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The Tactical Terminal acts as the main menu in Eternal City. Tapping on the button with the mobile device icon at the bottom right corner of the City View will open the Tactical Terminal.
In the story, the Tactical Terminal is a special mobile device that only Commanders possess and can use to store the data and abilities of Wielders. It is said that by utilizing the frequency between Memories, it is possible to transfer and share them, even making it possible to check the enemy’s memories. The Tactical Device is also used as a communication device that receives and sends calls and messages between in-game characters and Users. The Tactical Terminal was meant to evoke parallels with mobile phones.
Click on any of the buttons below to learn more about the Tactical Terminal functions.
HALL OF MEMORIES
Hall of Memories where you can acquire Wielders, Outfits, Kageso, and Currency.
Spatial Tempest where you can complete Tempests and Raging Tempests
Exam and Competency Trials for Cert of Competence, Award of Courage, Deserving Award
BLACK GATE TRIALS
Black Gate Trials mechanics
Valhalla consisting of Endless Challenges and Single Floor Patrol for Liberate Items
Shown at the top left of the Tactical Terminal screen, it displays the real-world time and date.
User/Protagonist Summary Box
On the left side of the Tactical Terminal screen is the User/Protagonist Profile summary box which shows your User/Protagonist portrait, User/Protagonist name, Account ID number, personal info (which is your tagline/slogan/motto), User/Protagonist Level, and your Chief Wielder.
User/Protagonist Profile Window
Tapping anywhere on the summary box will open up the Profile window.
By tapping on the User/Protagonist portrait, you can change your portrait (default portrait, select from your device’s album, or take a photo with your device’s camera), your Protagonist’s gender, and the portrait frame.
You can edit your User/Protagonist name by tapping on your existing User/Protagonist name.
Underneath the Protagonist’s name you will see your User/Protagonist’s current level and Account ID (fixed).
Beneath those you can edit your personal info which is basically a tagline/slogan/motto.
To the window’s top right, you can view and equip badges. Badges are not yet unlocked for the SEA (Southeast Asia) version (the version that supports English).
You can also see your Wielder acquisition status with the number of Divine Artifacts you have unlocked, the number of completed Cycles/Weeks (your current Cycle/Week is this number +1), CG unlock status with the number of Endings achieved, and the number of completed Hall of Memories with the number of perfect completions.
To the bottom right of the window, you can set your Chief Wielder which will determine which Wielder you see at the cutscene at the end of each in-game day.
By tapping on the My Memories button at the bottom left, you can view all your Memories (your acquired Ending CGs and final scores for each Cycle/Week) and your Memory Fragments (video endings that depend on which Wielders you chose for those Story Arcs/Routes/Endings).
Click here for Ending guides. coming soon.
BONUSES, EVENTS & PROMOTIONS SLIDER
At the top left of the Tactical Terminal screen, a slider cycles through the currently available Bonuses, Events, and Promotions.
The first image in the slider will always be the Sign-In Diary which is the daily login bonus. Be sure to login at least 28 days per month to receive the Exclusive Kageso of the month. Exclusive Kageso are difficult to acquire otherwise.
Tap on the slider to go to the Bonuses, Events, and Promotions screen which is where you can claim Bonuses, participate in Events, and read the details for the currently available Bonuses, Events, and Promotions.
FORUM: RUMORS & PM
Located at the bottom of the right side of the Tactical Terminal screen, tapping the Forum button takes you to the Rumors and PM tabs.
Rumors are Mission-related documents, bulletin posts, or celebration announcements that are sent to your Tactical Terminal by Wielders or NPCs. Some Rumors need only be read to take effect while others require you to tap the Confirm button beneath the Rumor for them to take effect.
PMs are Plot-related communications from Wielders, NPCs, or Commanders. PMs require you to respond to them (tap and select an answer) in order for them to take effect. You can choose to leave certain PMs unread in order to avoid going a certain Story Route/Arc.
Both Rumors and PMs work pretty much in the same way. Basically, they are messages for you to check in order to progress the Story Route/Arc.
You can tap on the button at the top right corner of the Rumor and PM tabs to see your Contact Person list. Tapping on a Contact opens their “Business Card” which shows the Contact’s portrait, name, gender, tagline/slogan/motto, Message History, and favorite button. (Due to a bug in the game, all the Business Cards show Flora as their Contact name and have incorrect Genders.)
Located at the bottom of the right side of the Tactical Terminal, tapping the Mail tab takes you to the Mail list.
The Mail list contains messages from the game developers regarding Updates, Errors, compensation for unused Event items, and other System Messages.
Located at the bottom of the right side of the Tactical Terminal, tapping the Friend button takes you to the Partner, Friend, and Stranger tabs.
Tapping on the Friend tab displays your Friend list on the right and tapping on any Friend in the list opens up the Friend Chat area on the left.
The Friend list shows the portraits, names, last login times, and Tie Point buttons (send and receive Tie Points) of Users you have added as Friends. Above the Friend list is the Add Friend button. You can add Friends by entering an ID number or from the Recommended Friends list.
The Friend Chat area shows the Friend’s name and level at the top left corner and the chat window with the audio message button and text message bar at the bottom. At the top right of the Friend Chat area are the Friend Profile button which shows the Friend’s User/Protagonist Profile Window, the Partner button which sends a Partner request to the Friend, and the Options button which allows you to Delete, Report, or Blacklist the Friend.
A Partner is a favorited Friend.
Tapping on the Partner tab displays your Partner list on the right and tapping on any Partner in the list opens up the Partner Chat area on the left.
The Partner list shows the portraits, names, last login times, and Tie Point buttons (send and receive Tie Points) of Users you have added as Partners. Above the Partner list is the Add Partner button. You can add a Partner by entering an ID number or from the Recommended Partner list. You can also view the status of your Partner Applications/requests.
The Partner Chat area shows the Partner’s name and level at the top left corner and the chat window with the audio message button and text message bar at the bottom. At the top right of the Partner Chat area are the Partner Profile button which shows the Partner’s User/Protagonist Profile Window and the Options button which allows you to Delete, Report, or Blacklist the Partner.
Strangers are Users not on your Friends or Partners list and includes Friends or Partners that you have deleted.
Tapping on the Stranger tab displays the Stranger list and your Blacklist on the right and tapping on any Stranger in the list opens up the Stranger Chat area on the left.
The Stranger list shows the portraits, names, last login times, and Tie Point buttons (send and receive Tie Points) of the Strangers.
The Stranger Chat area shows the Stranger’s name and level at the top left corner and the chat window with the audio message button and text message bar at the bottom. At the top right of the Stranger Chat area are the Stranger Profile button which shows the Stranger’s User/Protagonist Profile Window, the Add Friend button which sends a Friend request to the Stranger, the Blacklist button, and the Report button.
The Settings button opens the Settings window which consists of the System Settings tab, Friend Settings tab, and Login Settings tab.
In the System Settings tab, you can set the audio (music, sound effects, and voice volumes) and graphics settings (graphics quality, high frame rate toggle, and exclusive icon toggle).
In the Friend Settings tab, you can choose whether or not to accept Partner applications, allow Partner applications in Chat, you are visible to Partners, you are visible to Partners when searched, and to allow friending in Chat.
In the Login Settings tab, you can select a CG from amongst the CGs that you have unlocked as your login screen image.
The User, Support, and Account buttons are available via the Tactical Terminal’s Support button.
The User button takes you to the User Center where you can bind your account to your Google or Facebook accounts or delete your account.
The Support button takes you a list of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions). There is a My Question button but seems to be out of service.
The Account button allows you to switch between your accounts.
The FB button takes you out of the game and to the official Facebook page of Eternal City.