Death End Re;Quest Chapter 10 Guide

Death End Re;Quest Chapter 10 Guide

In this Death End Re;Quest Chapter 10 Guide, I’ll be going over the path to clear the tenth chapter of the game and its boss. Death End Re;Quest is a unique RPG game that merges the typical JRPG and allows players to convert it into a fighting game, shooter, or even a slot game. There are other subtle quirks that the game possesses that will be simple to execute but difficult to master.

Death End Re;Quest Chapter 10 Guide

For Chapter 10 of Death End Re;Quest, players will be heading towards the Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia from the teleporter located in the Sanatheus Temple to fight 2 bosses.

Sanatheus Temple

From the Sanatheus Temple campsite, head right, then take a left to reach the teleporter. Activate it to reach Odyssia, the Mystical Sky Capital which is the the final area in the game.

Monsters in Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia

  • Manimeio 16,800 Hp 25 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Chirips 47,000 HP 25 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Hyonuru 61,020 HP 25 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Firicgalea 111,200 HP 25 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Norvoerma 135,000 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Anemo 35,520 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Pikorus 65,500 HP 25 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Enansmigo 91,000 HP 25 SP Sun Type
  • Purcorsi 29,870 HP 25 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Getis 75,400 HP 25 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Gordia 146,560 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Bugurian Form 38 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Diarimal 81,000 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Amukamia 25,380 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Lancerhorn 55,480 HP 25 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Hermes Air 95,800 HP 25 SP ★ Stars Type

Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia (Lower Level)

From the entrance head straight around the bend to the left to find 1 Divine Buster (400 HP ,71 SP, 325 ATK) in the chest tucked away. Walk over to the glowing circle on the right side of the map to be moved onto the higher level. There will be another glowing circle that will send you to the area’s campsite. Save and rest before heading back down. Take the path on your right to reach the next area. Diagonally from where you are dropped off at will be 1 Nightmare Horn (300 HP, 60 SP, 295 ATK, 50 DEF, 60 MAT, 90 MDF, 71 AGI) Walk over to the ! marker to fight the Entoma Queen of this area.

Rafid 650,000 HP, 255 SP ☀ Sun Type 100 Corruption

Using healing skills in Rafid’s presence will cause her to auto counter during your turn. It will be best to attack Rafid with ☾ Moon type characters and skills to deal heavy damage. Try to avoid using ★ Stars Type characters and skills as they will receive more damage and deal less.

My team composition was Shina, Lucil, and Clea. If you trained Shina well she should have access to the ☾ Moon type skills Lunamispolo, Rokudein, Rokudian, and Lunamis Diapathy. Use Rokudein or Rokudian to get rid of the bug tiles quicker to be able to use Arata’s Codes. I opted to go straight DPS and use Trally Bloom followed by Lunamis Diapathy, Lunamis Diapathy. If SP gets low use Lunamis.

For Lucil she should use mostly triple Phoenix Ray to deal damage and Phoenix Tune to recover SP. Since Rafid will counter if she uses any healing skills, be careful taking damage early in the fight.

Clea should use whichever type (physical or magic attacker) you have trained her with and use her most powerful skills. For physical attackers use the various “Bullets” skills and for magic attackers use: Moon Flash, Moon Beam, Moon Laser followed by Quake Shatterer. Position Clea near Shina so Clea can recover both girls’ SP after her turn.

When the bug tiles are under 50% use Arata to summon Ephemera to recover and strengthen the team’s SP. Hopefully due to a heighten SP bar Shina should have enough to pull a triple Lunamis Diapathy and perhaps learn Lunamis Imization. If you want to know more about each characters strengths and weakness check out our Death End Re;Quest All Girls Guide. Defeating Rafid grants players 154,080 Exp, 16,000 Eni*, and 1 Ultra Ogre Brew.

*Since Clea was used in battle Eni received will be more than normal.

Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia (Lower Level)

After defeating Rafid head back to camp to heal everyone and save if needed. Travel back to where Rafid was located and head North across the bridge. To the right will be a glowing circle that takes you to a higher plane that contains 1 Ruined Sword (100 HP, 256 ATK, 200 DEF, 90 MAT, 110 MDF, 142 AGI) located in a chest found there. Drop back down and obtain the ZPB-201 (201 SP, 180 ATK, 100 AGI) located behind the pillar. Take the path on the right side to reach another glowing circle taking you higher up. Pick up the Perfect Infinity (300 HP, 100 SP, 300 ATK, 70 DEF, 200 MAT, 50 DEF) on the right-hand side. Continue on this path to find 1 Deist Mana Cross at the end.

Take the first glowing circle while on the way back from the path to ascend one more plane. Watch the cutscene triggered by the ! marker, then save if needed before proceeding down the path to the next marker. Travel back to the lower level and approach the ! marker to enter the next series of fights.

Celica Clayton

Players will face off again Celica in two different modes:

Celica Clayton, the Monarch Adventurer in Glitch Mode 7,000 HP 50 SP ★ Stars Type 100 Corruption

Attacking Celica with ☀ Sun type characters and skills will deal heavy damage to her. She is somewhat fragile as a triple Phoenix Ray from Lucil, will be able to defeat her in 1 turn. In case this doesn’t happen to you, have your team members use ☀ Sun skills and she won’t be alive long. My team composition was Shina, Lucil, and Al. Defeating Celica grants players 57,600 Exp and 1 Code Salve 222.0.

Celica Clayton Redux 9,999 HP 50 SP ★ Stars Type 100 Corruption

For this fight, Celica will live up to her moniker of being the legendary adventurer. She is tanky, deals damage and recovers health almost in every turn. Unlike the first encounter with Celica, she will know to counter all ☀ Sun type characters and skills, so this means we will have to adjust our gameplan. Luckily Shina, Lucil, and Al all have ★ Stars type skills. Lucil has Starwell, while both Shina and Al  have Stareig and Stark. Defeating Celica grants players 129,600 Exp and 1 Code Salve 222.0.

Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia (Lower Level)

Once Celica has been defeated twice, approach the ! marker to start the final boss fight of this chapter. Be sure to equipped Shina with your strongest equipment as this will be important with the next boss as Shina will be fighting it alone.

Heaven’s Messenger 999,999 HP 255 SP ☀ Sun Type

Players will only have Shina to fight Heaven’s Messenger. Use Shina’s most powerful ☾ Moon type skills to quickly decimate Heaven’s Messenger. If players have enough SP proceed to use Trally Bloom, Lunamis Imization, and Lunamispolo. This will cut roughly 95% of the boss’ health pool. Simply use triple Lunamis to finish him off. Defeating Heaven’s Messenger grants players 180,000 Exp, and 99,999 Eni.

Heaven’s Messenger’s attacks:

  • Stomp ☀ Sun Type
  • Alpha Beam ☀ Sun Type

Following this guide you will have successfully defeated Celica and Heaven’s Messenger!

In this chapter you will be able to access new shop wares, below you’ll find the item, their cost and their benefit:

Shop Wares

  • Patch 1.o
    • Costs 200 Eni
      • Heals 100 HP
  • Patch 2.o
    • Costs 200 Eni
      • Heals 300 HP
  • Patch 3.o
    • Costs 6,600 Eni
      • Heals 600 HP
  • Patch 4.o
    • Costs 10,000 Eni
      • Heals 1000 HP
  • Elf Tonic
    • Costs 600 Eni
      • Heals 100 SP
  • High-Elf Draught
    • Costs 5,000 Eni
      • Heals 999 SP
  • Enolef’s Ether
    • Costs 12,000 Eni
      • Heals 999 SP to those in range
  • Ogre Cold Brew
    • Costs 420 Eni
      • Fully revives all units within range
  • Panacea
    • Costs 100 Eni
      • Removes all debuffs and status effects
  • Bug Tentacles
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Bug Wings
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Bug Exuvia
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Red Fruit
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Odd Flower
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Ring Fragment
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Palace Brick
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Spiderweb
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Sturfil Ore
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Gowen Grass
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Odd Candlelight
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Elven Dust
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Ancient Branch
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Sanatheus Stone
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Sanatheus Ironware
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Crimson Ash
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Scarlet Dragonscale
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Blaze Stone
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
  • Knight’s Sword
    • 86,000 Eni
      • 250 ATK, 200 DEF, 78 AGI
  • Oldia Sword
    • Costs 62,000
      • 245 ATK, 140 DEF, 90 MAT, 110 MDF
  • Rain Sword
    • Costs 38,600 Eni
      • 200 ATK, 100 MDF, 60 AGI
  • Limit Sword
    • Costs 17,200 Eni
      • 150 ATK, 100 DEF, 60 MAT, 10 MDF
  • Levon Sword
    • Costs 12,000 Eni
      • 145 ATK, 50 MAT, 100 MDF
  • Zirconia Magia
    • Costs 8,400 Eni
      • 102 ATK, 40 MAT
  • Spinal Sword
    • Costs 7600 Eni
      • 87 ATK
  •  Calcolsmagear
    • Costs 600 Eni
      • 9 ATK, 40 MAT
  • Mirage Fang Drive
    • Costs 98,600 Eni
      • 211 ATK, 50 MAT, 80 AGI
  • Sage Mana Cross
    • Costs 76,000 Eni
      • 199 ATK, 30 MAT, 90 MDF
  • Yuonis Bow
    • Costs 53,600 Eni
      • 177 ATK, 30 MAT, 100 MDF
  • Petro Wing Bow
    • Costs 35,400 Eni
      • 133 ATK, 60 AGI
  • Sister Mana Cross
    • Costs 36,400 Eni
      • 111 ATK, 30 MAT, 60 MDF
  • Alpha Wing Bow
    • Costs 14,800 Eni
      • 77 ATK, 40 AGI
  • White Fang Drive
    • Costs 11,000 Eni
      • 100 HP, 66 ATK, 50 MAT
  • Alba Bow
    • Costs 7,400 Eni
      • 100 HP, 66 ATK
  • Green Fang Drive
    • Costs 6200 Eni
      • 70 HP, 33 ATK, 50 MAT
  • Bulti Bow
    • Costs 1000 Eni
      • 150 HP, 22 ATK
  • Succuhorn
    • Costs 88,000 Eni
      • 280 HP, 410 ATK, 64 AGI
  • Evil Quartz
    • Costs 65,000 Eni
      • 300 HP, 250 ATK, 60 MAT, 90 MDF
  • Cyan Quartz
    • Costs 48,000 Eni
      • 200 HP, 170 ATK, 60 MAT, 60 MDF
  • Grim Horn
    • Costs 39,000 Eni
      • 200 HP, 166 ATK, 42 AGI
  • Branch Phonspear
    • Costs 16,800 Eni
      • 200 HP, 132 ATK, 60 MAT, 60 MDF
  • Fifty Degrees
    • Costs 9,400 Eni
      • 150 HP, 117 ATK, 60 DEF
  • Yellow Quartz
    • Costs 8,000 Eni
      • 125 HP, 45 ATK, 60 MAT, 60 MDF
  • Sakuhon Spear
    • Costs 6200 Eni
      • 50 HP 20 ATK, 60 DEF
  • ZPG-200
    • Costs 40,000 Eni
      • 200 SP, 180 ATK, 100 MDF
  • Manaflint
    • Costs 30,000 Eni
      • 250 SP, 120 ATK, 100 MAT
  • Viostar II
    • Costs 26,000 Eni
      • 150 ATK, 100 DEF, 60 MAT, 10 MDF
  •  Goldfinger
    • Costs 8,400 Eni
      • 150 SP, 180 ATK
  • Akari Iron
    • Costs 5,200
      • 125 SP, 48 ATK
  •  Viostar
    • Costs 5,200
      • 150 SP, 5 ATK, 5 DEF
  •  ZPS-100
    • Costs 5,200 Eni
      • 100 SP, 35 ATK, 100 MAT
  • Anz Enze
    • Costs 90,000 Eni
      • 300 ATK, 200 MAT, 180 MDF, 110 AGI
  • Fun Evil
    • Costs 48,000 Eni
      • 600 HP, 234 ATK
  • Passable Enze
    • Costs 37,000 Eni
      • 50ATK, 110 MAT, 145 MDF, 60 AGI
  • Fun Evil
    • Costs 48,000 Eni
      • 600 HP, 234 ATK
  • Passable Enze
    • Costs 37,000 Eni
      • 50 ATK, 110 MAT, 145 MDF, 60 AGI
  • Stella Evil
    • Costs 22,000 Eni
      • 500 HP, 172 ATK
  •  Dementation
    • Costs 19,000 Eni
      • 200 HP, 100 ATK
  • Mid Ilune
    • Costs 91,000 Eni
      • 312 ATK
  • Beast Fang
    • Costs 70,000 Eni
      • 262 ATK
  • Proto Infinity
    • Costs 54,000 Eni
      • 85 HP, 52 SP, 178 ATK, 45 DEF, 62 MAT, 35 MDF
  • Royal Buster
    • Costs 36,000 Eni
      • 32 SP, 103 ATK
  • Magic Bracelet Lv MAX
    • Costs 250,000 Eni
      • 110 DEF, 320 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 10
    • Costs 100,000 Eni
      • 100 DEF, 200 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 9
    • Costs 70,000 Eni
      • 90 DEF, 180 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 8
    • Costs 50,000 Eni
      • 80 DEF, 160 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 7
    • Costs 40,000 Eni
      • 70 DEF, 140 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 6
    • Costs 31,000 Eni
      • 60 DEF, 120 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 5
    • Costs 20,000 Eni
      • 50 DEF, 100 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 4
    • Costs 12,000 Eni
      • 40 DEF, 80 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 3
    • Costs 9,200 Eni
      • 30 DEF, 60 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 2
    • Costs 5,300 Eni
      • 20 DEF, 40 MDF
  • Magic Bracelet Lv 1
    • Costs 1,750 Eni
      • 10 DEF, 25 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv MAX
    • Costs 371,000 Eni
      • 250 DEF, 110 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 10
    • Costs 150,000 Eni
      • 200 DEF, 100 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 9
    • Costs 84,000 Eni
      • 180 DEF, 90 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 8
    • Costs 69,000 Eni
      • 160 DEF, 80 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 7
    • Costs 39,000 Eni
      • 140 DEF, 70 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 6
    • Costs 39,000 Eni
      • 120 DEF, 60 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 5
    • Costs 28,000 Eni
      • 100 DEF, 50 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 4
    • Costs 16,000 Eni
      • 80 DEF, 40 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 3
    • Costs 11,000 Eni
      • 60 DEF, 30 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 2
    • Costs 7,000 Eni
      • 40 DEF, 20 MDF
  • Guard Bracelet Lv 1
    • Costs 3,000 Eni
      • 25 DEF, 10 MDF
  • Brawn Ring
    • Costs 40,000 Eni
      • 300 HP
  • Magic Ring
    • Costs 6,000 Eni
      • 50 SP
  • Attack Ring
    • Costs 35,000 Eni
      • 100 ATK
  • Will Ring
    • Costs 25,000 Eni
      • 50 MAT
  • Defense Ring
    • Costs 25,000 Eni
      • 50 DEF
  • Mindful Ring
    • Costs 7,500 Eni
      • 50 MDF
  • Rapid Ring
    • Costs 3,000 Eni
      • 50 AGI

Shop Sidequests

  • No New Sidequests

To see this guide in action see it here:

To see the cutscenes from this chapter watch them here:

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If you enjoyed our guide be sure to find out what we thought of the game in our Death End Re;Quest Review. You can also check out further guides with our Death End Re;Quest Starter Guide & Tips as well as our Death End Re;Quest Trophy Guide to learn how to platinum this game! Read our step-by-step chapter guides in Prologue Chapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4Chapter 5, Chapter 6, Chapter 7, Chapter 8 and Chapter 9. If you want an aid to help you get through each chapter as well as guide you in DLC chapters and more be sure to check out next Death End Re;Quest 100% Strategy Guide.

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