Death End Re;Quest Chapter 8 Guide

Death End Re;Quest Chapter 8 Guide

Last updated on March 18th, 2019

In this Death End Re;Quest Chapter 8 Guide, I’ll be going over the path to clear the eighth chapter of the game and it’s 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 8 Guide

For Chapter 8 in Death End Re;Quest, players will be returning to an area they know well, Godot Ruins. This area was the main area in Chapter 3 and the general focus in Chapter 8. Be careful as all the enemies have been leveled up from before. Use type advantages to avoid being counter action-ed against and to deal a good amount of damage.

Godot Ruins (Outskirts)

From the Outskirts campsite, head down the tree branch and cross the top right bridge. Make a left to travel up the path leading to the next bridge. Enter through the gate, ascend the tree root, and then make a right. Make your way down from the high plaza and continue right to enter the next area.

Monsters in Godot Ruins (Central Clock Tower Square)

  • Paranosis 23,930 HP 15 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Tirepsi 13,630 HP 10 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Mafiria 12,680 HP 25 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Meigaruhima 37,860 HP 20 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Dueldomey 87,780 HP 25 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Faundia 43,780 HP 15 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Valmetro 52,000 HP 10 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Tanator Eye 92,240 HP 50 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Gowen Soldier 33,780 HP 35 SP ☀ Sun Type
  • Sickdoom 67,360 HP 20 SP ★ Stars Type
  • Zest Aera 43,510 HP 20 SP ☾ Moon Type
  • Fortism 4,154 HP 10 SP ☾ Moon Type

Godot Ruins (Central Clock Tower Square)

From the entrance head left to pick up the 1 Enolef’s Ether found in the chest. Turn around, head straight across the bridge to find 1 Innocent Enze (230 ATK, 130 MAT, 180 MDF, 70 AGI) on the right and 1 Key Item on the left. Cross over the bridge once more to find the Lapse Wing Bow (188 ATK, 30 DEF, 70 AGI) on the left. Across from the chest will be a tree root that leads to this area’s campsite and a ! cutscene marker.

Switch to the real world to advance the story a bit then return back to the World’s Odyssey. Rest and save at the camp before heading towards the next ! marker as this will lead to several back to back fights.

Ripuka, The Slaughterer 6666 HP, 66 SP ★ Stars Type

Players will fight Ripuka once more in a new battle, she will now have a HP level of 6666. The team composition I used was Shina, Lucil, and Celica. Have Celica use Hone Power and double guard since Ripuka is surrounded by Bug Tiles. Position Shina so she can use Trally Bloom, and double Achewave to injure Ripuka. Next have Lucil use triple Phoenix Ray. If you’re team level is high and got good RNG, Ripuka should be defeated by now. For most, she will attack Shina with Execution Hymn, a Star Type skill which will cut about 50% of Shina’s health. Finish Ripuka off with triple Astate from Celica. Now be ready to fight another party member.

Lucil Filarete, the Half Elf in Glitch Mode 2124 HP 250 SP 100% Corruption ☀ Sun Type

During this encounter Lucil is quite fragile, needing only 1 full rotation of your party’s attacks to defeat her. If you trained Shina well she should have access to ☀ Sun type skills so use them (Ache, Achewave) while Celica should be using her most powerful attacks (Aster League, Aster Plaza, Asteria). Al should use Sol Lance only.If you want to know more about each characters strengths and weakness check out our Death End Re;Quest All Girls Guide. Defeating Al grants players 47,520 Exp, and 1 Ultra Ogre Brew.

Lucil Filarete Redux (Glitch Mode) 4769 HP 250 SP 100% Corruption ☀ Sun Type

Lucil will absolutely destroy your party if you don’t pay attention to types. Avoid using ★ Stars Types in the lead team (Lily & Celica) as Lucil will deal massive damage to them. Attacking her with ☾ Moon type characters and skills will cause her to auto counter your attack. Fight Lucil with ☀ Sun and ★ Star Types skills for the best advantage. She is much more tank-ier than your first encounter so be wary of this.

If you have trained Shina well, she should have access to ☀ Sun type skills so use them to your advantage (Ache, Achewave) while Celica should be using her most powerful attacks (Aster League, Aster Plaza, Asteria). Al should use Sol Lance only. Switch characters if you need so for extra attack or defense.

Using Lily to heal the party while the other team members purposely regain their SP by walking over bug tiles in order to use their most powerful moves is a great tactic. It be best to defeat Lucil as soon as possible as her attacks can poison your team, as well as her strong DPS and defenses can make a long fight quite arduous if its unplanned. If you want to know more about each characters strengths and weakness check out our Death End Re;Quest All Girls Guide. Defeating Lucil grants players 143,520 Exp, and 1 Ultra Ogre Brew.

Finishing Godot Ruins (Central Clock Tower Square)

After the fights use Shina’s ability to climb up the scaffold and cross the bridges to find a Sun Blade (220 ATK, 90 MAT, 105 MDF) at the end. Drop down from the second round plaza to find the Beast Clan Insert below, once acquired make your way back to the campsite.

Save back at camp and switch to the real world to experience a cutscene. Afterwards its time to log back into World’s Odyssey.

Now head down the left root leading back to the start of the area and make a right. There will be a Viostar IILT (200 SP, 140 ATK, 140 DEF) tucked in a chest in the left corner. Head to the right, use Al’s Armo On ability to cross the poison bog to obtain the Portcur Horn (250 HP, 324 ATK, 58 AGI). Proceed to the ! marker near the right side of the map to watch another cutscene. Walk towards the left side of the map to find the Remote Buster (65 HP 67 SP, 300 ATK). Finally interact with the last ! marker.

Boss: Hiraru Sol

Start the fight having Celica use Hone Power and double Aster League into some bug tiles. Better to fully corrupt Hiraru Sol then to accidentally corrupt him later on, as he regains all his lost health. If you want to fight him without 100% corruption, make sure Shina uses Rokudein and Rokudian to clear out the bug tiles. Have Shina use Trally Bloom and Lunamis to gauge out his power. Use Clea’s triple Azure Bullets to knock Hiraru Sol off the walls to injure him further, as bouncing him off your teammates won’t be as effective. Walls deal roughly 26,000 damage while teammate damage deals a range from 807 to 2,000.

Hiraru Sol 331,000 HP 40 SP ☀ Sun Type 95% Corruption

Celica should use her most powerful attacks to exhaust her SP quickly. Save at least 40 SP for Shina to revive Celica just in case. Lunamis Diapathy will cut a huge chunk of health from the boss once Shina uses it. Continue having Clea use triple Azure Bullets and this fight end in your favour in no time. If you need to, remember to call on your Entoma Queens. If you want to know more about each characters strengths and weakness check out our Death End Re;Quest All Girls Guide. Defeating Hiraru Sol grants players 16,800 Exp, 2720 Eni, and 1 Enolef’s Ether.

Following this guide you will have successfully saved Lucil and defeated Hiraru Sol.

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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 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 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

  • Blaze It Up
    • Harvest 2 Blaze Stone
      • Reward is 1 Guard Bracelet Level 10
  • Losing My Marbles
    • Harvest 2 Marble
      • Reward is 1 Magic Ring
  • Stardust
    • Harvest 2 Stardust
      • Reward is 1 Magic Bracelet Level 10
  • Golden Mirror Shard
    • Harvest 2 Golden Mirror
      • Reward is 1 Guard Bracelet Level Max

To see this guide in action see it here:

To see this chapter’s cutscenes watch it here:


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 and Chapter 7.

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