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Project Slayers Trello Link, Map, and Guide

A good slayer has the best resources.

In the Demon Slayer series, the Demon Slayer Corps have a vast network of soldiers, helpers, informants, and more, all aiding the Slayers themselves in the goal of protecting Japan from demonkind. It’s a rough job, and you need every resource you can get. The same is true for Project Slayers, though in this case it’s less “informants” and more “message boards.” Here are the Project Slayers Trello link and map.

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The developers of Project Slayers run their own public community Trello board. This board is freely accessible to anyone with the link, and it’s a great place to source advice about NPC locations, quests, items, and boss strategies.

You can visit the official Project Slayers Trello board at this link.

Before anything else, make sure you check out the Information tab on the far left of the board, as it’ll have all of the base-level information and frequently-asked-questions you could need to get on your feet. If you need more in-depth information on any topic, just scroll through the sections until you find what you’re looking for.

In addition to the Trello, if you’re having trouble making your way around the game world, you can make use of a game map created by one of the board’s admins, one icelinkX.

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This map shows you all of the major locales of Project Slayer’s overworld, color-coded for your convenience. If you need more information on a particular location, you can find what you’re looking for in the Locations section of the Trello board.

Remember, all of these resources are here for your benefit! The developers have provided them all to ensure you have the best possible experience with their game, so don’t hesitate to use them to their fullest!

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Daniel Trock
Since the first time he picked up a controller as a child, Daniel has been a dyed-in-the-wool gaming fanatic, with a Steam library numbering over 600 games. His favorite pastime, aside from playing games, is doing deep dives on game wikis to learn more about their lore and characters.