Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Divine Beasts – Elements and Summoning


Looking for a Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Divine Beasts guide? You’ve come to the right place! Our guide contains all you need to know about Divine Beasts in the game, as well as what they do. If you’re curious about how to use the Divine Beast Gauge, we’re here to help!

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty is a dark fantasy RPG from the makers of Nioh. Explore 184 AD Later Han Dynasty China, as you battle against demons that have taken over the land. Immerse yourself in the engaging storyline, and utilize abilities and fighting techniques that are inspired by Chinese martial arts. Awaken your own power as you strategically destroy the demonic creatures that lurk during the Three Kingdoms period!

You can learn more about the game by visiting the official website. For more Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty content, take a look at our Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty weapons guide, Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty bosses guide, and our Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty armor guide.

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Divine Beasts Guide

Now, let’s move on to the guide!

Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty Divine Beasts

Earth Phase

  • Qilin
  • Yinglong

Fire Phase

  • Xiezhi
  • Zhuque

Metal Phase

  • Baihu
  • Tengshe

Water Phase

  • Baize
  • Xuanwu

Wood Phase

  • Bixie
  • Qinglong

Summoning a Divine Beast

Summoning a Divine Beast allows them to use their unique skill against an enemy. Each Divine Beast skill has a different effect on targets – they can even heal you! The element that the Divine Beast uses will determine the type of elemental damage that will be dealt.

If your Morale Rank is 10 or higher, you can upgrade your Divine Beast skills by simply using them!


Resonation uses up the accumulated Divine Beast Gauge, and allows your weapon to receive the element that the Divine Beast uses. This means that you can now wield the power of that element for a period of time – making it incredibly useful when battling against certain enemies.

Divine Beast Gauge

To use a Divine Beast, you need to have built up the Divine Beast Gauge. You can fill this gauge up by taking part in battles as you explore. Keep in mind that dealing and taking damage adds to the Divine Beast Gauge.

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