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This page outlines how to effectively synthesize Infinity Missions.

Infinity Missions are a massive pain in the ass disguised as a gameplay feature created by none other than SEGA.

The Code Counter, present in MyShip

Infinity Missions Overview[edit | edit source]

A typical Infinity Mission

Infinity Missions are procedurally generated missions with player customizable Area, Blocks, Boss, Enemies and Enemies Levels. Players are also able to add a variety of Special Effects to the Infinity Mission, to further customize the mission for their own needs. A combination of all these allows the players to create a massive amount of unique missions (not an infinite amount of missions, but pretty close).

Similar to an open mission, an Infinity Mission's objective is to defeat all the enemies present, and then defeat the Boss. No special gimmicks or any FPS mode is involved. Unlike an open mission, however, it's impossible to clear an Infinity Mission without defeating all the enemies.

Each Infinity Mission has several attributes:

  • Code Level: The level of the infinity mission, which can be seen on the mission name. The Code Level is determined by the bonus enemy levels of the mission, and strength of the enemies in the mission, and the amount of special effects attached. The Code Level itself does not provide any gameplay benefits or any functions, and is only used to determine the amount of Synthesis points needed to synthesis the mission with other missions.
  • Boss: The Boss Creature that will appear in the mission. The mission name changes based on the Boss Creature involved. There are a total of 40 possible bosses that can appear in Infinity Missions.
  • Enemy Table 1, 2: The enemies that will spawn in the mission. There are a total of 7 different tables, and 2 different tables of enemies are present in each mission.
  • Enemy Level: The bonus levels the enemies receive, ranging from +1 to +49.
  • Blocks: An Infinity Mission can have 2 or 3 total blocks. The layout of the blocks are chosen randomly from a set of possible layouts, but the amount of enemies in one stays the same.
  • Area: The environment the mission takes place in (technically they are all in a VR simulator, but who cares). There are a total of 10 possible areas.
  • Special Effects: The special effects on the mission. There are a total of 10 different effects, each with 3 different levels, and a total of 5 different effects can be added to an Infinity Mission.
  • Synthesis Points: The points that needs to be consumed to Synthesis an Infinity Mission. The amount accumlated and the amount needed for a Synthesis are both shown.

Infinity Missions are primarily used to spawn large groups of relatively uncommon enemies, such as Nanodragons, which allows the player to pick up their drops in a much easier fashion (compared to running Flaming Horns a dozen more times for the same number of spawns). It also allows the players to make incredibly difficult missions that spawns large groups of difficult enemies, such as Nanodragons, and attach ATK/TEC multipliers onto them for even more pain.

Note that there's an upper limit of 100 Infinity Missions. Once that limit is reached, the player cannot Synthesis Missions or add missions via Mission Discs unless they delete some missions to make space. Deleting missions can be performed from the Code Counter. Deleted missions and their associated sythesis points cannot be recovered, but it's possible to obtain more copies of missions, if they originated from Downloadable content or Planetary Treasury.

Drop Rate Bonus & Elemental Bonus[edit | edit source]

All Infinity Missions has an inherent drop rate bonus and a elemental bonus, which can be seen on the right side of the screen during the mission.

Drop Rate Counter, on the right side of the screen

Drop Bonus[edit | edit source]

The Drop Rate Bonus is determined in the following way:

Drop Rate Formula
[100 + (IM Bonus Enemy Level/50) * 100 + Special Effect Drop Rate + (IM Bonus Enemy Level multiplier)]%
  • IM Bonus Enemy Level Multiplier is 1% for +25~+48, and 2% for +49.

Example:

An Infinity Mission with Bonus Enemy Level at +5, and no Drop Rate Special Effects:

[100 + (5/50) * 100 + 0 + 1]% = 111%

An Infinity Mission with Bonus Enemy Level at +49, and Drop Rate + 30% Special Effect:

[100 + (49/50) * 100 + 30 + 2]% = 230%

  • Note that the drop rates stay the same for all difficulties of the same Infinity Mission

On top of the initial rate, the Drop Bonus also increases as the player defeats enemies during the mission. Therefore, the longer the Infinity Mission is, the higher Drop Rates it can achieve.

Elemental Bonus[edit | edit source]

The Elemental Bonus increases the Elemental Percentage of dropped Weapons or Shield-weaves. The Bonus is directly added to the percentage.

The Elemental Bonus always starts at 0%, and increases as the player defeats enemies during the mission. Therefore, the longer the Infinity Mission is, the higher Elemental Bonus it can achieve.

How to obtain missions[edit | edit source]

Initial[edit | edit source]

The player initially starts with 3 Infinity Missions:

Name Boss Area Enemies I Enemies II Enemy Lv Blocks Special Effect
Giel Beach Lv1 Giel Zohg VR Beach Parum Machinery +5 2 -
Zoal Grove Lv1 Zoal Goug VR Grove Neudaiz Machinery +5 2 -
Duga Tundra Lv1 Duga Dunga VR Tundra Moatoob Machinery +5 2 -

Mission Discs containing these 3 missions can be obtained from the Planetary Treasury.

Mission Discs[edit | edit source]

Read More: Mission Discs

A Mission Disc in the inventory

Mission Discs are special items which drops from Infinity Mission Clear Boxes. These Discs can be spent to obtain new missions at the Code Counter.

All attributes of the mission from the Mission Disc is determined when the Disc is dropped. (Even though the Mission Disc Description only shows the Boss, the area, and the first enemy table).

The attributes are decided in the following ways:

Boss, Area, Enemy Table 1: Determined by the Area and Boss of the mission the disc dropped in.

Enemy Table 2: Randomly selected from the remaining 6 enemy tables.

Enemy Level: Randomly selected between +1 and +49.

Blocks: 70% chance of being 2 blocks, and 30% of being 3 blocks.

Special: 20% chance of not having any. 80% chance of having any one special effect at Lv1, excluding Enemy HP x, Enemy ATK/TEC x, and Enemy ACC x.

Code Level: Automatically determined by the Enemy Level and the Special attached.

Mission Sharing[edit | edit source]

Sending an Infinity Mission

Infinity Missions can be shared between players during Multi-mode. Mission sharing can be done from the Missions Data tab in the menu, and using the Infinity Missions option. Players receive infinity missions from other player using the same menu.

Mission Synthesis[edit | edit source]

Read More: Mission Synthesis, How to Infinity Mission, Basically

Mission Synthesis[edit | edit source]

The Mission Synthesis Screen

Mission Synthesis is the primary way of customizing and obtaining Infinity Missions.

To Synthesis infinity missions, the player needs to pick two missions: the first mission chosen is the Base Mission, and the second mission chosen is the Plus Mission. Both Missions must have the adequate amount of Synthesis points.

The attributes of the new mission is determined as follows:

Boss: Same as the Plus Mission's Boss.

Enemy Table 1: Randomly selected from the Enemy Table 1 of either mission.

Enemy Table 2: Randomly selected from the remaining Enemy Table 1 and the Enemy Table 2 of either mission. It's more likely to pick the remaining Table 1. Will not pick the same table as the picked Table 1.

Enemy Level: The average enemy levels of both missions, and then either increased by a random number between -10 and +10. The final result has a minimum of +1, and a maximum of +49.

Blocks: Randomly selected from the Block count of either mission.

Area: Same as the Base Mission's Area.

Code Level: Automatically determined by the Enemy Level and the Special attached.

Special:

The special effects on the new mission is determined via the following steps:

  1. The special effects from both missions are combined into one pool, dubbed the Potential Effects.
  2. If there are more than 7 effects on the Potential Effects pool (including duplicates), 1 random Lv1 special effect is added into the pool. If there are 9 or more, 2 random Lv1 special effects is added into the pool.
  3. Conflicting Special Effects are removed: Weapon: Attribute Rate and Shield-weave: Attribute Rate that has affects different attributes conflict with one another, and one is randomly removed, while the other one is kept.
  4. If there are two special effects with the same type (i.e. 2 Drop Rate +s): If they are different levels, only the lower one is kept. If they are the same level, the two has a chance of being combined, and getting their levels increased.
  5. After all eliminations from Potential Effects pool is done, a number of special effects is randomly chosen from the pool and applied to the new mission. The number of effects chosen is equal to the size of the left over Potential Effects pool, divided by 2, and then increased by 1. This number also maxes out at 5.

Unfortunately, if neither of the missions have any effects, no effects will be present on the result mission.

After a Synthesis, the new mission is added to the list of Infinity Missions. The two component missions are not consumed as the result of a Synthesis.

It's possible to Synthesis using the same two missions as many times as the player would like; however, the result mission will always be the same, including special effects, enemy tables, area counts, and etc.

Synthesis Points[edit | edit source]

Synthesis points are required to synthesis Infinity Missions. Synthesis points are accumlated per Infinity Mission, and is gained by clearing it. The amount of points accumlated are dependent on the difficulty of the mission:

Difficulty Synthesis Points
C 10
B 20
A 40
S 60
80

The amount of points required for a synthesis is equal to Code Level times 10. An Infinity Mission with Code Level 12 will cost 120 Synthesis points per Synthesis. Both material missions must have sufficient synthesis points in order to conduct the synthesis.

Examples[edit | edit source]

Example 1:

Base Mission Plus Mission Result Mission Explanation
Boss Alterzagohg Shizuru Shizuru Same as the Plus Mission's Boss
Enemy Table 1 Stateria Stateria Stateria Randomly selected from Table 1 of either mission.
Enemy Table 2 Humanoid Parum Parum Since the Table 1 is the same for both missions, randomly selected from Table 2 of either mission.
Enemy Level +46 +38 +42 The average of 46 and 38 (42)
Blocks 2 3 2 Randomly selected from the block count of both missions
Area VR Beach VR Cliffs VR Beach Same as the Base Mission's Area
Special None None None
  • Note that the Base Mission has a Code Level of 12, and the Plus Mission has a Code Level of 13, which requires 120 and 130 Synthesis points respectively to perform this synthesis.

Example 2:

Base Mission Plus Mission Result Mission Explanation
Boss Giel Zohg Mother Brain Mother Brain Same as the Plus Mission's Boss
Enemy Table 1 Parum Machinery Parum Randomly selected from Table 1 of either mission.
Enemy Table 2 Stateria Moatoob Machinery Randomly selected from the remaining Table 1 (Machinery) and the Table 2 of either mission (Stateria or Moatoob)
Enemy Level +23 +46 +25 The average of 46 and 23 (29, rounded down), then changed by -4 (randomly chosen between -10 and +10).
Blocks 2 2 2 Randomly selected from the block count of both missions
Area VR Beach VR Beach VR Beach Same as the Base Mission's Area
Special Wpn: Dark +25% Wpn: Earth + 25% Wpn: Dark + 25% Since the two effects are conflicted, one of the effects, Weapon Earth +, is randomly removed, and the other, Weapon Dark + is kept. Because the effects are removed prior to the combine step, the effects are not upgraded despite being the same rank. There are 1 effect left afterwards, Weapon Dark +. 1 of them (1/2+1 = 1) is randomly chosen and applied to the result mission.

Note that the Base Mission has a Code Level of 6, and the Plus Mission has a Code Level of 13, which requires 60 and 130 Synthesis points respectively to perform this synthesis.

Example 3:

Base Mission Plus Mission Result Mission Explanation
Boss Renvolt Magashi De Ragnus De Ragnus Same as the Plus Mission's Boss
Enemy Table 1 Humanoid Parum Humanoid Randomly selected from Table 1 of either mission.
Enemy Table 2 Machinery Machinery Machinery Randomly selected from the remaining Table 1 (Parum) and the Table 2 of either mission (Machinery or Machinery)
Enemy Level +5 +8 +1 The average of 5 and 8 (6, rounded down), then changed by between -5 and -10 (randomly chosen between -10 and +10), and then moved back to +1, which is the minimum enemy level for all Infinity Missions.
Blocks 3 3 3 Randomly selected from the block count of both missions
Area VR Ruins VR Ruins VR Ruins Same as the Base Mission's Area
Special Wpn: Light +80%

Type Pts +50%

Attribute +3%

XP + 30%

Arm: Fire +80%

XP + 50%

Drops + 30%

Attribute +5%

XP+20%

Arm: Fire +80%

Drops +30%

Attribute +3%

Attribute +3% and Attribute +5% is the same effect but different levels, and the lower one, Attribute +3%, is kept. Same applies for XP+20% and XP+50%, and XP+20% is kept. There are 6 effects left afterwards: Weapon Attribute +, Armor Attribute +, XP+, Drop +, Type Points +, and Attribute +. 4 of them (6/2+1 = 4) is randomly selected and applied to the result mission.
  • Note that the Base Mission has a Code Level of 10, and the Plus Mission has a Code Level of 10, which requires 100 and 100 Synthesis points respectively to perform this synthesis.

Level, Meseta and Type Points[edit | edit source]

The amount of Meseta and Type Points gained from an Infinity Mission is dependent on the Enemy Level, the difficulty of the mission, and the number of enemies defeated.

Enemy Levels Type Points Meseta Difficulty Type Points Meseta #of Enemies Type Points Meseta
+1~10 12 490 C x0.8 x2.0 12~20 x0.5 x0.5
+11~20 14 550 B x1.4 x4.0 21~30 x0.7 x0.7
+21~30 16 600 A x2.0 x7.0 31~40 x0.9 x0.9
+31~40 18 640 S x3.4 x9.0 41~50 x1.1 x1.1
+41~49 20 670 x4.5 x12.0 51~60 x1.3 x1.3
Just use the left side to multiply by the multipliers on the right. 61~70 x1.5 x1.6
71~80 x1.7 x1.9
81+ x1.9 x2.2

For example, if the player clears an Infinity Mission with +20 Enemy Level, at S-difficulty, and defeated 50 enemies, they will gain 14x3.4x1.1=52 points, and 550x9.0x1.1=5445 Meseta.

Areas[edit | edit source]

There are a total of 10 possible areas. The area of a mission is indicated by the mission's name.

Mission Name Mission Name (japanese) Area Area Name
Plains 新緑 VR Plains Raffon Meadow [Parum]
Tundra 白銀 VR Tundra El-Bals [Moatoob]
Cliffs 密林 VR Cliffs Crodog Rainforest [Moatoob]
Grove 繚乱 VR Grove Mizuraki C.D. [Neudaiz]
Den 漆黒 VR Den SEED Hive [Rykros]
Wilds 幻想 VR Wilds Phantasy Star Online VR Simulation Areas [Ragol]
Castle 秘境 VR Castle Castle Ohtori [Neudaiz]
Ruins 覚醒 VR Ruins Raffon Relics Site [Parum]
Beach 常夏 VR Beach Clad 6 Beach Resort Area [Clad 6]
Ark 創生 VR Ark Holy Ark Crowley

Unlike Open Missions, the area of the mission has no relation with the type of enemies spawned, or the boss at the end of the mission.

The designs of each block in a mission is dependent on the area of the mission. However, all blocks will only have one path, with no deviations, regardless of design.

Note that Mission Contraptions will not appear in infinity missions, other than keys, locks, and teleporters. This includes contrapations otherwise very common to their areas, such as water switches in ohtori castle, and poison devices in crodog rainforest.

Bosses[edit | edit source]

There are a total of 40 possible bosses for an infinity mission. The boss of a mission is indicated by the mission's name.

Mission Name Mission Name (japanese) Boss
Ragan 巨獣 De Ragan
Zoal 翼獣 Zoal Goug
Golus 震角獣 Bil De Golus
Ragnus 守護獣 De Ragnus
Alteraz 聖獣 Alterazgohg
Dragon's 炎帝龍 Dragon
Onma 凶飛獣 Onmagoug
Dimma 凶砂獣 Dimmagolus
Gemini 双生獣 Faz'nar Seg'ntar
N'gom 六眼獣 Azn'gom Gijn'gom
Serpent's 蛇獣 De Rol Le
Adahna 機械兵器 Adahna Degahna
Magas 破壊兵器 Magas Maggahna
Reol 多脚兵器 Reol Badia
Duga 重装兵器 Duga Dunga
Wicked 真闇 Dulk Fakis
Fakis 邪神 Dulk Fakis Final
Unholy 暗黒蛇 Dark Falz
Falz 暗黒神 Dark Falz Final
Electro 電脳中枢 Mother Brain
Spritos 侵略者 Orga Spritos
Angel's 太陽神 Orga Angelus
Anastas 堕天 Orga Anastasis
Gaia 地母神 Dol Vaveer
Dyran 邪龍 Orga Dyran
Bravas 刃獣 Dyla Bravas
Giel 殻獣 Giel Zohg
Volna 甲殻兵器 Volna Gravka
Olga 覚醒者 Olga Flow
Flowing 英雄 Olga Flow Final
Dios 破壊神 Dark Falz Dios
Sacred 神獣 Yaoroz
Vol's 三兄弟 Vol Brothers
Neumann's 破壊者 SEED Helga
Wayfarer's 機動兵器 Vivienne
Yunkers' 野生児 Kasch Tribesman
Sol's 太陽王 Shizuru
Crimson 戦闘狂 Renvolt Magashi
Trinity 神兵 Heaven's Mother
Adel's 転生者 Nagisa

Enemy Tables[edit | edit source]

There are a total of 7 enemy tables, each with 5 categories of enemies. Some categories also include Rare Enemies.

Table/Categories 1 2 3 4 5
SEED Galdeen, Jedein, Pannon/Bel Pannon, Sendillan Delp Slami, Delsaban/Deljaban, Gaozoran, Chaos Sorcerer, Orcdillan Darvaguine, Dilnazen, Jusnagun, Seed-Ardite, Seed-Vance/Seed-Vitace, Darbelan (rare), Delnadian (rare) Carriguine, Delbiter, Seed-Argine, Zasharogan, Zoldillan Chaos Bringer, Dark Belra, Indi Belra, Vorgadillan
Stateria Tavalus, Vulgatus Galvapas/Zamvapas, Svaltus, Orgdus (rare) Rygutass, Valiaran, Lutus Jigga (rare) Brigantia, Nargevahl, Svaltia Blade Mother, Force Mother, Ivaras, Shot Mother
Neudaiz Ageeta, Ollaka, Rappy Polec, Sageeta, Rappy (rare), Rappy-Go-Lucky (rare) Goshin, Kakwane, Mil Lily, Mulnuha, Zelumon Booma, Go Booma, Gohmon/Olgohmon, Gol Lily, Gonan, Kudetob, Jigo Booma (rare) Dakamazli, Komazli, Rappy Gugg, Tengohg, Ubakurada, Rappy Igg (rare) Danoamaz, Goran-Garan, Kamatoze
Parum Badira, Go Badira, Polty, Stingee, Jaggo (rare) Distova, Golmoro*, Koltova, Mizura, Volfu, Walmus, Jaggo Rizona (rare) Evil Shark, Flan Blume, Ob Lily*, Pal Shark, Shagreece, Vahra/Go Vahra, Guil Shark (rare) Bal Soza, Gol Dolva, Jarba, Jeris, Polavohra Astark, Bola Vreema, Gainozeros, Grass Assassin
Humanoids AMF Heavy Infantry, Guardians Rosk, Guardians Rosta, Special Ops - Kanohne, Mini Rappy (rare) Armed Servant - Basta, Armed Servant - Obme, Armed Servant - Ozuna, Armed Servant - Taguba, Seed-Cast Sa, Seed-Cast Tw, Seed-Lab Staff (rare) Seed-Cast Kn, Seed-Cast Sh, Special Ops - Assault, Special Ops - Solda, Special Ops - Sparda, Special Ops - Vobis Little Wing Rosk, Little Wing Rosta, Rogue - Jasse, Rogue - Mazz, Rogue - Ogg Ill Gill, Rogue - Wikko
Machinery Bunari Kou-3, Flavit B1, Gravit S7, YG-01K BUGGE, YG-01Z BUG, YG-01U BUGGES (rare) Bysha type-Koh21, Bysha type-Otsu32, Gohma Dilla, Gohma Methna, GSM-05 Seeker, GSM-05B Bomalta, Rappy Machina (rare) Finjer B, Finjer G, Finjer R, GSM-05M Tirentos, Sinow Beat, Sinow Gold (rare) Dilla Griena, Grinna Bete C, Grinna Bete S (rare) Bead Groode, Garanz, Sinow Hidoki, Baranz (rare)
Moatoob Lapucha, Nava Ludda, Naval, Vegga Bul Buna, Jishagara, Poison Lily, Sand Rappy, Nar Lily (rare) Barbarous Wolf, Savage Wolf, Vanda/Vanda Merha, Vanda Orga, Zoona, Rappy Rizona (rare) Bil De Vear, Dago Gujeri, Drua Gohra, Kog Nadd, Lu Duggo Bafal Bragga, Bag Degga, Koko Melodda, Mog Boggo, Nano Dragon, Bil De Melan (rare)

* Despite using a Parum droptable, these enemies appear with group 1 Stateria

Monster Ranks[edit | edit source]

Each block of an infinity mission have a hidden stat, referred to as Monster Rank, which ranges from 1 to 5. The enemies spawned during an infinity mission is dependent on the mission's table 1 and 2, as well as the block's monster rank.

Each monster rank is associated with 4 patterns, which relates to the enemy tables and the category numbers of the tables:

Monster Rank Pattern Category
Table 1 Table 2
1 A 1, 1 1
B 2, 1 1
C 2, 1 2
D 2, 2 2
2 A 3, 1 1
B 3, 1 2
C 3, 2 2
D 4, 1 1
3 A 3, 1 3
B 3, 2 3
C 4, 1 2
D 4, 2 2
4 A 4, 2 3
B 4, 3 3
C 4, 2 4
D 4, 3 4
5 A 5, 2 4
B 5, 4 4
C 5, 3 5
D 5, 5 5

At the start of each block, one of the 4 associated patterns is randomly chosen, which dedicates the categories which enemies can spawn from. Then, three types of enemies are randomly chosen from categories of the chosen number or below, and spawned into the block.

Note that, after categories are decided, it's possible for enemies to not be spawned at all from the decided categories: it's possible for no table 2 enemies to spawn at all in a block, despite being chosen during the previous process.


Examples:

Block Monster Rank Table 1 Table 2 Spawned Enemies Process
1 SEED Humanoids A pattern is randomly chosen (in this case, pattern C), which chooses the category 2 of table 1 (SEED), category 2 of table 2 (Humanoids), and category 1 of table 1 (SEED).

In other words, the three types of possible enemies are from:

category 2 and category 1 of table 1 (SEED)

category 1 of table 1 (SEED)

category 2 and category 1 of table 2 (Humanoids)

When two missions are synthesized, the monster rank of the each of the new blocks becomes the average monster rank of the two material missions of that block (rounded down automatically). This number can also randomly gain +1 or -1 during a synthesis. If the mission only has 2 blocks, the monster rank for block 3 is recorded in the mission, but will not used.

Rare Enemies[edit | edit source]

Each Infinity Mission has a set chance of spawning rare enemies (1% to 8%). This chance is checked at the start of a mission; If rare enemies will spawn, one rare enemy is chosen from all rare enemies in Table 1, and replaces one of the enemy types in the final block.

When two missions are synthesized, the new rare enemy spawn rate is averaged between the two material missions. The rate can gain a +1% or -1% during a synthesis.

Special Effects[edit | edit source]

Name Lv1 Lv2 Lv3 Effect
Weapon: Attribute Rate 25% 50% 80% When a weapon is dropped, there's a (denoted %) chance for it to be (denoted Attribute).
Armor: Attribute Rate 25% 50% 80% When a shield-weave is dropped, there's a (denoted %) chance for it to be (denoted Attribute).
Drop Rate +10% +20% +30% Increases the drop rate of items.
Attribute % +3% +4% +5% When a weapon or shield-weave is dropped, its Attribute % is increased.
EXP Rate +20% +35% +50% Increases the EXP gained from the enemies in the mission (boss included).
Meseta +20% +35% +50% Increases the Meseta gained from Clearing the mission.
Type Points +20% +35% +50% Increases the type points gained from Clearing the mission.
Enemy HP x1.25 x1.1 x0.8 Changes the HP of the enemies in the mission (boss included).
Enemy ATK TEC x1.25 x1.1 x0.8 Changes the ATK/TEC of the enemies in the mission (boss included).
Enemy ACC x1.25 x1.1 x0.8 Changes the ACC of the enemies in the mission (boss included).
Boost Enemy Rate x1.5 x2 x3 Changes the chance that a Boosted enemy will spawn.
  • For Weapon: Attribute Rate and Armor: Attribute Rate, which has 6 different variations (1 for each attribute), only one variation can be present on an Infinity Mission at a time.
  • Enemy HPx, Enemy ATK TECx, and Enemy ACCx cannot be obtained from Mission Discs; they can only be obtained from other existing Infinity Missions (such as Downloadable content or Missions shared by other players), or obtained from Mission Synthesis by synthesizing missions with a total of at least 7 unique Special Effects.

Planetary Treasure[edit | edit source]

Read More: Planetary Treasure

The Planetary Treasure screen at the Code Counter

Planetary Treasures are special trade items that can be traded in at Planetary Treasury.

A planetary treasure is obtained by clearing an Infinity Mission that fulfills the specific requirements. The requirements for each grade of a planetary treasure are different, and they can be found at the Code Counter. A mission that fulfills the conditions are indicated with an icon at the mission selection screen.

Note that clearing the appropriate Infinity Mission only provides a chance of dropping the treasure, with no guarantees. Once any treasure is traded in at the Planetary Treasury, all requirements are replaced with new ones.