The hub of your adventure, this is the waiting room of the station "Bottom of Barbs," the last of Line 15.
Situated under the Tower of Barbs, this room contains many interesting features.
Just what are you waiting for, you ask? Perhaps the question should be... what is waiting for you?
-Barb's BibleThis is the players hub. Here, they can shop for equipment, store items, level up, collect bonuses, access their characters and more.
- 1 Interesting Features
- 2 Tower Entry
- 3 Shops
Interesting Features[edit | edit source]
Quest Rewards, Login Bonus and Presents are placed in this box.
Storage Chest[edit | edit source]
Players can store items from their Death Bag here.
Vanishing Point[edit | edit source]
A fountain in the center of the Waiting Room's main chamber which provides access to the Arcade and fully heals the player.
Uncle Prime Box[edit | edit source]
A present from Uncle Death himself on his Death Mobil. It unlocks 20 hours after it shows up, a new box will not appear until the unlocked box is opened and you leave and return to the waiting room, a short cutscene will play to show a new box has shown up.
Its contents can range from a wide variety of items, from weapon and armor blueprints, golden beasts, tuber metals to even Red Faction metals!
Tokyo Death Metro[edit | edit source]
A kiosk, ran by the operator Tetsuo, is the access point for the Tokyo Death Metro asynchronous multiplayer system, you can choose to raid other players, set up your waiting room's defenses, and even decorate your waiting room.
Restrooms[edit | edit source]
The area in which you store the fighters youve abducted during Tokyo Death Metro raids. They stay there until rescued by other players raiding your base and freeing them, their timer has expired and they get automatically released leaving you rewards, or are let go by you.
Here, the players can access their fighters. Uncle Death can be asked to retrieve dead characters for Kill Coins which will keep their inventory intact. Haterfied characters can be sent out into other players games. The player can also choose which character to play with.
Stamp Mount Exchange[edit | edit source]
Located between the Fighter Freezer and the Tokyo Death Metro machine, using this allows you to reset your stamp rally in case you got a MISS on one and wanted to get a new chance, you can choose which of the Don's Areas (each set of 10 floors) to reset, and doing so wipes all of those stamps clean, to find again. Updated to now include the 40+ floors (Stamp Rally II) as a option.
Superscope 703[edit | edit source]
A new implementation, located to the left of the Stamp Mount Exchange, is a fast way to Naomi's Machine to accept and turn in Quests, so you don't have to back out through the Vanishing Point and go through the arcade to get to it. The 2 children next to the machine are Tetsuo's twin siblings, and their eyes will glow and arms will spin to notify you when new quests are available.
Tower Entry[edit | edit source]
Escalator[edit | edit source]
Elevator[edit | edit source]
Express Elevator[edit | edit source]
Operated by the mysterious Rin Torai, this elevator is only open to those who are using a Direct Hell Express Pass, its free to operate and can be used even if being chased by enemies (as long as they aren't too close behind you).
Shops[edit | edit source]
Choku-Funsha[edit | edit source]
Players can bring blueprints they find here. Once you bring a blueprint and the necessary materials to develop the blueprint, you can start R&D (Research and Development). Once R&D is complete, the item will be available for puchase with Kill Coins. Players can also sell any items at the Choku-Funsha. His twin brother runs the shop Gyakufunsya, which roams the tower at random and sells crafting materials and blueprints
Mushroom Club[edit | edit source]
Here, players can purchase Skill Decals. These decals can be attached to the player to provide bonuses. If the player brings the bronze, silver or golden skillshroom to the Mushroom Club, he can trade them for Skill Decals. The player can also drink Mushroom Stew here, which includes a premium Skill Decal.
Grill: Throw Mushrooms or other edible items onto the grill to barbecue them. This will alter the items effects.
Hernia[edit | edit source]
A vending machine located to the right of Choku-funsha, a vending machine that sells a variety of items, from the recovery item Barbmeat and Tryptamine D, to R&D Materials to eve different even rare Faction Metals. Not every item is bought with KC, many options from this machine cost DM. Available items change every day.
|Barbmeat Half Portion||9,250 KC|
|Barbmeat Full Portion||18,500 KC|
|Solo Shelter||18,500 KC|
|Tryptamine D||120,000 KC|
|any 4-star Material||1 DM /10,000 KC|
|any 5-star Material||2 DM / 20,000 KC|
|Golden Mushrooms||2 DM|
|Black Faction Metal||8 DM|
|Red Faction Metal||10 DM|
Recycle Points[edit | edit source]
At the vending machine Hernia, you can trade in duplicate blueprints and Premium Skill Decals for Recycle Points or RP for short.
|Basic Blueprint||50 RC|
|Silver Blueprint||100 RC|
|Gold Blueprint||200 RC|
|1-Star Decal||5,000 RC|
|2-Star Decal||10,000 RC|
|3-Star Decal||20,000 RC|
|4-Star Decal||50,000 RC|
Then, you can redeem those points for specific items.
|Blue Faction Metals||50,000 RP|
|Green Faction Metals||75,000 RP|
|Black Faction Metals||100,000 RP|
|Red Faction Metals||125,000 RP|
Fighter Retrieval Cost Table:[edit | edit source]