Welcome to this guide on how to Summon Companions in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty. As you progress through the game, you will encounter various powerful warriors that can join your team and help you in your battles.
Companions are known as “Reinforcements” in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty and although these companions usually disappear after their initial appearance, you can summon them as “Reinforcements” during missions to assist you.
Using this guide, you will learn how to summon reinforcements in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty and maximize your chances of success.
How to Summon Companions/Reinforcements
The Nameless Warrior will accompany you throughout most missions in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty. Even though these allies may leave after the mission is done, you can call on them as reinforcements.
You can plant Battle Flags on podiums as you progress through Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty missions. Each Flag serves as a checkpoint along your journey and offers a variety of options. With a Battle Flag planted, you can return to that location and use its benefits to better navigate and conquer challenges.
Reinforcements are one of the options available when you interact with a Battle Flag in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty.
If you select this option, you will be able to view a list of companions you can summon to assist you in the Mission. Summoning a companion requires one Tiger Seal per summon.
In most Missions, you can collect Tiger Seals by defeating enemies or finding them randomly.
With the ability to summon reinforcements at your disposal, you’ll be better equipped to face the challenges that await you in Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty.
Support from your allies may make it worthwhile to keep them by your side, but in some cases, you may need to tackle a mission alone or replace your current ally.
In Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty, you have the option to dispel reinforcements from your side by using the Willow Branch item. Choose the Willow Branch from your inventory, then click “Use”.
How to Level Up Companions
You can level up your Reinforcements quickly by using Cups of Cordiality, which are rare drops from defeated enemies or found in treasure chests.
From your Reinforcements list, select the ally you wish to level up and press either the Triangle button on the DualShock controller or the Y button on the Xbox controller.
You’ll receive your companion’s gear when you level up your Reinforcements to the maximum Oath Level of 10.
You can claim this gear by going to Deliveries at the bottom of the Battle Flag menu. When you use the Cup of Cordiality and maximize your Reinforcement’s Oath Level, you’ll unlock powerful gear to help you on your journey.
Every Reinforcement in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty has an Oath Level. Due to their lower level cap, your allies level up more slowly. Moreover, some compansions are much better in combat than others.
Companions Effects and Abilities
|Second Effect (Oath Level 5)
|+4.0% damage to enemies with negative effects
|Detection of marking flags
|Removing negative effects after a fatal strike
|Damage from melee attacks restores HP
|Damage received -2.4%
|Restore HP after deflecting a critical blow +36
|Damage received from ranged attacks -2.9%
|Martial Arts Damage Reduction
|Damage from martial arts is up 3.6%
|Damage received while attacking -2.9%
|HP restored by 2.4%
|Obtention of Genuine Qi +9.6%
|+4.2% Ranged Attack Damage
|Ranged Attack Ammo Retrieval 7.2%
|Ranged attacks deal more damage to enemies
|+1 Ammo Replenishment Upon Fatal Strike
|Damage from Spirit Attacks is up 3.6%
|+18 Spirit Sustainability
|Wizardry Spell Spirit Consumption -2.6%
|Wizardry Spell Damage +4.0%
|HP recovery upon Fatal Strike +24
|Fatal Strike Damage +4.6%
|Alliance Spirit Defense +24
|Spirit Gain from Normal Attacks +3.5%
|Spirit Damage Received while Attacking -3.5%
|7.2% Status Effects Resistance
|2.2% drop in spirit consumption
|Accumulation of enemy status effects +7.2%
|Duration of negative effects on enemies +3.6%
|Gain power after a fatal strike.
|Spirit consumption for the Marian Arts -2.6
|Gain from deflecting +4.0%
|Gain of 6.0% in morale rank points
That’s all you need to know on how to summon reinforcements in Wo Long Fallen Dynasty.