Looking to learn everything there is to know about Shindo Life elements? While we don't have all the fine details down just yet, we're ready to walk you through some of the most important and pressing parts of the game's combat system. Shindo Life is a Roblox experience like no other. It has dropped millions of players into a fully realized world of ninja villages and right into the middle of their conflicts.
Whether you're a long-time Shindo Life pro or a newbie looking into how best to spend spins on Shindo Life elements, we're going to list each and every one of these mysterious powers and cover which we think are the ones worth chasing.
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Shindo Life Elements List - What Is the Best Shindo Life Element?
|A||Chaos, Order, Yin, Yang, Shiver, Prism|
|B||Cement, Combustion, Liquid|
|C||Gale, Shock, Flame|
Right now, the best Shindo Life elements are Acid and Stone. While Acid can be difficult to get due to its 1/80 rarity, Stone—an element that tops the Shindo Life elements tier list—can be aquired with ease thanks to its one-in-five rarity from the primary spin method through the main menu.
What Are Shindo Life Elements?
Now that we've covered the best and worst Shindo Life elements, it makes sense to cover what they actually do.
Basically, these are the powers that give each character access to the skills they wield in battle. And with so many Shindo Life elements around, there are a crazy number of possibilities and ways to build your perfect battle ninja.
For the most part, anyone can equip two Shindo Life elements at a time. This can be done even before you drop into the open world. You'll need to level up to earn the skills and attacks they eventually unlock, but over time, you'll flesh out your action bars with stacks of the skills afforded by your two Shindo Life elements.
How Do I Unlock New Shindo Life Elements?
|1/5||Stone, Flame, Shock, Liquid, Air|
|1/90||Shiver, Combustion, Gale|
|1/150||Yin, Yang, Prism|
You can unlock your first two Shindo Life elements as soon as you launch the game for the first time. It's not super obvious, but if you tap the down arrow twice to access the 'Edit' screen, you can tap the 'Element' text around your soon-to-be character and get your first two Shindo Life elements by tapping the spin buttons beneath each slot.
You can get more spins by using the latest Shindo Life codes and can spin as often as you want until you land on your wanted element. Once the spins complete, drop into the game and your character will possess the equipped elements. And when you want to switch, just head back to the 'Edit' menu and spin again.
How Do I Unlock More Shindo Life Element Slots?
You're not restricted to just two Shindo Life elements at a time. If you're willing to part with some Robux, you're actually able to unlock two additional slots, allowing you to equip a total of four Shindo Life elements at a time.
To do this, head back to the main menu and tap into the 'Edit' screen by hitting the on-screen down arrow twice. From here, tap into the 'Elements' section by your character and click either of the two empty slots.
If you'd rather unlock more Shindo Life element slots in-game, open the main menu while in the overworld (press 'M' on PC), tap into the 'Cheats' menu near the bottom, and tap either of the first two options to unlock a third and fourth slot respectively. Your third and fourth Shindo Life elements and their unlocks will appear on the second page of the 'Elements' tab in-game.
We're not going to pretend that this is everything you need to know about Shindo Life elements right now. Over time, we'll grow this guide to include why exactly the Shindo Life elements list looks the way it does, how often it may change, and why you may not want to follow it. We'll dive deeper into which skills unlock, what they do, and which are actually worth grinding for.
There's a lot left to cover, but hopefully, this preliminary look at Shindo Life elements will give you the vital information you need to get started. And if you think it's too late to get into this Rell Games title, keep a careful eye on Rell Seas. It might be just another One Piece game, but it's coming from a top-tier developer.