The Soul Guardian

Soul Guardian Beginner’s Guide (Part 2)


Soul Guardian Beginner’s Guide (Part 2)
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As you have advanced into the different features of The Soul Guardian, you’ll want to learn more about the different aspects of the game that will help you establish your daily routine. There are a variety of things you can do when playing such as collecting Pokemon to fill your Pokedex, etc.

Welcome to our Part 2 of our Beginner’s Guide, let us check what other activities you can do in the game as you move forward. There are various areas in the game that you’ll find as well, so let us check what you can expect as you progress.



Check the restrictions when evolving your Pokemon



When checking the Pokemon in your party, you will notice that there’s an evolve button added. Normally, Pokemon evolve once you hit specific levels, but there are also other restrictions such as how you progress so far in the game. If you have reached a cap in your Pokemon levels, you will need to reach the specific story mission that will appear.

Some evolution cannot be done unless you complete specific quests
Some evolution cannot be done unless you complete specific quests


Continue using the quest tracker until you reach that mission, and from there you can evolve some of your Pokemon that have been restricted. If you’re aiming to speed through the game, you’ll eventually have access to the Auto Battle feature as well.



Swap your Lead Pokemon



You might wonder how to change your Pokemon when starting out a battle. This is usually done through the party menu in regular Pokemon games, but in the Soul Guardian it’s different. If you want to swap your Pokemon around, open your computer and check your team.

Hold a specific Pokemon's icon and move them to the left in order for them to be the lead in battle
Hold a specific Pokemon's icon and move them to the left in order for them to be the lead in battle


You can tap and hold your Pokemon and drag them to the left or right side. The Pokemon that’s placed on the very left will be the lead Pokemon in battle, so keep this in mind. If you have Pokemon with the type advantage, then make sure you send them out first.



Rank Up your Pokemon



As you continue with the game’s story, you will be able to learn about ranking up your Pokemon in order to improve their stats. Ranking up will require you to equip specific cards that you’ll be able to acquire on your journey. Once all card slots have been equipped, you can then rank up your Pokemon to the next color.

Rank up your Pokemon through cards that you acquire in the story
Rank up your Pokemon through cards that you acquire in the story


Take note though that Rank Up cards cannot be returned once they have consumed for ranking up your Pokemon. This item may be hard to come by, so make sure to use your rank up cards for Pokemon that you’ll be using often.



Harvest and Plant Berries



When walking through the various maps, you’ll notice that there will be Berry trees occasionally. You can harvest these trees in order for you to acquire some useful berries. These items can be used in battle to help such as heal your Pokemon, or cure status effects.

Harvest Berries from trees
Harvest Berries from trees


Once trees have been harvested, you can sow some berries in order to regrow more of them. Take note though, that you can only water them once you acquire the bottle as you progress in the game.



Claim your Online Gifts and Benefits, and Free Gacha



One of the menu items you’ll find in the game is the Online Gifts section. Tis icon will appear on the upper-right side of the screen, just beside the map. Make sure to tap on it and claim the gifts, since this will provide you with items based on your activity.

Check your Online Gifts, and tap the Arrow to claim other items
Check your Online Gifts, and tap the Arrow to claim other items


Specific items will be given to you, depending on how long you have logged in so far. If you want to claim all items, you will need to be logged into the game for a total of 100 minutes. The benefits button will also appear on the upper side of your screen, and you can get rewards such from logging in, leveling up, and more. You can also check the Gacha for your free daily pull.

This concludes our Part 2 for our Beginner’s Guide; we hope that this information helps you with starting out in the game. There will be more pages regarding The Soul Guardian so please don’t hesitate to check them out.

If you have any other questions, you can head to our Answers Page and check if there’s any information there that will be useful for you. Please feel free to leave us a comment down below as well, we’d love to hear from you!




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