Epic Seven Breath of Orbis Guide

In Epic Seven’s Sanctuary, you can improve all of the buildings that your team needs.

From passively making gold and skystones to farming phantasms to reforging gear and more, there are many ways to make money in WoW.

But when the game starts, these buildings are at their most basic level and have very few features.

You’ll need to look for an item called Breath of Orbis to make them better.

These materials can be used to improve the buildings, but there aren’t many of them, so it’s important to use them in the best way possible.

In this Breath of Orbis guide, we’ll go over all the ways you can improve your character and show you where in the game’s campaign you can get more points.

Sanctuary Structure Priority

With your first few points, you have a few options. We’ll go over the structures and tell you how many points to invest and when to invest them.

Forest of Souls

You’ll want to be able to move your characters up to higher star tiers early on in the game.

To do this, you need a lot of Phantasms, which you can get from the Forest of Souls.

We suggest you put your first three points into the Soul Isle Extension, which lets you grow more creatures at once.

This will help you get more food as you play the game.

  • Probability Blessing: Increases your odds of getting higher tier Penguins. Medium to low priority.
  • Soul Isle Extension: Allows you to nurture more creatures at one time. High priority.
  • Time Blessing: Reduces the amount of time it takes to nurture a creature. Very low priority.

Recommended Final Investment: 3/3/0.

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Heart of Orbis

At first glance, the Heart of Orbis doesn’t look like much. Some gold and three Skystones?

What’s all the fuss about?

Even though it’s not much, it can be a pretty good passive income with a few upgrades.

Next, use the next nine Breath of Orbis to max out this building.

  • With the Cradle of Life, the Heart of Orbis can store more gold and Skystones. Most important.
  • Mirror of Light: Speeds up how fast the Heart of Orbis makes gold and Skystones. Most important.
  • The Benedictory Sanctum makes it more likely that gold and Skystones will be doubled when you redeem them. The most important thing.

You can lower your investment in the Heart of Orbis by talking to Epic Seven more or less often.

Keep an eye on the building’s main page, which tells you how long it will be until all the storage is full.

You can stop using Cradle of Life if you check in much less often than it says.

Recommended Investment: 2/3/3 or 3/3/3

High Command

If you’re a new player, you might look at High Command and see that for just four energy, you can get 2,500 EXP and 16,500 gold. Of course, you might want to do this again and again.

Experienced players, on the other hand, know that the real value is in the Hunt and War Missions, where you can earn ten Ancient Coins and ten Conquest Points, respectively.

It can be hard to grind for these things, and having passive income for just one energy is a big deal.

  • Opens up more Hunt missions for administration. (See below for how they rank)
  • More Adventure missions can be unlocked with the Floating Station.
  • Barracks: Makes more War missions available.

By putting one point into each category, you can access these cheap and useful missions. It doesn’t make sense to spend more points here.

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Recommended Investment: 1/1/1

Steel Workshop

As you get closer to the endgame, you’ll need to start looking for the best gear and re-rolling it.

This happens in the Steel Workshop, so you can ignore it while you’re still leveling up and finishing the campaign.

  • With Extend Workshop, the amount of gold needed to craft and reforge is cut down.
  • The Artisan’s Furnace makes it more likely that an item is Heroic or Epic.
  • Blacksmith’s Dormitory: Reduces the number of crafting materials needed. Doesn’t change how reforging works.

You want to get the most out of this one. When you’re ready to start crafting at the endgame level, level up Artisan’s Furnace first to get the most out of your efforts.

Recommended Investment: 3/3/3

Alchemist’s Steeple

You can make things like charms, catalysts, and special gear with the Alchemist’s Steeple. This is another endgame thing you can wait for.

  • Alchemy Academy: Reduces the amount of gold it takes to craft.
  • Laboratory: Allows you to craft more types of items.
  • Ingredient Storage: Improves the Quality Points of crafted items.

Recommended Investment: 0/3/3.

How to Get Breath of Orbis

About one stage in each chapter gives you a chance to get the Breath of Orbis.

Most of the time, these are off the main path, so you’ll need to use adventure mazes to open up secondary areas.

At the moment, a Breath of Orbis can be found on the following stages. They will have a diamond shape on them.

Just make sure to get through the Chaos Gate to get the item. Each Chaos Gate adds two more enemy encounters and a boss encounter, making the stage twice as long.

  • Chapter 1, Stage 9
  • Chapter 2, Stage S6
  • Chapter 3, Stage S3
  • Chapter 4.1, Stage S6
  • Chapter 4.2, Stage S12
  • Chapter 5, Stage S6
  • Chapter 6, Stage S5
  • Chapter 7, Stage S6
  • Chapter 8, Stage S3
  • Chapter 9.1, Stage S3
  • Chapter 9.2, Stage S6
  • Chapter 10, Stage S3
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After you finish the main story, you can go to the Unrecorded History Side Story, where you can get 12 more Breath of Orbis.

  • Chapter 1, Stage S3
  • Chapter 2, Stage S6
  • Chapter 3, Stage S3
  • Chapter 4.1, Stage S6
  • Chapter 4.2, Stage S12
  • Chapter 5, Stage S6
  • Chapter 6, Stage S6
  • Chapter 7, Stage S6
  • Chapter 8, Stage S3
  • Chapter 9.1, Stage S3
  • Chapter 9.2, Stage S6
  • Chapter 10, Stage S3

And finally, once you’ve done that, you can find more Breath of Orbis in the Cidonia Adventure Mode. These are different because you need 400 AP to buy them from AP Exchange Shops.

  • Chapter 1
  • Chapter 3
  • Chapter 5.1
  • Chapter 6
  • Chapter 8

You can earn a total of 28 Breath of Orbis to improve your Sanctuary.

How To Know Which AP Exchange Shops Sell Breath of Orbis

Just look at their Main Items!

Some of the AP Shop requirements can take a long time to complete, so make sure to look at each region’s main products before you start working on them.

When in Doubt, Consult the Item Guide

The Item Guide is a list that tells you where you can find Breath of Orbis in each Adventure Stage.

If you have already cleared the Main Story maps in Adventure but haven’t yet cleared any of the Stages that drop Breath of Orbis, the Item Guide will be very helpful to you.

To use this, just tap on any Stage on the list, and it will take you there automatically.

You can get to this Item Guide by trying to upgrade a building without any Breath of Orbis in your Inventory.

Neat, huh?

Have a good time out there!