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The Battle System or simply Contents contain a series of modes in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser where tons of missions and rewards can be found. Every mode gives necessary items that players need to upgrade their Heroes.

There are recommended battle points every stage and each mode has different mechanics on how players use their abilities to complete the mission.

Daily

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Dimensional Boss

Main article: Dimensional Boss

Dimensional Boss is a mode where players can summon gigantic monsters consisting of Wendy, Gorgos, Troll, Gardosen and an original character called Mercuria using their special cards. Each of them has different strengths depending on their level.

Dimensional Bosses are shared with the Guild the player who summoned is in and all Guild members can contribute damage to the boss individually as long as it is still alive and they have not depleted their chances of entry for the day.

Annihilation

Main article: Annihilation

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Daily Defense

Main article: Daily Defense

The Daily Defense is a mode where the objective is to defend an immobile character or object from the siege of monsters. As players ascend the ranks, a 10% reduction of either physical or magic attack damage dealt with enemies will be stacked to their Heroes depending on the day. There is only one free chance of entry per day, however, the player can simply pay a certain amount of Gems to reenter.

Wizard's Labyrinth

Main article: Wizard's Labyrinth (mode)

Named after the eponymous Hero dungeon from the original game, the Wizard's Labyrinth is a mode that plays like a normal Dungeon run but with three stages (the final room having to defeat the boss) of the same Dungeon theme to be cleared for each floor.

Along with the default rewards, players are asked to choose a room card. After collecting 4 cards, they can pick a random card for free or spend 10 Illusion's Compass Shard or Gems to choose a card. Afterward, players will be transported into a dummy room where the bonus rewards await.

Weekly

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Raid

Main article: Raid Dungeon#in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser

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While technically not a mode exclusive to the Battle System, players can go directly to the Raid Dungeons via its portal without having to browse the maps.

World Boss

Main article: World Boss

World Boss is a mode that plays similarly to Dimensional Boss where a gigantic beast is fought but instead is unbeatable. Inspired by the Hero Dungeon Land of Judgment from the original game, the objective is to rake up the most points from attacking Harkion within the allotted time.

It consists of 3 stages, each has separate teams that cannot be changed once dispatched by the player. Also, they apply different conditions for each party and Harkion's attacks vary. Upon completion, the rewards will be based on the total points gathered from all stages and are given at the next weekly reset.

The mode only opens every Friday until Sunday.

Dimensional Chasm

Main article: Dimensional Chasm (mode)

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Dual Raid

Main article: Dual Raid

The Dual Raid mode allows two players to team up real-time in taking down Raid Dungeon bosses. Players can participate in Dual Raid by either creating a room that requires two tickets of the respective Raid Dungeon or by joining an already created room opened publicly.

Hosts can invite guildmates or people from their list of friends to join them. However, if the room is made public, the option to invite will no longer be available for selection.

Each of the two participants can choose 2 characters and 3 party skills although the same character cannot be used by both players at the same time. A chat box in the preparation room allows for conversation between the players before entry to battle. During combat, the conversation can only be performed via premade dialogues.

The reward for completing the Raid Dungeon is either a box that contains the shards required to craft Dual Raid weapons or on rare occasions the weapon itself. The host will get double the rewards, and boxes are awarded for the first ten runs of the Dual Raid, after which only Gold will be awarded in decreasing amounts. If the Dungeon is failed, the host will get a full refund of the tickets used to create the room.

Challenge

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Trial Tower

Main article: Trial Tower (mode)

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Hero's Tower

Main article: Hero's Tower

The Hero's Tower is a mode that plays like a PvP match where the attacker fights a party of 6 Heroes. However, each floor has a fixed set of Heroes and none of them can be banned by the player.

Altar of Time

Main article: Altar of Time

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PvP

  • Current PvP lobby.
  • Old PvP lobby.
Main article: PvP#in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser

The PvP mode works by having a player, the attacker, battle a team of 6 Heroes by another player, the defender, which will fight as AI units. Each battle, the attacker is given a choice to ban 2 out of 8 Heroes from the defender's team with up to 2 heroes being hidden (shown as a black question-marked card) and thus cannot be banned. After banning, the attacker's team will engage with the rest of the defender's party, initially spawning the first 4 out of 6 Heroes. After enough time passes or someone in the defender's team dies, the fifth Hero will spawn followed by the final one in the same manner.

Victory is decided by the amount of Heroes eliminated from the defender's team after the battle ends (whether due to timeout or wipe out). For the attacker's party, the number of kills and the battle's outcome will result in...

  • 0~1 kill = DEFEAT
  • 2~3 kill = ★
  • 4~5 kill = ★★
  • ALL kill = ★★★

PvP has points (trophies) and a ranking system with each rank increasing the daily cap of obtainable Gold and honor and also increase the daily reward from the mode. PvP points are used to match players similar to an ELO points system regardless of Battle Power differences.

Events

Event modes and dungeons are available for a limited time and offers a selection of prizes that can only be obtained during the duration of the event using event currency earned through playing the event stages. Thus far, no event has had a rerun.

Parley PvP

Main article: PvP#Parley PvP

A draft team PVP mode that pits two players against each other in real-time PVP. In this mode, a choice of two characters are given to each player for a total of four characters per team. Each player takes turns to select their character first until they each have four characters and a skill, then proceed to a match. The winner is determined if one team is defeated. In the event that the timer runs out, the player with the higher number of surviving units is the winner.

Kounat Escape

Main article: Kounat Escape

A tower-defense styled mini-game occuring during the events of the Great Explosion of Kounat. It depicts the scenario of Serdin and Kanavan leading the people of Kounat to safety. Players control Serdin, whose main task is to set down a variety of towers to defeat the waves of enemies before they can reach the escape ship. Each stage has their own selection of towers to choose from.

Doki Doki Chase

Main article: Doki Doki Chase

A valentine's day themed visual novel-styled event.

Grand School

Main article: Grand School

An alternate universe of Grand Chase based around a school setting. It awards the Asin - Transfer Student and Mari - Leader of the Science Club premium avatars.

Grand Tale

Main article: Grand Tale

A series of short stories centered around the Grand Chase cast. It awards the Fluffy and Checkmate series of avatars for all available SR characters.

Discarded

Battlefield of Choice

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Klara Libri

Main article: Klara Libri (mode)

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