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Hero Stats and SkillsEdit

Base statsEdit

  • Atk - Physical attack. Is reduced by Def.
  • Matk - Magical attack. Is reduced by Mdef.
  • Acc - Accuracy, determines chance to hit the enemy. See Below
  • Crit - Chance (in %) to score a critical hit. See Below
  • Cdmg - Critical damage modifier. Increases Critical damage additively. Base Critical damage is 2x damage. Cdmg +20% equals 2.2x Critical damage.
    • Was Crit % untill V2.431.
  • Hp - Hit points, amount of Health.
  • Def - Physical defense, reduces incoming Atk damage.
  • Mdef - Magical defense, reduces incoming Matk damage.
  • Eva - Evasion. Used by enemies to evade hits. See Accuracy
  • Ap - Ability points. Used to cast Skills. See Below
  • Str - Strength increases Atk.
  • Int - Intellect increases Matk.
  • Dex - Dexterity increases Acc.
  • Luck - per 1 luck gain 1,6% chance for lucky hit. Lucky hits deal 1,35x dmg.
    • Str\Int\Dex scaling you can find on each Heroes' page: here.

Percent statsEdit

  • Atk %, Matk %, Acc %, Def %, Mdef %, Hp % Xp % and Cdmg % all stack additively. Including a Hero Passive modifier like Might\Intellect. For example, Might Passive + 2 Radiant Prefixes gives 1.3x Atk bonus. A Hero with 20% Cdmg and 15% Cdmg would deal 2.35x Critical damage.

PLv PotionsEdit

  • A non-Prestiged Hero can use 8 Enchantment Potions, a 1st Prestige Hero can use 12 and 2nd Prestige Hero can use 16.
    • Prestiging removes all Enchantments. Reclassing does not.
  • Regardless of a Hero's level when given the potion you will gain full benefits. The potions are retroactive.
    • For example, a level 40 Hero will gain 4 points instantly, the Hero will then continue to gain 0.1 point each time they level up.
  • Plv Potions give more stats than +X Potions.

SkillsEdit

The Skills page lists every skill in the game with a detailed explanation.

  • At level 10 a Hero gains 5 Ap and unlocks Skills.
  • Every 2 levels afterward they gain an additional Ability point.
  • Heroes level 40 and higher have 20 Ap, which is the cap.
    • Wisdom Passive, unique to Mages, Clerics, Dark Knight, and Bards raises the Ap cap by 2 for a total of 22.
    • 2 Prefixes: Savvy and Master's, add 1 and 2 Ap respectively.
  • Each Hero has 7 unique Skills (except for Bard who has 8), unlocked at levels 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, and 51.
  • Skills that deal direct damage can Crit and miss.
  • True Damage cannot Crit, but can Lucky Hit.
  • Lesser Heal, Light's Grace and Greater Heal cannot Crit.
    • Heals won't overheal your Hero, so you cannot heal more than the amount of HP a Hero had going into the fight.
  • Mana Shield grants a shield equal to 0,6x of your hero's matk. Blocks only magical damage, physical and true damage will bypass it.
  • Differently named buffs can stack. For example:
    • Enrage and Vicious Strike gives 1.6x + 1.3x = 1.9x damage modifier.
      • For example with 500 Atk using both Skills would boost Hero to 950 Atk. 950/500 = 1.9x.
      • With 500 base Atk, Might passive and Radiant prefix Hero will have 2,1x modifier (all modifiers stacks additively)

Mage skillsEdit

  • Silence cannot miss.
  • Silence will not negate enemy Shields.
  • Amplify Magic doubles the effects of all enemy's debuffs and deal 0,8x matk x number of debuffs. DoTs are classified as debuffs and their damage will be doubled. Will deal only 0,8x if there are no effects to amplify.

Warrior skills:Edit

  • Taunt redirects all damage of a next enemy attack to a caster, this includes debuffs. Reflect will also trigger it.
  • Block will only reduce Physical incoming damage by 78% before mitigations, the magical damage is unchanged.
    • Any debuffs applied by the Attack will still be applied to the Hero.

Paladin skills:Edit

  • Shield will only reduce Magical incoming damage by 78% before mitigations, the physical damage is unchanged.
  • Holy Shield sets whole party's mdef equal to 1,6x paladin's mdef, the physical damage is unchanged.
    • Any debuffs applied by the Attack will still be applied to the team.

Rogue and Assassin skills:Edit

  • Evade will reduce all incoming damage (including true damage) for the Hero that used it by 78% before mitigations.
    • Any debuffs applied by the Attack will still be applied to the Hero.

Basic Combat MechanicsEdit

THE DAMAGE FORMULAEdit

$ Damage = \frac{ 100 } {100 + Enemy~Defense}\times (Hero~Attack \times Skill~Modifier) $
For example, if a Berserker has 500 Atk and an enemy has 200 Def, using a Slash (1.6x Atk)--
100/(100 + 200) = 0.33. The Hero will only be doing 33% of his damage, which in this case is 266.66 damage (↑ 267.) 100/(100 + 200)*(500*1.6)

  • Physical and Magical damage is calculated separately and then added together.
  • Atk is used with Def, and Matk is used with Mdef.

ACCURACY / HIT CHANCEEdit

$ Hit~chance = \frac{ 200 \times Acc } {Acc + Eva} $
For example, if your Hero has 50 Acc and the enemy has 75 Eva, you will have an 80% chance to hit. (200*50)/(50+75)

You currently need 250 Acc to 100% hit all enemies (in F2P).


Attack OrderEdit

Knowing who attacks first is crucial when planning Skill order. Your Heroes will always attack first unless fighting one of the Weekly bosses, they attack first. Regular Epic bosses and special map bosses do not attack first. Order Follows this pattern:

First
Second
Third
Fourth
Enemy (Last)
Fifth
Sixth

Skill orderEdit

  • Turn 1 = Skill 1
  • Turn 2 = Skill 2
  • Turn 3 = Skill 3
  • Turn 4 = Skill 4
  • Turn 5 = Skill 5

On Turn 1 all of your Heroes will use their first Skill followed by the Enemy. Turn 2 Skill 2 and so on. If the fight doesn't end after the 5th turn it will repeat the same actions starting at Skill 1. If the Fight doesn't end after 200 Turns, it will auto-complete and result in a failure with all of your Heroes dead.

Enemy DamageEdit

When an enemy attacks, if the target for the attack is not specified the damage is split between the front row. If a monster's attack is to deal 1.8x Atk, with 2 heroes in front both will take 0.9x Atk, 3 heroes will take 0.6x Atk each.

3 examples of specified damage are:

  • Ares' "Savage Charge" skill Deal 2.5x Atk to the Center Hero. (Only the Center front Hero takes damage, does nothing if there is no center hero)
  • Antares' "Deadly Venom" Deal .7x Matk to the Back Row for 3 Turns (Back row Heroes take 0.7x Matk ea, damage will be redirected to front row if there are no Heroes in backline)
  • Dragon Whelp's "Flame Breath" Deal 1,2x Atk & 1,2x Matk (AOE) (Area of Effect, all Heroes take 1,2x Atk & 1,2x Matk damage)

AOE DamageEdit

When an enemy uses an Area of Effect attack it follows this pattern:

Fourth
First
Fifth
Second
Sixth
Third

DOT DamageEdit

When an enemy uses a Damage Over Time attack it will add an effect to each Hero. This effect will activate when the Hero attacks and they will suffer damage afterward. This effect can be cleared with Cleanse.

True DamageEdit

True Damage is a unique Skill of Assassins, Rogues, Dark Knight, Night Beast, Night Stalker, Fatalis and Desolation Wolf. True damage deals damage that is not dependent on enemy defenses.

HeroesEdit

The 3 Hero True Damage Skills, Cheap Shot, Puncture, and Twilight Strike deal only what the description says. For example, if a Rogue has 500 Atk and 500 Acc, using Cheap Shot 2 (1.4x Atk+Acc) will deal 1400 damage. The Enemy will take 1400 damage and not calculate for Defense values.

EnemyEdit

Night Beast & Night Stalker: Swift Strike

  • Deal 1x Atk as True Dmg .
    • Deals 75 Atk and 75 Matk regardless of defense values. (Cannot be blocked, can be partially mitigated through Evade skill)

Fatalis: Dark Flame

  • Deal .5x Matk as True Dmg & Def ↓50% (AOE).
    • Deals 0.5x Matk as True Dmg. (AOE)

Desolation Wolf: Desolate Howl

  • Atk & Eva ↑50% for 3 Turns Deal .2x Atk as True dmg AOE
    • Buff part is casted before the attack, therefore AoE will affected by the buff

Basic Game MechanicsEdit

LUCKEdit

Luck increases the chance for increased quantities of items to drop from quests. Luck value is equal to a direct percentage increase.

For slots 1 and 2, Luck increases the number of materials dropped. Every 10 Luck gives +1 guaranteed item drop, up to 5 materials cap. (Slots 1 and 2 only)

For slots 3 and 4, Luck increases the chance to receive a drop from this Slot for each item by % (multiplicatively, by amount equal to party's combined luck) For slots 3 and 4 the cap depends on the Quest. See each Quest page for the cap.

All Heroes have 0 luck except for the Bard who has a passive Luck bonus of 10.

Per 1 luck, gain 1,6% for lucky hit chance. Lucky hits deal 1,35x damage and work with True dmg.

CRITICAL HITSEdit

Critical hits deal 2x Damage. Skills that deal direct damage can Crit. The Critical Strike Passive can increase damage by 35% (2.35x Dmg). Fatal Stab Skill increases damage by 100% (3x Dmg). These two do stack, so a critical hit with the Fatal Stab Skill + Critical Strike passive will deal 3,35x Dmg.

With the Poem of Focus skill Heroes deal 4.75x Crit damage. (5,1x with Critical strike passive). Assassin's skill Fatal Stab deals 6,1x.

All weapons have an invisible Crit stat of 1 except daggers/knives which have 5.

  • True Damage cannot crit.
  • Lesser Heal, Greater Heal and Light's Grace cannot crit.
  • Mana Shield cannot crit.

Speed BonusEdit

Quest timers have been given a flat time to finish and these can be reduced down to 50% of its total time. There are 3 factors that reduce quest time.

  • Group Effectiveness: How many Turns it takes to finish the fight.
  • Speed Stat: gained through gear, prefixes, Game modes, or weekly events. It reduces the quest time by a direct % which is based on the stat or game modifier.
  • Speed Boost: You can buy the recipe from the store. There are 3 variations of this Potion, 15%, 25%, and 50%
  • Speed events (Speed Humpday or Speed Weekend.) All of these 3 factors above added up CANT reduce the Quest time over 75%, Speed Event bypasses this.

$ Timer = Origonal~Time \times \frac {1 - Speed} {100} $

So 50% Speed gives you x a 0.5 modifier. The more turns it takes to finish a quest means a lower grade and higher Quest timer.

Quest TimerEdit

To calculate.

  • Take the base time and multiply it by Grade Variable.
    • (S - 0.75, A - 0.9, B = 1, C = 1.1, D = 1.25)
  • For each action add +5 seconds. For each turn passed add another 5 seconds.
  • Reduce final value if your heroes have Speed stat.
    • Time = time x (1 - speed)

For example, a Moss Golem has a 12 second base time. With S Grade you get 9 seconds. (12*0.75) Add 10 seconds for 1 turn and 1 action. (assuming your hero one-shot the mob) Final time is 19 seconds for the Quest. With 8% speed (19*0.92) = ~17 second Quest Time.

PrefixEdit

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All Weapons and Armor in the game have a chance for rolling a Prefix when crafting or buying. Adding a Prefix to a weapon also increases the Rarity of the item. Once you have unlocked the Enchanter you can use them to try and add or reroll Prefix.

All Prefixes are weighted, with most being 5 10 or 20. Fortunate prefix has a weight of 10 and with the total weight of all Prefixes being 710, there is a ~1% (10/710) chance to roll it. Eventually, weaker prefixes become unavaliable as your crafter/enchanter levels up.

Prefixes[1]
Name EnchaterLvlReq Weight
Burning 1 0
Fiery 11 5
Flaming 21 10
Smoldering 31 20
Blazing 41 40
Cold 1 5
Chilled 11 10
Icy 21 20
Frozen 31 30
Glacial 41 40
Keen 1 5
Accurate 11 10
Sharp 21 20
Fatal 31 30
Deadly 41 40
Tenacious 1 5
Vigorous 11 10
Robust 21 20
Resilient 31 30
Titan's 41 40
Solid 1 5
Hard 11 10
Tough 21 20
Sturdy 31 30
Defender's 41 40
Focused 1 5
Resolute 11 10
Centered 21 20
Mindful 31 30
Protector's 41 40
Lucky 21 5
Fortunate 41 10
Quick 11 5
Swift 31 10
Skilled 11 5
Expert's 31 10
Savvy 61 5
Master's 66 2
Brisk 61 10
Radiant 61 10
Frigid 61 10
Strong 61 10
Rigid 61 10
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CraftingEdit

In order to get a certain Prefix during the craft

$ (Crafter~Lvl) + (Grade \times2) - 4 \ge (Enchanter~Lvl~Req) $

EnchanterLvlReq is found in the table above.

Chance to roll a prefix on craft

$ Chance = (~(Crafter~Lvl) + (Grade \times2) - 4 - (Item~Lvl)~) \times2 $

Cap is 25%

ExampleEdit

An A Grade Demon Axe with level 50 Blacksmith trying to gain a Radiant Prefix:

$ (~(50) + (4\times2) - 4 - (46)~) \times2 = 16%~Chance~To~Roll~A~Prefix $ $ (50) + (4 \times2) - 4 \ge (61) =False~(54 \ngeq 61) $

In this example, The item has a 16% chance to roll any Prefix. The item, however, does not meet the requirement to roll a Radiant Prefix as noted by False above. (54 was not greater than or equal to 61)

SuffixEdit

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All Weapons and Armor in the game have a chance for rolling a Suffix when crafting or buying. A higher Suffix increases an items stats and selling value. Suffixes range from none to +12. Adding a Suffix to a weapon also increases the Rarity of the item. Once you have unlocked the Enchanter you can use them to try and increase Suffix by 1. Doing so also has a chance to critically fail and decrease the Suffix by 1 from the item being enchanted.

All Suffixes are weighted. If a Suffix has a weight of 10 and with the total weight of all Suffixes being 144, there will be a ~6% (10/144) chance to get the specific Suffix on craft. Eventually, weaker suffixes become unavaliable to roll as your crafters level up. Currently, maximum suffix to roll by crafting is +11.

Suffix Modifiers[1]
Suffix Weight Suffix.MinLvl
"+1" 5 1
"+2" 10 11
"+3" 20 21
"+4" 30 31
"+5" 40 41
"+6" 20 46
"+7" 10 51
"+8" 5 56
"+9" 1 60
"+10" 1 66
"+11" 1 70
"+12" 1 72
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CraftingEdit

Chance to roll a Suffix on Craft

$ (Grade\times2)- 4 + (Crafter~Level - Item~Level) \times2 $

Suffix.MinLvl (From the table above)

$ (Grade\times2) - 4 + (Crafter~Level) $

ExampleEdit

An A Grade Demon Axe with level 50 Blacksmith:

$ (4\times2) - 4 + (50-46) \times2 = 16%~Chance~To~Roll~A~Suffix $ $ (4\times2) - 4 + (50) = 54~(Suffix.MinLvl) $

In this example Suffix.MinLvl was 54, looking at the table above, this met the requirements to roll up to +7 (51) but did not meet the requirements for +8 (56) Therefore the highest possible Suffix on Craft for this example item is +7 and there is a 16% chance to roll for Suffix.

HeroesEdit

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There are 4 types of Heroes: Tanks, Damage Dealers, Healers, and Support.

TanksEdit

There are two types of tanks, traditional and non-traditional.

Traditional tanks are designed to absorb damage. They gain increased bonuses from Def and Mdef and have increased health. They include Warriors and Paladins.

Non Traditional Tanks are designed to negate damage rather than take it. They include Rogues and Assassins. This is accomplished through the skill Evade. In late game Clerics, Paladins and Dark Knights can also act as tanks with the ability to self-heal.

  • Evade decreases all damage taken by 78% before mitigations, however, it does not negate any debuffs from the attack.

Damage DealersEdit

There are 3 types of Damages, Physical, Magical, and True Damage. Physical Damage benefits from Str bonuses and results in high Atk damage. The primary physical fighter is the Berserker.

Magical damage benefits from INT bonuses and results in high Matk damage. The primary magical fighter is the Mage.

True damage deals damage that is not dependant on Def and Mdef values. The three True damage fighters are the Assassin, Rogue and Dark Knight.

The Dark Knight is also a hybrid physical-magical damage dealer. They gain an equal bonus to Str and Int, however, magical damage building is more beneficial later on.

HealersEdit

There are 3 Heroes who can heal, Cleric, Paladin and Dark Knight. The Paladin can deal damage and heal themselves in the process. He also has ability to heal the whole party that uses MAtk and MDef as coefficients. The Cleric has 2 healing skills, one for the whole team and one for the Hero in front of them. They also have a Skill that can Revive a fallen Hero. Dark Knight can heal themselves through the lifesteal from skills Unholy Slash and Unholy Slash II, depending how many damage they deal. It is not possible to heal more than the amount of Hp a Hero had at the start of the battle.

SupportEdit

There is only 1 support Hero currently available the Bard. The Bard can buff the Atk of the team, Atk&Matk&acc of a singular hero, along with increasing Crit damage and other various boosts.

Hero CostEdit

Hero cost
Hero Gold Hero Gold Hero Gold
1st 10 7th 16,000 13th[1] $0.99 USD
2nd 500 8th 32,000 14th[2] $0.99 USD
3rd 1,000 9th 64,000 15th[3] $0.99 USD
4th 2,000 10th 128,000 16th ???
5th 4,000 11th[4] 150,000 17th ???
6th 8,000 12th[5] 200,000 18th ???
  1. Requires Optional In App Purchase
  2. Requires Optional In App Purchase
  3. Requires Optional In App Purchase
  4. Requires Merchant: The Frozen Tome DLC
  5. Requires Merchant: The Frozen Tome DLC

Hero ReclassEdit

You can reclass any Hero to another as long as you have met the requirements for that Hero, by clicking the button on the top left of the Hero overlay screen. This costs 2,000 gold X # of Heroes.

PrestigingEdit

Once a Hero reaches level 40 they have the option of Prestiging. This costs 10,000 Gold and will reset their level to 1 but they will gain increased stats per level and also unlock more Enchant Potion slots. After purchasing the Frozen Tome expansion a Hero can Prestige a second time at level 50 for 50,000 Gold and can be raised to level 60 They gain even more stats per level and more Enchant Potion slots.

  • A Prestige 1 Hero can undergo Quests 2 levels earlier than a non-Prestiged Hero.
    • A Prestige 2 Hero can undergo Quests 2 levels earlier than a Prestige 1 Hero and 4 levels earlier than a non-Prestiged Hero.

RevivingEdit

The cost to revive a Hero is equal to 10 Gold X Hero level X 2 (if at P1) or X 3 (if at P2)

UnlocksEdit

CraftersEdit

There are 2 Crafters that can be unlocked.

JewelerEdit

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Unlocked after any of your default Crafters (Blacksmith, Armorsmith, Woodworker, Clothworker, or Alchemist) is leveled to 15, they cost 15,000 coins to unlock. This crafter turns Crystals into Gems and creates jewelry such as earrings, necklaces, medallions, and trinkets.

EnchanterEdit

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The Enchanter is a Crafter who is unlocked after purchasing the Jeweler and leveling any crafter to 25, they cost 60,000 coins to unlock. They turn Gems into Runes and use Crystals, Gems, and Runes to modify the stats of weapons, armor, and trinkets.

Don't unlock till the very end, after getting 10 Heroes to level 50 P1 and stock up on all Crystals and Runes. This is a massive money sink - ~750k coins needed to raise to level 50 (might be a little less with XP events).

Gear Enhancement There is no reachable limit on how many times you can re-enchant gear. The only limit is you providing the materials and coin. For example, you can re-enchant the same item over 30,000 times, provided you can afford the materials and costs. Successfully Enchanting for Suffix or Prefix will also re-roll the items Stats.

Improve Stats Re-rolls current item stats of weapons, armor, and trinkets using Crystals. This can also be used to improve item's Grade. The item can first go to a lower Grade before advancing higher. The first re-roll will cost 1 Tier appropriate Crystal and coins.

Xp The amount of Xp awarded for re-rolling stats is:

$ Xp = Item~Level \times5 $

Gold cost The amount of Gold it costs to re-roll stats is:

$ Gold = (Item~Level \times20) + (Enchant~Attempt \times20) $

Pattern

  • With a B grade item, if the Enchanter's level is the same as enchanted item's level, it will follow this pattern of Grades: B -> C -> C-> B -> B -> B -> A -> A -> S.
    • See below for formula.
  • The Crystal cost pattern follows: 1 -> 2 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4 -> 6. Every additional attempt will cost 6 Crystals.

Prefix Enchant Re-roll or attempt to add a Prefix to weapons, armor, and trinkets using Gems. A success will also re-roll the items stats. The first attempt will cost 1 Tier appropriate Gem and have a varied success rate. After every attempt regardless of the result, the % chance of critical failure increases by 4%. If this option is rolled the item will have its Prefix removed.

Prefixes
Name EnchaterLvlReq
Burning 1
Fiery 11
Flaming 21
Smoldering 31
Blazing 41
Cold 1
Chilled 11
Icy 21
Frozen 31
Glacial 41
Keen 1
Accurate 11
Sharp 21
Fatal 31
Deadly 41
Tenacious 1
Vigorous 11
Robust 21
Resilient 31
Titan's 41
Solid 1
Hard 11
Tough 21
Sturdy 31
Defender's 41
Focused 1
Resolute 11
Centered 21
Mindful 31
Protector's 41
Lucky 21
Fortunate 41
Quick 11
Swift 31
Skilled 11
Expert's 31
Savvy 61
Master's 66
Brisk 61
Radiant 61
Frigid 61
Strong 61
Rigid 61

Xp The amount of Xp awarded for rolling for Prefix is:

$ Xp = Item~Level \times10 $

Formula

$ Prefix~Chance =(2 \times (Enchanter~Level - Item~Level) ) + (Grade \times 2) $

If an Item has a Prefix add an extra 15 if none add 0.

In order to Enchant a certain Prefix The following equation must equal the Prefixes required level from the table above.

$ EnchaterLvlReq=(EnchanterLevel)+5+(Grade\times2) $

Gold cost The amount of Gold for rolling for Prefix is:

Without Prefix

$ Gold = (Item~Level \times40) $

With Prefix

$ Gold = \max\{~(Item~Level \times40) - (Prefix~Min~Level \times10)~\}, \{~(Item~Level \times20)~\} $

Pattern The pattern of Gem cost follows: 1 -> 2 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4 -> 6.

Suffix Enchant Attempt to add or increase an Item's Suffix for weapons, armor using Runes. A success will also re-roll the items stats. The first attempt will cost 1 Tier appropriate Rune and have an 95% success rate. After every attempt regardless of the result, the % chance of critical failure increases by 4%. The more an item is enchanted for Suffix, the chance to lose (and upgrade) Suffix increases. If this option is rolled the item will have its Suffix decreased by 1.

Xp The amount of Xp awarded for rolling for Suffix is:

$ Xp = Item~Level \times10 $

Gold cost The amount of Gold for rolling for Prefix is:

Without Suffix

$ Gold = (Item~Level \times60) $

With Suffix

$ Gold = (Item~Level \times60) + (SuffixminLevel \times20) $

Pattern The pattern of Rune cost follows: 1 -> 2 -> 2 -> 3 -> 4 -> 6 -> 9.

HeroesEdit

There are 2 hidden Heroes that can be unlocked and 1 that is unlocked through DLC.

  • Paladin - Unlocked when you have both a level 30 Warrior and level 15 Cleric in your roster.
  • Dark Knight - Unlocked when you have both a level 30 Mage and level 15 Berserker in your roster.

Inventory, Sell Slots and CustomersEdit

InventoryEdit

You start with 16 Slots and can purchase 80 more for a total of 96 Slots. It costs 537,400 coins to purchase every Inventory Slot. With In App Purchases you can purchase an additional 64 Slots. This brings the total number of Inventory Slots to 160. After purchasing the Frozen Tome expansion you are given an additional 16 Inventory Slots for free. Another 16 Slots are then available for purchase. By buying the Scribe expansion, you get another 16 for free and 16 to buy. This brings the total number of Inventory Slots to 224.

Selling SlotsEdit

You start with 4 Slots and can purchase 8 more for a total of 12 Slots. It costs 12750 coins to purchase every Selling Slot.

CustomersEdit

After unlocking the 2nd Hero, Customers appear. The number of customers available is equal to the number of heroes unlocked + 2 (Max of 12 Customers).

DLCEdit

Merchant: The Frozen TomeEdit

The first DLC expansion costs $2.99 USD and includes the following:

  • A new Hero class: Bard. Icn Bard
  • A new Prestige level. Icn Warrior P2
  • Each Hero unlocks a new Skill at level 51.
  • Crafter, Customer and Hero level cap raised to 60.
  • A new Region (level 51- 60) added.
  • New Weapons, Armor, Trinkets and Potions!
  • A new Rarity level (Relic.)
  • Rare versions of the new monsters.
  • 2x Speed and 2x Xp events added to the game's rotating events.
  • 2 more Hero Slots added.
  • 16 free Inventory slots (16 more can be purchased for 32 total.)

Merchant: The Scribe ExpansionEdit

The second DLC expansion costs ??? USD and includes the following:

  • A new Crafter: Scribe.
  • You can now prestige crafters.
  • You can now prestige items.
  • A whole new batch of bosses to deal with.

More to be announced.

InterfaceEdit

The Home Screen has eight interactable buttons and 1 interactable area. Only 7 buttons are available by default. The Store (2) is unlocked after purchasing the second Hero. If you have previously purchased anything from the Store and have switched devices, there is now a Restore Purchases" option under Settings. (3)

Main MenuEdit

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CraftersEdit

There are 3 options found under this menu.
CraftGuide

Clicking the Crafters' icon (left) shows available recipes. Clicking the arrow (right) shows Items you can craft with available resources.

StockEdit

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All Items your Heroes collect and Crafters craft are displayed here. You start with 16 Slots and can purchase 80 more for a total of 96 Slots. It costs 537,400 coins to purchase every Inventory Slot. With In App Purchases you can purchase an additional 64 Slots for $0.99 USD for 16 at a time. This brings the total number of Inventory Slots to 160. You are given two of each Tier 1 base Material to start the game.

Icon-mdpiThe following is based on The Frozen Tome Expansion and contains spoilers.

After purchasing the Frozen Tome expansion you are given an additional 16 Inventory Slots for free. Another 16 Slots are then available for purchase. It costs 440000 coins to purchase every additional Inventory Slot. This brings the total number of Inventory Slots to 192.

Icon-mdpiEnd of information based on The Frozen Tome Expansion.

Items are sorted, by default, by ID and displayed Potions first followed by Equipment and finally Materials. You can now sort the Inventory by Type, Value, Level, or Rarity. There is no reachable limit to how high a stack of items can go. Pressing and holding a stack will display the number of Materials of each Grade.

ShopEdit

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You start with 4 Slots and can purchase 8 more for a total of 12 Slots. It costs 12,750 coins to purchase every Selling Slot. When an Item has sold the icon will change to an envelope with an exclamation point. To cancel a sale press and hold on the item. At the bottom are four Slots for visiting Customers. There can be more than four at a time but only four will be displayed at a time.

HeroEdit

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  • 2 - Hero options.
    • Change Hero Class
      • It won't affect gear, level, or enchantments. Remember to manually reset your enchants and apply those corresponding to the Class change if needed. It will cost 2000 gold X # of Heroes owned each. You must meet the requirements for the unlocking the Hero you are trying to change too. This will also change the name back to default.
    • Reset Enchants.
      • This will delete all of your enchantments.
    • Change Name
      • Can be either randomly generated or a custom input.
  • 3 - Prestige/Ascend Hero.
    • Upon reaching level 40 you can Prestige your hero, taking it back to level 1 and resetting their enchants. This hero will now get 50% more stats per level and increase their Stat scaling. The XP to level up increases. It cost 10000 gold. It is possible to Ascend while on a Quest. This will not affect the Quest outcome, and your Hero will only come out at level 2 regardless of XP gained.
    • After Prestiging and reaching level 50 a Hero can Prestige again. This costs 50000 gold. This requires the Frozen Tome expansion.
  • 4 - Skills. Available after level 10. This button is disabled while on a Quest.
  • 5 - Potions. Healing, Boost, and Enchantments Potions can be applied by clicking here. This button is disabled while on a Quest.

Best In SlotEdit

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Money Making GuideEdit

Money Making Guide

FAQEdit

Don't know where to put these in yet.

CraftingEdit

  1. Material Grade effects crafted Grade.
    1. $ clamp(round(1 + (crafter~level - item~level) / 4, 2), 1, 4.5) + sum(mat~grade + 0.25) / mat count $
    2. Divide by 2
    3. Round
    4. If you get 5 it is S rank
  2. Enchantments, Prefix, and Suffix do not carry over when using a piece of equipment as a Material.

Early QuestsEdit

  1. A Prestige 1 Hero can undergo Quests 2 levels earlier than a non-Prestiged Hero.
  2. A Prestige 2 Hero can undergo Quests 2 levels earlier than a Prestige 1 Hero and 4 levels earlier than a non-Prestiged Hero.

Max StackEdit

9,007,199,254,740,992

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