Xenoblade Chronicles 3 brings back the classic Xenoblade gameplay but also has many new features. One of these is Ouroboros forms, a special technique that certain characters can use. This may leave you wondering what Ouroboros forms are and how they work in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
What are Ouroboros in Xenoblade Chronicles 3?
Ouroboros in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 are a special form that occurs when two characters interlink together. Two characters merge to create a unique and powerful Ouroboros. While two characters are in a single body, only one can control the Ouroboros at a time. But, you can swap which character is in control, which will also alter the Ouroboros form for that pair.
How does Ouroboros Work in XC3?
During combat, you can have two characters interlink and transform into an Ouroboros. This transformation only lasts for a limited time, but during this time, you will be able to unleash devastating Ouroboros arts.
What are Soul Points in XC3?
Souls Points are what you need to upgrade your Ouroboros form. Soul Points are earned in battle and can be spent to give your Ouroboros new abilities and skills. These can dramatically change the way your Ouroboros plays and give it a power boost.
All Ouroboros forms in Xenoblade Chronicles 3
Ouroboros forms can be taken on by your six main characters. These are Noah, Mio, Eunie, Taion, Lanz, and Sena. Here are all of the Ouroboros pairings in Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
Noah & Mio Ouroboros
Noah and Mio combine to form a powerful Ouroboros. You can swap between Noah and Mio to change the Ourorboros' form.
Eunie & Taion Ouroboros
Eunie and Taion combine to form a powerful Ouroboros. You can swap between Eunie and Taion to change the Ourorboros' form.
Lanz & Sena Ouroboros
Lanz and Sena combine to form a powerful Ouroboros. You can swap between Lanz and Sena to change the Ourorboros' form.
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