The latest update from Crunchyroll Games gave us a sneak peek into the Tower of Luna event for the EN/WW server. Starting in September of 2021, we'll be getting the event for the first time and will likely have an update every month from now. Let's dig right into the event and go over some basics.

Tower of Luna Basics:

Tower of Luna will be available during the event period once you have completed Main Quest 9-1 on normal. This will be a whole separate event section similar to story events. You will be climbing up the Tower of Luna starting from floor 1 all the way to the highest floor. The highest floor will change with each time the Tower of Luna is reintroduced. The starting highest floor will be floor 70 and will also come with an EX stage once completed.

Some basics for the event is as follows:

  • You can use to up 15 characters a day toward Tower of Luna. (HP and TP will carry over between floors and days.)
  • Good news, the EN/WW server got earlier quality of life updates. You can use all of your characters for climbing as long as they are level 10 or above.
  • Attempting each floor does not cost any stamina.
  • If the battle times out, your entire party will wipe. This is similar to the EX dungeon except it happens once you time out so there is no way to avoid it.
  • You have one reset each day to reset all your characters to full HP. This will also reset their TP.
  • Each day, you may borrow one character for support.
  • Princess Heart, the item for unique equipment is implemented and rewarded on select floors.
  • Tower of Luna will return in future updates with more challenges and rewards.

You can think of Tower of Luna as bonus content almost. It is essentially a series of dungeon floors/boss floors. Each floor will have enemy monsters, shadow versions of characters, and bosses in an assortment of settings. This event tests flexibility and different team compositions. It is definitely possible to clear it during the event period but don't worry if you can't. It will come back and be easier the next time around as you will have more characters, a higher level cap, and more equipment and stats to fight the previous floors.

Tower of Luna Floors 131-150 Information:

For our Tower of Luna guide, we'll be listing the enemies on each of the boss floors (every 10th floor) and posting some recommendations near the end. Of course, there are floors in between each of the boss floors but you can use most of the recommended boss teams and adjust as needed. Most of the standard floors just require a team that can withstand the enemies' damage and be able to do enough damage to clear the floors.

140th Floor

Little Eye (Lvl. 120)
109,080 HP
Little Eye (Lvl. 120)
109,080 HP
Shadow Ninon (Lvl. 120)
112,320 HP
Lord Ibiliy (Lvl. 120)
2,450,000 HP
Shadow Suzume (Lvl. 120)
79,560 HP

150th Floor

Little Eye (Lvl. 122)
110,080 HP
Little Eye (Lvl. 122)
110,080 HP
Shadow Kurumi (Lvl. 122)
114,240 HP
Lord Ibiliy (Lvl. 122)
2,500,000 HP
Shadow Nanaka (Lvl. 122)
88,358 HP

For floors 131 to 150, the boss is Lord Ibiliy. The details for the boss can be found here:

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
Floors 131-150
Lvl. Varies
Varies Large magic damage to all enemies and lowers their magic defense. Randomly deals magic damage to one enemy. Happens 6 times. Inflicts magic damage and restrains the enemy third from the back. Also deals a small amount of magic damage to all enemies.

This boss is quite annoying as it deals mostly magical damage and also has a restrain skill. You'll want to be careful about how you approach this boss.

Tower of Luna Floors 131-150 Guide

We'll now go into detail on some of the teams that will help tackle the boss floors. Most of these teams were tested at max level at the time and should work at lower levels as well for some of the lower floors. These are of course recommendations, feel free to make changes as needed. You'll find this set of floors to be much harder and the bosses will usually require two or more teams to complete them. This is fairly normal as the content starts to ramp up in difficulty.

140th Floor

If you thought the previous floors were hard, just wait until you see the latest boss floors. At first glance, this doesn't seem too difficult... Then you look at the enemy composition and more importantly the boss HP. It is quite the HP sponge, so even on JP, it required about 4 teams to clear. We'll just list the team below and go over potential changes and the strategy with the team.

Yui Shiori Kokkoro Mifuyu Pecorine
Miyako
(Halloween)
Mitsuki Rin Monika Mimi
Rei Tamaki Hiyori Akino Kuka
Tomo Makoto Nozomi Kaori Jun

This team is about as close as a F2P or easy to obtain character team you can make. The first team focuses on clearing as much of the mobs as possible and attemptst to get to Ninon or even clears Ninon. The second team deals with Suzume in the back and does some small damage to the boss. The last 2 teams are purely DPS teams to take out the huge health pool that the boss has. Another alternative team can be found below. The idea is still the same.

Kyoka Karyl Misato Akari Pecorine
Chika Saren Mimi Tamaki Miyako
Shiori Suzuna Yukari Makoto Kuka
Tomo Makoto Nozomi Kaori Jun

This second team is a little less F2P friendly but gets the job done. You might need to manual or do some tests here but the idea is still the same. The first team should clear up to Ninon. The second team has to finish off Suzume. The final 2 teams are there to do damage to the boss.

150th Floor

Kyoka Karyl Misato Akari Shizuru
Arisa Rin Kurumi Tsumugi Miyako
Christina Hiyori Nozomi Kaori Jun
Kokkoro
(Summer)
Tomo Akino Makoto Kuka

The 150th floor is very similar in concept to the 140th floor. The first team should clear up to Kurumi. The second team is there to clear out Nanaka in the back. The final 2 teams are there to clear up the boss. On the bright side, you can throw just about everything and the kitchen sink at this boss as this is the last floor for this update.

EX 150th Floor

Shadow Kuka (Lvl. 122)
76,755 HP
Shadow Matsuri (Lvl. 122)
71,400 HP
Lord Ibiliy (Lvl. 142)
920,000 HP
Shadow Akari (Lvl. 122)
53,550 HP
Luna Pod (Lvl. 122)
29,000 HP

This EX stage can prove to be quite a challenge as the boss deals a lot of damage and the combination of Shadow units has a lot of disruption. Matsuri jumping into your team can displace your units and trying to use a magic team against Kuka is just a bad time.

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
EX Floor 150
Lvl. 142
920,000 Large magic damage to all enemies and lowers their magic defense. Randomly deals magic damage to one enemy. Happens 6 times. Inflicts magic damage and restrains the enemy third from the back. Also deals a small amount of magic damage to all enemies.

Don't forget about the Luna Pod in the back that gives TP to the boss. You'll want to make sure you deal with it as soon as possible.

Suggested Teams

Misato Suzuna Kokkoro
(Summer)
Shizuru Kuka
Arisa Miyako
(Halloween)
Mitsuki Rin Yukari
Tamaki
(Summer)
Makoto Nozomi Kaori Jun

The reasoning behind the EX team is pretty similar to the regular floor 150. The big difference is that the boss no longer has as much HP which makes this stage doable. The first team must be able to survive and take out Kuka and Matsuri. The second team is there to take out Akari and the Luna Pod in the back. Finally, our last team is used to clear out the boss.

Kyoka Karyl
(Summer)
Karyl Akari Yukari
Suzuna Miyako
(Halloween)
Mitsuki Tamaki Kuka
Kokkoro
(Summer)
Christina Tamaki
(Summer)
Makoto Jun

An alternative team would look as follows. You can actually still use a magic team against Kuka. It's a little counter intuitive but with enough damage, you can get through. Matsuri is much easier to clear out with this magic team. The second team deals with Akari and the Luna Pod. The final team should do just enough damage to take out the boss.

Tower of Luna Floors 111-130 Information:

Below you'll find information for the boss floors 111 to 130.

120th Floor

Mine Lizard (Lvl. 116)
81,098 HP
Mine Lizard (Lvl. 116)
81,098 HP
Shadow Misogi (Lvl. 116)
88,140 HP
High Garoog (Lvl. 116)
755,000 HP
Shadow Rino (Lvl. 116)
67,094 HP

130th Floor

Mine Lizard (Lvl. 118)
84,280 HP
Mine Lizard (Lvl. 118)
84,280 HP
Shadow Tamaki (Lvl. 118)
85,100 HP
High Garoog (Lvl. 118)
773,000 HP
Shadow Maho (Lvl. 118)
81,765 HP

For floors 111 to 130, the boss is High Garoog. The details for the boss can be found here:

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
Floors 111-130
Lvl. Varies
Varies Large physical damage to all enemies and restores HP. Deals physical damage to enemies in the back and stuns them. It also reduces physical defense of all enemies. Deals physical damage to enemies in the front range and poisons them.

This boss is a souped-up version of the one found in earlier stages in the Main Quest used as a more powerful boss. This boss does a lot of physical damage and heals itself when it uses its UB. There is also a stun attack that targets your units in the back. The final skill does more physical damage to your front units and also poisons them. If you're not careful, it is pretty easy to wipe against this boss.

Tower of Luna Floors 111-130 Guide

We'll now go into detail on some of the teams that will help tackle the boss floors. Most of these teams were tested at max level at the time and should work at lower levels as well for some of the lower floors. These are of course recommendations, feel free to make changes as needed. You'll find this set of floors to be much harder and the bosses will usually require two or more teams to complete them. This is fairly normal as the content starts to ramp up in difficulty.

120th Floor

Shiori Suzuna Kokkoro Shizuru Miyako

This is probably going to the first boss floor that requires 3 teams or so to complete outside of EX floors. You may be able to do it in two teams but you'll certainly need to test. Our gear is slightly ahead and the same as our character levels so maybe it is possible to use fewer teams.

Anyway, our first team involves using Miyako and Shizuru for survival from the damage that Shadow Misogi and Shadow Rino do to our team. Having two archers in the back to deal damage without taking damage from the enemies is essential. Kokkoro is here to help boost our damage output by giving attack speed and also having survivability from her own heal.

Kyoka Karyl
(Summer)
Hatsune Karyl Misato

Our second team here is a magic team to help clear up to the boss and to also help deal with Shadow Rino in the back. Since everyone is so far back, it should actually push Rino out to the front and should help you make short work of her. Alternatively, you can actually use a team that comprises of Mitsuki, Arisa, and Maho to deal with Rino. You can also add in Hatsune to make that team more consistent. The important part is having your units far back enough so that Rino moves forward.

Kokkoro
(Summer)
Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun

Our last team here is a fairly standard kill team. You should only have to deal with the boss now. Between having the damage from Makoto and Tomo, you should be more than good to go to take care of the boss. You can easily any other flex DPS here you have left for Tomo. This includes Christina, Hiyori, and Kaori.

130th Floor

Arisa Christina Kokkoro Shizuru Miyako

If you thought floor 120 was annoying, floor 130 is probably even worse. The combination of Shadow Tamaki and Shadow Maho restricts what units you can really use until you make sure both of them are dealt with. This first team is used to deal with all the units up to and including Shadow Tamaki. Having Christina and Arisa should be more than enough damage for your team. The good thing is Shadow Tamaki and Shadow Maho will not really be affecting this team too much.

Yui Miyako
(Halloween)
Mitsuki Yukari Pecorine

This second team is here to deal with Maho in the back so your main/third team can deal enough damage to clear out the boss. We're using the combination of Mitsuki and Miyako (Halloween) here. You have quite a few options for replacements on this team. You can easily replace Yukari with Tamaki to be a bit more offensive and replace Yui with Maho for a better single target heal.

You can also use a team that involves Tsumugi in your teams to move enemies around making it easier to clear out back units. The important part is that your first two teams must take care of the mobs and Shadow Tamaki and Shadow Maho.

Kokkoro
(Summer)
Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun

Now we bring back our main damage team to take out the trash. Again, you can easily slot in Hiyori or Kaori into the flex DPS slot. If you want even more damage, you can replace Kokkoro (Summer) with Tamaki (Summer).

Congrats! That should get you to complete the main floors for this Tower of Luna update. All that's left is the EX version of floor 130.

EX 130th Floor

Shadow Nozomi (Lvl. 118)
87,400 HP
Shadow Tomo (Lvl. 118)
75,900 HP
High Garoog (Lvl. 138)
773,000 HP
Shadow Hatsune (Lvl. 118)
51,750 HP
Luna Pod (Lvl. 118)
3,300 HP

This EX stage can prove to be quite a challenge as the boss deals a lot of damage and the combination of Shadow units makes it a lot harder to brute force through this one.

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
EX Floors 130
Lvl. 138
773,000 Large physical damage to all enemies and restores HP. Deals physical damage to enemies in the back and stuns them. It also reduces physical defense of all enemies. Deals physical damage to enemies in the front range and poisons them.

Just a reminder that the Luna Pod in the back constantly gives TP to the boss so you want to make sure it gets cleared as soon as possible. This is especially bad since the boss restores HP on using its UB.

Suggested Teams

Kyoka Karyl Misato Akari Shizuru
Mitsuki Yukari Mimi Tamaki Kuka
Christina Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun

The team above is probably the easiest to build. It involves using a magic team to deal with Shadow Nozomi, Shadow Tomo, and the Luna Pod in the back. The second team is there to deal with Shadow Hatsune. The final team is used to clear out the boss. You will want to put in as much damage as you can into this team as the boss is tankier than the non-EX version.

You can easily make replacements in this team. You can sub in Karyl (Summer) or Hatsune into the first team easily instead of using Karyl or Kyoka. Maho can sub in for Yukari. If you have Shinobu (Halloween), you can use her for the second team to help deal with Hatsune. The same can also be said for Miyako (Halloween). Finally, for the last team, you can bring in any flex DPS to replace Tomo or Christina. This includes using Hiyori or Kaori.

Tower of Luna Floors 71-110 Information:

Below you'll find information for the boss floors 70 to 110.

80th Floor

Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 102)
59,378 HP
Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 102)
59,378 HP
Shadow Kurumi (Lvl. 102)
78,489 HP
Electro Gigas (Lvl. 102)
520,800 HP
Shadow Kyoka (Lvl. 102)
53,538 HP

90th Floor

Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 105)
67,453 HP
Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 105)
67,453 HP
Shadow Illya (Lvl. 105)
69,825 HP
Electro Gigas (Lvl. 105)
581,250 HP
Shadow Yuki (Lvl. 105)
66,334 HP

100th Floor

Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 111)
69,828 HP
Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 111)
69,828 HP
Shadow Ayane (Lvl. 111)
86,184 HP
Shadow Mifuyu (Lvl. 111)
86,184 HP
Electro Gigas (Lvl. 111)
595,200 HP

110th Floor

Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 114)
70,778 HP
Crazy Doggy (Lvl. 114)
70,778 HP
Shadow Tomo (Lvl. 114)
79,088 HP
Electro Gigas (Lvl. 114)
622,250 HP
Shadow Io (Lvl. 114)
56,021 HP

For floors 71 to 110, the boss is Electro Gigas. The details for the boss can be found here:

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
Floors 71-110
Lvl. Varies
Varies Large physical damage and paralysis to all enemies in the front range. Cancels own status-up effects and reduces own magic and physical defense. Large magic damage to all enemies and increases own physical attack. Increases own team action/attack speed.

Tower of Luna Floors 71-110 Guide

We'll now go into detail on some of the teams that will help tackle the boss floors. Most of these teams were tested at max level at the time and should work at lower levels as well for some of the lower floors. These are of course recommendations, feel free to make changes as needed. You'll find this set of floors to be much harder and the bosses will usually require two teams to complete them. This is fairly normal as the content starts to ramp up in difficulty.

80th Floor

Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun Miyako

This combination of shadow units and the boss is tough. It is technically possible to do it in a single hit with the above team but you're better off going for a two-party clear. You'll be seeing this combination of units a lot, this is the best team to clear the boss with. You can try replacing Tomo with Tamaki (Summer) or other flex DPS characters. She just needs to sit behind Nozomi since the boss hits the front three units. To do so see the team below:

Saren Illya Shizuru Pecorine Kuka

This is the majority of units you likely won't need to use again. Kuka is here to mostly tank the hit from Kyoka and the boss. Illya is used to clear up to Kurumi. Once she's gone, the stage gets much easier and you can use the team above to cleanup the boss and Kyoka.

90th Floor

Kyoka Yui Karyl
(Summer)
Yukari Kuka

Having to deal with Shadow Illya here means you'll need a team that can stand at the back and not get hit by Illya. Kuka + Yukari will keep your units alive and provide a good defense against both Yuki and Illya. You will then need a second team to clear the boss once Illya is defeated. You can sub in Shizuru or Kokkoro (Summer) for Yukari. If you have a higher level Akari, you can also replace Yui with Akari for additional damage.

You can also make use of archers instead of the mage team above but that is best saved for the later levels. Suzuna, Arisa, and Shizuru can slot in for the mages above.

Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun Miyako

We'll continue to use this team against the boss as it is the safest team due to the use of 3 tanks which ensures they won't die to the boss as it hits hard and fast due to its skills.

100th Floor

Shiori Suzuna Arisa Kokkoro Shizuru

If you didn't use your archers for the boss on floor 90, now is the time for them to shine. Combine it with Shizuru to tank up front and Kokkoro to increase action speed. The combination of Shadow Ayane and Mifuyu is quite annoying and requires your use of ranged units to better deal damage to them. If you used your archers above, you can use a mage team here instead. You can also mix and match the mages and archers.

Kyoka Maho Karyl
(Summer)
Akari Shizuru

Once you've cleared up to Mifuyu, you can take out the regular team to clear out the boss stage.

Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun Miyako

Well, we're almost there. Just one more boss floor before the EX floor.

110th Floor

Kyoka Karyl
(Summer)
Akari Kokkoro
(Summer)
Kuka

We're finally on the last boss floor. This floor really require some advance planning as the shadow unit combination is pretty deadly. Shadow Io and Tomo makes it difficult to plan a party as Io's charm can really wreck physical teams. Tomo also does a lot of damage and can soak up quite a bit of damage before you get to the boss. Thankfully, we can use the first team to at least clear up to Tomo. This team is actually quite flexible and can have various combinations.

You can replace Kokkoro (Summer) with Shizuru or Yukari if they are still available. If you need additional healing, you can replace one of the back mages with Yui.

Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun Miyako

Once you clear up to the boss, this should be fairly simple. We can just throw the regular boss clearing team at it. Again, you can replace Tomo with any flex DPS unit. Tamaki (Summer) works really well in Tomo's spot if you don't have Tomo.

With that, we're done the regular Tower of Luna floors up to 110. We just have the EX 110 floor to go.

EX 110th Floor

Shadow Lima (Lvl. 114)
88,800 HP
Shadow Anna (Lvl. 114)
102,398 HP
Electro Gigas (Lvl. 134)
680,000 HP
Shadow Chika (Lvl. 114)
41,514 HP
Luna Pod (Lvl. 114)
28,000 HP

Another tough EX stage. If you're not careful, you'll have a pretty bad time. It might not look like Shadow Lima has a lot of HP but her defensive stats are very high. Recall that the Luna Pod at the back provides the boss with TP. He'll be using his UB a lot more often when it is still around.

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
EX Floor 110
Lvl. 134
680,000 Large physical damage and paralysis to all enemies in the front range. Cancels own status-up effects and reduces own magic and physical defense. Large magic damage to all enemies and increases own physical attack. Increases own team action/attack speed.

The EX boss is much tougher and hits a lot harder. Beware as the boss will be using their UB more often due to the Luna Pod in the back.

Suggested Teams

Io Djeeta Tsumugi Nozomi Kuka
Yui Miyako
(Halloween)
Mitsuki Yukari Shizuru
Tamaki Makoto Pecorine Jun Miyako

The above party is very specialized and used to deal with specific threats on the EX floor. The first party mostly takes care of Lima and Anna. You can replace Djeeta with a caster too such as Kyoka or Karyl (Summer). Tsumugi is great here as she can help displace Lima and make it easier to reach Anna. The second party is used to kill the Luna Pod in the back and to finish off the other shadow units. Finally, our third boss will clear out the boss and help take care of Shadow Chika if she is still alive.

Kyoka Karyl
(Summer)
Akari Shizuru Kuka
Suzuna Miyako
(Halloween)
Mitsuki Yukari Pecorine
Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun Miyako

This second team is probably easier to build. Most of these units already see use and we get to use the trusty old boss killing party. You should be pretty familiar with the third party. The concept is similar as you want to deal with Lima and Anna as soon as possible. Running a magic team helps reduce the damage taken from Anna when she is low on HP. The second team is there to deal with the back support units. The final team is going to deal with the boss. It has certainly done that before!

Tower of Luna Floors 1-70 Information:

Below you'll find information for the boss floors 10 to 70.

10th Floor

Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 65)
144,200 HP

20th Floor

Ruin Doll (Lvl. 75)
35,170 HP
Ruin Doll (Lvl. 75)
35,170 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 75)
185,400 HP

30th Floor

Ruin Doll (Lvl. 80)
50,920 HP
Ruin Doll (Lvl. 80)
50,920 HP
Shadow Akino (Lvl. 80)
91,464 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 80)
247,200 HP

40th Floor

Ruin Doll (Lvl. 85)
64,301 HP
Ruin Doll (Lvl. 85)
64,301 HP
Shadow Ayane (Lvl. 85)
87,200 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 85)
332,690 HP

50th Floor

Ruin Doll (Lvl. 90)
69,817 HP
Ruin Doll (Lvl. 90)
69,817 HP
Shadow Shizuru (Lvl. 90)
97,108 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 90)
449,132 HP
Shadow Aoi (Lvl. 90)
20,160 HP

60th Floor

Ruin Doll (Lvl. 95)
73,313 HP
Ruin Doll (Lvl. 95)
73,313 HP
Shadow Monika (Lvl. 95)
86,211 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 95)
567,440 HP
Shadow Shiori (Lvl. 95)
38,624 HP

70th Floor

Ruin Doll (Lvl. 100)
76,067 HP
Ruin Doll (Lvl. 100)
76,067 HP
Shadow Rei (Lvl. 100)
70,265 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 100)
604,200 HP
Shadow Rino (Lvl. 100)
28,006 HP

As you can see from the above, the boss for this set of boss is the Ikt Galadion. The details for the boss can be found here:

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
Floors 10-70
Lvl. Varies
Varies Very large magic damage to all enemies and reduces magic defense. Large physical damage to enemies in the front range. Large magic damage to enemies in the front range and paralyzes them.

Tower of Luna Floors 1-70 Guide

In this section, we'll list some team compositions for the various boss floors. These teams can also be used for the climb-up. Most of these teams were tested at max level at the time and should work at lower levels as well for some of the lower floors. These are of course recommendations, feel free to make changes as needed.

10th Floor to 40th Floors

Kokkoro
(Summer)
Makoto Nozomi Kaori Jun

This team composition should get you through the bosses on floors 10 to 40. The combination of Jun and Nozomi should take care of most damage from the boss and the shadow units. Kaori and Makoto are the main sources of damage on your team and Kokkoro (Summer) is there to provide support and heals to the rest of the team.

50th Floor

Yukari Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun

This is where the boss starts getting tough. Just on stats alone, the boss is approaching the VH dungeon levels of HP. In addition, the support skills from Shizuru also severely hampers the damage you're able to deal with. Aoi in the backline can also do quite a bit of damage which necessitates the use of two tanks to survive. It is possible to make some adjustments to the above team but Tomo and Makoto make a great pair of attackers.

Kokkoro
(Summer)
Makoto Kaori Jun Miyako

An alternative team composition can include the usage of Miyako as the second tank. Kaori and Makoto are in a fairly safe spot and Kokkoro (Summer) can provide the heal necessary to survive.

60th Floor

Mitsuki Kokkoro
(Summer)
Tomo Nozomi Jun
Yukari Makoto Kaori Jun Miyako

This is probably the first floor where the boss can't be beaten on a single hit. This requires a two-team strategy as the combination of shadow units is quite annoying. They have a Monika shadow which increases their attack speed while also stunning your front unit. Shiori in the back does a significant amount of damage and her UB increases her physical attack as well. This two-team composition should help you take out the boss and break the floor 60 wall. It seems weird to borrow a Jun but trust us, this is one of the best units to borrow on the higher floors.

Maho Shiori Suzuna Monika Pecorine
Yukari Akino Makoto Kaori Jun

The above team is an alternative to the first team. Unfortunately, you'll still need Makoto and Kaori. The second team takes advantage of archers and is able to shoot from the back. Monika is there for the stun and the speed up to match the Monika shadow.

70th Floor

Yui Tomo Makoto Nozomi Jun
Kokkoro
(Summer)
Yukari Mimi Kaori Jun

The boss may have more HP than on floor 60 but the enemy composition is actually a little easier to deal with. You just have to make sure you can deal with Rino and not die from her UB. Shadow Rei actually moves up quite a bit so if you can take her down after using the first party, the second part should be fairly simple.

Misato Shiori Suzuna Monika Miyako
Yui Yukari Makoto Kaori Jun

This is an alternative set of parties that can be used. The first part takes advantage of the fact that your first party is likely to take a lot of damage. You can use archers first to chip away at the enemies and hopefully be able to clear up to Rei. The second team is where the majority of your damage lies with Makoto and Kaori. Yui and Yukari are there to provide the much-needed heal and survivability.

Tower of Luna EX Guide

Once you complete floor 70, you will unlock the first EX mission in Tower of Luna. The EX floors are basically a challenge floor and is some of the most difficult in the content. Even in JP, the EX floors of Tower of Luna can be very challenging and require very specific team compositions to beat. So don't feel too bad if you're not able to beat it this time around. You'll always get another chance to do so.

The difference with EX floors is that you can have as many tries as you like and your units are not tied to the same HP and TP as with regular floors. You can build 3 parties that attack the boss one at a time. You need to clear all the enemies with your 3 teams to complete it.

EX 70th Floor

Shadow Miyako (Lvl. 100)
93,504 HP
Shadow Mimi (Lvl. 100)
74,803 HP
Ikt Galadion (Lvl. 120)
650,000 HP
Shadow Suzume (Lvl. 100)
36,504 HP
Luna Pod (Lvl. 100)
23,000 HP

This combination of units is actually quite tough. Miyako is a really good tank and means your first team needs to be magic to counter it. Mimi also poses problems with her AOE damage as well as Suzume in the back. The Luna Pod provides TP to the boss and means they will UB way more often than normal. You'll need really decent teams to be able to clear this EX stage.

Difficulty HP Union Burst Skill 1 Skill 2
EX Floor 70
Lvl. 120
650,000 Very large magic damage to all enemies and reduces magic defense. Large physical damage to enemies in the front range. Large magic damage to enemies in the front range and paralyzes them.

As you can see, the boss above will have a lot more HP. Combined with the Luna Pod increasing the frequency of the boss using their UB, you're set for a tough battle.

Suggested Teams

Kyoka Karyl Akari Monika Kuka
Mitsuki Saren Mimi Nozomi Pecorine
Shiori Yukari Akino Kaori Jun

The above party is the most friendly team to build and requires less of the 3*'s and limited characters. The idea behind the team is for the first party to clear out Miyako. The second team should be able to do some damage to Suzume and the Luna Pod. The third team is the main boss killer and should be able to take out the remaining HP on the boss while being able to survive.

Kyoka Karyl
(Summer)
Akari Illya Shizuru
Shiori Mitsuki Tomo Nozomi Kuka
Kokkoro
(Summer)
Tamaki
(Summer)
Makoto Kaori Jun

This set of teams is more suited for players that rolled a lot of the meta characters. There are quite a few changes you can make to the teams above. However, the idea remains the same with the first party taking out Miyako and having the second party do a nominal amount of damage to the boss. The third team is where the majority of your damage is and should easily clear the boss out.

Rewards

Clearing out each of the floors will provide a set of rewards to go along with the sense of accomplishment you'll be getting. Details posted below are from the JP server and we will update the list if anything changes.

Rank Rewards
Floors 1-9, 11-19, etc.
(Non-boss floors)
30 Jewels
5 Equipment
Mana
Floor 10 & 20
100 Jewels
5 Equipment
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 30
100 Jewels
2 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 40
100 Jewels
2 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 50
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 60
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 70
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 80
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 90
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 100
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 110
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 120
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 130
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 140
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
Floor 150
100 Jewels
3 Memory Shards
Mana
1 Princess Heart
EX Floor 70, 110, 130, & 150
300 Jewels
30 Divine Amulets
Mana
1 Princess Heart

The rewards are well worth the effort. There are a lot of jewels up for grabs in addition to a few memory shards scattered here and there. Each floor also drops 5x of a single piece of equipment on completion and can help you stockpile some equipment.

Overall, Tower of Luna is another welcome addition to the rotation of monthly content. This is probably the closest thing to end-game content and requires quite a bit of effort. Hopefully, our guide can help you with some of the boss floors and give you a better understanding of the event. Let us know on Discord or our Twitter, if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. Best of luck!

Last Update: December 7, 2021