How to Get Firecore in Tower of Fantasy

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Tower of Fantasy Firecore

Some of the strongest weapons in Tower of Fantasy are fire weapons. If you recently picked up Negating Cube or Scythe of the Crows, you’re likely eager to upgrade them as quickly as possible to make them as strong as possible. To accomplish this, though, you’ll need Firecores.

If you’re interested in learning more, continue reading to discover how to get Firecores in Tower of Fantasy.

How to Get Firecore in Tower of Fantasy

The best way to get Firecores in Tower of Fantasy is by breaking elemental ore crystals. As you travel around, you’ll encounter these large crystals near mountain sides and through grassy plains. You can find them in every region. However, since there are multiple color variations, you’ll have to be careful which one you go for.

Specifically, Firecores drop from red elemental crystals. These ores are weak to Fire weapons. If you use non-Fire weapons to break the red crystal, you won’t inflict any damage to it.

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Thankfully, alternative options exist if you don’t want to go out hunting for elemental ores. The other way of getting Firecores is through the Weapon and Support stores. To access these, go to your game menu, head into Commissary, and select either the Weapon or Support store.

The Weapon Store requires you to use Black Gold as its currency. For every Gold and Black Nucleus special order spin you take, you’ll gain one Black Gold. One Firecore costs one Black Gold, so you’ll have to spin once for each Firecore you need.

The Support Shop, on the other hand, uses Support Points. You’ll gain more points as you join teams with other players. In particular, teaming up with new players or those that quit the game and rejoined will give you Support Points to use in the shop. Each Firecore costs 100 Support Points.

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 our guides on How to Get Magcores and the Best Naruto Presets.

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.