Upgrading your skills are how you’ll overcome the Naytiba in Stellar Blade, thus, we’ve got the best ones for you.

Stellar Blade is not lacking customization. You can swap outfits, hairstyles, and pick what skills to invest in. If you want it to be a bit more straightforward, then we've got the best skills to use in Stellar Blade.

There are quite a few, so let us guide you through which ones are worth your time.

The best skills to give EVE in Stellar Blade

There are multiple Skill Trees in Stellar Blade. You've got your basic attack functions, survival that deals with health and dodging, then skill trees for the different special attack methods EVE can use in the game.

While it is entirely up to you on which skills you give to the Stellar Blade protagonist, we're here to help. We've got you covered with the three best skills from each of the Skill Trees, and what they do once you get them.


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  • Chain Charge: Can only be used after defeating an enemy with Ambush or Assault. Charges at a nearby enemy to attack. Downs the enemy.
  • Onslaught IV: Hits the enemy consecutively and spins to deal a fatal blow. A Combo Attack skill.
  • Aerial Blow: Hits the enemy in the air and then lands. Ignores the enemy's Guard. A Combo Attack skill.


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  • Blink: Can only be used when an enemy is attempting a fatal attack. Dodges and teleports behind the enemy to attack. Stuns the enemy. Charges Burst Energy upon landing a successful attack.
  • Precise Landing: Negates falling damage. Can be used just before hitting the ground. Has no effect when falling from extreme heights.
  • Double Dodge: Allows another dodge while dodging.


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  • Nosedive: Nosedives from the air to strike and Down hit enemies.
  • Judgment Rush: Charges at the enemy to attack. Stuns the enemy. Press Triangle to attack successively.
  • Judgment Time: Tachy Energy consumption is reduced.


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  • Life Steal: Steals energy from enemies hit with Tempest and recovers HP. Additionally increases the Attack Power of Tempest.
  • Aftershock II: Descending Break Downs the hit enemy. Descending Break deals additional Damage to the enemy's balance.
  • Overload II: Overdrive's duration increases. During Overdrive, additionally increases melee Attack Power.


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  • Dual Breaker: Increases Charge Speed of Shield Breaker. Strikes multiple times and Downs hit enemies when using Shield Breaker after charging.
  • Quadruplet: Generates additional Arcs to deal a final blow and Stuns enemies.
  • Crescent Slash: Attacks once more with an energy blade to deal a finishing blow and Stuns enemies.

How to get Skill Points in Stellar Blade

(Screenshot via esports.gg)
(Screenshot via esports.gg)

You can earn Skill Points in a variety of ways in Stellar Blade. There are three main methods you should focus on:

When you obtain Skill Points, an indicator appears on your screen. The percentage goes up and the bar fills on your way to the next one.

How to get and try new skills in Stellar Blade

(Screenshot via esports.gg)
(Screenshot via esports.gg)

It is pretty easy to choose new skills in Stellar Blade. There is one caveat, though. You have to be at a camp and use the Skill Settings machine. It is shaped like a terminal and sits next to the vending machine used to power up the camp.

(Screenshot via esports.gg)
(Screenshot via esports.gg)

From there, you can view the different Skill Trees and spend your Skill Points. As well, only at the Skill Settings machine can you press Square to Enter Training. This allows you to try any skills, even those you don't have, so you can decide if you want it before obtaining it.

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