If you managed to complete the main quest in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin – a strange Team Ninja Final Fantasy spin-off with Nioh-like mechanics – and you want to continue grinding some more, we got you. Although the story, once you experience it to the end, may not make you want to play it again, the great gameplay and core mechanics will surely keep you engaged for longer.
If you decide to continue the game at the highest difficulty levels, you will not be able to increase your job levels beyond the maximum limit so the only customization comes through Master Points that can make you even stronger, which is necessary at the CHAOS difficulty level. Check out our guide below to learn how to obtain Master Points and how to use them in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin.
How to Get Master Points in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
After completing the game once, the last, highest, CHAOS difficulty level is unlocked. By completing the missions in this mode, you will win two new “currencies” that you will not find in other modes; these are Limit Releases items and Anima Crystals. Limit Releases will remove the maximum level limit on jobs, and Anima Crystals will instantly add XP to your job, drastically more than Anima Shards with normal weights. Why does this matter? Well, because you get one Master Point each time you successfully level a job one level above the maximum level. So the process looks like this:
- Use Limit Release to remove the level cap on a job.
- Level that job using Anima Crystals.
- Receive 1 Master Point for each level over the cap.
How and Use Master Points in Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin
In order to use your newly earned Master Points, click the right thumbstick on the job tree screen. You will be then presented with the Job Master menu where you can spend your Master Points like in a classic RPG game, investing it into one of the usual stats like HP+, Strength, Stamina, and Intellect. You can give a boost to a stat that is most useful in your particular playstyle, but you can also freely experiment with Master Points because you can reset them anytime at no cost.
Now you know how to get and use Master Points so get back into the Stranger of Paradise and grind those first few missions for the easiest boost in stats that will prepare you to take on the rest of the game on the unforgiving CHAOS difficulty.
For more Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin here on Prima Games, check out the following guides: Full Stranger of Paradise DLC Patch Notes – New Features, Changes and Fixes, Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin Side Mission List, and Stranger of Paradise: Full Main Mission List and Rewards.