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Titanium Alloy Farming in NieR Replicant Remaster
Titanium Alloy is a rare material required to clear various quests (main story and side quests) in Nier Replicant Remaster Ver.1.22474487139. It is also one of the materials used to upgrade the one-handed sword Beastbain. Because of this, it is important to know the best areas to farm it in the game.
Where to Get Titanium Alloy
Titanium Alloy is a rare drop from the small robots (SG-10) and a somewhat common drop from the large robot (P-32) in Junk Heap B2.
Farming Titanium Alloy during Second Story Route
Junk Heap B2 can only be accessed after you obtain the B2 Elevator Passcode from Gideon during by advancing to the game’s second story route. This means that the only reliable way to farm Titanium Alloy is by clearing the first half of the game.
Steps to Farm Titanium Alloy
|1||Head to Junk Heap B2 using the B2 Passcode from Gideon.|
|2||Proceed to the northernmost passage (the winding passage that looks like the letter M on the map).|
|3||Defeat the SG-10 robots along the path.|
|4||Go west to the large room and take out lesser robots. When P-32 (large robot) appears, defeat it.|
|5||Exit the Junk Heap and re-enter to make the robots respawn.|
|6||Repeat steps 2 to 5.|
Tips for Farming Titanium Alloy
Equip a spear when farming the SG-10 robots.
Using any strong spear you have in your inventory is recommended when farming the SG-10 robots at the winding path of Junk Heap B2. This allows you good mobility to easily take out and collect enemy drops around the area. You can also easily destroy boxes containing other rare materials along the passage faster with a spear.
Set Kaine and Emil’s Actions to defense at the winding path.
As much as possible, have Kaine and Emil’s actions set to defense when farming for Titanium Alloy at the winding path. If you set your allies to attack on their own or have them assume support duties, they may cause the SG-10 robots to fall into the circular vents which will prevent you from collecting the items that they drop.
Taking out P-32
The large P-32 robot that appears in the large room to west past the winding path is quite powerful and has a very damaging shockwave attack that you should watch out for. Try to use ranged magic like Dark Lance from afar or use jump attacks to avoid getting hit.
Return to the Junk Heap complex’s entrance to make the robots respawn.
It is very important to exit the Junk Heap complex by going all the way back to the entrance as not doing so will not make the robots respawn. Exit the area and re-enter it before attempting another run in the area.
Other Strategy Guides
|Game Controls||Difficulty Modes||Permanent Events|
|Differences in the Remaster||Differences in Act I and II||Tips for Combat|
|Stats Guide||Status Effects||Post-Game Unlockables|
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