This guide shares Xeno ゼノTrello and Discord server links. Most Roblox games have a Trello and These Roblox Game Trello helps players understand a game’s basics and cover every aspect of it.
In this Xeno ゼノTrello, You will find the official link to Trello and some useful guides. You can find the Xeno ゼノ Discord link on the game’s listing page on Roblox.
Xeno ゼノTrello & Wiki
LMB – Light Attack
RMB – Heavy Attack
X2 Space – Fly
X2 W when locked on – Dash
Shift – Boosted Flight
X2 Ctrl – Sprint
Q – Ki Blasts
L / MMB – Lock on
X – Z vanish
Hold E – Toggle Scouter
Menu – ` (Button next to 1)
J – Lethal Blows (Auto grips when the enemy is low)
N – Rest (To recover life force, or you can use a healing pod)
C – Charge Ki
Alt – Shift Lock
/e SendCash (User) (Amount) (NOTE: the cash is put in the user’s bank)
/e SendItem (User) (ItemName)
/e TrainWith (User)
Lives and Life Force
In the bottom-left corner of your screen, you have text which says
”Life Force: (number)”. Life Force (LF) is a value which goes down when you train, get gripped or do certain actions.
When your LF goes under 0, you will instantly recover a small amount of it and lose a life. Your lives are displayed above your health (red circle). Once you reach 0 lives, you will be sent to the afterlife.
You can recover LF by pressing N when out of combat, making your character play an animation and slowly recovering LF.
When you die, you will lose 45% of your BP and 65% of your Zeni.
Gaining Battle Power
Battle Power (BP) is what determines your strength. Every race starts with different BP and every race has a different BP multiplier which allows them to gain faster or slower than other races.
Gaining BP can be done in multiple ways: fighting NPCs, bosses, your shadow or training with other players. If your opponent is stronger than you by a certain amount, you will get a BP multiplier (often referred to as leeching).
NPCs are the slowest way to gain BP in the early game, as they always are half of your BP and have no built-in way of giving more BP.
Bosses give more BP in the early game, as their BP is going to be much higher than yours, triggering the leeching bonus. However, once your BP is too high to trigger it, they are just as useless as NPCs BP gain-wise.
Your shadow (which you can summon by pressing K) is the best way of earning BP if you have no one to train with. It has 20% less BP than you. When you kill it, you have a chance of getting BP/Limit Break progress
Training with another player is the fastest way of earning BP. You can do this by having one of you typing /e TrainWith (other player’s username). This makes you gain much more BP than everything else, especially if the training is triggering the leech bonus.
Limit Breaks (LBs) are a feature in Xeno which will slow your progress down while they are active. Most things which should give you BP will give progress towards your LB instead, reducing the BP gains.
The first LB will begin at 12k BP. At first, you will not know. But once it reaches a certain %, it will appear and you will see a yellow progress bar. By doing actions which normally give BP, it will fill up. Once it fills fully, you character will play an animation and say it has broken its limits, giving you a small amount of BP. The next LB will appear when you reach double of your BP at that point.
Using weights greatly increases the speed at which your LB progresses.
Quests and Z-Quests
On nearly every planet, you can find quest boards. Interacting with it will make you queue up for a quest. Once you receive it, a red countdown will appear on your screen along with a red dotted square somewhere around you. Look around until you see it. When you’ve spotted it, fly towards it.
At the square location, there will be 5 NPCs. Killing all of them will give you around 1.2k Zeni.
Once you have enough Zeni for a Space Pod, go to Bulma’s shop and buy a Space Pod (if there isn’t one in the current shop rotation, wait a bit until there is). From that point on forward, you will sometimes receive Z-Quests when completing regular Quests. They will ask you to go to another planet and do a regular Quest there. When a Z-Quest is completed, it gives between 5k to 10k Zeni.
When you get 65k Zeni, it may be a good idea to go to Earth into the Hyperbolic Time Chamber, where you will be able to gain a lot of BP quickly.
Xeno ゼノ Trello Link
Here is a Link to the official Xeno ゼノ Trello :
On Xeno ゼノ Trello, you will find information and guides about the game. Here is some of the information you can still find there:
- Book Location
Xeno ゼノ Trello FAQ
Q: What is the Xeno ゼノ Trello?
A: The Xeno ゼノ Trello is a platform where players can find information and guides about the game. It covers various aspects of the game, including maps/locations, book locations, boss information, codes, clans, and skills.
A: You can find the Xeno ゼノ Trello link in this page, we have shared link in this post. Also, Read out our: Sorcerer Battlegrounds Trello
Q: Is the Xeno ゼノ Trello the same as the game’s Wiki?
A: No, the Xeno ゼノ Trello is not the same as the game’s Wiki, but it covers similar information.
Q: What kind of information can I find on the Xeno ゼノ Trello?
A: On the Xeno ゼノ Trello, you can find information about various aspects of the game, including boss information, book locations, clans, codes, maps/locations, and skills.
Q: Can I get in-game rewards from the Xeno ゼノ Trello?
A: No, you cannot get in-game rewards from the Xeno ゼノ Trello. It is only a platform where players can find information and guides about the game.