Death End Re;Quest Strain Area Guide

Death End Re;Quest Strain Area Guide

Last updated on February 27th, 2019

In this Death End Re;Quest Strain Area Guide, I’ll be going over what exactly is the Strain Area, the Ludens who inhabit the area, and the resources the area possesses. 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 Strain Area Guide

Players will meet the remaining 3 members of the Ludens in Death End Re;Quest when they reach Chapter 5, then gain access to the Strain Area after completing Chapter 6. In the Strain Area, players can level up their Entoma Queens, Arata’s Codes, talk to the Ludens, enter the Pain Area, and fast travel to any previous discovered area.

The Ludens

The Ludens are a mysterious group of beings whose existt in World’s Odyssey, an anomaly. They aren’t true NPCs nor are they humans. The Ludens consist of Alice, Ripuka, Nova, and Levin, below you will find details about each:

Players will meet Ripuka, the murder and massacres obsessed Luden in Chapter 4.

Alice, the Agent of Desire, usually speaks for the rest of the Ludens. Her peaceful demeanor may cause you to approach her but she will look down on you and others.

Nova, the Agent of Wrath, is an aggressive is a masochist, deriving enjoyment from the infliction of pain.
Levin, the sole male member of the Ludens, and is the Agent of Fear.

Strain Area Resources

The Strain Area offers players a lot of resources which include Arata’s Codes, Entoma Queens and explorable areas.

Arata’s Codes

Alice is in charge of powering up Arata’s Codes

  • Exchange Level 2
    • Turn Field Bugs into magical bugs (reduces field bugs)
      • 2 Elven Dust
  • Exchange Level 3
    • Turn Field Bugs into magical bugs (removes all field bugs)
      • 3 Gowen Grass
  • Exchange Level 2
    • Turn Field Bugs into rapid bugs (reduces field bugs)
      • 2 Elven Dust
  • Exchange Level 3
    • Turn Field Bugs into rapid bugs (removes all field bugs)
      • 2 Ancient Branch
  • Exchange Level 2
    • Turn Field Bugs into decadence bugs (reduces field bugs)
      • 2 Elven Dust
  • Exchange Level 3
    • Turn Field Bugs into decadence bugs (removes all field bugs)
      • 1 Dew Drop
  • Depression Level 2
    • Reduce damage dealt by stepping on Fields Bugs
      • 1 Ancient Branch
  • Depression Level 3
    • Reduce damage dealt by stepping on Fields Bugs
      • 1 Elf’s Heart
  • Antidote (Self) Level 2
    • Decrease all allies’ corruption levels by 40%
      • 1 Odd Candlelight
  • Antidote (Self) Level 3
    • Decrease all allies’ corruption levels by 50%
      • 2 Elf’s Heart
  • Pandemic (Enemy) Level 2
    • Increase all enemies’ corruption levels by 40%
      • 1 Sanatheus Ironware
  • Pandemic (Enemy) Level 3
    • Increase all enemies’ corruption levels by 50%
      • 1 Sanatheus Jewel
  • Antidote (Enemy) Level 2
    • Decrease all allies’ corruption levels by 40%
      • 1 Sanatheus Ironware
  • Antidote (Enemy) Level 3
    • Decrease all allies’ corruption levels by 50%
      • 1 Sanatheus Jewel
  • Innovation Level 2
    • Remove Glitch Mode for allies, and recover HP and SP. (Reduce Field Bugs)
      • 1 Scarlet Dragonscale
  • Innovation Level 3
    • Remove Glitch Mode for allies, and recover HP and SP. (Greatly reduce Field Bugs)
      • 1 Golden Mirror

Entoma Queens

Levin is in charge of powering up the summon-able Entoma Queens.
  • Skala
    • 1 Red Fruit and 1 Bug Tenacles per level until level 6
    • 1 Odd Flower, 1 Heartis Gold, and 2 Bug Wings from level 7 to max level
      • lv 1 128 ATK, 125 MAT, 524 AGI
      • lv 2 182 ATK, 140 MAT, 528 AGI
      • lv 3 196 ATK, 155 MAT, 532 AGI
      • lv 4 210 ATK, 220 MAT, 536 AGI
      • lv 5 224 ATK, 235 MAT, 540 AGI
      • lv 6 238 ATK, 250 MAT, 544 AGI
      • lv 7 252 ATK, 265 MAT, 548 AGI
      • lv 8 266 ATK, 280 MAT, 552 AGI
      • lv 9 280 ATK, 295 MAT, 556 AGI
      • lv 10 564 ATK, 560 MAT, 560 AGI
  • Muga
    • 1 Ring Fragment and 1 Bug Tentacles per level until level 5
    • 2 Ring Fragment and 1 Bug Tenacles from level 6 and 7
    • 1 Palace Brick, 1 Sturfil Ore, and 2 Bug Wings from 8 to max level
      • lv 1 134 ATK, 124 MAT, 720 AGI
      • lv 2 148 ATK, 129 MAT, 724 AGI
      • lv 3 242 ATK, 134 MAT, 728 AGI
      • lv 4 256 ATK, 139 MAT, 732 AGI
      • lv 5 280 ATK, 144 MAT, 736 AGI
      • lv 6 294 ATK, 149 MAT, 740 AGI
      • lv 7 318 ATK, 154 MAT, 744 AGI
      • lv 8 332 ATK, 159 MAT, 748 AGI
      • lv 9 356 ATK, 164 MAT, 752 AGI
      • lv 10 710 ATK, 414 MAT, 756 AGI
  • Ephemera
    • 1 Elven Dust and 1 Bug Tentacles per level until level 4
    • 2 Elven Dust and 1 Bug Tentacles from level 5 until level 6
    • 1 Dew Drop, 1 Battleship Gear, and 2 Bug Wings from level 7 to max level
      • lv 1 104 ATK, 145 MAT, 824 AGI
      • lv 2 188 ATK, 164 MAT, 828 AGI
      • lv 3 192 ATK, 179 MAT, 832 AGI
      • lv 4 196 ATK, 204 MAT, 836 AGI
      • lv 5 200 ATK, 219 MAT, 840 AGI
      • lv 6 204 ATK, 244 MAT, 844 AGI
      • lv 7 238 ATK, 249 MAT, 848 AGI
      • lv 8 302 ATK, 254 MAT, 852 AGI
      • lv 9 326 ATK, 259 MAT, 856 AGI
      • lv 10 330 ATK, 354 MAT, 860 AGI
  • Scorpia
    • 1 Gowen Grass and 1 Bug Tentacles per level until level 6
    • 1 Odd Candlelight, 1 Godot Relic, and 2 Bug Wings from level 7 to max level.
      • lv 1 224 ATK, 105 MAT, 224 AGI
      • lv 2 248 ATK, 140 MAT, 228 AGI
      • lv 3 252 ATK, 185 MAT, 232 AGI
      • lv 4 256 ATK, 240 MAT, 236 AGI
      • lv 5 270 ATK, 255 MAT, 240 AGI
      • lv 6 274 ATK, 290 MAT, 244 AGI
      • lv 7 278 ATK, 305 MAT, 248 AGI
      • lv 8 282 ATK, 320 MAT, 252 AGI
      • lv 9 386 ATK, 325 MAT, 256 AGI
      • lv 10 440 ATK, 380 MAT, 260 AGI
  • Araful
    • 1 Spiderweb and 1 Bug Tentacles per level until level 6
    • 1 Ancient Branch, 1 Elf’s Heart, and 2 Bug Wings from level 7 to max
      • lv 1 224 ATK, 195 MAT, 326 AGI
      • lv 2 238 ATK, 210 MAT, 330 AGI
      • lv 3 252 ATK, 225 MAT, 334 AGI
      • lv 4 266 ATK, 240 MAT, 338 AGI
      • lv 5 280 ATK, 255 MAT, 342 AGI
      • lv 6 304 ATK, 280 MAT, 346 AGI
      • lv 7 328 ATK, 305 MAT, 350 AGI
      • lv 8 352 ATK, 330 MAT, 354 AGI
      • lv 9 376 ATK, 355 MAT, 358 AGI
      • lv 10 430 ATK, 410 MAT, 362 AGI

World Map

In the Strain Area you will be able to Fast Travel to any previously discovered place, below you will find all the points you can come across in Death End Re;Quest.

The House of Beginning

A familiar air lingers here. Every story has its beginning.

Northern Heartis Wilds 

A densely-forested path connecting Heartis to its surrounding areas.

Heartis Palace

A kingdom that commands a fearsome army and a bastion of riches.

The Royal Shipyard of Sturfil

The kingdom by the sea. Home to a once-thriving port.

Tresilaki Wilderness

The path towards the kingdom by the sea.

Godot Ruins, The Phantom Abyss

The remains of the fallen kingdom of Gowen

Sinbick Seed Wilderness

A path leading to Rizaria Forest

Alhaoi Wilderness

A trail that leads to the ruins

Rizaria Forest

A forest inhabited by elves. Legend tells of a hidden village.

Sanatheus Temple

A massive underwater temple in the Tuora Kingdom.


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 4 and Chapter 5.

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