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Dispatch System

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Earning resources passively is a very helpful feature normally found in mobile games. These “dispatch” or “expedition” modes allow players to send characters from their roster on timer-based missions. In our Dispatch System Guide, we will briefly discuss how this feature works and its advantage towards your overall gameplay experience.

Path to Nowhere is a real-time strategy RPG where players use their authority and powers as the newly-appointed chief of an organization that captures and handles powerful entities called Sinners. Use their powers to form a combat-ready team of specialists specifically made for dealing with various threats to the city.

Dispatch is a feature that you’ll unlock by progressing through the main story. This is where you’ll send a team of Sinners to deal with incidents. You can access this feature by going to the Bureau option in the main menu. When you start off, you can only dispatch one team but you’ll be able to dispatch additional teams as you progress through the main story.
Dispatch System

This is timer-based so you don’t really need to do anything after dispatching a team. Once the timer for that mission has run out, the dispatched team will automatically return and you’ll be able to collect the corresponding reward. If you recall or cancel an ongoing Dispatch mission, the timer will reset and you won’t receive any rewards. The list of missions won’t be refreshed as well so try not to do it if you can help it.
Dispatch System

The dispatched team’s overall strength will affect the amount of bonus rewards given to them so don’t hesitate to include your best Sinners. You should also check if completing dispatch missions is part of the Compliance level up requirement of certain Sinners. You should prioritize including them in the team since dispatch missions take a while to complete.

Your friends’ and Secret Society (club/clan) members’ Sinners can also be used to Assist in a dispatch. However, their Sinners have to be at Phase 2 or above before they’ll appear in your Assist selection list. Whenever you login to the game the Assist list is also updated so you can see if there are any valid friendly sinners added.
Dispatch System

By default, you’ll have access to Daily Missions (Dispatches). There are three dispatch missions made available by the game daily. The rarer the incident or mission is, the more time it consumes, and the better its rewards. This list refreshes every 5AM (server time) The requirements for Daily Missions are usually higher as well, and will almost always require specific Sinners. Thankfully, you can use the Assist feature to include other players’ Sinner to meet the requirements.

Later on, you’ll also unlock the Area Dispatch feature of this mode. This will allow you to dispatch multiple times since the incidents or missions that will occur are fixed. As you resolve various incidents in different areas, you’ll earn area reputation. Once you’ve reached a certain reputation level, you can claim the reputation reward pack for that area!

Dispatch is a very useful feature that you should include to your daily objectives when playing the game. The passive rewards are quite useful and essential to your overall progress.

That concludes our Dispatch System Guide in Path to Nowhere. Please check out our online guide for the game and other articles for more Path to Nowhere content!

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