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  • Disclaimer: Lengthy post but please read throughout. I know most of you must’ve answered similar questions before and must be tired of answering… same old story… But, I’m an Enthusiast Beginner and I take all advice seriously! I appreciate it and Super thanks in advance!

    Been playing for nearly a month and have decided to invest and buy the premium pack. I have collected a number of random monsters and SADLY summoned just ONE 4-star monster out of the 11 mystical scrolls I got! I maxed several monsters and used the obvious selections as food (silvers), now I am left with 50-ish monsters and I want to trim down & select the ones I should focus on evolving and awakening.

    I do not plan to spend another dollar to purchase any more of the packages again and If I will (Which I probably won’t) I would probably buy Crystal lake or titan (side question: Are they good investments?) I‘m already telling you that I will NOT be summoning using crystals anytime soon. So I’ll be stuck on Unknown scrolls and Social Summon which would give me 1-3 stars only.

    Below is a list of the monsters I have in inventory. I want choose from among them which to build for long run. I only have 2 natural 4-star Mons so I will rely on your judgement in choosing which monsters to evolve. I’ve spent so much time reading forums and wikis and can’t really decide on what road to take. I’ve learned that some are ingredients for fusion so better keep it for later, also that some 2-stars are way too awesome to be food (like Lulu and Shannon), and that some 4-star mons are just plain and not as useful as evolved 2-3 star monsters. From reading Ive also found out that there were recent updates in the game and some monsters are not as good as before and the trashy ones before are quite useful now. I havent rune them yet But I have so many in my inventory once I know which ones to build I will rune and Arena, I've been attacked a hundred times and have not revenged yet. I cant decide which to Build, keep, or store for the future. It’s a confusing world for me. This is where you awesome, intelligent, SUPORTIVE gamers come in! I mean this is a verrry long post, I am clearly enthusiastic so you must reply, right? :)

    My friend has been playing quite a while now and I am already in love with this game. I want to make good choices early on. Big thanks to all who will reply!

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    Stuck with this bunch

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    • To answer your Crystal Titan question, yes, but it takes a while to pay itself off. To your monsters, I'll try to give you my best answers:

      2*s to keep:

      Fire: 

      Imp (Fire) - Cogma (Fusion), I'd keep your Hellhound (Fire) - Sieq (Swift/Blade Spd/Attack%/Attack%), he can help your attackers along,

      Wind:

      Howl (Wind) - Chichi(Fusion), Warbear (Wind) - Ramagos (at your level, Full Energy and all HP% stats) is an amazing tanky monster that can dish out a great deal of damage if you rune him right, Salamander (Wind) - Lukan(Fusion)

      3*s to keep:

      Water:

      Elven Ranger (Water) - Eluin (for now, I'd use Fatal/Blade, then Move on to Violent/Blade when you get good enough runes, attack%/Crit. Rate%/Attack%) I just got and I'm going to keep as his skills seem pretty nice, Harpy (Water) - Ramira(Fusion), Fairy (Water) - Elucia (Fatal/Blade or Fatal/Energy works, Attack%/Attack%/Attack%) is a pretty decent healer , Magical Archer (Water) - Sharron(Fusion),Bearman (Water) - Gruda(Fusion), Martial Cat (Water) - Mina(Fusion), Penguin Knight (Water) - Toma (Use fatal/blade for right now, then move onto rage/blade as his 3rd skill benefits from it, Attack%/Crit. Damage%, Attack%) I'm keeping as he can hit extremely hard with his last skill when runed right,

      Fire:

      Harpy (Fire) - Lucasha some people say she's useful in Necro, Beast Hunter (Fire) - Nangrim(Fusion), Inugami (Fire) - Raoq is a great attacker, Werewolf (Fire) - Garoche(Fusion),

      Wind: 

      Elven Ranger (Wind) - Erwin (I'm thinking Fatal/Blade for now and then Violent/Blade later, Attack%/Crit. Rate%/Attack%) doesn't seem too bad, but other people might not like him, so I'll see what others opinions are on him, Harpy (Wind) - Prilea(Fusion), Inferno (Wind) - Anduril(Fusion), Battle Mammoth (Wind) - Olivine (Full Energy and Hp%, and then later game, possibly swift or violent with energy or guard) not a bad tank/cleanser

      4*s to keep:

      Water: 

      Magic Knight (Water) - Lapis (Fatal/Blade and then if you want to farm necro easier later Violent/Revenge seems viable, Attack%/Attack%/Attack%) is fairly good in Necropolis,

      Wind: 

      Anubis (Wind) - Iunu (So many fatal/Blade combos, he needs them at your level as well, Attack%/Attack%/Attack%) doesn't seem bad at all.

      (Edit: Organized and added rune suggestions, I'm very sorry to everyone under me)

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    • Welcome to the game and the wiki.

      You are obviously in the very early stages of the game, so you have a lot of game ahead of you if you are willing to put in the time and be patient. I have been playing for around 13 months now, and I am still not really at the end-game stage. Some people advance faster by spending real world cash in the game, or by getting lucky very early.

      The monsters I would recommend you focus on are the Fire Inugami, Werewolf, and Hellhound, Wind Anubis and Warbear, and Water Magic Knight. The Water Howl or Wind Yeti can be good healers for you early on at least. I'm not super familiar with the Elven Rangers because they are new and weren't worth investing in for me by the time they came out, but they seem like they could be worth looking into at least early on. All of those recommendations are my own opinion and are subject to change if/when you get some better summons.

      Your best use of crystals early on is to save for the 750 Crystal Premium Pack. It takes a while for Free-To-Play players to save up that many crystals, but it is the most effective way for you to get some of the better monsters to start working on. The Titan is only worth investing in if you are planning on playing the game for the long haul. It takes months to earn back the initial investment. Mystical level or better summons are the only real way to get useful monsters in the game, so you'll want to do as many of them as you can until you get some really legitimate monsters to work with. Do not do the 75 crystal summons as they are an inneficient use for your crystals.

      For now just start getting a feel for the how the stats and runes work and how monsters can synergize together. Once you really start to understand that, you can start getting a good feel for yourself which monsters are worth working on. If you like the way a monster is working in your teams, don't give up on it just because others say it sucks. You may find yourself aggreeing later, but you may find the opposite.

      Enjoy the game, good summoning luck, and hope to see you around for a long time to come.

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    • Mathbud1 wrote:

      Your best use of crystals early on is to save for the 750 Crystal Premium Pack. It takes a while for Free-To-Play players to save up that many crystals, but it is the most effective way for you to get some of the better monsters to start working on. 

      Thats what I did actually, I used the premium pack and received 11 myst scroll. Out of 11 just one 4-star came out. LOL. 10 3-star and the rest of the monsters I got from unknown scrolls and Social Summon. I dont plan on purchasing again (or anytime soon)

      Mathbud1 wrote:

      The monsters I would recommend you focus on are the Fire Inugami, Werewolf, and Hellhound, Wind Anubis and Warbear, and Water Magic Knight. The Water Howl or Wind Yeti can be good healers for you early on at least. I'm not super familiar with the Elven Rangers because they are new and weren't worth investing in for me by the time they came out, but they seem like they could be worth looking into at least early on. All of those recommendations are my own opinion and are subject to change if/when you get some better summons.

      So the elven rangers are new, didnt know that. I got 3 light, water and wind. I had Light thru level 20 when I got water and thought its better than, then Got wind shortly after. I decided to use light to power up my wind elven ranger. and the second skill is now lvl2. someone suggested i should use one or the other to power up and just keep one elven ranger but they are both really useful now in my early game so i think im keeping both until one of them proves to be more useless than the other. 

      I failed to mention i have a maxed Light garuda and new acquired fire Garuda. and once again I was told to use one for the other to power up but they both sounds promising and I am just torn which one to keep. Cant I just keep them both? :P

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    • Sure you can keep them both, but The Fire Garuda is the least useful Garuda there is IMO. Water is far more useful, and Light is very useful since his last buff. Wind, Fire, and Dark are fully meh.

      One 4-star out of 11 summons may sound bad, but it is actually not bad at all. You will commonly get no 4-stars at all in a Premium Pack. You are still far better off doing that than trying to rely on Unknown Scrolls and Social Summons. The rate of getting 3-star monsters from either of those is horrible. With a very few exceptions 2-star monsters are not worth building at all. Once you reach mid-game even most 3-star monsters are uninspiring at best. 

      You won't progress much beyond mid-game without summoning mystical scrolls. That is pretty much a guarantee. There is simply no other way to get the monsters you need.

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    • Mathbud1 wrote:
      Sure you can keep them both, but The Fire Garuda is the least useful Garuda there is IMO. Water is far more useful, and Light is very useful since his last buff. Wind, Fire, and Dark are fully meh.

      Gotcha! I'd feed the fire garuda to Teon then. I will awaken Teon later then power up and cross my fingers that the 3rd skill will level2.

      I want to concentrate on the baby monsters I have now and maybe mid game or if, when they become too squishy for use that's the only time I'll purchase again. I dont see that happening very soon but we'll play it by ear. We shall see I am very excited to see what's ahead. Ive invested a lot to increase storage too because In real life and in game I am just so prone to hoarding! I dont want to summon for the next week or so until i clean half of it to feed to others or what not. So for now the plan is, early game leveling and farming. :)

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    • I'm a hoarder in this game for sure. Which is somewhat strange since I can't stand clutter in real life, and will commonly throw things away (or donate them) that I probably shouldn't just to clear space.

      I've currently got 14 monsters at 6-star and 29 at five-star (some of which I realistically never use.) I've got plans for most of them, but who knows if I will ever actually get around to them. xD

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    • Marioawe wrote:
      To answer your Crystal Titan question, yes, but it takes a while to pay itself off.

      (I'll flesh this out and organize it better (and add rune suggestions) when I have more time.

      Thanks! appreciate it very much!

      Based on the 2 (very helpful) Users, here's what I've got so far.

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      Really hoping to hear more suggestions. I want to rune soon and farm for Essence :)

      I saw in one review that Druken master rating is low. But I kinda like him. Is keeping him not worth it mid game?

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    • Looks like Mario has done a great job covering the fusion monsters. Fusion is something you should try out later in the game, later when you are in your lvl 30s+, but collecting them now will spare pain later when you need them but can't find them. Once you build a Fusion Hexagram, you'll see the monsters you can 'fuse', by leveling certain monsters, awakening them and then sacrificing them for certain monsters. Of all the Fusion monsters, Veromos (Dark Ifrit) is by far the most useful thing on the planet, and an excellent goal that is useful in every aspect of the game.

      Your first goal ought to be a farmer, who can help you level up other monsters. Of course, you can play the game however you want, this recommendation is merely for growing faster :3 When using a 'farmer', one monster has the ability to reliably go on auto mode and solo a level, thus you can bring 3 useless mons that you use to level up in order to feed the growth of your other mons during evolutions.

      There are many arguments about where is the best place to farm, with various calculations of efficiency. For me I just chose to go energy spent vs exp gained, and so I chose to go to farm in Hell Mode. The two easiest places to farm early on in Hell Mode are Hydeni 7 (For wind mons) and Tamor 3 (For fire and some water mons). It is better to farm Hydeni 5 for energy vs exp, but the monsters there cast a lot of debuffs that can kill and decrease the reliability of early farmers on auto mode.

      Overall I'd recommend shooting for Tamor 3 Hell. You don't have a Water Warbear (Dagora) yet, but with very early Energy runes he can farm Faimon Hard as a springboard to Tamor 3 Hell.

      As for arena, don't worry about it too much. Fight and win where you can, but it's not at all necessary to focus on it early on, and can hinder growth speed. Arena is chance for earning crystals every week and using Glory Points for more summons or upgrades. It's way easier to farm at lvl 30+ with monsters that are farmers or dungeon crawlers.

      Also, early on, one mistake I made was I spent too much time farming for essence to awaken. In truth, not all monsters need to be rushed to be awakened, which can be very taxing to a beginning player as it was for me. In fact to this day, I still haven't burned through the water mids I have from those months of farming for water high essence...

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    • Mathbud1 wrote:

      I've currently got 14 monsters at 6-star and 29 at five-star (some of which I realistically never use.) I've got plans for most of them, but who knows if I will ever actually get around to them. xD

      That's amazing. Did you get most at natural 4 or 5? Or did you invest in your 2-3 stars till you got there?

      So the friend I mentioned on my 1st post started playing October-ish. and is at Lvl 24 with Four 5-star awakened monsters and One 5 star maxed. Uses Assasin, Vigor, Kugo, Michelle, and Teon as main monsters and is currently working on his 3 star monsters to build.

      I started playing early January which is roughly 2 weeks ago. When I signed up he said it would take a lot of time before I'll be able to catch up on his then, level 23. I was provoked and now at lvl 17 really excited to evolve some 3star to 4 star and continue to build my monster army. Which Is why I take your suggestions seriously.

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    • Xepso wrote:

      Also, early on, one mistake I made was I spent too much time farming for essence to awaken. In truth, not all monsters need to be rushed to be awakened, which can be very taxing to a beginning player as it was for me. In fact to this day, I still haven't burned through the water mids I have from those months of farming for water high essence...

      Roger that. I'm saving the exp booster I got from my purchase and from the error compensation Jan 11. for that when I decide to farm and level up. Truthfully I had the same mind set and just went to farm essence for the past 2 days and then I thought.. why? Lol so I stoppped and just maxed some on the early mons I got. 

      Also noted on the Water Warbear (Dagora) -- i hope i'll get one.

      From what ive got Im thinking of leveling these (5) Battle Mammoth- Olivine, Warbear (Ramagos),  Inugami- Raoq, Mummy - Sonora, Anubis - Iunu 

      Ive got these max level at 3 star - Drunken Master - Mao,  Elven Ranger - Erwin, Elven Ranger - Eluin, , Fairy - Elucia, Bounty Hunter - Roger,  Werewolf - Garoche. and max level at 4 star - Magic Knight - Lapis

      Based on experience which do you think I should evolve first?

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    • where are you farming at the moment? that would best determine what to upgrade.

      One thing i noticed is that you only have one healer, and that's elucia. i'm not a fan of elucia, since she needs atk to make her heal better, but she's not exactly enduring either. i'd go with rakaja (wind yeti), build him with swift runes, HP% HP% HP% on 2/4/6 slots, or if you can't find HP you can put DEF% runes as well. for the second rune set, energy is probably best early on. he'll out-heal elucia any day and out live her too.

      you may also consider a stat buffer, like shannon (wind pixie). she can similarly be built swift with HP HP HP. she buffs armor and attack.

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    • 2 of my 6-starred monsters were natural 5-stars. I got extremely lucky with them: Han and Ragdoll. The rest are split between natural 4-stars and natural 3-stars.

      There may be a miscommunication going on here. It seems you may have purchased something with real dollars (you say you got an XP booster.) What I was recommending you "purchase" is the Premium Pack which costs 750 crystals. This does not cost any real money. It is entirely Free-To-Play (F2P.) You can find it in the Shop under Special. I would never recommend to anyone that they spend actual money in the game. That is a choice they will have to make for themselves. 

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    • I would also suggest trying to farm Inugami (Light) - Belladeon and Bearman (Light) - Ahman for the Secret Dungeons on Light days, as they're good healers that pretty much everyone recommends.

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    • Mathbud1 wrote:

      There may be a miscommunication going on here. It seems you may have purchased something with real dollars (you say you got an XP booster.) What I was recommending you "purchase" is the Premium Pack which costs 750 crystals

      No miscommunication on my end here, I did not misread or misunderstood your message. But it seems you misunderstood Mine. Its on my First post Please read and check it out again :)

      I have already purchased Premium pack PRIOR to me posting on this thread, prior to you replying, and prior to me reading your recommendation. Which explains why I have so many monsters which is why I am asking for opinion on which to keep. Following so far?

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      I think you are the one confused here. You are probably thinking I bought something with dollars because "YOU recommended the premium pack". I DID NOT do that because of your "recommendation" like I said these all happened PRIOR to me posting on this forum as you can see on my very FIRST post. :)

      I bought the starter pack (which I bought in dollars) and it has exp booster, mana 50k, crystal 150pcs and 2 mystical scrolls. It also has +25 crystal daily for 15 days.

      I have already stocked up on my early free crystals and crystals I earned from achievements, ADD the 150 I got from the starter pack  ADD the com2us 100 crystals from the Jan 11 error bonus and after 5 days from buying the starter pack I already have 750 crystals and was able to purchase the Premium Pack. You follow me on this?

      On your first reply "you recommended" for me to stock up on my "free" crystals till it reach 750 so i can buy the premium pack. To which I replied that I ALREADY did. It's like you gave me an Advice I have already thought of and executed prior to me conversing with you.

      I do not see the significance of me telling the whole purchasing story on my very first post because it is already very lenghty, irrelevant to my inquiry, and I have Cleary Stated At The First Sentence the premise of my dilemma - that I bought Premium Pack and Have accumulated a number of Monsters (which is why again I started this thread in the first place) so I can get help in deciding which monster to keep and build.

      I did not buy anything because you told me to, I hope you now understand that :) Hoping this clear things out!

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    • Marioawe wrote:
      I would also suggest trying to farm Inugami (Light) - Belladeon and Bearman (Light) - Ahman for the Secret Dungeons on Light days, as they're good healers that pretty much everyone recommends.

      Garuda is the only light monster that i have. plus the elven light ranger that i decide to use as power up to wind elven ranger. I have zero dark monster as of yet. But I will definitely take note of farming for these 2 on Light days I checked their description and looks impresive. Thank you!

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    • Xepso wrote:
      where are you farming at the moment? that would best determine what to upgrade.

      One thing i noticed is that you only have one healer, and that's elucia. i'm not a fan of elucia, since she needs atk to make her heal better, but she's not exactly enduring either. i'd go with rakaja (wind yeti), build him with swift runes, HP% HP% HP% on 2/4/6 slots, or if you can't find HP you can put DEF% runes as well. for the second rune set, energy is probably best early on. he'll out-heal elucia any day and out live her too.

      you may also consider a stat buffer, like shannon (wind pixie). she can similarly be built swift with HP HP HP. she buffs armor and attack.


      I am on the look out always for Shannon so i hope i get her soon.

      On the healer note - Wind yeti - Rakaja is a good candidate. But I was thinking of awekining my Garuda - Teon which has party heal/revive and make him main support. I kept on asking about thoughts on Drunken master - Mao because he has party heal with buff as well and a good attacker at the same time.

      I will line up  Wind yeti - Rakaja to level next after my Mamoth - Olivine just as youve recommended and test it out if compatible with my playing style. Also, Is Lulu  a really good monster like everyone says?

      P.S. I really like to know your thoughts on Drunken master - Mao LOL Thanks a bunch!

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    • Added rune suggestion to my first post.

      About Mao, I've personally fed him, but he seems like a competent healer/speed buffer. I would go Fatal/Energy, Attack% or Speed/Attack%/Attack%

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    • Teon was buffed a bit since I started playing, but overall I'd say he isn't really worth a slot. His heal isn't very good, and when he revives, the revived monster has very little health and doesn't stand much of a chance of surviving. Since usually your weakest mon dies first, the weakest mon being revived without much health usually dies again just as quickly. Generally it's a better strategy to stack up healers/support for survival as opposed to letting anyone die. Only a few revivers do the job well, and I haven't been lucky enough to get a single one to even experiment with :x Apex revivers are like Iona and Eladriel - not easily attainable.

      I'm guessing Mao is one of your better damage dealers right now. His skillset isn't bad, and he could definitely be evolved to higher stars to deal even more damage. For a while at least, he'll be pretty helpful as a DD, but unfortunately later in the game, his usage becomes less obvious. As you progress, the best way to power up is to improve your runes and so Dungeon runners are really important.

      For one, if he is to serve as a healer in dungeons, he will not be very durable since his heal relies on ATK, whereas other healers can build their survivability without it affecting their heal. Even at 2000 ATK, his heal will be much weaker than other AOE healers. If you are trying to get as deep as you can in dungeons, typically you'd prefer a stronger healer to increase your odds, and the healer that doesn't die.

      Secondly, dungeons start to stack up in HP really, really fast as you progress. Eventually direct damage becomes next to impossible without special monsters and extremely good runes in B7+. In this phase, it's much easier to rely on survival teams that deal Damage Over Time.

      I think he might be able to farm Tamor 3 Hell, but given his water element, it might take longer, which means less runs possible a day. With a Violent speedy build, I think he can run Vrofagus 4 Hell, but that's a long ways away. He may also be helpful in earlier Arena battles and GW.

      Overall I dont think Mao is total food. He has fast cooldowns, packs a decent punch, and even has AOE crit decrease and AOE speed. If he's faster, such as swift  SPD/CR or CD/ATK, with ATK subs, then later convert to Violent I think he can be good, but unfortunately those runes can be even more devastating on other monsters. Still it's a pretty good kit, and I think it'll help for a while. You can always raise a mon to 5*, and then feed it if it doesn't get better with a rune upgrade. Or stuff it in the storage like me xD

      Lulu is another good early healer. Swift, with lots of HP and it does a good job of healing. Also very easy to skill up. When I started I chose Rakaja over Lulu, so my experience with Lulu is mainly killing it. Some of them were pretty durable, and with two heals, even if the AI wanted to be dumber it would still heal!

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    • Marioawe wrote:
      Added rune suggestion to my first post.

      About Mao, I've personally fed him, but he seems like a competent healer/speed buffer. I would go Fatal/Energy, Attack% or Speed/Attack%/Attack%

      This is awesome! Thanks I'll rune soon and will be on level/farm mode for the next few weeks.

      Also since you guys ignored these monsters this prolly means they are food right?

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      I would want to evolve some monsters so if they are food I'd use them now than hoard I dont want to pay anymore mana on expanding the storage.  XD

      Take out Rakaja by the way oon this list. Im keeping him on the side as healer per Xepso'suggestion.

      As for ther rest? Food? Yes or No?


      Thanks in advance! You've really helped me hugely.

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    • Xepso wrote:
      Generally it's a better strategy to stack up healers/support for survival as opposed to letting anyone die. 

      I'm guessing Mao is one of your better damage dealers right now. His skillset isn't bad, and he could definitely be evolved to higher stars to deal even more damage. For a while at least, he'll be pretty helpful as a DD, but unfortunately later in the game, his usage becomes less obvious. As you progress, the best way to power up is to improve your runes and so Dungeon runners are really important.

      Lulu is another good early healer. Swift, with lots of HP and it does a good job of healing. Also very easy to skill up. When I started I chose Rakaja over Lulu, so my experience with Lulu is mainly killing it. Some of them were pretty durable, and with two heals, even if the AI wanted to be dumber it would still heal!

      Your reply on Teon, Llulu, Mao, and Rakaja is so detailed I dont even want to discuss how accurate your analysis may be. I just have to agree! contributors here are awesome seriously.

      So my friend is Teon's number 1 fan (maybe) he recommends it very very much but because of what you said Im thinking it may not be the best choice. Although I think he may be right about Werewolf_(Water)_-_Vigor Its also one of his faves, I have scrolls from dungeon but didnt reach the required 40 but it's definitely on my wish lst.

      I see your point on monster choices for Dungeon dealers, farmers, rune importance and change of monster lineup mid-end game. I guess I'll best use what I have for now and just as you have implied as I go along I might use the early monsters as food or  for fusion in the future.  

      Your input is hugely appreciated thanks!

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    • About Teon, well, yeah xD Not too many 6* teon out there. some mons are designed as stepping stones to be fed to a better mon later on.  you could let your friend know with a few euphemisms xD

      the other mons can be fed. some people are very mechanical in deciding whether a mon is food or not, i prefer to try to think of a use and usually choose to hoard. however, its better to not hoard too much early on, since you will need that space for food to evolve. when i was starting out, i would only have 5 spots max because i hoarded too much, and was also too cheap to keep paying for more space. it started to become pretty annoying xD

      vigor is pretty good, i imagine he might have a slight sink in usefulness somewhere between beginning game to mid game, but once you get some 6* HP runes, as long as his crit rate is high enough he will do pretty nice water damage, and his AOE speed buff is pretty handy.

      oh btw when i said DD, i meant 'damage dealer', sorry.

      if you have any other questions just ask. as long as you're cool about it, plenty of people will be willing to help!

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    • My suggestion that there was a miscommunication happening was due to your strong resistance to the idea of purchasing more Premium Packs. I understand that you already purchased 1. I'm telling you that 1 is not enough. I'm telling you, in the nicest way possible, that in my opinion none of the monsters you have (except perhaps the Anubis) are worth investing in long term, and that you need to keep summoning mystical scrolls to get better monsters. I said that there was a miscommunication because it seemed as though you were under the impression that purchasing another Premium Pack would require you to use more real money, and that is not the case. In my opinion there is no way to advance in this game without summoning as many mystical scrolls as you can get your hands on. My recommendation is to continue repeatedly purchasing the Premium Pack using all your free crytals for that purpose until you get some better monsters to work with.

      If you are committed to not purchasing the Premium Pack with your free crystals, by all means proceed. I don't want to tell you how you have to play the game. I just wanted you to understand that the monsters you have, and most of the monsters that will be available to you through only unknown and social summons are sub-par monsters. As long as I have succeeded in conveying that opinion, best of luck.

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    • Thank you!

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    • Sorry for the late reply, keep Amazon (Wind) - Hina because she's fusion, and maybe Bounty Hunter (Wind) - Roger

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    • Jestrini wrote:
      Marioawe wrote:
      To answer your Crystal Titan question, yes, but it takes a while to pay itself off.

      (I'll flesh this out and organize it better (and add rune suggestions) when I have more time.

      Thanks! appreciate it very much!

      Based on the 2 (very helpful) Users, here's what I've got so far.

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      Really hoping to hear more suggestions. I want to rune soon and farm for Essence :)

      I saw in one review that Druken master rating is low. But I kinda like him. Is keeping him not worth it mid game?

      IMO, all warbears are good, some people say they are trash but they could be useful for raids, the could be great frontline tanks. Fire Warbear has a 100% counterattack rate when using 3rd skill and its 3 turns and when maxed its 3 turn cooldown so thats like everytime you get attacked you will automatically counter attack. Fire Warewolf is meh I don't know why u would keep, Wind Battle mammoth is very tasty to the other mammoths, Best Mammoths IMO are Water, Dark, and Light being Water most useful for a tank in raid, toa, and a heal that scales off 18% os his HP when maxed. I can't stress this enought, Fire Inugami and Wind Warbear are you best monsters right now, Wind Warbear (Ramagos) alone carried me through the hardshipps of level 1 - 40 and i still use him now for arena offence, guild wars, and raids, my first 6*. First off all hellhounds food, easily farmmable and lots of better nukers, sieq is good early game when when you get mid 30's he becomes close to useless. Fire Elven is best IMO but you can keep other 2 for early game progression. Wind Yeti is also half decent ealy game healer and might be good for raids also since there are more monsters on your side to heal. I can't stress how important wind warbear was for my early game progession. He made what could have been a nightmare a walk in the park. Also don't worry on summoning good monsters, most people have terrible luck and when you see people pulling really good monsters, thats like 1/10000 people every time someone summons. If I were you on light day's I would look for a Light Inugami secret dungeon because that monster is great at all stages of the game. And you may not know this but i'll tall you anyways, you can evolve monsters from 2 to 3 stars.

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