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While Kena: Bridge of Spirits does not include a built-in cheat system, there are still ways to add cheats to the game as a way to spice it up a little. Downloading and using a trainer is one of the ways you can add cheats to the game.
We suggest you read up reviews on any trainer or software you add to your system, but the NAGuide trainer has worked for multiple users and provides a vast range of cheats to enable.
The NAGuide Trainer provides the following cheats:
Cheats for players' avatar gameplay.
Press Num 1 for: God Mode
Press Num 2 for: Infinite Health
Press Num 3 for: Infinite Shield
Press Num 4 for: Infinite Courage
Press Num 5 for: Infinite Arrows
Press Num 6 for: Infinite Bombs
Press Num 7 for: Bow Instant Charge
Press Num 8 for: Set Player Speed
Press Num 9 for: Set Jump Height
Press Num 0 to enable: One Hit Kill
Press (.) to change the: Damage Multiplier
Cheats that change the story
Press Ctrl+Num 1 to: Edit Gems
Press Ctrl+Num 2 to: Edit Karma
Press Ctrl+Num 3 to: Set Game Speed
During the Kena gameplay, there will be moments where you get lost. This is due to the nature of the game, but the developers have added discrete white painted arrows that indicate the direction you need to go.
The arrows often will point at a ledge that you can climb or just in the general direction. They are extremely helpful when players are lost. Arrows can be placed on the walls or on the ground.
Rot Actions are the yellow orbs above your health that are needed to heal and carry out combat abilities while facing enemies. Rot actions aren't available at the start of combats by default because you will need to build the courage needed to activate the Rot Actions by landing hits on enemies. If you run away you won't be able to earn the courage needed.
Rot actions are hidden all over the game but they are mostly found as a small glowing orbs just scattered out and about. Players will need to interact with them to have the Rot action join them.
When players complete tasks in the primary storyline that will allow them to get some Rot Actions all at once. You can also use your pulse ability to reveal purple butterflies to cause the hidden Rot to appear. The butterflies can also mark things like stone markers at shrines, squashes in vegetable patches, clues to puzzles, and eliminate tiny tricks.
The Spirit Tear can also be called on for a Rot Cloud to clear an obstacle. There are also Cursed Chests that contain Rot within.
There are a couple of combat upgrades that you can do at the start of the game. These are unlocked by using Karma and increasing your rot level.
Some examples are the Rot Hammer which deals massive damage and interrupts an enemy's attack, and the other is Enter the Fray, which makes it, so Kena begins battles with courage already built up. Both abilities are useful against bosses with weaknesses that can be immediately exploited.
The next abilities we suggest you upgrade are basic attacks that can make the beginning of attacks and facing smaller groups much easier: Sprint attack light, but a player must have this ability unlocked to be able to unlock the Heavy version as this will help with the beginning of attacks.
The other is the Sprint attack heavy which makes clearing out smaller groups much easier by defeating your enemies in one blow, perfect for timed challenges.
Players will enter a combat situation where the enemies seem to be overwhelming. You will need to build up some Rot Action, use the Rot on the corrupted spawn point, then shoot it/unlock it and that will prevent the spawn from creating more enemies, and you will be able to end the encounter.
Gems are used to purchase hats from the har carts for your rot to wear, and the karma allows you to increase your abilities on your ability tree. You can farm ten karma at about 50 currency per minute using the glitch.
There are no crafting or weapons upgrades in the game, so the only way to increase Kena's power is by using the ability tree.
Players will need to be in act 2 and have to have bought the storehouse and unlocked the bomb skill, which will give you access to the bomb tree. You will need to open the storehouse because this will put you in the area of the field.
To get to the bomb tree, you will need to complete the tarot's line, and then you will get the arrow part of the tree in Rusu mountain in act 1. You will need rot level 4 to allow you to access the last part of the skill tree.
Players will need to be starting the search for Adira in the fields. In the fields, search for a rock with a rot. Then throw your bomb at the rock and use a bow and arrow to shoot the bomb but do not loot the rot. A little stick man will then chase after you with a bomb.
Your choices are you can let him use the bomb on you, or you can shoot the bomb before he reaches you. It won't make that much difference because your health regenerates straight after the stick man uses the bomb on you. But we suggest that you shoot the bomb because it will save time.
If you loot the rot, it will go into your inventory, and you won't be able to turn it over.
You will get ten karma points from him and 50 gems each time which takes about a minute. You will, however, respawn each time close to the spot with the rock.
Although Kena's only weapon is her "ancestral staff", the staff itself contains various powers and abilities that are needed at some point to progress. As users play the game, they need to unlock abilities. Let's look at each ability Kena can utilize from her special staff according to its importance to beating Kena: Bridge of Spiritsment.