Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds Domination Medals (How To Farm + Uses)

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The best sources to farm Domination Medals are the Field Bosses and World Bosses, which give you Domination Medals based on how you performed DPS-wise. You can farm a whole lot of Domination Medals just by farming these two — especially if you consistently manage to get to the top of the DPS rankings.

Other reliable sources include Bounty Missions and Weeklies — both of which give away a decent amount of Domination Medals per week.


What Are Domination Medals Used For?

Domination Medal (Item Description) / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Domination Medal (Item Description)

Domination Medals are used for buying items in the Domination Medal Exchange Shop.

Domination Medal Shop / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Domination Medal Shop

There are a ton of useful account-growth items here, such as:

  • Active Skill Books
  • Passive Skill Books
  • Puzzle Books

If you want your character to improve in terms of class-specific skills and power-ups, the Domination Medal Exchange Shop is where you can buy the items that’ll help you.


Where To Farm Domination Medals

Here are the three most reliable sources of Domination Medals — listed according to the potential amount of medals you can farm from them.


Source #1: Field & World Bosses (Best Source)

Field Boss Page (Stellia) / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Field Boss Page (Stellia)

Killing Field and World Bosses regularly is undisputedly the best way of farming Domination Medals.

Regardless of whether you’re in the top rankings or not, you’ll be able to receive Domination Medals from this source as long as you’re consistent with hunting these bosses.

The only catch is that both Field Bosses and World Bosses are time-exclusive and do not spawn outside their dedicated schedules.

World Bosses always spawn thirty minutes before Field Bosses and stay for one hour. Field Bosses spawn four times a day, and despawn either after an hour or when killed.


Source #2: Bounty Missions

Bounty Keeper / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Bounty Keeper

You can accept up to five Bounty Missions per week, which nets you a grand total of 500 Domination Medals per week.

If you’re a casual player who can rarely go on Field Boss hunts because of a busy schedule, then I would suggest at least doing your Bounty Missions.

All you need to do after accepting these Bounty Missions is to kill each boss whose bounty you’ve accepted once, then the rewards will be yours!


Source #3: Weeklies

Weeklies Page / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Weeklies Page

Weeklies give you 100 Domination Medals per week, and they’re not all that hard to get.

You need 40 Weekly Activity Points to claim the Domination Medals. They are featured as the second reward you can unlock in your Weeklies.

You’ll have no trouble farming that many Activity Points in a day or two — especially if you follow a time-efficient yet all-inclusive daily routine.

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