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Once you’ve progressed enough in the game, you’ll gain access to the Home feature. This allows you to gain access to a base of operations where you can deploy your favorite characters, hold parties for other players, collect achievements, gain additional options to collect resources (through Home requests), and upgrade the stats of all characters you own. In our Home guide, we will cover the various features of the facility and what you can do about these.

One Punch Man - The Strongest is the mobile game adaptation of the popular shonen manga and anime series that centers around the titular One Punch Man. Players can’t play as Saitama himself but they’ll be able to recruit various heroes, villains, and more to form a powerful team they can use to clear the various game content.


This option is located in the far left corner of the screen. Alternatively, you can just tap the Home button in the lower menu for your character to head there automatically.
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Inside, you’ll see various options below. This seems to be the default base design for all players since there are no options to customize or rearrange stuff. To access the various figures, you can either tap the respective objects on the upper side of the home screen or just conveniently tap the menu below. We will provide more details about each option available on this screen below.
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Laboratory

The Laboratory allows you to improve the Core skills of specific characters. You’ll start off with one slot but more slots can be unlocked once your account level reaches the required level. You can have up to six slots in total. From an empty slot, you can then select the character that you own whose Core Skills you want to improve. For more details, please follow this link
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Training Hall

This feature is not immediately available but once you have reached the required account level, you can access it from the Home menu. You’ll start off with Training Hall I. Additional halls can be unlocked as you clear more story stages (including Heroic versions of those stages) as well as completing multiple sessions from the other halls. This allows you to use certain materials to complete training sessions and add random stats that can be applied to all characters you own with the same type. For more details, please follow this link
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Request

Requests allow you accept a dedicated set of time-based missions. You can accept up to six quests at once. You’ll start off with the ability to accept four requests but additional chances will be unlocked after reaching account LV45 and LV55. After reaching the limit, you have to wait for the game’s scheduled daily reset to refresh the requests list automatically as well as your request limit. You’ll get more challenging requests (and better rewards for clearing them) as your account level increases.
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Achievements

Achievements keep track of your overall progress and milestones. There are different categories that keep track of your activities independently. Once you’ve reached a certain milestone, you’ll be able to collect the individual rewards for those milestones. Additionally, as you complete milestones, some points will also contribute to your overall achievement level, found on the left side of the screen. After collecting enough points, you can increase your achievement level and collect additional rewards.
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Figurines

Whenever you recruit a new character, their corresponding figurine is added to the display case. At the same time, increasing the (limit break) stars of the individual characters will also count towards the Plan and Target stat bonuses. The stat bonuses you unlock in this feature are applied to all characters in your roster so don’t ignore this helpful feature! For more information, please follow this link.
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Display

This allows you to select up to six characters that you own and make them hang out in your home. Deployed characters will have random events available, which is indicated by icons above their heads. If you interact with them when these random events are available, you’ll be able to collect rewards. Events range from random quizzes, combat, or just straight up give you random gifts. Interactive events occur randomly but there’s a limit to how many you can trigger in a day. This limit gets reset daily.
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Your characters’ mood will affect the chances of triggering these events and the rewards you’ll receive. Each character will have a random mood daily: Excited, Cheerful, Chilled, and Bored. Tapping them to interact with them will improve their mood. Sometimes, you’ll also receive King’s Blessing, which will increase your characters’ initial mood. Character moods also get reset as part of the game’s daily content reset schedule.
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That concludes our Home Guide in One Punch Man - The Strongest. Please check out our online guide for the game and other articles for more One Punch Man - The Strongest content!




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