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Gods Rush: Skills List for All Front, Mid and Back Heroes or Gods

Here's a list of skills for all heroes in the action strategy RPG multiplayer online game - Gods Rush. If you are looking for a Hero with strong single attack, AoE, or maybe a nice disability effect, here's a list where you can find them. Remember, the key is using 5 Heroes to work together.

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   - US: Ultimate Skill (primarily unlocked)
   - GS: Green Tier Skill (unlocked after promoting to green)
   - BS: Blue Tier Skill (unlocked after promoting to blue)
   - PS: Purple Tier Skill (unlocked after promoting to purple)

- All "Front Line Area" Heroes -

   - Penta-Strike: Strikes a single target with a 5-hit combo.
   - Tremor: Slams the ground, damaging all surrounding enemies and Slowing them.
   - Berserk: Temporarily boosts Critical.
   - Mighty Might: Increases Physical Attack. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - Cull: Instantly slay an enemy with HP below a certain amount (< 30% HP).
   - War Cry: Reduces an enemy's Armor.
   - Wildwind: Spin wildly, dealing damage to surrounding enemies.
   - Chaos Armor: Increases Armor. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: BS > US > PS > GS

   - Holy Decree: Summons blades of light to deal damage based on the target's current HP.
   - Parthenosia: Bathes an area in light, healing allies and damaging enemies.
   - Weaver's Veil: Increases Max HP. (Passive)
   - Weaver's Deal: Increases Resist. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > PS > GS

   - Dragon Fangs: Summons dragon fangs to damage and Stun the target.
   - Tri-Stabb: Stabs an enemy three times. Fun!
   - Dragon Stomp: Stomps the ground to damage and Stun surrounding enemies.
   - Dragonblood: Increases Strength. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - Centaur: Summons a Centaur to damage and Stun enemies within range.
   - Stalagmites: Raises spikes beneath the target, damaging and sending them into the air.
   - Olympic Slam: Slams a spear into the target, damaging it and surrounding enemies.
   - Lifting: Increases Strength. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - Death's Veil: Applies a barrier that absorbs damage and converts it to HP.
   - Deadly Gambit: Heals target with least HP if it's an ally or damages it if it's an enemy.
   - Hades' Will: Applies a barrier on a random ally. When destroyed, damages enemies nearby.
   - Eternal Dirge: Increases Resist for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

   - Heaven Cleave: A leaping slash that damages and Stuns all enemies in an area.
   - Round Slash: Projects a beam of energy from the blade, damaging enemies in its path.
   - Death Warrant: Locks onto an enemy and reduces its Armor.
   - Trojan Will: Increases Strength. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

   - Uppercut: Launches a target upward, flinging it to the back.
   - Flame On: Increases Physical Attack.
   - Hammer Time: Hammers the ground, damaging and inflicting Stun on surrounding enemies.
   - Ironskin: Increases Armor. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

   - Discus Throw: Hurls a discus to damage and stun an enemy.
   - Legen-Dary!: Creates an explosion, damaging all enemies in an area.
   - Bloodsuckers: Grants Life Steal to all allies.
   - Indomitable: Once per battle, revives with a certain amount of HP upon death.

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > PS > BS > GS

   - Sun's Son: Applies a barrier to all allies, absorbing some Physical Damage.
   - Welling Light: Restores an ally's HP.
   - Elemental Nix: Applies a barrier to one ally, absorbing some Magic Damage.
   - Toughness: Increaseas Armor for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: GS > US > BS > PS

   - Sugar Crash: Tosses a lollipop at the target, inflicting Stun. May hit multiple targets.
   - Perfume Blast: Tosses explosive perfume at the target, dealing continuous damage.
   - Cheer: Cheers to boost an ally's Attack Speed and Physical Attack.
   - Sugar Rush: Increases Strength. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > PS > BS > GS

- All "Mid Line Area" Heroes -

   - Loving Care: A ring of holy light heals three allies with the least HP.
   - Broken Heart: Deals continuous damage to an enemy.
   - Undying Love: Loving embrace that absorbs all damage that would reduce ally below 1 HP.
   - Soften Stance: Reduces all enemy Armor. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > PS > GS

   - Upheaval: Tosses boulders, dealing damage to all enemies.
   - Death Ray: Fires a beam that damages every enemy in its path.
   - Landslide: Crushes a target with a chunk of earth.
   - Channel: Increases Magic Attack. (Passive)

   - Coming Soon! Suggestions are Welcome ^^

   - Silence Zone: Inflicts Silence on all enemies.
   - Censor: Damages and inflicts Silence on the target.
   - Condemnation: Reduces the HP and Rage of all enemies within the targeted area.
   - Prosecution: Launches an energy orb with each attack, dealing extra Magic Damage.

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

   - Fiery Furball: Spews a fireball that explodes to deal continuous damage to the target.
   - Acid Drool: Spits a ball of water at the target..
   - Dog Breath: Belches a ball of toxic gas at the target.
   - Pack Unity: Increases Magic Attack and Physical Attack. (Passive)

   - Coming Soon! Suggestions are Welcome ^^

   - Life Drain: Echidna siphons the target's HP and increases her own HP.
   - Arcane Bloom: Creates an explosion that damages all enemies within an area.
   - Spirit Armor: Applies a condition on target that increases Defense but reduces Resist.
   - Psionic Guard: Increases Resist for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

   - Dead Rave: Summons spirits to repeatedly damage enemies within an area.
   - Carrion Beam: Unleashes a blast of energy, damaging all enemies in an area.
   - Death Threat: Silences all enemies.
   - Necropotence: Increases Magic Attack. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > PS > BS > GS

   - Trickster: Switches places with an enemy.
   - Caduceus: Bops the target, dealing damage and Stunning them.
   - Snake Swarm: Unleashes snakes to damage and reduce the Armor of enemies within an area.
   - War Message: Increases Physical Attack for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > PS > BS

   - Megapyre: Spews fireballs in all directions, damaging all enemies.
   - Hydro Pump: Water erupts from an area, damaging enemies within it.
   - Poison Gas: Poison gas seeps into an area, damaging enemies within it.
   - Conflagration: A massive fire consumes an area, damaging enemies within it.

   - Coming Soon! Suggestions are Welcome ^^

   - Stony Glare: Casts a glare that Petrifies the target.
   - Scattershot: Fires a volley of arrows, damaging all enemies.
   - Siphon Rage: Unleashes a serpent to steal Rage from enemies.
   - Snake Wine: Increases Max HP. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - Evil Gifts: Slows all enemies within range and eventually turns them to stone.
   - Twin Flames: Attacks and deals damage to the target twice.
   - Thorny Plight: Ensnares a target with thorny vines, dealing continuous damage.
   - Lava Burst: Magma bursts up and deals damage to all enemies in its path.

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - Roiling Tides: Relentlessly batters the target with waves.
   - Icy Waters: Entombs the target in ice.
   - Spring Shock: Summons a geyser, dealing massive damage to the target.
   - Rolling Boil: Regenerates Rage for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - Beam of Light: Smites the target with a beam of light from the sky.
   - Photon Blast: Fires a laser that damages every enemy in its path.
   - Holy Light: Damages and Stuns all enemies within the beam's area.
   - Ritual Moves: Increases Cast Speed. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > PS > GS > BS

   - Maelstrom: Attacks twice, damaging enemies surrounding Typhon.
   - Tornado: Hurls a tornado at the target, dealing continuous damage.
   - Typhon Syphon: Typhon drains the target's Physical Attack to increase his Physical Attack.
   - Demon Skin: Increases Resist. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > PS > GS

   - Judgment: Casts lightning upon an area damaging all enemies within.
   - Electrocute: Lightning streaks from every attack, dealing extra damage.
   - Confine: Zeus sends an enemy into the void. It cannot attack or be attacked.
   - Omniscience: Increases Intelligence. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

- All "Back Line Area" Heroes -

   - Arrow Storm: Launches countless arrows that impale enemies in a wide area.
   - Chilling Shot: Shoots an arrow of frost that damages and Slows a target.
   - No Mercy: Vehemently Silences all enemies within range.
   - Nimble Feet: Increases Agility for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: PS > GS > BS > US

   - Nature's Gift: Releases 4 healing pulses that restore allies' HP.
   - Magic Missile: Fires a magical arrow at the target.
   - Charm: Temporarily charms the enemy into attacking its allies.
   - Olympian Aura: Reduces all Physical Damage received. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

   - Lovelorn Shot: Fires an arrow inflicting despair in the target, dealing continuous damage.
   - Mischief: Increases Resist.
   - Lovestruck: Fires an pink-trailed arrow, damaging the target and reducing Armor.
   - Heartbreaker: Increases Physical Attack. (Passive)

   - Coming Soon! Suggestions are Welcome ^^

   - Woman Scorned: Charging attack that damages and inflicts Knockback to all in the path.
   - Her Clutches: Deals damage and inflicts Bind on the target.
   - Quill Pierce: Hurls peacock feathers at the target, dealing damage with multiple hits.
   - Fine Plumage: Increases Dodge. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > GS > BS > PS

   - First Flame: Throws an exploding fireball, damaging all enemies within the area.
   - Bad Buddy: Restores one ally's Rage.
   - Flash Bang: Damages and inflicts Blind on all enemies within the area.
   - Radiance: Increases Magic Attack for all allies. (Passive)

   - Skills to Prioritize: US > BS > GS > PS

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Gods Rush: Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide For Beginners

Gods Rush offers a lot of zany Heroes or Gods to play with, with their own unique set of skills and animations. Here, you'll need to form a team or groups of heroes to fight for you, but don't limit yourself to only 5 heroes or 1 team, try to strengthen more Heroes to help you complete the Gauntlet!

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   - Once you see this, check it out because it needs your attention.
   - Look for this "Red Dot" every after battle to check your progress, or to claim a reward. Note that new quests won't unlock until you claim the reward first.

   - Follow and complete your Quests while doing Battle Mode ("Campaigns") to give you ideas on what to do next. No need to rush, just reach what you can with your current team, if you can't advance, stop and refer to the "Once You Hit A Wall" section below.
   - Complete to get various rewards. Note that some quests will not appear until you visit the Quest screen.

Daily Tasks
   - A must to do quests to level up your Team Lvl.
   - Complete what you can to get various rewards.

   - Free Energy: Check the given time and claim your Free Energy during that time. Note: Missed rewards can't be reclaimed!
   - Midas Touch: Unlocked at Team Level 12. Do this only once a day to get the Team Lvl EXP. If you're lucky, you can get criticals that will multiply the value of the Gold received.
   - Enchanting Equipment: Do this only once your Hero reached Purple+. Check and prioritize stats that is important for that Hero first, especially weapons. Unlocks at Team Level 20.

Other Freebies

   - Monthly Sign-In Rewards:
   - Sign-in everyday to get awesome rewards, especially the free Hero of the month.

   - Mailbox (in-game):
   - Here you can claim your Login Rewards, Arena ranking rewards, Event giveaways, and other Freebies.

   - Cupid's Spring:
   - Do not waste your Gold here, just use your "free chances" for some extra items, and to complete the "Finder's Keepers" Daily Task. Spend your Gold into more useful options like upgrading skills.

   - Aphrodite's Spring:
   - Just get the free Aphrodite's Spring chances after the cool-down timer (about 2 Days). Your first one has a high chance to draw a nicely evolved Hero, add and level this Hero up for your main team early game.
   - Hopefully, you will be able to get a nice Front line Hero, it's the best choice for early game. If not, don't stop or restart, just continue, 2 Days is kinda long to do restarts, unless you have multiple accounts...
   - If you are a heavy or casual Gem user, get the "x10 Option" to get 1 guaranteed Hero as a bonus.      - For Free 2 Play gamers, earn your extra Gems for this one.

Gods Rush: Battle Mode (Normal/Elite) -

Continue the tutorial until you get all starting 5 Heroes, just reach what you can with your current team. Do this while following your Quests or Daily Tasks.

Stages with 3 Stars
   - Getting 3 Stars will unlock the Auto Fight feature for Normal Battles, and the Sweep option (Sweeper tickets used).
   - Normal Battles: EXP is evenly shared to all Heroes who joined the battle.
   - Sweep Battles: No Hero EXP, but you'll get EXP items that you can use to any Hero you choose.
   - Both Battle types will require Stamina, EXP and drop rates are almost the same.

Once You Hit a Wall (Get Stuck!), Here's Some Tips To Do:

   - 1) Increase Team Level
   - Team Lvl is the most important aspect in the game. It will unlock new features and strengthen your Heroes by lifting up their Hero Lvl and Skill Lvl caps. It also increases your Max Energy for more gameplay time.
   - Get Team EXP from battles and completion rewards.

   - Note: Track your Team Lvl EXP. If your Team Lvl is about to level up, don't claim any EXP from your Daily Tasks until your Energy is low.

   - 2) Increase Hero Levels
   - 2nd most important aspect in the game because it lifts up the Lvl cap of Skills, and will greatly increase skill damages. Stats will also increase depending on the Stats Growth of the Hero.
   - I suggest you level up your Heroes around 2 levels above the monsters of the Stage you want to conquer. You can check the levels of your enemies by using "tap+hold" on their portraits in the stage info screen, before the Hero selection screen.

   - If one of your Heroes is maxed, you might want to switch that Hero to one of your lower leveled Heroes to level him/her up too, especially when doing replays at lower stages. To effectively level up a new front line Hero, you might want to add another tank, or use a healer.

   - Maybe some questions running through your mind:
   - Starting 5 Heroes: Chryseis, Achilles, Leandra, Cerberus, and Tiresias.

   - "Are my starting 5 Heroes worth leveling?
   - "Are they strong late game?"
   - "Should I ignore my starting 5 Heroes and wait for better Heroes to level instead?"

   - Here are some tips to ease your mind:
   - Don't underestimate your starting 5 Heroes, most of them are very useful early to late game, especially Chryseis. She can heal the whole team and convert one enemy to your side making the match 6 vs 4!

   - Don't just focus on 5 Heroes, you need a 2nd or 3rd Team Heroes too to help you out in Gauntlet Mode (only 20+ Heroes can be used), so it's ok to level them all up.

   - Fights with special conditions: There are battles that requires more Physical or Magic Heroes to counter immunities, and even male or female only battles!

   - Get all Heroes that you can, this way you can create teams that suits your gaming-style!

   - 3Upgrade Skills
   - Team Lvl 7: Skill Leveling Unlocked.
   - Ultimate Skills can be activated when the Rage bar is full. It is filled when your Heroes attacks, gets attacked, or if they will do last hit kills for more Rage bonus.
   - Other skills activates automatically during battle.

   - Note: Rage and Hp Regen only triggers between waves or battles.

   - Which Skills to Upgrade?
   - All of course to make your team strong, but which ones first? Focus on your main 5 Heroes, then work on the next ones.

   - Here's some tips:
   - Skills that can buff the stats of the team or heal the whole team.
   - AoE (Area of Effect) Skills that can do massive damages to all enemies are great.
   - Massive single attacks, especially with high crit chance.
   - Disability skills like stun can be upgraded lightly, upgrade more if you want.
   - Front line Heroes can easily activate their Ultimate skills because they get hit a lot. Depends if the Ulti is useful though.
   - or any skill you think is good, the point is, there's nothing wrong if you are upgrading skills.

   - For more info about skills, go here: Skills List for All Front, Mid and Back Heroes or Gods

   - 4) Farm Equipment and Evolve Heroes
   - I'm sure you are wondering if which heroes to evolve more? I'll say all that you can, focus on your main 5 Heroes, then work on the next ones.

   - Green +: means a gear is available for the Hero to equip, or item is ready to fuse.
   - Yellow +: means a gear is available but the Hero's Lvl is too low to equip the item.
   - None +: means there are no available gear for that Hero. Tap to check where to farm the item/s needed, tap on the map or stage name again to automatically take you there, if it's accessible.

   - Promote your heroes to make them stronger (will add stats from gears) and to unlock new tier of skills.
   - Promotion Tiers:
   - White > Green Green+1 > Blue > Blue +1 > Blue +2 > Purple > Purple +1 > Purple +2 > Purple +3

   - If you have extra Stamina and you don't know where to use them, I recommend that you farm "Mercury Boots", or any item or "materials for fusing" that can be used every promotion.

   - Note that some fully fused items can be farmed under Elite stages, they won't show up under "How to Get" because they only show the materials for fusing. Yup, you need to browse them manually.


   - 5) Farm Hero Shards
   - Team Lvl 11: Elite Chapters Unlocked.
   - Farm Shards to get more Heroes by completing a set of Hero Shards.
   - I recommend you farm them all, since they are only available to farm trice a day. This is also a nice way to spend some of your excess Energy.

   - Elite Stages: When farming Shards, the chance is just around 33%, so other players do this: Once they get the Shard, stop farming on that stage, this is because most of the time, once you get the Shard, it will rarely drop another.

   - Heroes to Farm First? Here's some tips:
   - Farm all Heroes that you don't have yet, yes others are somewhat harder to earn, but keep going while you have the time (Note: the limit is only 3 times a day per stage). It's better to have them later even if they turn out weak (might get a buff in the future).

   - Heroes with only 10 Shards requirement are also good. Well, honestly, some of them might not make it into your top team but they are still useful for Gauntlet Mode as backup teams or Ulti absorbers.

   - Ascending Heroes
   - If you already have the Hero, Shards will just be used as Ascending Materials, farm them together with the others if you have extra Energy to use. For now, focus first on getting more Heroes and upgrading your main Heroes' Lvl and Skills.
   - Ascending Heroes will increase their Stats Growth Rates. Best done late game for your core Heroes.

   - Optional: While farming Shards for new heroes, you can also farm some Shards that will give quick ascend to your 1 Star core heroes, and others you might like.

The Best Way to Spend Gems? -

ENERGY! (50 Gems for 120 Energy)
   - Yes, it's the best way to:
   - get more Heroes by farming more Shards.
   - boost Team or Hero Levels.
   - get more Gold for upgrading skills.
   - and to Ascend Heroes by farming the equipments needed.

   - Even if you can't play much everyday, at least buy 120 Stamina per day.
   - Note: F2P gamers can only do these once a day, unless your free VIP is active. Go to the VIP section in-game to check your free VIP remaining time, it is next to "VIP Membership: Days/Hours/Minutes".

Midas Touch: Do this only once a day to get the Team Lvl EXP.

The "10x Aphrodite's Spring" Option
   - Well, this is kinda hard for F2P gamers because the required Gems is somewhat high, it's better to spend Gems to Stamina and farm Soul Stones to get specific Heroes early on then just earn your excess Gems for this as you go on.
   - For VIP gamers, this feature is a good way to spend some extra Gems, especially early game. It is still luck based though but you will probably get at least 1 new Hero.

How To Save Gems
   - I don't recommend using Gems for other in-game features like sweeps, resetting counts in Elite Stages, resetting skill points, or buying items....unless you are willing to spend real cash for Gems.

Gods Rush: The PVP Arena! -

PvP Arena Unlocks at Team Lvl 10
   - A nice place to get Gems, Gold, Credits for the Arena Mall, EXP items, and more.
   - Note: Only use your Credits for getting Hero Shards.

   - Fight teams with lower Power than yours to get a higher chance of winning.
   - The key is to form a team that works together. Mix, match, and experiment to find what suits your playing style.
   - If you can't win anymore, you an still purposely lose fights to complete the "Arena Lovers" Daily Event.

Team Formation
   - Here's an idea: 1 Tank : 3 DPS : 1 Support...or 1 Tank and 4 DPS.

   - Check the Rules section in-game to see the rewards you can get with your current Rank.
   - Also check the reset time, and the time when they will finalize the rankings and send the Arena rewards.
   - Use the time and increase your rankings before they finalize the rankings, this way, you'll get better chance of getting more rewards.

   - You may encounter the "Mysterious Man" when refreshing the arena opponents list in arena. Defeat him to earn large number of credits or even possibly a championship badge. Be warned though because he's tough too!

Arena Rankings
   - Check the "Rank" to see what other players are using, observe and learn some Hero combinations and ideas here.

Gods Rush: More Early Game Unlockables  -

After Chapter 2: Merchant Unlocked!
   - A place where you can sell your loots, just sell the ones that pops up.

Bazaar & Area 51
   - VIP 9 or greater members can spend 680 Gems to unlock the Bazaar.
   - At VIP 11, you can spend 980 Gems to unlock Area 51. The items sold in these shops include high-grade equipment and Hero Shards.
   - While you can pay for your Bazaar items with Gold, Area 51 only accepts Gems (with some exception).

Team Lvl 14: Portal
   - A nice place to farm EXP potions and Gold, start after you get your Heroes to at least Lvl 15.
   - Select available stage, then check the levels of your enemies here first to see if you can beat them.

   - Note: Never sell your EXP Potions or EXP Items!
   - Although it's tempting to sell them for Gold, especially early to mid game, I would still recommend that you keep them for later Lvls, for your core or other Heroes.

Team Lvl 20: Equipment Enchant
   - Like what I've stated above, do this only once your Hero reached Purple+. Check and prioritize stats that is important for that Hero first, especially weapons.
   - Never enchant before evolving your hero or god, or else, you'll just waste a lot of Gold. All Stats from Item Enchant will NOT carry over after the evolution!

Team Lvl 25: Trials
   - A nice place to get useful items and more, start after you get your Heroes to around Lvl 30.
   - Customize team according to what you need: To counter Magical/Physical Immunities or to fulfill the requirement of the stage.
   - Check the tip above the hero selection screen to get an idea.
   - Mind the time limit per wave, sometimes it's best to barrage them with skills whenever you can.

Team Lvl 30: The Gauntlet!
   - The best way to earn lots of Gold, especially if you can reach and complete 15/15 Stage to claim over 500,000 Gold!. Plus. it doesn't require Energy to play.
   - Focus on creating multiple Teams for this Mode, one of the challenging features in the game.
   - Use your Heroes and skills wisely per stage!

   - No After Victory Rewards!?
   - But you can open chests every after battle. Rewards can be Gold, Items, Shards and also a chance to instantly acquire Heroes!
   - Rewards increases depending on your current Team Level.
   - Chests can also give Points that you can Redeem, only spend them on Hero Shards.

***More info here soon after game update. ^^


Congratulations! If you reached this point, then I hope you already know what you are doing. Coins, Stamina and Gems shouldn't be a problem, since you already know where and how to get them.

Good Luck and Happy Playing! ^^

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Gods Rush: FAQ, Walkthrough, Tips, Tricks and Strategy Guides List

Gods Rush is a thrilling action RPG multiplayer online game presented by IGG.COM. Available on Android - Google Play. Collect an army of zany heroes and gods to crush deadly fiends on a quest to save Greece, or to launch epic skills at players worldwide!
Gods Rush: General In-Depth Guides -

Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide
- For Beginners/Newbies
- Things To Do If You Get Stuck
- The Best Way To Spend Gems
- PvP Arena and More Unlockables

All Heroes Skills List
- Ultimate Skill
- Green, Blue and Purple Skills

- Skills To Prioritize per Hero or God

*More in-depth guides for this game coming soon!


Gods Rush: Official FAQs -

How do I get Heroes? 
   - Gods Rush often awards free Heroes. You can also draw Heroes from the Lucky Springs or collect Shards to exchange for Heroes.

How do I get Shards? 
   - Gods Rush often awards free Shards. You can also find them in Elite Stages, draw them from the Lucky Springs, or buy them from the Merchant, the Bazaar, or Area 51.

How do I unlock Hero skills? 
   - All Heroes start off with one skill initially. Their second skill unlocks when the Hero evolves to green.  The third unlocks when the Hero evolves to blue and the fourth when the Hero evolves to purple.

How do I level up Hero skills? 
   - Tap your Hero’s portrait to open the Hero interface, then tap the “Skills” button on the bottom right. Tap the “+” sign next to a skill to level it up.

Can I level up my Heroes any faster?
   - You can level up Heroes by using EXP potions.

How do I evolve my Heroes? 
   - All Heroes have six equipment slots. When all 6 slots are full, you can tap “Evolve” to increase your Hero’s grade. Once an item is equipped, you can’t unequip it.

What is the Hero evolution process?              
   - White → Green → Green +1 → Blue → Blue +1 → Blue +2 → Purple → Purple +1 → Purple +2 → Purple +3 → Purple +4 → Orange
Why won’t my Hero’s EXP take it past Lv 40.
   - At Lv 40, your Hero’s level is capped off by your team level. Once you level up your team, you will be  able to level up your Hero.

What happens if I can’t level up my team?
   - Visit the Daily Tasks to see which ones you’ve completed. Daily Tasks award a lot of Team EXP.

How do I increase my Hero’s stars? 
   - Tap a Hero’s portrait to see how many Shards you need to Ascend your Hero. Once you have enough  Shards, tap Ascend to increase its stars rating.

Which of my Hero’s 4 skills can be launched manually?
   - The first skill can be manually activated. The remaining three skills will automatically trigger at regular  intervals.

Why can’t I level up a skill beyond a certain level?
   - The first skill can only level up to the Hero’s level. For example, a Lv 20 Hercules can level Discus  Throw up to Lv 20. The third skill can be leveled up to 20 levels below the Hero’s level and the fourth only  up to 40 levels below the Hero’s level.

After evolving a Hero, do I need to train it all over again?
   - No, you can continue evolving your Hero by equipping another 6 pieces of equipment for evolution.  When you evolve a Hero to certain milestones, you’ll unlock new skills.

How do I recover Energy?
   - You can buy Energy with Gems, let it recover automatically at a rate of 1 Energy every 6 minutes, or  wait until 12:00 - 2:00 pm and 6:00 - 8:00 pm every day to obtain 60 Energy from the Energy Rush  events.

How do I buy Energy?
   - If you don’t have enough Energy to enter a Stage, Gods Rush will ask if you’d like to buy Energy. You  can then use Gems to buy 120 Energy or tap the plus sign above the Energy bar to buy more Energy.

How many times can I buy Energy each day? 
   - Generally you can only buy Energy once a day. However, VIP members have extra chances to buy  Energy based on their VIP level. Keep in mind, if you buy more Energy than you have room for you’ll lose  that Energy.

Is there a limit to the amount of Energy I can get? 
   - You can only have up to 500 Energy. If your current Energy is maxed out, you can’t buy any more.

Why did my Energy disappear from the daily Energy events if I hadn't claimed it? 
   - You must be playing Gods Rush during the two daily Energy event sessions to claim this Energy. Once  these sessions are over, any unclaimed Energy for that session will vanish.

What do I do when I run out of Gold? 
   - When you run out of Gold, you can use Midas Touch, sell items, or clear Stages to get more Gold.

What do I do if I can’t complete a Stage?
   - See if you can power up your Heroes by leveling them up, giving them equipment, leveling their skills,  or enchanting. Try your best to disrupt your enemy’s attacks with your skills and organize your Team so  that all members complement each other.

How much Energy will I lose if I can’t clear a Stage?
   - Normal Stages require 6 Energy per entry, but failing to complete a Stage will restore 5 Energy. Elite  Stages require 12 Energy per entry, but will restore 10 Energy if you fail.

Do Stages have time limits? 
   - Yes. Each wave has a time limit of 1 minute 30 seconds. The time is displayed on the upper left corner.

Is there a limit to the number of times I can complete Stages?
   - You can attempt a normal Stage repeatedly but you’re only allowed to attempt each Elite Stage up to  3 times. Become a VIP member to get more Elite Stage entries.

How do I activate Auto-Combat?
   - Clear a Stage with a 3-star rating, then re-enter that Stage and tap the Auto-Combat button on the  bottom right corner. Auto-Combat is already unlocked for the Portal and Trials.

How do I get a 3-star rating on a Stage?
   - Clear a stage without losing any of your Heroes to get a 3-star rating.

Why is there an in-game mailbox? 
   - Occasionally, we’ll send game news and rewards to your mailbox. Text messages will remain in your mailbox for 3 days, while messages that have items attached will remain for 30 days. Your mailbox can only hold up to 30 messages, so check your mail regularly to claim your items and clear your mail!

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Heroes Charge: How to Get More Free Coins

Here's some tips that will help gamers how to earn more Coins in the thrilling action RPG multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) game - Heroes Charge. Coins are used mainly for upgrading skills, and normally used to summon Heroes from Soul Stones, craft gears, hire mercenaries, and more.

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- How to Get More Free Coins -

Completion Rewards
   - Do your Quests and Daily Events to get some bonus Coins.

Selling Loots
   - You can do  Campaign, or Time Rift's Dwarf Arsenal then sell Items you've looted from them!
   - Go to the Merchant and sell the items that will automatically show up. Items like these can also be obtained from Daily Rewards or from other freebies given to your Mailbox.
   - If you are lucky, you can also get a pretty rare item called "Ether" from Gold Chests or Crusade. This item can be sold for 500,000 Coins each!

   - Some players are selling their EXP potions and/or Soul Stones, but I don't recommend it, EXP potions are very useful at higher levels where leveling up is so slow.
   - Soul Stones can be sold for 4,000 Coins each, if you don't really really really need them, then it's ok to sell them. Note that Soul Stones can summon Heroes and can be used to evolve Heroes to get more Stars.

Arena Rank
   - Higher rank yields better rewards, check the "Rules" to see your current reward.
   - Note that Arena Rankings doesn't affect Crusade difficulty, especially at higher levels, so go on and reach what you can.

Sweeping Crusades
   - The best way to get free Coins in the game, especially if you can complete all 15/15 Stages!
   - Example: For a Lvl 32 Team, they can gain over 500,000 Coins by doing this.
   - Rewards increases as your Team Lvl goes up, at higher Lvls you can get 1,000,000 Coins or more. Note that F2P gamers can only run Crusade once, unless you are a VIP gamer.
   - For more info on how to complete Crusade early game, go here: How to Complete Crusade Stages 15/15 Sweep

   - Note: Try to earn lots of Coins here before entering above 50+, where Crusades starts to get rough.

Creating a Guild (Optional)
   - If you have a nice Death Knight around Lvl 36~50ish, create a guild to get lots of hires and from your guildmates. See Deploying Mercenaries below for more info.
   - This is also optional: Once you reach higher levels, create a guild then recruit lots of Lvl 32 players to let them all Worship you. See Worship section below for more info.

Deploying Mercenaries (Guild Feature)
   - Deploy Heroes in the Mercenary Camp.
   - If your guildmates hires your Hero/es, you'll get a nice amount of Coins, put them there as long as possible to let them generate more Coins.

   - It is most likely that your guildmates will hire Front line Heroes or Tanks, Support Heroes, and Heroes with nice stats and skills.
   - If the majority of your guildmates' Team Lvl is around Lvl 40, you might want to deploy Heroes with around Lvl 40 too, this way, you'll get a high chance that your Heroes will be hired.

   - Note though that if the Guild kicked you, you won't be able to get your Coins, so use the Recall option to claim them first if you think you won't be active for next few days.
   - Recall Hero to claim Coins, or to complete the Daily Event task.

Worship (Guild Feature)
   - Your guildmates can only worship a player 5 Team Levels higher than them, so try to get your Team Lvl higher than most of your guildmates. This is highly recommended for Guild Leaders, since they are always placed at the first position.
   - For each worship, the player will get 15 free Stamina, and you will get Coins per worship.
   - To claim your Coins, select the "Top Players" option.

Midas Touch
   - Just do this once a day only, for the Team EXP, the Coins are just bonus.
   - Midas Touch has also a feature where you can multiply your Coins by hitting Criticals! If you are lucky enough, this is a nice way get some boosts if you haven't unlocked the Crusader yet.

- Common Tips to Save Up Your Coins -

   - Focus your Coins on upgrading important Skills, it's the best way to spend your Coins.

   - Do not waste your Coins on Bronze Chests because it ain't worth it, just use the Free chances. Yes, it's true that you can get Heroes here, but it's so rare.

   - Never sell your EXP Potions or EXP Items! Although it's tempting to sell them for Gold Coins, especially early to mid game, I would still recommend that you keep them for later Lvls, for your core or other Heroes.

   - Only use the Gear Enchantments after getting your Heroes to Purple+. Enchant right after promotion, not before because you'll lose all Enchantments and lots of hard earned Coins!

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Plants vs. Zombies 2: Big Wave Beach Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide

Here's a quick walkthrough and strategy guide for the "Big Wave Beach" stages in the action and arcade defense game - Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time! Take a trip back to the 60's and hang ten on the ocean waves! Tides are changing and those gnarly zombies make it not-so-safe to back in the water!

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Tips to Remember!
   - Play Dark Ages Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide first before this guide!

Lily Pad
   - Used to be able to place a plant on top of the water tiles.
   - Always place Lily Pads beyond the tide line before or after placing your plants to protect them from waves. All Green colored plants below are place on top of Lily Pads.
   - Use Shovel and sell unused Lily Pads.

Tangle Kelp
   - Can be placed on water tiles without Lily Pads.
   - Entraps and pulls down one approaching zombie, a very useful plant vs. water based zombies.

Bowling Bulb
   - Shoots balls that bounces through all zombies, bigger balls hits harder.

   - Not free, but can be played on certain stages.

   - Snapdragons: After placing 2 Sunflowers, place the first 2 Snapdragons on the 2nd and 4th row first, next on 3rd, then 1st and 5th rows last. If the formation below requires 2 columns of Snapdragons, start by placing 4 of them on the the 2nd and 4th row, and so on.
   - Note: Use Wall-Nuts or Tall-Nuts if needed to defend your Snapdragons.

   - You can instantly repair defensive plants like Wall-Nuts and Talls-Nuts by planting the same plant on top of them.
   - You can use Plant Food on any seed packet to instantly refresh their cool down.
   - You can manually launch one mower by tapping and holding!
   - After you complete the formation below, slowly replace your Sun producing plants with offensive plants.
   - If you are having difficulty, you may use Power Ups or buy PFs if you like.

- World: Big Wave Beach Day 1 to 16 -

Big Wave Beach - Day 1
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Any
   - Shovel: Sell those 3 Lily Pads nearest to the zombie spawn line.
   - Cherry Bomb and Chili Bean: vs. tough zombies or group of zombies, use Lily Pad if needed.
   - See above tips on how to effectively deploy Snapdragons.

Big Wave Beach - Day 2
   - Same as Big Wave Beach - Day 1 above, but put Lily Pads below your Wall-Nuts.

Big Wave Beach - Day 3 (Mini Game)
   - | Repeater | Chomper | Chomper | Peashooter |
   - PF: Chomper: vs. group of zombies in front of them.
   - Use Peashooters as your front liners, to disrupt zombies and give time to your chomping Chompers.

Big Wave Beach - Day 4
   - Same as Big Wave Beach - Day 1 above, but put Lily Pads below your Wall-Nuts.

Big Wave Beach - Day 5 (Mini Game)
   - | Peashooter | Peashooter | Wall |
   - PF: Peashooter or Tangle Kelp vs. tough zombies.
   - Tangle Kelp: place on water tiles to entrap bucket head zombies.

Big Wave Beach - Day 6 (Survive the Battle!)
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Snapdragons vs group of zombies, use it on 2nd or 4th row Snapdragon.
   - Shovel: Sell those 6 Lily Pads nearest to the zombie spawn line.
   - Tangle Kelp and/or Cherry Bomb: vs. Snorkel zombies or tough zombies.
   - After completing the formation, slowly replace Sunflowers with more Snapdragons.

Big Wave Beach - Day 7
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | SnapdragonWall |
   - PF: Snapdragons vs group of zombies.
   - Shovel: Sell those 4 Lily Pads nearest to the zombie spawn line.
   - Tangle Kelp and/or Cherry Bomb: vs. Snorkel zombies or tough zombies.

Big Wave Beach - Day 8 (Mini Game)
   - Bowling Bulbs: Larger Bulbs do more damage.
   - "Thunder" balls are powerful reserve them for tough zombies, or wait for the zombies to come closer then unleash them.
   - Snorkel zombies are only vulnerable once they reach the tide line, so wait for them to come closer before hitting them with your balls.
   - Once the Deep Sea Gargantuar comes in, tap and hold your mower to launch and instantly defeat the Gargantuar.

Big Wave Beach - Day 9 (Survive the Battle!)
   - | None | None | Sunflower | SnapdragonWall |
   - PF: Snapdragons vs Snorkel zombies, or group of zombies hitting your walls, especially during the final wave.
   - Shovel: Sell the Lily Pad nearest to the zombie spawn line.
   - Quickly setup 2 Snapdragons then your Walls to block other Snorkel Zombies.
   - Tangle Kelp and/or Cherry Bomb: vs. Snorkel zombies.
   - After completing the formation, slowly replace Sunflowers with more Snapdragons. Start on the 2nd or 4th row first.

Big Wave Beach - Day 10 (Mini Game)
   - | Bowling Bulb | Peashooter and Bowling Bulb | Peashooter | Lily Pad |
   - Note: Slowly replace Peashooters on the 2nd column with more Bowling Bulbs.
   - PF: Bowling Bulbs, once the zombies reaches the 2nd or 3rd column.
   - Tangle Kelp: vs. Snorkel zombies or Bucket heads.

Big Wave Beach - Day 11 (Survive the Battle!)
   - | Sunflower | Kernel-Pult | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Snapdragons vs. Surfer zombies, time it well.
   - Shovel: Sell the 4 Lily Pads nearest to the zombie spawn line.
   - Lily Pads: Use them to force Snorkel zombies to resurface.
   - After completing the formation, slowly replace Sunflowers with Kernel Pults or Bowling Bulbs to help your Snapdragons defeat those pesky Surfer zombies.
   - Replace fallen plants.

Big Wave Beach - Day 12 (Plan Your Defense!)
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads.
   - Refer below screenshot for the formation.
   - PF: Infi-Nut to protect your plants. Use it again right after the "Low Tide" zombie wave, or if you see the shield fading.
   - I prefer Laser Beans and Snapdragons here because they can penetrate surf boards.
   - You should have an extra Cherry Bomb here, use it vs. group of enemies hitting your shield.

Big Wave Beach - Day 13 (Produce at least 2,000 Sun! Never have more than 16 plants!)
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads first, and always remember to sell all unused ones.
   - Tangle Kelp: vs. Snorkel zombies, do this from the start until you have 3 Twin Sunflowers. Setup your Snapdragons next, then let them take care of the normal zombies. Use Tangle Kelp also to defeat other tough zombies, especially Surfer zombies.

   - PF:  Infi-Nut, to get the first PF, quickly deploy a cherry bomb near the first green Snorkel zombie. Be warned, a Surfer zombie will come next, so prepare your Tangle Kelp.
   - Infi-Nut: Watch out and protect your Infi-Nut from Surfer zombies. You should have 4 slots left after the formation above, use this for your Lily Pads, Tangle Kelp, Chili Bean and Cherry Bomb. Always sell your Lily Pads after use to free up space, and make sure you don't exceed below 0 "Plant Remaining"!
   - Chili Bean: To help you get rid of those tough zombies, do no use this in front of your Infi-Nut if a Surfer zombie is approaching.
   - Once you reach 2,000 Sun, replace all Twin Sunflowers with Snapdragons.

Big Wave Beach - Day 14 (Survive the Battle!)
   - | Sunflower | Chomper | Chomper |
   - PF: Chomper
   - Quickly set 5 Sunflowers first at the start of the game, then place a Chomper to defeat the first zombie.
   - After the formation above, keep spamming Chompers until the 4th column. Quickly replace fallen Chompers placed on the 2nd or 3rd column.

Big Wave Beach - Day 15 (Survive and Protect the Plants!)
   - Refer below screenshot for the formation.
   - Quickly setup your Sunflowers, use Tangle Kelp for the first 2 zombies to get the first PF.
   - PF: Infi-Nuts to protect all plants. Protect your Infi-Nuts from Surfer zombies, use Cherry Bomb or Tangle Kelp. I like using 2 Infi-Nuts here to make sure zombies can't cross, place the 2nd Infi-Nut on the [1st row: 5th column] tile.
   - Recharge your front line Infi-Nut once it's shield disappears, don't worry, your 2nd Infi-Nut will take care of the other zombies.
   - Add 2 more Snapdragons on the [3rd row: 4th and 5th column], and a line of Lightning Reeds on the 2nd column to complete the formation.
   - After the formation above, slowly replace all Sunflowers with more Lightning Reeds.

 Big Wave Beach - Day 16 (Mini Game! - Gargantuar and World Key!)
   - | Bowling Bulb | Chomper | Wall | Lily Pad | Lily Pad |
   - Replace Chompers with Bowling Bulbs after completion, or just place extra Bowling Bulbs on the 2nd column.

   - Note: Place the plants according to what you need. Example: Place Chomper vs. surfer zombies or tough enemies, Bowling Bulb vs. normal zombies, and Wall-Nuts to quickly protect lanes without offensive plants. The game generates random plants so luck might be a factor here, restart if needed, it's ok.
   - Tangle Kelp: Use it mainly to defeat Surfer zombies, or other tough zombies if needed.
   - PF: Bowling Bulb, use it if one of your 1st column plants is under attack. Chomper or Bowling Bulb, to defeat Surfer zombies, or group of tough zombies.
   - 1st Gargantuar: Try to earn 2 PFs and use them on Bowling Bulb vs Gargantuar.
   - Last 2 Gargantuars: If you reached this point and there are 2 Gargantuars left (or with little zombies) on the stage, follow the next step below, if not, then restart the stage.

   - For the last 2 Gargantuars, I suggest you buy 1 or more PFs using your Coins (select the green (+) to buy some). Use it on your Bowling Bulbs and defeat those pesky Gargantuars!
   - Optional: You can also use your free Power-Ups if you like. Too bad they removed the mowers...

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