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Question on Chalice Dungeons deleting and creating

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Can't find clear answer on the net.  I need two more Red Jelly from the 3rd floor of the Great Isz Chalice Dungeon. I only have one more space to create the Great Pthumeru Ihyll Chalice Dungeon. Can I delete my first Pthumeru Chalice Dungeon and create Great Isz Chalice Dungeon (to get the Red Jellys) without losing progress towards the final Dungeon. I just scared to delete a chalice and restart from the start again. Hope this makes sense. 

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You don't need older chalices "active" to be able to go to the next one. Once you are "finished" with a chalice, you can close it with no consequence. If you do need to go back into that chalice for whatever reason, you can use the glyph to re-create it, but it has no affect on future chalices.

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Besides that, you can create previous chalice dungeons for free. Well, with the expection of special traits of a dungeon. Those can't be created for free.

 

So feel free to create any chalice dungeon you want without worrying about losing progress, you can't lose progress.

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13 hours ago, Squirlruler said:

You don't need older chalices "active" to be able to go to the next one. Once you are "finished" with a chalice, you can close it with no consequence. If you do need to go back into that chalice for whatever reason, you can use the glyph to re-create it, but it has no affect on future chalices.

 

Thanks man. It sure clears things up. I've made too many mistakes before on games:giggle:

11 hours ago, viech54 said:

Besides that, you can create previous chalice dungeons for free. Well, with the expection of special traits of a dungeon. Those can't be created for free.

 

So feel free to create any chalice dungeon you want without worrying about losing progress, you can't lose progress.

 

Thanks. Works like a charm. I was worried abit. 

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