Isekai is the seasonal, competitive mode of the HentaiVerse. Unlike the main mode (Persistent) which lasts indefinitely, Isekai lasts for half a year before resetting.
- Isekai runs in half-year seasons, starting on Longest Night (the Winter Solstice) and ending on Longest Day (the Summer Solstice), and vice versa. A notable exception is Season 1, which began on Jan 9th 2021.
- All players start at level 0 and with no equipment or items. They may start with up to one million ISK carried from the previous season.
- Isekai uses its own currency (ISK), which is only used within HV Isekai. Usual bonuses the Player may receive in persistent is disabled, or enabled to everyone equally
- Isekai is accessed through via the mode selector found on the top right of the page.
- The primary goal of Isekai is competitive, competing in The Tower to reach the highest floor. Rewards vary by Season
- From the start of each season until the end of that month, there is an "Early Bird" period where equipment drop rates and stamina regeneration is doubled.
- During the last month of the season, Isekai will enter the "Last Spurt" mode. While in this mode, the Player can make five attempts at The Tower per day, increased from three. Adding attachments to MoogleMail is disabled during last spurt, detaching items sent before last spurt is still enabled.
- At the end of the season, the Players current ISK balance as well as the total ISK sell value of owned items and equipment will be added together. The first one million ISK will be transferred to the next Isekai season. The remainder will be transferred as actual Credits to Persistent.
- Any Soulbound equipment, Peerless Vouchers, and all Peerless Equipment the Player acquires in Isekai will transfer over to Persistent at the end of the season. Any Peerless equipment that is not soulbound will be soulfused to the Player in the process, and all upgrades and potencies will be lost.
- The Player may also gain permanent bonuses to all Primary Attributes and a Peerless Voucher in Persistent, depending on their rank.
Notable differences to persistent include:
- ISK and Hath cannot be attached.
- Attaching items and equipment is only available for donators, of at least bronze star.
- Non-donators can still receive MoogleMails.
- There is an uncapped 10% fee on the total CoD. Half of this (capped to 1000 ISK) is paid up-front, and the rest is deducted when the receiver accepts and pays.
The Player has all of the following trainings at max level, all others are disabled.
- Scholar of War.
- Pack Rat.
- Luck of the Draw.
- This is 300% rather than the normal 100%.
- Ability Boost.
- Maxed to the current level of the Player, and add +1 Ability Point per level.
- Manifest Destiny.
- Maxed to the current level of the Player, and add +1 Mastery Point per 50 levels.
The Player has the following Hath Perks, all others are disabled.
- Follower of Snowflake.
- Innate arcana V.
- Hoarder V.
- Artifact and Collectible drops are replaced with high-grade and rare upgrade materials at a rate of 80/20.
- Salvaging returns 3 low-grade materials for Superior, and 2 mid-grade materials for Exquisite.
- Forge upgrades do not require bindings.
- Special events like the Easter Event and the Loot & Harvest Festival only run on Persistent.
- Training, the Item Bot, the Lottery and the Monster Lab are not available.
- Monsters are copied over from Persistent at the start of each season. Monster food, chaos tokens and crystals do not drop. Monster wins are not recorded.
- There are no stamina recovery items, so play will be limited by the available stamina.
- Stamina still recovers naturally.
- The regular equipment inventory is limited to 200, but 1000 storage slots are available.
- Titles, title bonuses and title skills are disabled.
- Item World potency gain is higher. Nightmare and up has three times the gain compared to Persistent, while Normal and Hard have the same gain as Nightmare.
- SoulFusing cost is halved.
- Legendary Bosses have half their ordinary HP.
- Donator bonuses, trainings, hath perks and toplist bonuses except any listed above do not apply. The EXP bonus on Isekai is fixed to 500%.
- Feeding accounts ISK by using the CoD function is not allowed. It is only to be used for straight-up trading of Isekai items/equipment for ISK.
- Gathering ISK from other accounts to have it converted to credits after the end of the season is not allowed.
- Distributing ISK to other accounts to have it transferred to the next Isekai season is not allowed.
- Cross-trading HV Persistent items, equipment and currencies for Isekai items and equipment is allowed, but not for ISK as it would violate the rules above.
- Note: There is no system in place to support this kind of trade.
- Warning: Breaking any of the above rules may get the offenders disqualified from the current and/or future season's rankings, and/or permanently blocked from sending Isekai attachments.