All SoulMask Masks and How to Get Them?

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SoulMask is a bit different from your regular survival games as it offers a ton of RPG elements and a progressive looting system. Therefore, it is important to start exploring all the different game mechanics, such as building a tribe, taming and breeding animals, and obviously choosing the right masks. As soon as you complete the character builder module, the game asks you to pick one of the three starter masks. 

At first glance, it may seem like an important choice, as you must stick with your chosen mask for the rest of the gameplay. However, that's not really the case, as you can find all three starter masks as well as 7 additional late-game masks from various dungeons and ruins. Furthermore, each mask is unique and offers special buffs and traits that will help you thrive in the mysterious lands. Therefore, this article will guide you about all SoulMask masks and how to get them so that you can make an informed decision right from the very beginning; let's get started:

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SoulMask: All Masks and How to Get Them?

When you first start SoulMask, you are asked to choose from the three starter masks to proceed, i.e., Civilization, Conquest, and Rich. Each of these masks offers a few unique buffs and traits that will help you survive in the early game phase. The good news is that you don't need to stick with the selected mask for long, as you can find the other two masks after you reach character level 25. 

Furthermore, there are 7 other masks in SoulMask that you can find after reaching specific character levels. Each of these masks is more powerful and has the potential to build your character around any of them. So, if you are having second thoughts about your first mask choice, you don't really have to restart the game. Just stick with the current mask, look for a better option in this guide, and start preparing for the build until you can pick up other masks. Here are all the masks in SoulMask and where to find them all:

Conquest (Starter)

Conquest

There are two narrow eye sockets on this mask that allow its wearer to gaze into the sinful world. Moreover, the dreadful fangs on the mask will instill fear into the hearts of anyone who dares to directly look at it.

Powers:

The Conquest mask is a great choice for stealthy combat and 1v1 combat. Wearing this mask will give you various bonuses in Combat and Stealth.

Nodes:

  • Critical Strike (Active): Grants you 10% critical strike bonus.
  • Common Overclock: Mask upgrade speed is increased by 50%
  • Forbidden Territory: Grants bonus 5% Awareness XP for killing Humanoid foes.
  • Falling Buffer: Reduces Fall Damage by 10%.
  • Hidden Assault: 10% Damage boost for Stealth Kills.
  • Noise Absorption: Reduces the movement noise by 10%.
  • Light Disturbance: Grants 10% concealment bonus.
  • Slayer Mode (Mimicry): Works best with Mimicry, grants 1.5% Lifesteal effect and quickly diminishes the opponent's Resilience.

How to Get?

You can either get it at the start of the game or find it in a random Ancient Dungeon chest at character level 25

Civilization (Starter)

Civilization

There are two rounded eyeholes in the mask that magnify majesty and dignity. The slightly agape mouthpiece seems like its chanting something sacred.

Powers:

The Civilization Mask works best for a SoulMask Tank build. The mask grants you various boosts in Stamina and increases your defense strength.

Nodes:

  • Microscopic Repair (Active): Releases micro-units that grant 5 HP per second.
  • Common Overclock: Mask upgrade speed is increased by 50%
  • Critical Barrier: Reduces the damage to head by 10%.
  • Deep Sleep: Improves the morale recovery speed by 50% while sleeping.
  • Outer Armor: Reduces the damage to body by 5%.
  • Sequence Protection: Grants +10% Defense bonus.
  • Stamina Surge: Increases max load by +10 and max stamina by +5 points.
  • Healer Mode (Mimicry): Recovers +5 HP during high-frequency combat.

How to Get?

You can either get it at the start of the game or find it in a random Ancient Dungeon chest at character level 25.

Rich (Starter)

Rich

Rich is the mask of archers whose twinkly stars shine bright in dark nights. The arched eyeholes will let the wearer gaze into every beautiful thing in the world.

Powers:

The Rich Mask is best suited for archers and long-ranged hunters who don't like to get their hands dirty.

Nodes:

  • Weak Spot Analysis (Active): Shows the target's weak spots with a +5% critical strike bonus for when you hit those spots.
  • Common Overclock: Mask upgrade speed is increased by 50%
  • Data Analysis: Optimizes the accuracy Life Perception's information and distance in real-time.
  • Deeply Focused: Reduces the Stamina cost by 5% for all activities.
  • Hunting Guide: Grants bonus 5% Awareness XP for killing non-Humanoid foes.
  • Poison Injection: Increases the damage against beasts by 30%.
  • Projectile Adjustment: Increases the Arrow precision by 10%
  • Sniping Mode (Mimicry): Increases the damage output of bows by 15%.

How to Get?

You can either get it at the start of the game or find it in a random Ancient Dungeon chest at character level 25.

Torch of Eternity

Touch of Eternity

This fan-shaped mask shows signs of ritual and its mysterious gem may have witnessed the rise and fall of a powerful ancient tribe.

Powers:

The Torch of Eternity increases your odds of survival and you may even live to see past Eternity. In short, this mask will keep you alive even after receiving severe injuries.

Nodes:

  • Artery Isolation: The player stops losing HP in the Feign Death status after falling to the ground.
  • Cell Proliferation: Restores 75% HP while recovering from severe injuries.
  • Life Halt: The enemies will stop attacking after you fall to the ground due to severe injuries.
  • Life Maintenance: Raises your HP by 300% when near-death due to injuries.
  • Metabolism Maintenance: Reduces food and water consumption by 30%.
  • Tissue Repair: Recovers 10% HP per second after falling to the ground due to injuries.
  • Holy Mode (Mimicry): Activates a special field that converts 25% of received attacks into self-healing energy.

How to Get?

You can find the Torch of Eternity in the Holy Ruins Sabre-Toothed Predator Ancient Pyramid. However, you must reach character level 35 to drop it.

Wilderness Mark

Wilderness Mark

The hidden jawline of this mysterious mask hides emotions, perhaps hidden passion or just a thirst to kill. 

Powers:

The Wilderness Mark is truly a symbol of marksmanship as it boosts archery and hunting from a distance.

Nodes:

  • Firepower Guidance (Active): Provides a guidance system on all arrows to automatically hit the target.
  • Frequency Adjustment: Allows you to detect distant targets with a +30 Probing Range.
  • Fatal Blow: You will receive +5 Critical Damage by hitting fatal parts.
  • Dynamic Shooting: Increases the Bow Precision by 30%.
  • Mirror Reflection: Guides the fired arrows and makes them rebound after hitting a hard object.
  • Air Manipulation: Increases the Arrow Speed by 20% in all temperatures.
  • Nerve Coordination: Increases the damage output of all bows by 30%.
  • Hunting Mode (Mimicry): Increases the arrow firing speed by 30%.

How to Get?

You can get the Wilderness Mark from the Holy Ruins near the Flint Tribe Stronghold at level 40.

Tactical Guidance

Tactical Guidance

The sealed mouthpiece and nose seem to be fulfilling a holy oath and the sharp eyes inflict reverence among people.

Powers:

The Tactical Guidance mask improves the performance of recruited tribesmen, making it a best choice for managing your tribe.

Nodes:

  • Ionic Armor (Active): Gives a super armor to all deployed tribesmen.
  • Combat Deployment: Boosts the battle-type Proficiency of all tribesmen weapons by 50%.
  • Emergency Mobilization: Tribesmen will quickly heal 5% HP after receiving 10% damage.
  • Full-out Attack: Tribesmen will take advantage of your enemy's mistakes.
  • Positional Defense: Tribesmen will quickly respond when attacked by a foe.
  • Reconnaissance: Improves the tribe's fighting tactics in battle.
  • Teamwork: Improves gaining carrier XP by 30%.
  • Protection Mode (Mimicry): Deployed tribesmen will only receive 50% damage in mimicry mode.

How to Get?

You can get the Tactical Guidance mask from the level 50 Holy Ruins in the northwest of Tempest Griffin Ancient Pyramid.

Shadow Walker

Shadow Walker

The empty sockets of this sinister mask fill the air with an aura of unfathomable abyss of darkness.

Powers:

The Shadow Walker mask is best suited for stealth players as it grants various boosts in Stealth Damage.

Nodes:

  • Optical Mimicry (Active): Grants invisibility until you attack a target.
  • Dark Camouflage: Increases the Concealment by 20%.
  • Flexible Torso: Reduces the movement noise by 20%.
  • Illegal Invasion: Attacks from behind deal double damage.
  • Silent Operation: Reduces the walking noise by 20%.
  • Vision Blockage: Grants 20% Concealment.
  • Vital Attack: Grants 10% Critical Damage on vital spots.
  • Shadow Mode (Mimicry): Attacking from behind in the Mimicry mode has a chance to launch a Deadly Blow.

How to Get?

You can get the Shadow Walker mask from the level 55 Holy Ruins west of Barbarian Flint Stronghold.

Explorer

Explorer

This cool mask reveals great determination and wisdom, making the wearer invincible in great style.

Powers:

The Explorer Mask saves you by negating all damaging status effects. Overall, it is the best choice for almost every SoulMask build.

Nodes:

  • Electromagnetic Barrier (Active): Keeps you safe from all radioactive weapons for 8 seconds.
  • Emergency Repair: Reduces the Bleeding Damage by 25%.
  • High Mobility: Grants 5% mobility speed in all environments.
  • Immunity Activated: Removes 0.1 Poison every 5 seconds.
  • Living Body Mod: Grants 5% Resilience boost.
  • Power Injection: Grants 5% Stamina boost.
  • Tissue Enhancement: Grants 5% Defense boost.
  • Special Mode (Mimicry): Grants protection against Poison, Radiation, and Temperature in all environments.

How to Get?

You can acquire the Explorer Mask from the level 60 Holy Ruins northwest of Mammoth Ancient Pyramid.

Ironblood Guard

Ironblood Guard

This beautiful mask seems to been crafted in the ancient Egyptian Dynasties. Its sharp beak and deep eyes intimidate all spectators.

Powers:

The Ironblood Guard mask improves Stamina and Defense, making it a suitable choice for SoulMask Tank builds.

Nodes:

  • Muscle Revival (Active): Grants continuous Stamina regeneration during combat.
  • Absorption Barrier: Provides a shield with 10% Sta-Down reduction.
  • Combat Potential: Improves the damage by Spears and Blades by 10%.
  • Endless Vitality: Reduces the Stamina cost by 10% in all environments.
  • Extreme Vigilance: Improves the blocking speed by 30%.
  • Sequence Protection: Covers your weak spots and grants 8% Critical Resistance.
  • Stamina Burst: Increases the total load capacity by 50 points.
  • Vigilance Mode (Mimicry): Reflect 20% of the damage taken in melee combat.

How to Get?

You can find the broken Ironblood Guard mask in the Ancient Dungeon, southwest of Mammoth Ancient Pyramid and repair it with modules and Green Crystal at the Mysterious Stone Table.

Nature Enlightenment

Nature Enlightenment

This mask is unified with nature with eyes like morning dews and standing ears that listen to the nature's whispers. 

Powers:

The Nature Enlightenment mask is best suited for taming and breeding animals in SoulMask. 

Nodes:

  • Nature's Heart (Active): Summons a nearby beast in battle for 300 seconds.
  • Eco-Balance: Boosts the Awareness and Hunting XP gain by 10%.
  • Nature's Blessing: Grants +5% Resilience by enhancing tissues. 
  • Nature's Domain: Reduces the damage received by beasts by 10%.
  • Nature's Heal: Healing Bandages grant 10% extra HP.
  • Nature's Protection: Receive 30% less damage when mounted.
  • Unknown: Improves the animal growth speed by 50%.
  • Resonance Mode (Mimicry): Small and Medium beasts in the forest won't attack you in this mode.

How to Get?

You can find the broken Nature Enlightenment mask in the level 55 Holy Ruins, west of Barbarian Flint Stronghold and repair it with modules and Green Crystal at the Mysterious Stone Table.

Conclusion

SoulMask offers 10 unique masks that grant various boosts to support different character builds. Basically, you can find all masks and use the best ones for creating your build. Moreover, you can also upgrade these masks using blue and green crystals at the Mysterious Stone Table to unlock additional boosts and buffs. Hopefully, this article has helped you in finding all SoulMask masks and provided enough information so that you can make an informed decision, Happy Treasure Hunting!

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