How to Get a Unicorn Bionic Frame in Tower of Fantasy

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Tower of Fantasy Unicorn Bionic Frame

The fifth region in Tower of Fantasy is a cold but pleasant area. As you fly and jetboard around, you may encounter a massive building in the middle of the ocean. If you tried to guess what was in it, would your first guess be one-quarter of a unicorn?

Yes, you read that correctly. The Warren region houses one of the parts of the Monocross, a robotic unicorn mount that requires four parts to unlock. If you’re interested in reading more, continue reading to discover how to get the Unicorn Bionic Frame part for the Monocross vehicle in Tower of Fantasy.

How to Get a Unicorn Bionic Frame in Tower of Fantasy

Getting the Unicorn Bionic Frame requires you to access Warren, the fifth region of the game. You need at least a Suppressor V3.4 to avoid taking damage in Warren, which you’ll unlock above level 40.

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Once you’ve upgraded your suppressor to V3.4, head to the Southern Naa Fjords Spacerift in northern Warren. From here, go directly north up to the massive Dawn Frontier structure. You’ll find a door with a passcode lock at the very top of this building. Enter the code 7092 to unlock the door and enter. Since the number nine is represented by “10% off” on the keypad, press this button as a substitute.

Avoid the scout enemies within the building and navigate the corridors until you reach the stairs heading to the basement level. Run down the stairs and continue avoiding the guards. Eventually, you’ll encounter an orange-glowing supply pod. Open the pod to get the Unicorn Bionic Frame!

After obtaining the bionic frame and the three other Monocross vehicle parts, head into your Vehicles menu to unlock the mount. Congratulations! You can now officially say that you ride around on a unicorn in Tower of Fantasy.

Tower of Fantasy is available on PC, Android, and iOS devices through the official website. If you’re interested in learning more about the game, check out How to Get the Dust Wheeler and How to Use the Map.

About the Author

Madison Benson

Madison is a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.