Ninja Spirit has just too much content to keep you busy, and that’s great because this game is pretty interesting and catchy, so there are many things that one could do to keep busy, and we are going to cover another one of them – the Ninja Spirit mounts! 

In today’s article we will go through a complete mounts guide for Ninja Spirit, and tell you everything that you need to know about them, from where to get them to how how to upgrade them and more! So, are you excited? Because we sure are! So, without further ado, let’s dive into the Ninja Spirit mounts guide!

Ninja Spirit – What are mounts?

Firstly you need to know what the mounts are. They are some beasts that will help you in your journey by empowering your character and boosting your movement speed. They will not fight alongside you – for that you have the Pets (and a full Ninja Spirit pets guide right here). 

These mounts will activate when you auto route to the quest location and shorten that time it takes your character to reach the destination. The mounts can get upgraded, increasing the speed boost they offer, and thus making your character more powerful.

The mounts also have certain stats and they differ from mount to mount. Some mounts can offer more HP than others, some offer more Attack damage. Depending on how you decide to build your char, you can choose a mount with helpful stats.

Ninja Spirit – All mounts in the game & their stats

Right when you start off in game, you are going to receive a free and common mount – the Psychic Dog. It’s a fairly good mount, and given the fact that it’s the most common one, it’s also the easiest to upgrade out there (unless you are some god of luck who constantly gets rare mount shards). 

Psychic Dog – is the most common one, you get it when you start the game.

Nin Turtle

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store

Koinobori

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 35%

Obtained from: Special Events

Jade Rabbit

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers, VIP privilege

Byakuya Lionking

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Winning first place in the Siege (become Siege Overlord).

Kyurama

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers, Store exchange

Hot Tub

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Ethereal Deer

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Special Events

Ritual Sedan (no, it’s not quite a car)

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Phoenix

– HP: 500

– Max Attack: 100

– Physical Defense: 100

– Magic Defense: 100

Base Speed: 35%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Swaying Penguin

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 35%

Obtained from: Special Events

UFO

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Special Events

Little Seal

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Special Events

Swan Boat

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 35%

Obtained from: Special Events

Heavenly Cloud

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers, Store exchange

Firmament Roc

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 35%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Frog Master Mount

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 20%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Triple-Tails

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Fortune Cat

– HP: 250

– Max Attack: 50

– Physical Defense: 50

– Magic Defense: 50

Base Speed: 30%

Obtained from: Store special offers

Now these would be all the in game mounts available at the moment. All of these mounts can be upgraded, from Common to Epic and Divine rarities. 

Ninja Spirit – How to upgrade mounts

Like I mentioned above, the mounts have 3 rarities: Common, Epic and Divine. You can upgrade a mount using the evolution (“Evolve” or “Auto Evolve” button available once you unlocked the mount). 

All the mounts start at 0 stars, and can be upgraded up to 12 stars (that’s the maximum). At 5th star, a mount will become Epic and at the 9th star, it will turn Divine. 

However, you need to keep in mind that each evolution has a chance to fail! That means that if you fail, a star will be deducted. If you succeed, a star will be granted. At the milestones in 5th and 9th star, the fails don’t deduct stars so once you reached them, it cannot go down. It is going to be quite annoying getting it to 12 stars tho!

Whenever you upgrade it, the mount will receive extra stats, so those basic stats that you see listed above will get increased, as well as the speed! It’s super important to use the best mount you got in order to boost your power! 

This will conclude our Ninja Spirit mounts guide! Don’t forget to take a look at our game guide to learn all that you need to know about the game! 

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