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Lost Souls are crucial side-quests in Oninaki which reward you with a useful resource to upgrade Dameon skills. Below we’ve briefed the locations for the NPC you’ll need to interact with to trigger the Lost Souls quests in Oninaki, as well as for instructions to complete them. Oninaki Lost Souls Locations Lost Souls are special side-quests in Oninaki which are acquired from a specific Lost Souls NPC who likes to travel around the world. These are simple and short quests that reward you with Null Stones for completion. Null Stones are required to unlock Nodes and upgrade Daemon skills in Oninaki. Confident Alchemist At the above location on Shadestone Quarry, use a weapon with 200 attack stat or higher to finish the quest. Devoted Woman Head to the above location to trigger and complete the quest. Enlightened Man At the above location, wield a weapon of 150 attack stat or…

Null Stones are closely connected to developing the Daemon skill tree in Oninaki. Thus it’s imperative to know where to find such a resource. In our guide below, we’ll describe methods of how to acquire Null Stones, particularly from chests and side quests. Find Null Stones in Oninaki In the Daemon skill tree, unlocking nodes and upgrading Daemons both require the use of Null Stones. These will help you flesh out your skills and make your character a more menacing threat in Oninaki. The most reliable method of acquiring Null Stones is through completing various side-quests. Specifically speaking you will need to speak with the Lost Souls NPC who can be found at various locations on the map. He’ll give you specific tasks to be completed, all short and relatively easy. Once you complete each Lost Souls quest, you’ll be guaranteed a  Null Stone as the reward. The other method…

The sprawling world of Oninaki is filled with lots of interesting stuff to do and people to meet. Sometimes to cut the work and time short you might benefit from using the fast-travel points. Find out how to unlock fast travel points and utilize them below in our Ooninaki Fast Travel Guide. Oninaki Fast Travel Guide The option for fast travel is unlocked very early on in the game. All you’ll have to do is to complete the opening prologue of Oninaki. Once you’ve finished the first mission, you can navigate to any save point, called Save Stones in the game, which heals you if you get close to them. Once you’ve discovered a Save Stone it will be displayed on the map for you to interact and fast-travel to. On the map that you access from the options, choose Fast Travel to highlight all the Save Stones you’ve uncovered…

Oninaki is a massive game with lots of things to do and lots of challenges to face. Sometimes, you might find a task a tad bit difficult. This may make or break your momentum and may affect the overall experience. To help you with that, we’ve instructed below on how to change difficulty mid-game in Oninaki. Change Difficulty in Oninaki At the start of the game, you’re given three options of difficulty levels to choose from Casual, Normal and Maniac. The decision you make here won’t be irreversible so that’s a relief. Whenever you hit a brick wall in the game, in terms of difficulty spike you can switch the difficulty in your playthrough of the game without needing to start a new campaign. To change the difficulty, you need to navigate to a Save Station. Here interact with it to open up the menu that allows you to change…