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When playing through the story mode in Dislyte, you’ll be able to go through different chapters which contain a variety of stages each. As you encounter more stages, enemies become stronger along the way. One of your main goals in order to progress is to make your own team of Espers stronger as well. One of the ways that you can do this is through the different Trials that are offered for you.

In this page, we’ll be checking out the Cube Miracle which is one of the many trials that you can unlock and play. Trials can provide you with specific types of gameplay and in return you’ll be able to get rewards which help you in your progress. Rewards can include materials that are needed to make Espers stronger. Let us check what the Cube Miracle has to offer for your gameplay.



What is the Cube Miracle?





The Cube Miracle has a story added where a miracle has risen out from the western region’s sea. This said cube seems to move often and has shapes changing, however it also has its own gravitational force therefore it affects its surroundings and it can cause destruction as well. In this location, different enemies are encountered.

The Cube Miracle is a trial that is only available for 2 days, and it will be closed for 2 days as well
The Cube Miracle is a trial that is only available for 2 days, and it will be closed for 2 days as well


This mode is a timed trial which is only open every 2 days, and it also remains open for 2 days. After the trial is over, your progression inside will be reset, and you’ll have to explore the Cube MIracle once again. As you clear a stage, you’ll move on to the next one. Since this mode is timed and open for a set period, you have the freedom to complete stages according to your liking as long as the Cube Miracle is in its open period. You can clear all stages if you want, or leave and resume at a later time.





Cube Miracle Trial Mechanics



So, how does the Cube Miracle work in terms of exploration? Upon entering the Cube MIracle, you’ll explore a space that has different floors available, and your main goal is to move to the next stage. The map will feature a labyrinth-like space that you will have to navigate to with your Espers. Each stage has a defender that you’ll need to defeat in order to move to the next area.

Later stages will provide you with higher difficulties, and there can be a total of 8 stages when exploring. With the tiles that you explore, you can only move forward since the tiles will disappear which will prevent you from backtracking. As you navigate your Espers through the Cube MIracle, you can encounter a variety of events as follows:

  • Eerie Defenders: These are your regular enemies, with a skull icon and a dim flame on their heads. Defeating them will provide you with Esper XP, Gold, Cube Points, Relic Fusion Materials, and more.



  • Mad Defenders: These are stronger enemies that have a skull icon with horns and a red flame. Defeating them will provide you with Esper XP, Gold, more Cube Points, Relic Fusion Materials, and more.

  • Ultimate Defenders: These are the strongest enemies you can fight on each floor. They also have a skull icon with more horns as well as a purple aura. Defeating them will provide you with Esper XP, Gold, and it will unlock an advanced box that contains Cube Stones and a lot of Gold.

    You can only move forward for your path during an exploration of the Cube Miracle
    You can only move forward for your path during an exploration of the Cube Miracle


    Aside from these enemies, you can also acquire bonuses you can add for you team such as Esper Projections that will let you add Espers to your team, Vital Clouds which revive 1 random fallen Esper, Rune Vertexes which let you choose 1 rune, as well as Rune Amplification to increase the power of these runes. Navigating through the Cube MIracle will mean that you’ll have to learn how to build your team, fight your enemies, and get as many rewards as you can.



    Cube Miracle Notes: Once an Esper on your paty has fallen, they cannot fight again during a single exploration of the Cube Miracle. Also, if you’re defeated, any fallen defenders will disappear permanently and won’t appear again at least. All of these will be reset once the Cube Miracle closes and opens on the next schedule.


  • Cube Miracle Rewards



    Clearing enemies and stages provide you a variety of rewards from the Cube Miracle. All of these items can help you out with your progression, so trying to add the Cube Miracle to your dailies will help out in becoming stronger. Here are the exploration rewards that you can expect from the Cube Miracle:

  • Boxes from Eerie Defenders and Mad Defenders: Contains Cube Points, Relic Fusion Materials, Records, Experimon, and more.
  • Advanced Box from completing a tier of the Cube Miracle, it can be obtained from the Ultimate Defender: Contains Cube Stones as well as a lot of Gold.
  • Cube Points and Cube Stones can be exchanged for items at the Cube Shop.



    Check the Cube Shop and exchange it for rare items such as Relics and even Gold Records
    Check the Cube Shop and exchange it for rare items such as Relics and even Gold Records


    With the timed nature of the Cube Miracle, being able to complete this area often should help you with acquiring items that will provide you with better stats for your Espers. Experimon can be used to increase their levels, and the Gold and Cube Points you can acquire is useful for a lot of varied items at the shop, so don’t forget to check it out.

    This concludes our page on the Cube Miracle in Dislyte. Please feel free to check our guide menu since we'll be posting other pages regarding the game's features. You can check out our Answers Page as well to see if there's any information that can be useful for you. If you have any comments, please leave them down below. We'd love to hear from you!


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