Project Slayers Leveling Guide

Project Slayers Leveling Guide

16/07/2022

Demon Slayers manga and anime fans will want to choose a particular race for Project Slayers. Although there aren’t many options, this will significantly affect how you play Project Slayers. In this post, we’ll look at the Project Slayers Leveling Guide.

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Project Slayers Races List

Project Slayers Races List
  • Humans
  • Slayers
  • Demons
  • Hybrids not available

Humans

The game starts with a Human. You will need to reach level 15 to change your race.

Slayers

First, you must level up to 15 to become a Slayer. Next, you’ll need to go to the Final Selection Waiting Area (located on the Project Slayers Map). It is open at 6 am, 11 am, and 4 pm, respectively, or 10 pm EST. When it is time, you’ll need to locate Kanata Ubuyashiki and Kiriya Ubuyashiki. They will help you complete the forest area quests!

Demons

You will need to raise your level to 15 to become a Demon. Once you have done this, you can find Muzan, who can spawn at random locations on the map at night. To find out his exact location, you can purchase a Muzan Spawn Gamepass. You will be a Demon if you complete the quests he gives you.

Demons can block blade attacks and can use specific clan skills. You can also do daily quests from Muzan. You can’t use Katanas, but you can use Claws!

Hybrids

Hybrids are not currently available in the game. The developers claim that they will be available at some point. However, when is not known at this time.

Project Slayers Guide 2022 for New Player

Project Slayers Guide 2022 for New Player

You will need to reach level 12 to begin your Project Slayers progression. It is recommended that you farm the first two quests, then farm Zuko up to level 12.

Once you have reached level 12, you can look for a trainer. Having at least one friend to help you with the final selection is a good idea if you find your trainer.

Project Slayers Demonstrate progress.

If you want to dedicate your life and become Muzan, you need to be level 15 to talk with him. To reach level 15, complete the first 2 quests, then farm Zuko until you are level 15.

You will then need to locate Muzan in one of his randomly generated spawns. You should get the Muzan Finder Gamepass or have someone who has it show you the way.

Note

These are the Beginner tips only for demons and humans and do not account for future progression. (Including Slayers and hybrid races).

Slayer progression is slightly more complicated than human progression (Post-Final selection).

Project Slayers Bosses Drop

Project Slayers Bosses Drop

Human Boss Location and Drop

Zuko Boss

Bandit Zuko, the first Project Slayers boss, is located outside Kiribating Village. He is also part of Somi’s Questline.

Health

250

Drops

20% Chance to Drop Zuko’s Necklace

Localization

Starter Village (Kiribating Village)

Kaden Boss

Bandit Kaden, one of the Project Slayers’ bosses, is located in Ushumaru Village. He is also part of Grandpa Shiron Questline. He uses claws to attack.

Health

900

Drops

Tier 1 Chest

Localization

Ushumaru Village

Slayer Boss

Sabito

Sabito, a Project Slayers boss in mid-game, uses water breathing. He was once Urokodaki’s Student. When he attacks, he uses water moves and can drop special items when defeated.

Health

900

Drops

Tier 1 Chest

Sabito’s mask is at a 12% chance

Localization

Follow East from Waroru Cave

Zanegutsu Kuuchie

Zanegutsu, a boss in mid-game Project Slayers that uses thunder breathing, is eligible to give special moves to thunder users if he is defeated.

Health

1000

Drops

Tier 1 Chest

10% chance to give the move Thunderclap or flash Sixfold

Location – Zapiwara Mountain

Shiron

Shiron, a boss of Project Slayers in the mid-late games, is also Shinobu’s student. She uses insect moves to attack, and when defeated, she has a slight chance of awarding insect users with a special move.

Health

1500

Drops

Tier 1 Chest

10% Chance to perform the Butterfly Dance: Caprice

Location – Butterfly Mansion

Sanemi

Sanemi, the wind pillar, is a boss in mid-game that uses wind moves in his attacks. When he’s defeated, he can award wind users with special activities.

Health – 1500

Drops: Tier 1 Chest- 10% chance to give the move Idaten Typhoon

Location – Wind trainer

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