Where To Farm Purification Medals in Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds

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The absolute best source of Purification Medals is the Chaos Gates that appear randomly all over the World Map.

Aside from that, you can also get Purification Medals by doing your Weeklies and the Labyrinth of Dreams — both of which can consistently give you a decent amount of Purification Medals every week. Another great source is the Events that give away loads of exchangeable currencies once in a while – including Purification Medals.


Purification Medals Farming

Here are the four best sources of Purification Medals in the game.


Source #1: Chaos Gates (Best Source)

Chaos Gate Mob Farming / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Chaos Gate Mob Farming

Chaos Gates create mobs and bosses that drop Purification Medals, and they spawn at random locations on the map.

If you want to go to a Chaos Gate, simply tune in on the in-game announcements and Fast Travel to the location announced.

The difficulty of Chaos Gates depends on the location they’re set in, so be careful going to zones that are way above your level range!


Source #2: Weeklies

Weekly Rewards Claimed / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Weekly Rewards Claimed

Though they won’t give you as much as Chaos Gates if you farm them regularly, Weeklies are by far the most consistent source of Purification Medals.

You can get 100 Purification Medals once you reach 20 Weekly Activity Points, which is quite easy considering it is the first reward you get on the rewards list.

A consistent and time-efficient daily routine is all you need, and you’ll be able to get those Purification Medals from your Weeklies within a day after the weekly reset.


Source #3: Labyrinth of Dreams

Labyrinth of Dreams (Weekly Rewards Claimed) / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Labyrinth of Dreams (Weekly Rewards Claimed)

The Labyrinth of Dreams gives you Purification Medals based on how many stages you’ve already cleared.

What makes this source truly great is that once you’ve passed Chapter 7, you’ll be able to farm more Purification Medals here than from your Weeklies!

You can get a lot of medals over time just by claiming your weekly rewards from the Labyrinth of Dreams, so I’d recommend clearing as many stages as you can before each weekly reset.


Source #4: Events

30-Day Check-In Event 2 / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
30-Day Check-In Event 2

Incoming Events will always signify an influx of in-game currency and materials for all players.

This includes Purification Medals and other types of exchangeable medals, which are given away in droves whenever Events come around.

You can keep an eye out for Events much easier by joining the game’s official Discord server and tuning in on the Announcements and Events channels!


What Are Purification Medals Used For?

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

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

Purification Medal Exchange Shop (Medal Shop) / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Purification Medal Exchange Shop (Medal Shop)

There are a lot of useful items here, and most of them can be used to craft costumes. Here are the ones I recommend you prioritize buying:

Recommended Shop Items Cost & Limit Type
Spoonfuls (Tough, Fancy, & Cute) 400 Purification Medals (3 of each per week) Costume Crafting Material
Magic Yarn 160 Purification Medals (10 per week) Costume Crafting Materials
Inventory Slots 100 Purification Medals (No limit) Utilities
Purification Medal Exchange Shop (Exchange) / Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds
Purification Medal Exchange Shop (Exchange)

Alternatively, you can use Purification Medals to exchange Enhancement Stones. This can get expensive, but remember that you can also exchange Enhancement Stones with Honor Medals.

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