While advancing in Tower of Fantasy, you will discover an array of puzzles to solve, one of which is The Lumina, but it requires a password to be opened.
In this fictitious role-playing video game, Tower of Fantasy, players can control a character to interact with the environment and with other players.
The game is set in the far future, on the persistent planet of Aida which has been contaminated by a mysterious and powerful nuclear energy.
Players can assume the role of the Wanderer to complete quests, defeat monsters, and explore the regions of Aesperia. While adventuring in the gigantic open world, you will discover puzzles and riddles to solve.
One of the puzzles you can solve is The Lumina, and it can be found in the Crown Mines. In order to solve the puzzle, you need to enter the correct password.
Deconstruction Devices and Electronic Locks
There are more than 10 Deconstruction Devices and Electronic Locks that you can find and solve in the open world of Tower of Fantasy. Although these 2 puzzles appear dissimilar, they both require passwords to be unlocked.
The passwords are generally hidden as sediments in the nearby area in the game. This means you have to piece together the code to figure out the solution. If you enter the correct password, you will earn rewards, which can impact your gameplay.
The Supply Pods typically reward you with upgrade materials and experience points, and Deconstruction Devices reward you with a Nucleus, with which you can acquire new weapons and characters.
Tower of Fantasy: The Lumina password
While adventuring in the Crown Mines, you can find up to 4 Deconstruction Devices and Electronic Locks. Some of them can be well hidden; the locked door in The Lumina is actually a diamond-shaped container that is considered a Deconstruction Device – PDC2. It is located on the stern of the ship.
The coordinates of this location are 738.3, 845. Players need to go to the back of the ship and climb multiple stairs to get to the container’s location.
When you find the door, you will find that it requires a password of 4 numbers. To solve the puzzle, you have to search for clues in the surrounding areas.
You will find three robots, otherwise known as Abandoned Servers, around the Seaforth Dock. After interacting with the robots, you will find out the first, third, and fourth digits of the password.
You should note that the robots will not give you the second digit, but you can discover the second digit by inspecting the Electronic Lock carefully.
There will be a fingerprint on the correct digit. If you have visited all the robots and you have inspected the lock, you will find that the password for The Lamina is 7268. Once you figure out the code, you can head to the locked door to enter the password.
After entering the password, you will be rewarded, which will generally include a Gold Nucleus.
Can you receive the rewards from The Lumina more than once?
It is noteworthy that you can only unlock The Lamina once, which means that you can only collect the Gold Nucleus once. Luckily, there are other locks in the open to unlock:
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What is a Gold Nucleus?
Tower of Fantasy is a hero and weapon collector video game that uses a gacha system that players can use to summon heroes and weapons. The summoning system is categorised into summoning banners, each of which contains characters and weapons to be summoned.
Gold Nuclei can be used to summon characters and weapons on certain banners. Each pull on a banner requires 1 Nucleus. You will thus need 10 Gold Nuclei to summon 10 times on a banner.
Are the Electronic Locks and Deconstruction Devices worth solving?
Even though the Deconstruction Devices and Electronic Locks may seem like simple features, they can offer you great rewards. Keep in mind that solving the puzzles does not have an effect on your gameplay.
This means that if you decide not to solve the puzzles, your gameplay will not be altered. That being said, it is advisable that you attempt to solve the puzzles, as you can use the rewards to summon a new weapon or character, or to purchase valuable items from the in-game store.