Project Mugetsu: Best Leveling Method in Update 2

How do you gain as much EXP as fast as possible in the game’s latest patch?

Project Mugetsu is one of the many Roblox games directly inspired by the popular Bleach manga and anime franchise, and it is regularly updated with new and reworked features. In the latest patch, there are a couple of new things that require you to be at max level, so in this guide, we will show you one way you can do this as quickly as possible.

Best Leveling Method in Update 2

For this method in particular, you are going to have to play the Raids game mode, which means working with around four other people. This means that you’ll have to have decent enough damage to effectively utilize this leveling method.

Specifically, you will want to do the Hollow Ambush map. As the name implies, this will have you facing waves of Hollow enemies, and you will want to abuse this fact to farm them quickly and efficiently.

If you have a group of friends with you, make sure to agree on whether or not to go for all waves, as most players will try to stop at around wave 41 due to it being the minimum for a guaranteed good loot roll.

Also, make sure that at least one person is a Quincy. This is because they are guaranteed to aggro everything in the instance. This makes it much easier to lure all of the enemies into a single pile.

One of the best ways to do this is have the Quincy player, or whoever has aggro for that matter, to climb on top of something relatively hard to reach, such as the branches of a tree.

Project Mugetsu player standing on a good lure position

Once the person who has aggro is in position, just prepare your best area of effect attacks and smack all of the clumped up enemies in one go. Depending on your team’s DPS, this should only take a second or two to clear.

Basically, just do this for every single wave and watch as the experience gains start flooding in. The only challenge here is going to be starting the raid itself, as you might have to reset when players want to leave early after getting their loot.

Project Mugetsu player using an area of effect ability

Damage Too Low For Raids?

If you feel that your damage is not high enough to efficiently clear raids, return to the main world and continue questing as normal until you do. Come back to the raids once you feel that your DPS has gotten a significant bump.

With the new races and bosses added to the game in the latest update, it can be worth grinding for exclusive drops or rerolling to boost your DPS as well. In case you have no idea how to do that, we have a guide on how to reroll your race.

If you need a quick summary of all the significant changes made in the latest patch, check out our complete Update 2 guide for Project Mugetsu to get more in-depth details.

Finally, if you are looking to be the bait during Hollow Ambush raids, we also have a guide on how to get Quincy in Project Mugetsu. It’s an old article, but as far as we can tell, the current method is still exactly the same as before.

Project Mugetsu player starting the quincy quest

And that is everything you need to know in order to level up as fast as possible in the latest update of the game. While you’re here, check out our guide on how to get Hogyoku in Project Mugetsu as well, which will require some skill to acquire!


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