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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.

As you unlock more stages, you get to challenge higher difficulties. You will have to keep your current team updated as well and make them stronger. Gathering as many resources as you can and testing out your team’s strength can help you out. In this page, we’ll be looking at the Infinite Miracle section of the game’s trials. Let’s check what you can expect from this mode as well as its benefits.





What is the Infinite Miracle?



The Infinite Miracle is one of the modes that you can find in Dislyte’s trials section. When checking this area, you’ll be able to find the Spatial Tower which is a game mode you might find similar to other mobile games available where you can complete battles in order to acquire rewards.

Challenge up to 100 floors and clear enemies in order to claim rewards
Challenge up to 100 floors and clear enemies in order to claim rewards


When playing for the first time, you’ll start from the first floor. Your main goal will be to clear all enemies, and you will get the corresponding reward on that floor. In other games, there are a lot of floors that can be cleared, but Dislyte provides you with 100 floors instead.



Infinite Miracle Trial Mechanics



The Infinite Miracle trial is one of Dislyte’s straightforward game modes in terms of mechanics. With 100 floors in total, you’ll only need to defeat enemies on each floor to obtain your reward for one time. Once a floor has been cleared, you’ll move on to the next one already. The difficulty increases bit by bit on the floors you clear as well.



Each floor you complete will let you challenge the next floor with higher leveled enemies
Each floor you complete will let you challenge the next floor with higher leveled enemies


When clearing through the floors, you cannot use the friend assist feature. This means that you’ll be relying entirely on your own team of Espers. You might be wondering if the challenge ends once you clear all 100 floors, but thankfully you’ll be able to unlock a place called the Temporal Tower as a reward. There, you’ll be able to get more challenges that you can try out with your team.



Infinite Miracle Rewards



Since there are 100 floors in total, each floor can have varying rewards that you can preview. For example, some floors provide Nexus Crystals, Basic Inferno Waves, Experimons, Records, Gold, and more. You can simply scroll up the floors in order to preview the rewards available. There is special loot as well that you can acquire by completing every 10 floors. Tap on the rewards button on the lower-right side to take a preview of what’s in store.



Special rewards can be claimed every 10 floors, including a Legendary Esper at the 100th floor
Special rewards can be claimed every 10 floors, including a Legendary Esper at the 100th floor


You can also claim free gifts daily through the Infinite Gifts feature where Gold and Stamina can be acquired. The number of this reward is increased depending on the highest floor that you have claimed. Clearing floor 100 will also provide you with a legendary Esper. This is a good incentive for you in order to climb the Infinite Miracle trial, so make sure to improve your current team!

This concludes our page on the Infinite 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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