How to Get Formless Fighting Style in Type Soul

Looking for information on how to get the Formless Fighting Style manual in Type Soul? Then we have all the information you need in our guide!
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Type Soul has introduced an exciting new fighting style exclusively for Soul Reapers known as “Formless.” This guide will walk you through the process of obtaining and making the most of this unique combat style. Please note that this guide is based on current community knowledge and will be updated as more official information becomes available.

If you’re looking for free stuff, be sure to head over to our Type Soul codes page to see what you can get. Also, check out how to get The Yamato Mythical weapon, which was released alongside Formless Style and Type Soul: Duality Moves List (Shikai/Bankai).

Type Soul Formless Fighting Style Manual Guide

The only confirmed method of obtaining the Soul Reaper Formless manual is by participating in Clan Wars in Type Soul and hoping you get a drop by using dimensional essence.

Other methods of acquiring the Formless manual have not been officially confirmed at this time, but do mind that there may not be other methods. The Type Soul Discord server is waiting for official confirmation.

Requirements for Using Formless

To equip and use the Formless Mythical manual, you will need 50 Hakuda points. Formless can be utilized as part of a pure Hakuda build, or in a hybrid build with some Speed points allocated.

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How to Use Formless

After equipping the Formless manual, press “J” to activate the style. Your character will adopt a unique pose. Experiment with different movement and attack combinations to discover the variety of Formless crits.

Formless Style Features

  • Replaces traditional Hakuda weapons for Soul Reapers.
  • It offers three distinct crits (special attacks), activated while standing still, walking backward, and walking forward. These crits do not share a cooldown.
  • Additionally, there are random M1 attacks, including Draco M1, Hakuda Bankai M1, Kenpachi M1, and Grimmjow claw M1. Each M1 attack may inflict a different status effect, such as bleed.
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