Death End Re;Quest Chapter 11 Guide

Death End Re;Quest Chapter 11 Guide

In this Death End Re;Quest Chapter 11 Guide, I’ll be going over the path to clear the final chapter of the game and it’s bosses. 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 11 Guide

For Chapter 11 for Death End Re;Quest, players will be re-visiting the Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia which was introduced in Chapter 10. In an exciting last battle which will test your wits to save the world once and for all!

Monsters in Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia

  • Nefuma 27,900 HP 30 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Alcoshiryo 82,800 HP 30 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Trailey 85800 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Gilshion 92,400 HP 30 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Fryundal 71,800 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Dipsa 60,400 HP 30 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Naiguri 15,870 HP 30 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Keryuneios 72,600 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Tiral 118,000 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Diagma 75,950 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Harpuia 19,200 HP 30 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Shintorubi 35,880 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Muldirawer 45,920 HP 25 SP★ Stars Type
  • Bugrista Needle 54 HP 25 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Bramauto 70,000 HP 30 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Nefuma 27,900 HP 30 SP ☀ Sun Type

Note: Most if not all monsters have an extremely high corruption rate so be careful knocking them over onto bug tiles!

Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia (Middle Level)

Follow the path and use Lily’s Melissa Poison to remove the vines in your way. Use Shina’s Spider Rodeo to climb the scaffold then use Clea’s Avalanche ability to clear the doorway leading to this area’s campsite. Head back to the scaffold, drop down and head left towards the northwest. Pick up the High-Elf Draught and proceed to the end of the path taking the glowing circle.

Slightly ahead on this path will be a small spot to activate Celica’s Air Ride ability, use this to glide over to the lone floating island. Here will lie 1 Devil Fang (100 HP, 412 ATK, 100 MDF) inside a chest. Glide back to the main path and cross the 2 bridges to find 1 Marble in the chest to the right.  A Code Salve 222.0 will be in a chest near the broken bridge. Head South from this location to find 1 High-Elf Draught. Take the glowing circle up and head North to find an invisible bridge. Use Lucil’s Specto Search to create a bridge for yourself and obtain the Apathy Enze. The glowing circle nearby will take you back to the camp if you need to heal or save. Ascend back to the highest plane available to find the Stardust in the south corner. Approaching the ! marker will start a series of fights so be ready for them.

Ripuka, The Slaughterer

Players will fight Ripuka once more in a new battle, she will now have a SP level of 666. She will also be handy in destroying ☾ Moon type characters such as Shina and Clea. The team composition I used was Al, Lucil, and Celica. Have Lucil use triple Phoenix Ray and have Celica use Hone Power and double guard since Ripuka is surrounded by Bug Tiles. Finish Ripuka off with triple Sol Lance from Al.

6,666 HP, 666 SP, ★ Stars Type 66% Corruption

Ripuka’s Attacks

  • Execution Hymn (★ Stars Type)
  • Gravity Smash (★ Stars Type)

Players will have 2 options after the fight:

Either not help or help to assist. If you choose to help, you will battle Ripuka in an amazing fight. She is a formidable adversary and will take all your wits to defeat, so let’s go over some strategies.

Ripuka, The Scarlet Queen

9,999 HP, 666 SP, ★ Stars Type 100% Corruption

Ripuka’s Attacks

  • Execution Hymn (★ Stars Type)
  • Gravity Smash (★ Stars Type)
  • Ripuka Code (★ Stars Type)
  • In Wonderland

Dia Malice 92,666 HP 50 SP ★ Stars Type 100% Corruption

  • In Wonderland
  • Star Vezerg
  • Freeze

Club Malice 92,663 HP 50 SP ★ Stars Type 100% Corruption

  • Forbidden Arts
  • In Wonderland
  • Achewave
  • Achefire

Spade Malice 92,660 HP 500 SP ★ Stars Type 100% Corruption

  • Leafivenogue
  • Valley Fresh
  • In Wonderland

Heart Malice 92,665 HP 50 SP Stars Type 100% Corruption

  • Lunarock
  • In Wonderland
  • Lethargy
  • Lunadyre

Ripuka will have 4 underlings attacking you in addition to her. Do not take them lightly as their large Health pools and skills will intimidate you. Firstly, they are prone to using In Wonderland, a support type skill that raises their parameters (physical attack, magic attack, and speed) often. Combine this power up skill with their original 100% Corruption stats, they get incredibly difficult to kill. Spade Malice can heal for about 18,533 HP so it be best to eliminate Dia Malice first. Their defenses are low enough to have Celica to 1 shot them using Hone Power then a double Aster League.

The next targets to destroy will be Club Malice, Heart Malice, and finally Spade Malice. While it may be tempting to kill Spade Malice first, to negate him from healing everyone else, he actually helps the player by using Valley Fresh which removes all status effects from everyone. Every enemy possesses In Wonderland which means you don’t want to dedicate Lucil’s first skill as Valley Fresh in each turn until its only Ripuka left standing.

Killing Ripuka will take a while to beat since your skills and attacks seem to miss quite frequently, as well as her offensive stats range from 800 to 999 hits, for less than 200 HP. The goal is to position Lucil near bug tiles so her buggy skill can destroy them with every turn, while the other teammates knock Ripuka over them.

Once you can use Arata’s code, players can choose to summon an Entoma Queen or use Codes. I went with Ephemera to recover and strengthen my SP gauge. Despite summoning Ephemera, I used about 3 Enolef’s Ether to recover the whole party’s SP gauges to continue my onslaught on Ripuka. Players may elect to avoid using this item but may only prolong this fight further. Just ensure you can deal more than 699 damage per party member to turn to Ripuka, as the worse case scenario is Ripuka using her Ripuka Code every turn, which deals heavy damage and heals herself. Using this strategy you should be able to defeat her four minions and Ripuka herself.

Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia (Middle Level)

Pick up the Enolef’s Ether at the end of the path and take the glowing circle to ascend to the higher plane. Obtain the Sapphire Flint (250 SP, 200 ATK, 112 AGI) on the right inside a chest. Use Al’s Armo On to traverse pass the lava to reach the glowing circle, which takes you to the last level of this area.

Mystical Sky Capital, Odyssia (Top Level)

Take the left path taking the glowing circle to acquire the Enolef’s Ether before taking the second circle. Cross the bridge, stay towards the left path and use Celica’s Air Glide to grab the Dragon Fang (200 HP, 678 ATK, 200 MDF) in the chest. Backtrack to where you first flew to the Dragon Fang and take the glowing circle up. From here, go right to destroy the bug wall using Clea’s Avalanche ability. Use Armo On to cross the lava to take the circle up. This will lead you to a purple glowing circle that will take you to the final boss of the game. Avoid taking it so we can gather the last items and find the final campsite. To the right will be a wall of ivy that can be melted by Lily’s Melissa Poison.

Take the circle down, obtain the Code Salve 222.0, and use Lucil’s Specto Search to create a bridge. Cross it and to the right (North) part of this section will be a chest containing 3 Golden Mirrors. Take the glowing circle near the invisible bridge you created to gain access to the campsite. Save and rest up as you will tackle the hardest boss to date. Descend from the camp, cross the invisible bridge, then take the normal bridge while keeping left to grab yourself the 50,000 Eni. Take the circle upward, head back to the purple glowing circle and take it upwards. There will be 3 Divine Elixirs to the right. Approach the ! marker to start the fight.

Iris in Entoma Form 100,000 HP 255 SP ☀ Sun Type 100 Corruption

Try to avoid using ★ Stars Type characters and skills as they will receive more damage and deal less. It will be best to attack Iris with ☾ Moon type characters and skills to deal heavy damage. If you can use physical ☾ Moon type attacks you can deal the best damage possible. My team composition was Shina, Lucil, and Clea. Clea will be your DPS queen for this fight if you specc-ed her to be a physical attacker and have access to Azure Bullet.

Iris in Entoma Form Attacks:

  • Cradle (☀ Sun Type)
  • Lethargy
  • Tears of Lament
  • Lament (☀ Sun Type)
  • Demise (☀ Sun Type)
  • Despair (☀ Sun Type)
  • In Wonderland

Start the fight with Lucil using triple Phoenix Ray, Shina using Trally Bloom and double Lunamis Diapathy. Lunamis Imization is an alternative for the first 2 stages but becomes a liability in stage 3 as Iris’ high agility will avoid most attacks. Clea should be able to finish Iris with triple Azure Bullet. Defeating Iris grants players 96,000 Exp.

Final Boss

Iris in Entoma Form 220,000 HP 255 SP ☀ Sun Type 100 Corruption

Start the fight having Lucil use double Phoenix Ray and Deathstroke Therapy on Clea. Depending on positioning Lucil may only be able to pull off Deathstroke Therapy; this is okay as our goal is to buff Clea’s physical attack further. Use Shina’s Rokudian/Rokudein to clear out bug tiles while using Lunamis Diapathy to deal damage to Iris. It’s imperative that every turn you must rid bug tiles. Attempt to position Clea near Shina to provide passive SP recovery for both girls and use triple Azure Bullets on Iris. You may notice you miss more than in stage 1 of this fight; this is normal as each stage Iris stats increase. Continue using the attacks I listed to defeat Iris in her second form. Defeating Iris grants players 144,000 Exp and 1 Enolef’s Ether.

Iris in Entoma Form 640,000 HP 255 SP ☀ Sun Type 100 Corruption

This is where things get thrilling! Iris’ final form can easily 1 shot the whole party, her high agility will cause most of your attacks to miss, and her insane health pool combined with her powerful stats, makes her a fitting end boss for Death End Re;Quest. Position Lucil near bug tiles and use triple Phoenix Ray. Use Shina’s Rokudian/Rokudein to clear out bug tiles while using Lunamis Diapathy to deal damage to Iris. Remember to position Clea near Shina to provide passive SP recovery for both girls and use triple Azure Bullet on Iris.

The most difficult part of this fight are the first 3 turns as bad RNG can lead Iris to use Despair, an AOE multi attack that can destroy the whole party. Our goal is to minimize this occurrence by:

  1. Using Shina’s Rokudian/Rokudein to clear out bug tiles.
  2. Position Lucil near bug tiles to destroy bug tiles after her turn.
  3. Ensure the whole party’s health is full at all times.
  4. Use Divine Protection to negate most damage (this requires having a surplus of Eni to use)
  5. Summon Araful as quick as possible.
    • Having Araful on the field will permanently increase the whole party’s HP by 30%.
    • Avoid using Araful’s attacks as he is meant to be a distraction while buffing our party’s health.
    • Use  Shina’s Rokudian/Rokudein every turn to prolong how long Araful can remain in the field.

Defeating Iris grants players 240,000 Exp

Following this guide you will have successfully defeated the 3 stages of Iris’ Entoma Form and completed the game.

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

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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! 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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