Blue Archive Shop Guide

In the Blue Archive, players can assemble teams of different characters. All characters are different, with their pros and cons, so that everyone can choose characters for their style of play. For beginners, it is difficult to understand all the variety of the in-game Shop, so in this guide, we will tell you how to use it effectively.

The Most Important Thing in a Shop

Once you open the shop, you will see four different tabs:

  • Normal
  • Eligma
  • Total assault
  • Tactical Challenge

Let’s start with the Normal Shop. This shop is updated every day and has very useful level-up materials. We strongly recommend that you buy all such content every day, as it will come in handy in the later stages of the game. In addition, in the Normal Shop, you buy goods for credits, so you will not have problems with a lack of money. There are also various Enhancement Stones in this shop. If you do not want to spend real money on the game, we recommend buying the Normal and Lesser Enhancement Stones. Also, a good investment would be Bounty Tickets, which will help you collect a lot of materials to increase the level of EX skills.

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In the Eligma shop, you can buy shards of different characters. We recommend that you only buy those that cannot be obtained by simple farming or through Gacha. For example, Tsubaki can only be obtained through a purchase in the Eligma Shop.

In the Total Assault shop, you can buy shards of several characters, as well as materials for level-up skills and abilities. You will also find Secret Tech Skill there, which is needed for the late game to level up skills to 10.

In the Tactical Challenge shop, Energy Drinks are the priority. You can buy character shards at will, but we do not recommend doing this. Also, when your characters reach level 30-35, you will need Activity Reports, which you can purchase in this shop.

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