Author: Chiaki Matsuda
Getting started / FAQs#
- READ ME FIRST covers the minimal basics for how to GFL
- Construction recipes explained
- Mission reward overviews
- Limited event / reward dolls – when and how they come back
- Combat simulator rewards
- Which dolls are worth duping?
- …changing backgrounds is difficult, I guess
- Where to farm weeklies
- Night battle basics
- Leveling guide
- Zas Corpse Dragging Guide
- Basic roles explains what dolls to use where
- Different guns want different buffs
- Formation overview – positioning
- Machine gun formation guide
- Rifle formation guide
- Assault rifle formation guide
Gameplay mechanics overview#
- Night battle basics
- Stat calculation overview
- Accuracy/hit formula
- Repair time formula
- Logistics great success chances
- Experience needed per level
- Timers for battery respawn etc.:
- Enemy data
- Combat simulator
In depth mechanics guides#
- Arctic 1-1
- Arctic 1-2
- Arctic 1-3
- Arctic 1-4
- Arctic 2-1
- Arctic 2-2
- Arctic 2-3
- Arctic 2-4
- Arctic 3-1
- Arctic 3-2
- Arctic 3-3
- Arctic 3-4
- Arctic Ranking
Operation Rabbit Hunt#
READ THIS FIRST
Author: Sangvis Ferrets
Random autism trivia pieces that the ferret managed to scavenge cus ferrets love finding useless shiny junk.
Chapter 6 is where we'll start seeing proper bosses at the end of each chapter. In this case, Alchemist is the boss. You'll also be able to pick up M16's unique equipment, an exo-frame armor thing. It's pretty good, but not super important to pick up. It does, however, give her a good boost as a corpse-drag tank. So if you're into that, the importance of getting it might be much higher.
So, here we are. First ranking event for EN GFL. Arctic's ranking event is probably the easiest and
most boring of the ranking events. The goal for these ranking events is to get a high score on the hidden map of the event. Points are gained by defeating various enemies that spawn in the map, however, you lose points for repairing or losing any units. Thus, to put it simply, to get a high rank you need to kill as much as you can without any losses or repairs.
The last map of the operation, with a decently difficult boss for newer players or players not used to micro. You'll want to have two combat echelons for this, and ideally three dummy echelons. You can easily do it with two dummies, but I feel like it's best to do with three. Do note the echelon defending your base can be weaker, since you easily can quick repair there.
This is where the difficulty starts getting increased. You'll definitely want to use two echelons here, as well as a dummy echelon. This is also the first map that can drop Noel. Farming this map, in my opinion, would be a better option than farming the last map. As she's a reward for 99 Seithr box openings, you really only need to grind for her if you want multiple copies.
It's recommended that you pack a second echelon for this map. Otherwise it's just a slight step up from map 1's difficulty.
So, Operation Rabbit Hunt is here, our first collab event. It's not a particularly hard event, most collabs aren't. It's intended for players starting because of the event to finish it, so don't expect this to be complicated like some of the major operations. I'd place the difficulty of the enemies and such to be at around Chapter 4 or 5's level. Going in with an echelon at around that power may prove to be a little difficult with the last map's boss, but it's very doable, especially if you use quick repairs.
There's been a lot of requests for "How to do zas runs?!". You may say that it's for the cheap runs resource wise, but haha. No. This, like heavy construction, is a path to poverty. The run may be cheap, but it'll get you in other ways. Namely, disposing all of the garbage equipment you'll get during your runs.