Shindo Life (Roblox) – Bloodlines Guide: How to Get Them

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One of the single best things you can do if you want to improve the power of your character in Shindo Life is to get a good bloodline and train it.

Getting a good bloodline is no easy task, as you most likely will end up needing a lot of spins to get the best bloodlines, which are also the hardest to obtain.

Recommended Read: Shindo Life – Ranking System Guide

In this guide, we give you all the information you need to know about bloodlines in Shindo Life.

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What is a bloodline

A bloodline in Shindo Life is an attribute to your character that gives you access to skills and abilities.

When you obtain a new bloodline, the bloodline will be level 0, and you won’t have any of its abilities.

Training your character will also train and level up your bloodline.

When your bloodline reaches specific levels, you can unlock new bloodline abilities if you have enough RYO and points invested into CHI.

Bloodline abilities are powerful skills and abilities that either deal massive damage, bring great utility, or provide crowd control.

The playstyle of your character will highly depend on your bloodline, as your fighting will revolve mostly around your bloodline abilities.

Bloodlines come in many different types and rarities, with the ones that are harder to obtain usually being the best.

You can see all bloodlines in the game, as well as some of their attributes and how powerful they are in our bloodlines tier list.

How to get bloodlines

To get bloodlines in Shindo Life, go to the game selection menu inside Shindo Life, press the up button once, select Edit, and click [BLOODLINE] next to your character.

On the left side, you will see your first and third bloodline slot, and on the right, you’ll see your second and fourth bloodline slot. Click the [CLICK TO SPIN] button under any of your bloodline slots to roll a new bloodline for that slot.

You can roll for new bloodlines as many times as you want, as long as you have enough spins to do so. Rolling for a new bloodline costs one spin – learn how to get more spins in our guide on How To Get Spins In Shindo Life.

What bloodline you get is completely random. You cannot do anything to increase your chances of getting a specific bloodline in Shindo Life.

Some specific bloodlines can be obtained by defeating bosses in the game or special events. You can also buy some bloodlines, including new limited-edition ones, in the RC shop for RELL Coins, also located in the Edit menu.

Later in this guide, you can see a list of all bloodlines in Shindo Life, as well as the probability of rolling each one.

By default, you only have two bloodline slots unlocked, which means you can only have two bloodlines and their abilities at a time.

You can, however, unlock the third and fourth bloodline slots by purchasing the following two game passes with Robux in the store:

  • Bloodline Slot 3 = 300 Robux
  • Bloodline Slot 4 = 300 Robux

When you roll a new bloodline, it will start at level 0. Even if you had a bloodline in that slot before that you had leveled up.

So, before you can start to use the abilities of a new bloodline you roll, you have to level it up again.

How to reequip old bloodlines

If you wish to use a bloodline that you previously had but rerolled into another bloodline, you need to purchase the Bloodline Bag gamepass.

Once you have the Bloodline Bag gamepass, you can reequip any bloodline that you’ve previously obtained by opening the menu inside the game, selecting the Mastery tab, clicking the bloodline you wish to reequip, and then clicking “Equip BL X”, with X being the bloodline slot you wish to reequip the old bloodline into.

The Bloodline Bag gamepass costs Robux.

You do not need to have the Bloodline Bag gamepass at the time of rolling a bloodline to reequip it. If you purchase the Bloodline Bag gamepass, you can reequip any bloodline that you’ve previously obtained, even when you didn’t have it.

Limited-edition bloodlines are an exception, as they can be reequipped at any time, even if you don’t have the Bloodline Bag gamepass.

Leveling up your bloodline

You have to level up your bloodline in Shindo Life before it becomes of any use to you.

Leveling up your bloodline gives you access to its abilities, which can be unlocked at specific levels depending on the bloodline.

To unlock an ability in your bloodline, you need both RYO and enough points invested in CHI besides the bloodline level requirement.

You can level up your bloodline by doing activities that give your character EXP, including dealing damage to monsters, players, or objects, and completing quests.

When your character gets EXP, all the bloodlines that you currently have will get EXP as well.

Some of the best ways to quickly get a lot of EXP for your bloodlines include doing quests, playing the War mode, and AFK farming.

What bloodlines to roll for

With so many unique bloodlines in Shindo Life, it can be difficult to know what bloodlines are the best to roll for.

Some of the best bloodlines in the game are:

  • Deva-Sengoku
  • Deva-Rengoku
  • Sengoku
  • Shindai-Akuma
  • Tengoku
  • Rengoku
  • Renshiki
  • Akuma
  • Ashen-Storm
  • Eternal
  • Bankai-Akuma
  • Riser-Akuma
  • Satori-Akuma

All of these bloodlines are very powerful and are sure to make your character stronger if you roll any of them.

You can find a complete overview of how strong each bloodline in Shindo Life is in our Best Bloodlines Tier List.

That’s everything you need to know about bloodlines in Shindo Life!

If you have any input for this guide, let us know in the comment section below.

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This Post Has 10 Comments

  1. Kaevon Kern

    Actually you can mix demon gates or anything else not just tailed beast

  2. leo

    what if the equip on the bloodline is red

    1. Sarge_Cheetos

      It means that your bloodline is not high enough lvl for equip. Some levels are 120 – 400 to equip the bloodline.

  3. Xavier

    What bloodlines allow u to equip their skills in more than 3 slots? Other than v,b,n please answer would love to know!?

    1. Sarge_Cheetos

      There is one I can’t remember, but I do know is Menza, it’s basically an element but is classified as a bloodline. I bought it with like 80k RELL, around that amount.

  4. Victor Nikiforov

    What the name bloodline in the button z?

  5. noname

    can u have two eye bloodlines at once?

    1. Illusion

      I have two eye bloodlines but I cant use both :/

      1. Sarge_Cheetos

        You need to choose one to equip to c, the others, Q: is for weapon and Z: is for tailed beast

    2. Loltrox TheWeeb

      Yes but you will have to choose wich abilities take your bloodline abilty slots wich are 3 so you can combine abilities from both

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