Keplerth: how to create a replica


Tutoring assignments in Keplerth telling you to do a cue soon enough, but how to do that isn’t entirely obvious. Having your own replica sounds pretty cool, but you have to put some effort into getting one.

Replicas act as followers who can and want to fight, and they need gear to be effective. They’re worth it, though, and are imperative to surviving later in the game through extra damage output or tanking ability, depending on how you build them.

In this guide, we will explain how to create your own replica by Keplerthas well as the general effects of the different types of genes you can use to craft one.

How to make a replica at Keplerth

To get an idea of ​​what you will need to do, go to Schip’s lab via any teleporter. Schip sells useful items and has two notable stations: one for unlocking racial workbenches and another for crafting replicas.

The replicator gives you three racial options, each with its own gene array and multipliers. A multiplier tile will affect the gene you place on it, so you will need to carefully consider the genes you place on the multiplier tiles.

The more positive the multipliers, the better – and you generally want to avoid boards with a 0.5x tile.

You have 24 minutes from the time you open the board to create a replica, before ads reset. You might want to wait for this if none of the replicas have particularly enticing multipliers or they all have a 0.5x, but chances are you’ll do at least a few replicas during your time with Keplerth. Your first will be the weakest of them unless you do your first with all tech levels unlocked.

How to get genetic mods

You’re going to need several gene modules to create a replica, but the game doesn’t tell you exactly how to get them.

When you go to towns or small settlements, you may see NPCs looking for items to trade. NPCs always want to trade for genetic modsand the level of gene mod box they offer depends on your base’s tech level as achieved.

If your highest ore is iron, NPCs will mostly search for crafted items of that level and drop relative level gene mod boxes. The same applies to all levels – you can see in the image above that the NPCs in my world are mostly looking for gold crafted items.

Food is another trade option many NPCs are looking to trade for food. You can either craft it yourself or buy it from food vendors. If you’re planning on massively farming Gene Mods, you’ll want to cook the food yourself so you can bounce from mall to mall with stacks for easy trading.

However, you may not want to trade with everyone looking to do so. You may not want all types of gene modules, depending on how you want to build your replica.

There are eight kinds of gene modules, each focusing on different stats. You’ll want to avoid wasting resources on professions that grant mods you don’t want too much of, as gathering tradeable items can be troublesome on its own.

Below are the main attributes affected by each type of gene mod, but some tend to offer two separate attribute boosts rather than just one.

  • Protective gene modules mainly offer Ionic skin improvements.
  • Iron Man gene modules mainly offer Defense improvements.
  • Phantom gene modules mainly offer Escape improvements.
  • Shooter gene modules mainly offer Ranged Attack Damage improvements.
  • player gene modules mainly offer Crit. Damage and critical chance. Damage bonus improvements.
  • Thug gene modules mainly offer Melee attack damage improvements.
  • Host gene modules mainly offer Reflection improvements.
  • Assistant gene modules mainly offer attack speed improvements.

Right-click a Replicated Gene Module box to open it and receive the Gene Modules. You can see which ones you have via the Replica Gene Module tab on the right of the screen. You will need a certain number of them to make a replica.

Luckily, the raw materials you need to craft a replica are pretty easy to get. You’ll still need a handful of Monster Meat, Bones, Monster Skin, and Wool next to a stack of Gene Mods to craft one.

Once you’ve done all of that, you’ll have your own replica to send into battle. You have a wide range of build options through Gene Mods, but you can only have one at a time. Plus, you can always have a pet to ride and a pet to follow alongside the replica.

There is much more to discover and learn to make the most of your time in Keplerth. Take a look at our growing list of Keplerth guide.


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