Town Chips are one of the more enigmatic currencies you’ll come across in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, so you wouldn’t be blamed for being unclear on how to get them or what they do. Fortunately, we’ve done the leg work and are here to break it all down for you. Here’s how to get Town Chips and what they do in One Punch Man A Hero Nobody Knows.
Getting Town Chips and What They Do in One Punch Man
To put it simply, Town Chips are used to purchase special clothing, items and accessories in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows.
Varying in value based on their color, they can be traded into the Appraiser found in the back alley areas of the hub world for said items, with rarer items requiring more valuable chips to be purchased.
Note, however, that the Appraiser won’t be available to you right off the bat. He’ll become available after you progress to a certain point in the main story, and after that, you’ll have the chance to speak with him at any time. You’ll know this has occurred when you see an icon on your map that looks like a stack of coins or poker chips.
Do You Get Town Chips From Specific Quests?
As for how you can get more Town Chips in One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows, your best bet is to complete side missions offered at the Hero Association Headquarters and branch offices.
More often than not, the optional missions offered at these locations will net you a handful of chips upon completion, with harder missions netting you more valuable chips.
And that’s really all there is to know about how to get Town Chips and what they do. Take these pointers into consideration, and before long, you’ll have more Town Chips than you know what to do with.
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