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The most reliable source of Territe will always be your Dailies, which will consistently give you 50 Territe per day. Aside from dailies, the next best method is farming Chaos Field mobs.
The amount of Territe you get from Chaos Field mobs completely depends on RNG, but I still recommend AFK farming there as often as you can — especially if you have some Territe Aroma!
I also recommend checking out your Familiar Adventure for Territe mines and Events for Territe rewards if you want to earn extra Territe regularly.
Source #1: Dailies (Best Source)
Your Dailies is by far the best source of Territe for one simple reason — consistency.
This is because unlike the other sources listed here, you don’t have to depend on RNG to farm Territe via Dailies.
All you have to do is log in every day, reach 60 Daily Activity Points, then claim your free 50 Territe. It’s that easy!
TIP: While you do get the 50 Territe as the third reward in the Dailies rewards list, I still recommend you work your way up to 100 Daily Activity Points to claim all of the rewards.
You’ll be able to do this easily in 15 minutes or less once you get the hang of it, so make sure to do it every day!
Source #2: Chaos Fields
The Chaos Field maps are just about the only place in the game where you can farm Territe from monster mobs.
The drop rate for Territe is low regardless of which mob you farm. But what would help is using an item called Territe Aroma, which increases the drop rate of Territe by 700% for 30 minutes!
There are also a few things you have to consider before deciding which mobs to farm Territe from in the Chaos Fields:
- Level & Element Type of the Mobs
- Other Drops
- Availability of Parties
Chaos Fields: Level & Element Type of Mobs
The first few things you must take into account when farming Territe in the Chaos Fields are the mob’s levels and element type.
For example, if you’re level 70, your ideal mob to farm should be around Level 67 to 73. Like always, try to farm mobs and monsters that are only three levels ahead or below you for maximum gains.
Using a weapon and a Familiar with an elemental advantage makes your mob-farming much easier and time-efficient, so make sure to swap them accordingly.
Chaos Fields: Other Drops
If you want to farm Territe in the Chaos Fields, you should also keep an eye out for other items and materials you’d like to farm as well.
For example, some monster mobs in the Chaos Fields may drop specific types of Spell Books, Varnishes, or even Gems along with Territe, so make sure you check monster drops beforehand.
Chaos Fields: Party Availability
Most players neglect to join or create parties before using AI Mode or AFK Farming in the Chaos Fields — a mistake that you absolutely should not make if you want to farm as many items as you can.
As you can see in the image above, the game incentivizes you to join or create parties via the Party Size Bonus mechanic.
This mechanic boosts your Gold and Prize drop rate depending on how many members your party has.
TIP: If there are no nearby parties for you to join, then feel free to create your own. It’s better than nothing!
If you want to make it easier for other players to join you, simply name your Party according to these three factors:
- Chaos Field Map
- Floor Level
- Mob’s Element
For example, if you’re farming earth element mobs on the 1st floor of the Maintenance Bay, simply name your Party “MB1Earth”. If it’s on the 3rd Floor of the Collapsed Wreckage, try “CW3Earth”.
Source #3: Familiar Adventure
While farming resources from Familiar Adventure requires some degree of RNG and a lot of tickets, it is still considered a viable source of Territe.
In the Familiar Adventure’s map, you’ll be given either Resource Mines or Wild Familiars for your Familiars to occupy or battle.
Upon victory, Resource Mines and Wild Familiars will give you resources and Familiar upgrade materials respectively.
The Resource Mines and Wild Familiars are randomly generated (so is their Grade) in the Familiar Adventure map. They can either be:
|Resource Mines||Wild Familiars|
|Kingdom Prism Mine||Water Element Familiars|
|Kingdom Quartz Mine||Fire Elemental Familiars|
|Gold Mine||Earth Element Familiars|
|Territe Mine (Unlocked at Familiar Adventure Level 5)||Light/Dark Element Familiars|
TIP: If you don’t like any of the Resource Mines or Wild Familiars you see on the map, you can either wait for a refresh or use the free Daily Refresh yourself and reset the whole map.
Also, I recommend occupying only Grade 4 Territe Mines and above. Otherwise, you’re better off farming Bean Pods from Wild Familiars with your tickets.
Source #4: Events
Episode Events, Login Events, Giveaway Events, and Minigame Events are all great sources of extra F2P Territe.
Unfortunately, not all Events feature Territe as a reward. It remains one of the rarest resources to be given away along with Diamonds.
Nevertheless, you should always check out current Events as often as you can. Even if we exclude Territe, the amount of free stuff you can get from them is no joke!
TIP: If you’d like to stay ahead on all of the Events in Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds, then consider joining their Official Discord Server.
You can also learn a lot about the game and earn free stuff via coupon codes that are distributed on the server.