The housing system in Illusion Connect is quite interesting and rewarding. The Muscipula helps you gain extra stats to become stronger, and rewards you with plenty of resources to keep going. So, in today’s article I am going to give you a complete Illusion Connect Muscipula guide to help you understand everything there is to know about it.

You should always upgrade the Tree of Eternity

The Tree is basically one of the most important features. With each upgrade, it will let you upgrade the other rooms and increase the number of functional furniture you have in the house (Books, Frame Lights, Carts, Chairs).

– Tree of Eternity location is Lounge.

Build all the functional furniture you can

As I previously mentioned, the functional furniture is:

– Books
– Frame Lights
– Dessert Cart
– Single Deck Chair
– Double Bed

They give you rewards based on the number of items you have placed and their level. So, you want to always max these out by upgrading them.

Books

– They increase the maximum Energy you have when deploying heroes on your team. (so you don’t get penalty for going over the Energy limit)

– They don’t produce anything else over time.

– Location: Otaku Room

Dessert Cart

– It keeps producing Gold over time, and can also store Gold (until you collect it).

– Upgrading it will increase the Gold you get overtime and the maximum amount of Gold it can store.

– Location: Pastry Room

Single Deck Chair

– It keeps producing Crystals over time, and can also store Crystals (until you collect them).

– Upgrading it will increase the Crystals you get overtime and the maximum amount of Crystals it can store.

– Location: Hot Spring

Double Bed

– It increases the number of partners you can have on your team.

– Upgrading it increases the maximum number of partners (can be unlocked only by leveling up and upgrading Tree of Eternity).

– It doesn’t produce anything else over time.

– Location: Bedroom

Frame Light

– It keeps producing EXP over time, and can also store EXP (until you collect it).

– Upgrading it will increase the EXP you get overtime and the maximum amount of EXP it can store.

– Location: Living Room

Place Idle Partners

This option will let you place some of your partners in specific rooms to increase production and grant you some additional stats. Keep in mind that each room can hold a maximum of 4 partners, so deploy them accordingly.

Before placing any partners, make sure you check all of the options out and determine which are the best locations for each. For example, Yuffie in Otaku Room gives you a +4 bonus deployed energy, and in Living Room +10% bonus EXP. So, take that into consideration for each of the characters.

Note: Placing partners increases your Intimacy with them over time!

Lounge Setup

– The partners you place in the Lounge will give a bonus to Leader HP, up to maximum 16%.

– SSR gives 1.5%, SR gives 1% and R gives 0.5%.

– You get bonus from Muscipula partners (Saya, Nina, Victoria, etc).

– Partners with higher Lens grade give additional 1%.

Bedroom Setup

– The partners you place in the Bedroom will give a bonus to Partner HP, up to maximum 16%.

– SSR gives 1.5%, SR gives 1% and R gives 0.5%.

– You get bonus from SEED partners (Kiraya, Camille, Shanti, Loro, Tiffany, etc).

– Partners with higher Lens grade give additional 1%.

Otaku Room Setup

– The partners you place in the Otaku Room will give a bonus to deployed Energy, up to maximum 32.

– SSR gives 3, SR gives 2 and R gives 1.

– You get bonus from Uroboros partners, depending on rarity (Barinas, Fenebeth, Nicola, etc).

– Partners with higher Lens grade give additional 1.

Pastry Room Setup

– The partners you place in the Pastry Room will give a bonus to Gold output, up to maximum 60%.

– SSR gives 9%, SR gives 5% and R gives 2%.

– You get bonus from Phoenix partners, depending on rarity (Carol, Gigi, Phoebe, etc).

– Partners with higher Lens grade give additional 1%.

Hot Spring Setup

– The partners you place in the Hot Spring will give a bonus to Crystals output, up to maximum 60%.

– SSR gives 9%, SR gives 5% and R gives 2%.

– You get bonus from Liberos partners, depending on rarity (Annie, Mary, Pan, etc).

– Partners with higher Lens grade give additional 1%.

Living Room Setup

– The partners you place in the Living Room will give a bonus to EXP output, up to maximum 60%.

– SSR gives 9%, SR gives 5% and R gives 2%.

– You get bonus from Tobunkai partners, depending on rarity (Maki, Mei, Rie, etc).

– Partners with higher Lens grade give additional 1%.

Interact with the partners

In addition to simply placing them in the rooms, you can also interact with them when they ask for it. Sometimes they will ask you to “pat” them (yep, that’s how it is), and other times they will as you to give them gifts. So, keep on reading if you want to know how to head pat in Illusion Connect.

Make sure you always comply because it will give you a good intimacy boost.

Illusion Connect – How to pat partner

I know very well how awkward and cringe-worthy it sounds, but we have to go with it. When you see one of your partners with this icon above their head, go ahead and tap on it.

Then, a new interface will appear where you can see the partner, and a love meter.

This meter will increase when you pat the partner’s head.

Illusion Connect – How to gift partner

Gifting works in a similar way to patting. However, it will give more Intimacy and it’s an event that doesn’t occur as often as patting (I’d say out of 10 times, only 2-3 are gifting).

When a partner has this icon above their head, tap on them and gift them the present they desire. If you don’t have said present, simply buy it with Gold on the spot.

Other room decorations

You can use your Decoration Coins to purchase other furniture items in the Decoration tab. I suggest that you don’t waste your Diamonds on them, because you’ll collect plenty of Decoration Coins from the redeem codes and other daily rewards.

– These decorations will give you Comfort Points, which give you a slight increase to the stats. They apply to all partners, so they’re a great way to get them stronger. Still, it’s not worth spending Diamonds for them.

I believe this would be everything about the Illusion Connect Muscipula house. Is there anything else you would like to learn about? Let me know down in the comments section below!

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