a god. The power of the True Monado presumably connected to Shulk, transforming him into this godly status. Shulk's new power as a god gave him the ability to control the future of the world.

Is Shulk mentioned in Xenoblade 3? ›

While Xenoblade Chronicles 3 featured some returning characters from the previous entries, protagonists Rex and Shulk were notably absent, until the trailer for Volume 4 confirmed their return.

How old is Mio in Xenoblade 3? ›

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Age10th term (eq. 19 years)
DesignerMasatsugu Saito
Japanese VAMinami Tsuda
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Is Jin a blade? ›

Jin is a Blade, the so-called "Paragon of Torna", naturally one of the strongest Blades ever known. Unlike other Blades, his Core Crystal is on his forehead rather than his chest, which turns blood red after he becomes a Flesh Eater.

What race is Amalthus? ›


What is the best core chip in Xenoblade 2? ›

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: 6 Best Core Chips
  • 6 Gold Chip.
  • 5 Dilaton Chip.
  • 4 Preon Chip.
  • 3 Moon Matter Chip.
  • 2 Silver Chip.
  • 1 Tachyon Chip.
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What is the fastest way to get core crystals in Xenoblade 2? ›

How to Farm Core Crystals Quickly (Xenoblade Chronicles 2)
  1. Reach Empire of Mor Adain, Anangham #2 Dock.
  3. Unengage any blade that has Salvage Mastery Field Skill.
  4. Go to the dock salvage point.
Jun 21, 2018

Are legendary cores rare? ›

Awarded from Sorties or Archon Hunt upon completion of the third mission, at a very low 0.18% chance.


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