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How Does Tower of Fantasy’s Bygone Phantasm Work?

Tower of Fantasy has World Bosses and RAIDs, but there are more challenges for Wanderers to face. One is the Bygone Phantasm mode, with an appropriately eerie name. Here is how Bygone Phantasm works in Tower of Fantasy.

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Tower of Fantasy – Bygone Phantasm Explained

Bygone Phantasm is a solo PVE mode that is unlocked when any player reaches level 26 in Tower of Fantasy. You can accomplish this by following the story missions. Once open, you can find Bygone Phantasm in the Challenge Tab in the Adventure Menu. Essentially, this is a floor-based endurance mode.

Wanderers will fight and must defeat a select type and number of enemies within a specific timeframe. All floors, which are called Ex Scientia Levels, get increasingly more challenging. There are a total of 600 floors to conquer. You might have to do some leveling up to conquer this mode.

All of these levels will be reset each Monday, changing the type of enemies you fight at every single one of them.

Bygone Phantasm Mechanics in Tower of Fantasy

Since this is a very challenging mode, there are some advantages to help Travelers. The main one is a weapon bonus, which will apply to specific weapons. Those selected ones will change every day. You can make use of those weapons to clear enemies more easily. Moreover, you get a preview of the battle to come on each floor, with matching weapon recommendations. Depending on your CS, you will be able to jump to levels that match your level, with up to 11 level jumps at a time.

An alternate version of Bygone Phantasm, called Sequential Phantasm, sees Wanderers fight in stages that will apply specific modifiers. These will impact negatively on the Wonderer.

Wanderers can play each stage twice a day, with up to 10 total attempts.

Bygone Phantasm Rewards in Tower of Fantasy

You will receive specific rewards for beating floor milestones. Depending on your performance, you can also get Ranking Rewards. These pit every Wanderer in a group of similar levels and performances against each other to see who claims the best rewards, with each Bygone Phantasm reset redistributing Wanderers and grouping them according to their level.

Rewards, as said above, will vary weekly, but these will include, among others:

  • Dark Crystals
  • Booster Modules
  • Omnium Crystals
  • Energy Crystal Dust

After level 500, during the hardest stages known as the Boundless Realms, rewards will include:

  • Fortress Tactics Eyepiece Shards
  • Spacetime Crystal Fragments
  • Fortress Exoskeleton Shards
  • Fortress Microreactor Shards

Rewards for Bygone Phantasm include item rewards from both Bygone Phantasma and Boundless Realms floors.

Tower of Fantasy is available on the PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Android, iOS, and PC.


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Alejandro is a Guide Writer at Siliconera with a lifetime of gaming experience thanks to an early introduction to The Legend of Zelda and Banjo Kazooie games. He is also a professional musician, aiming to become a Video Game Music Composer or even a Narrative Designer thanks to his newfound love for writing. Let the 100+ hour RPGs come!