Below you’ll find information on what I consider to be the best website for resources and information for Bleach Brave Souls!
Introducing: BBS Simulator
Even if you’re a veteran who’s already been playing the game for many years (such as myself) you should definitely find this website useful!
Here’s where you’ll get a nice breakdown of all the available items that you can get in game to enhance your character.
When you start out fresh, accessories are more of an afterthought, until you start building yourself a nice team!
Here you can nab all the artwork that’s currently available inside the game.
This covers all existing characters from 1* to 5* as well as images from the side stories that often pop up in-game!
A thankless task and always appreciated.
A nice little spot where you can try out different builds for different characters.
Simply pop a character name in (eg Nelliel, Ichigo etc)
From there you can pop in different stats for a character you have (or want!)
Then you’ll get a detailed breakdown of all abilities, buffs and debuffs and a general knowledge on what is good for that character and what’s not so good.
Pretty self explanatory. Here is where you’ll be able to find a rundown of ALL characters in Bleach Brave Souls.
You’ll be able to see their Soul Trait and Max Stats. It will show you from the newest characters added to the game but you can easily search for a fave and go from there! Neato!
Epic Raid are the newest form of Co-op in Bleach Brave Souls.
A team of up to 6 characters fight together against an extra hard boss of varying difficulties and characters.
This in turn allows you to get a little “familiar” that will follow you around and help during these special types of quests.
These can be difficult for beginners, so I wouldn’t recommend touching them until you have some knowledge on the game and some beefed up characters.
Extreme Co-op is a limited time event for players who are either 7th Seat or above and then there is a separate one for those that are sitting pretty at 3rd Seat or higher.
The rewards for finishing a round can be very nice.
This gives you a nice breakdown on what you can expect to face in each room and what bosses and enemies there are. It’ll also give you a breakdown of how much health they have. It can get pretty hectic, so this is definitely nice to have before going in for the first time!
Guild Quests are available to you as soon as you enter a guild. You can be invited or you can create your own!
Guild Quests are set out like a boss rush mode, where you have limited time to kill the bosses. Each week there are different rules set in place (such as more damage with certain attacks)
This page will give you a run down on what the rules are, what enemies you’ll face, as well as their stats. It will also give you a list at the bottom of what characters would be recommended to take on this challenge.
The further you progress, the better the rewards!
This is a nice little page that allows you to take a look at whats included in what banners. For example, you can look at the current gacha banner running and see what characters are available as well as a breakdown of each one.
Can be handy if you’re looking for a specific character on a current banner!
Senkaimon is essentially what I would call an endurance run. You select one of few paths and once selected, you have to go up all the floors and claim prizes along the way.
They generally start off easy and can be a good way to get some resources.
Each floor has a set of rules on whats allowed and whats not. This isn’t so much a big deal to begin with but towards the top floors, you’ll quickly learn that you more than likely need particular characters in order to pass.
The BBS page here will give you the low down on each floor, what characters work best for each floor and should help you form some strats to nail all floors and claims some of the good stuff!
Here it is! Not a lot to say about this one.
You can come here after expending all your Spirit Orbs and try a simulator on any of the banners that have been in the game.
Will you get lucky? Will you be able to duplicate that luck in game? Who knows.
May the RNG Gods be forever in your favour!
As the story. There’s no denying that Bleach has a great story and there’s absolutely tons of it for you to wade through in the game!
This page simply gives you a nice and easy way to see how many Soul Tickets it will take for you to get through a part of the story as well as how many Spirit Orbs you’ll get for going through it all.
For example, going through Part 1: Substitute Soul Reaper will take you 44 Soul Tickets (that’s split between Normal and Hard, with 22 Soul Tickets each)
the reward for going through it will be a total of 234 Spirit Orbs which is almost enough for a 10x Pull on a banner of your choice!
Just use the ID Number in the image!