Spins are one of the most important resources to gather in Shindo Life.
You need spins to roll for new bloodlines and elements, both of which have an immense impact on how powerful your character is.
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You can get spins in Shindo Life by completing daily quests, ranking up, doing other game modes, AFK farming, redeeming codes, daily login rewards, and purchasing them with Robux – more information on each of these methods below.
Table of contents
- Daily quests
- Doing other game modes
- AFK farming
- Redeeming codes
- Using Robux
- Free Rewards tab
- Ranking up
- Daily login rewards
Every single daily quest in Shindo Life gives spins as a reward upon completion.
Most daily quests are simple and can be completed quite quickly.
You can see all your current daily quests by pressing L and selecting the [DAILY MISSION].
Once you have completed a daily quest, open up the window again and click ‘CLAIM’. You will then receive the rewards.
At the bottom of the daily quests window, you can see when your daily quests reset.
When daily quests reset, you will be given a new list of daily quests to complete and thereby also given the opportunity to earn more spins.
If you complete all your daily quests on a given day, you will earn around 15-20 spins.
There are also special rewards to be earned at the top of the daily quests window that you unlock upon completing 10, 50, 100, 200, and 300 daily quests.
Doing other game modes
There are several game modes that you can do that give spins as a reward. Both the PvP and Dungeons give spins as a reward.
You can access the different game modes in the game by clicking down once in the main menu.
While they don’t give a ton of spins as a reward, if you wish to change up your gameplay a bit, it can be a nice way to earn some extra spins
Every hour that you are online in Shindo Life, you get some rewards that include 2 spins.
Because of these passive rewards, a lot of players do so-called AFK farming, which is where you leave the game running overnight while your character attacks training logs.
By doing this, you get 2 free spins every hour that you are AFK farming, and you also get EXP for your character.
To AFK farm, you need to have an auto-clicker program that auto-clicks for you while you are away.
If you don’t use an auto-clicker or any other solution that keeps your character active, you will be disconnected after about 30 minutes of being inactive, which means that you won’t be generating the 2 spins per hour.
Using the AFK farming method is a great way to ensure that you passively generate some spins as well as a nice chunk of EXP.
Redeeming codes is an easy way to get a lot of spins quickly.
Codes are issued by the developers of Shindo Life for players to redeem.
The rewards for redeeming codes almost always include spin.
You can find the latest and currently active codes to redeem in Shindo Life in our Shindo Life Codes List.
To redeem a code, go to the game selection menu in Shindo Life, and choose Edit.
In the top-right corner of the Edit page, you can type in codes and redeem them by pressing the YouTube icon right next to the field.
You can also find a more detailed guide on how to redeem codes in our codes list as well.
New codes for Shindo Life are usually released when new milestones are reached for the developers’ YouTube channel, or major updates are released.
Spins can also be purchased directly with the premium currency of Roblox, Robux.
To purchase spins with Robux, go to the edit page in the game selection menu.
Right next to your number of spins in the top left corner, click the recharge icon.
You can then choose to purchase 15, 30, or 60 spins.
Here are the prices of these packages:
- 15 Spins = 120 Robux (8 Robux per spin)
- 30 Spins = 220 Robux (7.33 Robux per spin)
- 60 Spins = 430 Robux (7.17 Robux per spin)
Robux can be purchased with real money on the Roblox website.
You can, however, also earn Robux through various means.
Free rewards tab
The last way to get spins in Shindo Life is by using the free rewards tab. The free rewards tab has now been moved to the apartment feature (My Home) in the game, but works the same way. Just sit on a chair or lay down on the bed to start earning free rewards.
Here, you receive rewards every 600 seconds, which is every ten minutes, just by having the screen open.
You can’t, however, just leave the screen open and go AFK, as you will be disconnected for being idle.
Every ten minutes in the free rewards tab, you get 1 spin and 60,000 RYO.
With the spin storage gamepass, the rewards you get from the free rewards tab are doubled.
This means you can get 6 spins and 360,000 RYO per hour in the free rewards tab without the spin storage gamepass and 12 spins and 720,000 RYO per hour with it.
Ranking up your character in Shindo Life not only makes your character stronger but also gives you rewards.
One of the rewards that you get by ranking up your character is spins.
So, if you wish to make your character stronger while farming up some spins for new bloodlines or elements, start leveling to 1,000 and rank up.
Daily login rewards
With the introduction of daily login rewards in Shindo Life, you can earn some extra spins simply by opening the game.
Every day, you get between 2 and 15 spins by just opening the game. The more days in a row you log in, the more spins you get, up to a maximum of 15, though.
You can see how many days in a row you’ve logged in and how many spins you get in the bottom-right corner of the main menu above [Login Bonus].
Those are all the ways to get spins in Shindo Life!
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