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Dot Arena: General Team Building Guide


Here's a game guide on how to create or build up the best Arena, CoF or Raid teams that will fit the mobile gaming style of every player in the thrilling RPG mobile game - Dot Arena. Choose 1 of the recommended formats below, then select your target team members or check which heroes you have available.

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- Different Types of Heroes -

Tank Heroes
   - Damage takers or absorbers. Ideally placed in the front lines (some middle heroes can Tank too).
   - Their main objective is to stay alive as long as possible.

DPS Heroes
   - Stands for Damage per Second/Strike.
   - Damage dealers or nukers, ideally placed at middleor back (some front liners can DPS too).

Control Heroes
   - I'll call them debuff specialists, heroes that can immobilize enemies and render them useless.
   - Heroes with Stun, Silence, Sleep, Freeze, Exile or other similar skills.
   - Ideally placed on middle or back positions.

Support Heroes
   - Heroes that can "Buff" your Hero's or Team's Stats, and Heroes that can Heal.
   - Ideally placed on middle or back positions.
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- Team Building Guide: Hero Positioning -

Positions
   - Front, Middle, or Back Heroes, depending on the Hero's natural position.

Team Building Guide: Recommended
   - Here's some most commonly used team formats, even Arena top ranked players use them.

General Format: | 1 Tank | 2 DPS | 1 Control | 1 Support |

   - Example #1: | Front: 1 Tank | Middle: 1 DPS and 1 Control | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
   - Here's the most commonly used hero positioning. You can do your own too, just follow the general format above.

   - Example #2a: | Front: 1 Tank and 1 DPS | Middle: 1 DPS and 1 Control | Back: 1 Support |
   - Example #2b: | Front: 1 Tank and 1 DPS | Middle: 1 Control | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
   - Here you'll see that I used 2 front liners, but it's ok because 1 of them is a DPS type.
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3 DPS Format #1: | 1 Tank | 3 DPS | 1 Support |
3 DPS Format #2: | 1 Tank | 3 DPS | 1 Control |

   - If you want to use 3 DPS heroes, it's ok as long that you have at least 1 Control or 1 Support hero to cover your team.
   - Example #1a: | Front: 1 Tank | Middle: 2 DPS | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
   - Example #1b: | Front: 1 Tank and 1 DPS | Middle: 1 DPS | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |

   - Example #2: | Front: 1 Tank | Middle: 1 DPS and 1 Control | Back: 2 DPS |
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Team Building Guide: Not Recommended

Full DPS Format: | 1 Tank | 4 DPS | or | 5 DPS |
   - Also known as glass cannon build, yeah they can do lots of damage, but the problem is, if your opponent has a nice Control Hero, you're dead. Chances are, you won't even be able to cast most of your Hero Ultis.

Dual Tank Format: | 2 or more Tanks | +Any
   - The problem here is, your Team's DPS output will weaken, and most of the time you'll even lose your 1st or 2 tanks first, before you can take down your enemy's tank. How? One reason is because AOE attacks (or splash damages) are area based, and those 2 tanks will always take damage at the same time.
   - There are some exceptions here though, but I only suggest this for experienced players, for newbies, kindly use the simpler ones for now.
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- Team Building Guide: Hero Selection -

Choose 1 of the recommended formats above (I recommend the general format), then select your target team members below, or check which heroes you have available.
   - Another note, try to avoid selecting 3 or more Front, Middle or Back line heroes for your team, keep it balanced. For Campaigns, just use your CoF Teams.

Labeling Guide:
   - Purple: Tier 1 Heroes = Popular Heroes used mainly in the Arena, and also ok for CoF. The Hot Picks!, but it's not necessary that you group them all, find a team that works together (including Tier 2).

   - Blue: Tier 2 Heroes = Heroes that are also ok in the Arena, common but mainly used on certain situations like Raids, CoF or other notable modes, or if you don't have any Tier 1 yet.

   - Green: Tier 3 Heroes = Rarely used heroes, only useful on very select situations, or if you don't have any better choice.

   - Please note that these ratings will change after hero buff/nerf, or if popularity drastically changes. You are also welcome to suggest the ratings you think is right. ^^
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Tank Candidates

   - Front Line Tank Heroes:
   - Leo: Most recommended tank especially for Arena because of his Purple Skill Rage (resurrect). What makes him best is because he is farmable from Elite stages.

   - Pandor: Yup he is no longer just a notable hero, I'll add this panda here as one of the best tanks for Arena, possibly even better than War Chief at Lvl 80!

   - Vincent: Also one of the recommended heroes to get because he can tank CoF stages (works best with Eva). Redeem using points or hire from your Guild.

   - Sarpa: Very useful for Guild Raids due to his massive armor reduction.

   - [Any Female Tank You Like]:  Keep one female hero/god upgraded for completing higher tier female only Trials.

   - Front Line Heroes That Are Also Good:
   - Barbaro
   - Brutus
   - Buster
   - Gills
   - Junior
   - Lucas
   - Spike
   - The Cap'n

   - Mid Line Heroes Considered as Tank:
   - Akoni
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DPS Candidates

   - Middle Line DPS Heroes:
   - Abyss (notable hero for CoF)
   - Blazer NEW!
   - Booster
   - Dawn NEW!
   - Ember
   - Kane
   - Lilith
   - Lucia
   - Lumina
   - Marven
   - Raff
   - Ragnar

   - Back Line DPS Heroes:
   - Crackles
   - Drako
   - Gyzmo (notable back line destroyer!)
   - Jade
   - Jimmy
   - Magnum
   - Noire
   - Raven

   - Front Line Heroes Considered as DPS:
   - Blake (notable back line destroyer!)
   - Grim
   - Oggie
   - Sirius
   - Statik (notable hero for CoF)
   - Vega (notable DPS hero if you want one)
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Control Candidates

   - Middle Line Control Heroes:
   - Bo&Mo
   - Cleo
   - Gabriel
   - Medusa
   - Naomi
   - Uldor

   - Front Line Heroes Considered as Control:
   - Marina
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Support Candidates

   - Healers (Note: Healers are not recommended for Arena!)
   - Eva (Excellent healer for CoF!)
   - Voo

   - Back Line Buff Support Heroes
   - Hyral (notable for magic attack teams)

   - Middle Line Buff Support Heroes
   - Jugo
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Unclassified Heroes
   - New or upcoming heroes (pending review). Suggestions are welcome ^^
   - N/A
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Dragon Storm: FAQ, Tips, Tricks and Strategy Guides List


Dragon Storm is an action RPG classic style mobile game presented by mobirix, available on Android - Google Play.

To protect the fate of the human world, Weak Warrior Paul have picked up his sword again!
Dragon Storm Gameplay Trailer -
Dragon Storm General In-Depth Guides -

Sorry Gamers, there are no available in-depth guides for this game at the moment.
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Dragon Storm Beginner's FAQ Guide -

How To Farm Fast Gold

   - Tower of Death
   - During early game, the Tower will probably be your first on the spot option for getting a nice amount of Gold, this is ok but there is a better choice.

   - Expeditions
   - Once you get a new Character, you'll be able to send him including one of your wing guardians to an expedition, once complete, you'll get Gold and Item/s. This method will take some time so just treat this as your extra source.
   - Unlock more spots once you get more extra Characters.

   - Auto Gold Farming
   - This can be easily overlooked early game but if you will start with this method, it's going to be a smooth sail. Here's how to do it:

   - Step 1: Pick any stage you want, then play Normal Mode with out getting any hits. Get 3 Stars too by chaining high combos (2x Score and some items can also help).

   - Step 2: Repeat Step 1 for Hard Mode and Hell Mode to unlock the "Hell (Gold x4)" Auto feature.
   - Step 3: Use the AUTO feature and replay the stage as many times as you like to get lots of Gold. Recommended Wing Guardians: Create Type to get more Gold per run.

   - Step 4: Move to a higher stage, higher stage gives better Gold drops but not always. Find stages that has lots of enemies but still easy to complete. Here are some Examples: Stages 4, 12, 21, 41 and so on, just find and complete what you can, then compare the results.

   - At higher stages, feel free to buy some items from the start (Sword Burst, Sacred Shield, and Blue Stone of Destiny: Get "Drops Booster Often") to help you get the objectives.  You'll also probably get some cards along the way that will gradually reduce their prices, and Gold isn't a problem anyway, right?

   - Dimension Portals
   - Appears in your Story Mode map/s. This is also a nice way to get extra Gold, but you need to minimize your expenses (bought items from the start).


   - Now that you have enough Gold, proceed below to upgrade your character.
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- Character Upgrading Guide -

Weapon and Armor
   - Yup, this are the very first upgrades that you should max first, because they will boost your base attack damages and armor defense. Upgrade them any way you want.
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Character Abilities:
   - They might not be very appealing at first, but they are very useful with the right items or wing guardians later on, upgrade them next.

   - BERSERK: Max this first, it's the most common booster you will get and it can make your game much easier, just avoid getting hit by monsters though.

   - 2x ATK and 2x DEF: Alternately upgrade and max this 2 abilities to further increase your damage output and survival rate. 2x ATK works best with Berserk.

   - 2x SCORE: Max this last, or only upgrade if you want to start setting high scores.

   - SLOW: Nice, but it's optional since it will require Jewels. Upgrade later on to help clear Portals and Expeditions.
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Guardian Wings
   - Level up your Guardian Wings to Lvl 10 by clearing stages, then use the Mix option to level up your main ones beyond Lvl 10. Synth is used to add or replace a skill.

   - Create Types (Rare or Common)
   - I highly recommend that you get and equip 2 create types for clearing or farming stages. For best results, grab a Blue Stone of Destiny: "Drops Booster Often".
   - If you want to get High Scores, in the Tower for example, also use them together with Red Stone of Destiny: "Drops Booster Often" to get more chance to gain infinite boosters!

   - Homing Types (Rare or Common)
   - These are very useful for breaking the chest in the Tower of Death. Get and upgrade 2 of these

   - Other Types: Use for Expeditions, or for Mixing.
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Inventory Items
   - Just equip the best items you have. Attack, Armor, Item Drop % are some of the useful stats you might want to get.
   - For Expedition, equip characters that will shorten the time to explore.

   - Do not sell your items, Intensify them to +5 then use them to Enchant your main items.

   - How to Get Items
   - Story Mode Chest Rewards, Expeditions, Tower of Death, Store, Events and more.
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- Story: Campaign Mode -

Just advance the story line if you can. If you fail a stage, go farm more Gold to upgrade your character's attack, armor, abilities, items, wing guardians and more.

Recommended Wing Guardians: Create Types
   - If you can Berserk (plus 2x ATK) during the whole battle, good!

   - At higher stages, feel free to buy some items from the start (Sword Burst, Sacred Shield, and Blue Stone of Destiny: Get "Drops Booster Often") to help you clear the stages with ease.
   - You'll also probably get some cards along the way that will gradually reduce their prices, and Gold isn't a problem anyway, right?

Character Skills (Red Button)
   - Either use it to avoid getting mobbed, or to escape a high damaging hit from a monster.

Characters
   - Default: Paul
   - Tutorial: Warrior Skeleton
   - Missions: Elizabeth and Flashare
   - Jewels Only: Teresa and Bombery
   - More will be added soon.

   - Paul is enough to clear the stages, but I personally prefer Elizabeth. Get her by clearing all stages in Chapter 1.
   - Elizabeth is a free character and can equip up to 4 Sacred Shields. Her skill is also nice and unique because you can freely trigger a Berserk Mode, giving you more chance to chain Berserks, plus a nice bonus "view" lol~ =P.
   - Pick and upgrade any character your prefer, then use the other characters for Expeditions or for clearing Dimension Portals (characters with added element).
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- How To Get More Jewels -

Spend you Jewels for unlocking new characters, adding attributes, expeditions spots, and more.

Daily Login Bonus
   - Login to the game at least once a day to get your reward.

Story Mode: Clear Bonus Chests
   - Randomly given from Clear Bonus Chests every 5 Stages.

Dimensional Portals
   - This is the best way to farm Jewels, replay the stage as many times as you can.
   - Gold rewards here are also great, but farming is much more steady.

Events and Freebies
   - and more
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Plants vs. Zombies 2: Frostbite Caves Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide


Here's the 1st part of the quick walkthrough and strategy guide for the "Frostbite Caves" stages in the strategy defense game - Plants vs. Zombies 2: It's About Time! Grab your parka! Chill out in 16 prehistoric levels with frosty features like ice blocks, freezing winds and hot new plants, sure to melt frigid zombies.

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Tips to Remember!
   - Play Big Wave Beach Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide first before this guide!

Hot Potato
   - Use it on frozen plants to instantly melt them.

Hurrikale
   - Will blow and briefly freeze all zombies on the lane, can be used at the back of zombies.

Pepper-Pult
   - Lobs flaming peppers and keeps nearby plants warm, best placed on the 2nd column.

Chard Guard
   - Knock-backs enemies in-front but will consume 1 leaf. Can be planted over it to regenerate it's leaves (PF can also do this).
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IMPORTANT REMINDERS!
   - Blue Labeled Plants: Frozen given plants by default. Melt and use them as your bonus plants, replace if fallen (optional or no need to add or replace).

   - 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, you may 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.
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- World: Frostbite Caves Day 1 to 16 -

Frostbite Caves - Day 1
   - | Sunflower | Peashooter | Peashooter | Peashooter | None | Wall |
   - PF: Peashooter
   - For this stage, just learn how the ice blocks works. Frozen plants will gradually melt when attacked (cherry bombs will instantly melt them), beware though because zombies can pass through frozen plants. Iced blocks or tiles will redirect zombies towards where the zombie hand is pointing, so make sure to focus your defenses on that lane/s first.

Frostbite Caves - Day 2
   - | Repeater | Sunflower | Snapdragon | None | None | Wall |
   - PF: Snapdragon vs group of tough zombies.
   - Hot Potato: Use it on iced Repeaters to help melt plants in-front of them.

Frostbite Caves - Day 3 (Mini Game)
   - Peashooter and/or Repeater: Place it at the back of those ice blocks, but for the first 2 lanes, place 1 Repeater each. Start from the top lane first.
   - Spikeweed: Place them in front and above those ice blocks, start from the top lane first.
   - Hurrikale: Place it on the top lane to protect your single Repeater, effect will still work if placed at the back of those zombies.
   - PF: Top Repeater since all attacks will come from this lane.

Frostbite Caves - Day 4
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Any
   - Kindly refer to the "Important Reminders" above on how to properly place Snapdragons.

Frostbite Caves - Day 5 (Mini Game)
   - | Cabbage-pult | Pepper-pult | Cabbage-pult | Bonk Choy | None | Bonk Choy |
   - PF: Pepper-Pult
   - Just reserve and replace fallen plants.

Frostbite Caves - Day 6 (Survive the Zombie Attack!)
   - | Sunflower | Pepper-pult | Snapdragon | Sunflower |
   - PF: Pepper-pult or Snapdragon vs group of zombies.
   - Hot Potato: Use it on iced Sunflowers to get fast Sun early on.
   - This time, focus your first Snapdragon on the 3rd lane first.
   - Cherry Bomb: If needed vs group of zombies.

Frostbite Caves - Day 7
   - | Sunflower | Pepper-pult | Snapdragon | Wall | None | None | Split Pea |
   - PF: Any
   - This time, focus your first Snapdragon on the 3rd lane first.
   - Hot Potato: Use it on those iced Split Peas.
   - Cherry Bomb: If needed vs group of zombies.

Frostbite Caves - Day 8 (Mini Game)
   - | Pepper-pult | Bonk Choy | Wall | Any | Any |
   - PF: Any
   - Deploy all available plants you have, or just always free up space.
   - Hurrikale + Potato Mine Combo: Use Hurrikale on heavily raided lanes (attacking your Wall-Nuts) then quickly deploy a Potato Mine/s to hurt them once they come near again (or vice versa).
   - Potato Mines: You can also deploy them on lanes that doesn't have any zombies.
   - Wall-Nuts: Place another Wall-Nuts over them to restore their Health.

Frostbite Caves - Day 9
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Snapdragons vs tough zombies or Dodo Rider Zombies.
   - Quickly deploy 2 Sunflowers, then 3~6 Snapdragons, continue placing both plants.
   - Wall: vs tough zombies coming your way, to protect your Snapdragons early on.
   - Cherry Bomb or Blover (only if flying): vs Dodo Rider Zombies.

Frostbite Caves - Day 10 (Mini Game)
   - | Peashooter | Peashooter | Chard Guard |
   - PF: Threepeater vs heavily grouped zombies, or to regenerate Chard Guard.
   - Chard Guard: Once they consume all of their leaves, plant another one on top of them to let them regenerate. Note that PFs can also do this.
   - Threepeater: Once they show up, replace all 6 Peashooters on the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th row.

Frostbite Caves - Day 11 (Survive the Zombie Attack!)
   - | Mushroom | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Chard Guard |
   - PF:Snapdragons: vs heavily grouped zombies.
   - For the 2nd lane, place a Chili Bean in-front of those frozen zombies before you place your Snapdragons here.
   - Chard Guard: Regenerate them once they run out of leaves.
   - Cherry Bomb and Chili Bean: vs heavily grouped zombies. Use Chili Bean on lanes that doesn't have Chard Guard.
   - Hot Potato: Use to unfreeze your plants.

Frostbite Caves - Day 12 (Plan Your Defense!)
   - Refer below screenshot for formation:
   - PF: Wall-Nuts, then Snapdragons vs heavily grouped bucket zombies during final wave.
   - Hot Potato: To help unfreeze your plants. Always watch this out, especially your Wall-Nuts.
   - Cherry Bomb: You have 1 free shot, use it during the final wave.

Frostbite Caves - Day 13 (Protect the Flowers!)
   - | Sunflower | Pepper-pult | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Save all 4 PFs, then use it on Pepper-pult and/or Snapdragon vs Sloth Gargantuar.
   - Wall-Nut: Deploy to protect your Snapdragons early on.
   - Cherry Bomb or Chili Bean: vs heavily grouped zombies and Sloth Gargantuar.
   - Hot Potato: To unfreeze your plants.

Frostbite Caves - Day 14 (Survive the Zombie Attack!)
   - | Sunflower | Pepper-pult | Bloomerang | Chard Guard |
   - PF: Any to protect your plants from hitting zombies.
   - First, use Hot Potato to unfreeze the Split Pea, then sell it to get extra Sun. Deploy 2 Pepper-pults on the 2nd column near those Sunflowers to unfreeze them all, then sell all 4 Sunflowers placed on the 2nd and 3rd column.
   - Defend the center lane with a Bloomerang and 1 Chard Guard while doing the above method.
   - Hurrikale: vs zombies hitting your Bloomerang.
   - Hot Potato: To unfreeze your plants.

Frostbite Caves - Day 15 (Protect the Plants!)
   - Refer below screenshot for formation:
   - PF: Wall-Nuts, reuse or regenerate if necessary.
   - The above formation is enough, add any plants you like next.
   - Hot Potato: To unfreeze your plants.
   - Cherry Bomb or Chili Bean: Use if necessary.

Frostbite Caves - Day 16 (Mini Game! - Gargantuar and World Key!)
   - Refer below screenshot for "sample" formation:
   - PF: Repeater vs Sloth Gargantuars (needs 2 PFs each), or heavily grouped zombies attacking your 1st column Repeater (if they can).
   - Put all Repeaters on the 1st column, then place Pepper-pults or Repeaters at the left side of the Ice Blocks, they are safe there. Take note of the 3 Pepper-pults on the 2nd column too, make sure you have them to keep your nearby plants warm.
  - Spike Weeds: Place them in-front of your Chard Guards (bottom 2 rows only), then below or at the right side of the Ice Blocks.
   - Hot Potato: To unfreeze your plants.
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Plants vs. Zombies 2: Frostbite Caves Part 2 - World
   - Go here: Frostbite Caves Part 2 Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide (Coming Soon!)
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Godfire Rise of Prometheus: FAQ, Tips, Tricks and Strategy Guides List


Godfire Rise of Prometheus is an action RPG adventure mobile game presented by Vivid Games S.A.. Available on Android - Google Play and iOS App Store. Play as the titan Prometheus as he embarks on an epic quest in a world of myth and technology. Survive, fight through colossal bosses, and unravel dozens of quests, puzzles, and secrets.
Godfire: Rise of Prometheus Gameplay Trailer -
Godfire: Rise of Prometheus General In-Depth Guides -

Sorry Gamers, there are no available in-depth guides for this game at the moment.
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Godfire: Rise of Prometheus Beginner's FAQs -

Stats Building Guide
   - Max Defense first to increase your survivability, then Attack to increase the damage you do.
   - Next, max Health to increase the amount of damage you can take, then Wrath to let you perform more heavy combos.

   - Farm or obtain Godfire Sparks to upgrade the stats above.
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How To Get More Godfire Sparks
   - Ranks: Just successfully complete any stage or mode to get Rank points. Upon reaching certain Rank Levels, you'll be given some free Sparks. Check the RANK section in-game for more info.

   - Achievements: Go to the ACHIEVEMENTS section in-game for more info. Just play through the game early on then complete any achievement you haven't completed later.

   - Complete Quests: Go to the Story Mode then tap on the "Q" icon to view that stage's current quest. Quests are cumulative so you can replay the stage until the requirements are met.
   - There are 6 sets of Quest per stage, and 1 set will give you around 2 Sparks. Complete as many as you can, but if you can't complete a quest, try again later after upgrading your stats and items.

   - Survival Mode: Can be randomly obtained from those 3 chests after playing survival mode.

   - Store: This is optional.

Best Way To Spend Godfire Sparks
   - Use it on your Stats first, then earn them to upgrade your preferred final weapon/s, armor/s, or perks. More items will come together with the new patch updates, so it's better to earn them until late game.
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- The Armory -

Weapons
   - Upgrade your weapon to increase it's damage.
   - Choose what you think is useful for your next stage battle or mode.
   - Can be obtained from story line chests, survival boxes, and achievement rewards.

Armors
   - Upgrade your armor to increase it's defense.
   - Choose what you think is useful for your next stage battle or mode.
   - Can be obtained from story line chests, survival boxes, and achievement rewards.
   - While upgrading, more armor like helmet will be added to your titan's armor.

Perks
   - Equip earned Perks to gain additional advantages.
   - Check a Perk's description in the Armory to see each one's bonuses.
   - You can carry up to 2 Perks, choose what you think is useful for your next stage battle or mode.
   - Can be obtained from story line chests, survival boxes, and achievement rewards.
   - Notable Perks: Wings of Icarus (see survival mode section below for more info). Face Of The Sun restores HP with each hit (very useful for survival mode).

Store Exclusive Items
   - There are some powerful items that can be bought from the Store, but still optional.

Item Usage
   - You can use multiple items depending on the stage or mode you are playing on.
   - Ex: Chiron's Blast (weapon) gains a lot of attack but cannot gain health or wrath from enemies, this weapon is perfect for survival mode since health and wrath orbs are rare or none at all.
   - You may use other weapons for story mode, time attack mode, to complete certain quests, or to increase your Rank points per run.
   - Note: You can switch items while in battle.

Item Upgrading
   - Upgrade better weapons and armors as you progress through the game to make your game easier, but only use Coins. For Perks, just upgrade the ones you really need.
   - Use your Godfire Sparks only for your final items, and after maxing your stats.
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- Coins: Do's and Don'ts -

How To Get More Coins
   - Story Mode: Open chests and destroy vases to get Coins. Use the "Ariadne's Thread" Perk to help you explore all areas per stage. Get "Discovered: 100%" to get all Coins.
   - Survival Mode: If you want to farm Coins, just replay this mode. Coins can be randomly obtained by breaking vases, and can be looted from chests (note: chests with "white" aura or color will give you Coins. "Red" chests = HP, and "Yellow" chests = Wrath.)

   - Other Freebies: Go to the Store and login using your facebook account and like their page to get some free Coins. Select the "Free" option to get more free Coins (optional because it will require app installation).

   - Store: This is optional.

Best Way To Spend Coins
   - Use it to upgrade your weapons, armors, and perks. It's ok to upgrade any weapon or armor you currently have with Coins, since it's farmable anyway. For Perks, just upgrade the items you need most.
   - Use it also to unlock the 2nd Perk slot.

   - Do not use your Coins for Auto Leveling (Instant Offer after stage/mode completion).
   - Do not select "Continue" if you failed a stage because it will consume Coins, select the "Give up" option instead to replay the current scene, or hit the "Home" icon to try other easier stages for now.
   - Do not use any "One Round Power-Ups" unless your have spare Coins to use.
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Story Mode
   - Play to advance the story line, get new items, complete quests, gain rank points, and more.
   - Discover 100% by using Ariadne's Thread.

Time Attack Mode
   - Play to complete certain achievements, and claim more Godfire Sparks.

Survival Mode
   - Replay this mode to farm Coins, Godfire Sparks, and items.

   - One notable item here to farm is the Wings of Icarus (perk). Once you obtain the item pieces by replaying Survival mode, keep on farming it's pieces to increase the stats of your Wings of Icarus by +1%!
   - At Rank Lvl 50, this item can be maxed up to +60%!
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- Battle Mode and Tips -

Quick or Light Attacks
   - Doesn't consume Wrath.
   - Not effective against shielded enemies, throw their guard first.

Heavy Attacks
   - Heavy Attacks consumes Wrath, but using heavy attacks from light combos are ok.
   - Disrupts shielded enemies.

Combos
   - Combine quick and heavy attacks to perform combos.
   - Light > Heavy
   - Light > Light > Heavy
   - Light > Light > Light > Heavy
   - These combos are available from the start, increase your Rank Lvl to unlock more.
   - Ex: at Rank Lvl 40: Light > Light > Light > Light > Light > Light > Heavy

   - Heavy Combo: Heavy > Heavy > Heavy

Block and Deflects
   - Hold the block icon to stop incoming attacks.
   - Warning!, enemy combos can break your block and leave you vulnerable!
   - Press the block icon right before a light attack connects to break an enemy's combo, or to deflect their attack.

   - You can use Block to reset your target to the nearest enemy. Useful when your titan is targeting an enemy behind enemy groups, instead of the one in-front or nearest to you.

Dodging Attacks
   - Use the dodge stick to avoid incoming attacks.
   - Note that enemies will start to attack if your titan is inside their area, use dodge to get out from tight situations, avoid getting ganged!
   - Fight 1 on 1 then dodge out if a nearby enemy starts to attack you.
   - Use dodge to move around, this is useful to target enemy healers or buffers.

Finishers
   - When an enemy is weakened, you can kill it using a finisher.
   - Tap the red icon near your attack icons before they disappear for a longer finisher. Successful finishers will reward you Health or Wrath Boost!
   - It's easier to perform a finisher while doing combos, and once you see the HP bar of your enemies near empty, start tapping the red icon even if it's not there.

Wrath Attacks
   - The Titan's Wrath button will glow when it's ready to use.
   - Tap it to unleash a powerful wrath attack.

   - You will not be able to use another titan's wrath for the duration of the cooldown, but some items can shorten it's cooldown.
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Battle Run: Pet Skills List


Use your pets wisely, depending on their skill, activate your pet while chasing other racers to knock them out, or use your pet's skill to trap racers behind you.

Pet's can also protect you from harmful obstacles or weapons like Homing Missile (reserve pet for this if you are leading the race). Use your pet's speed too if someone is chasing you with a melee weapon like the Chainsaw.

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- Pet Skills List -

Note: The overall strength of your pet depends on the random stats they will get after they hatch.
   - You are also welcome to give a review for your favorite pet here. ^^

Alpaca
   - Hits opponents blocking your way, throwing them into the background (similar to Chainsaw).
Babyloo
   - Hits opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw).
Bulk
   - Slams his fists into the ground that hits all enemies nearby (almost all racers in your screen).
Caterpooper
   - Drops a long poop behind slowing enemies on it (similar to Goo but longer).
Dragon
   - Spews out a Fire in front of it, hitting nearby enemies.
Glitch
   - Gives multiple Speed Bursts (boosts then stops, so it looks like it's an in-game glitch, similar to Boost). Doesn't hit opponents though but it's speed is lethal when using weapons like Chainsaw.
Ladybug
   - Drops several bolts behind, slowing enemies upon contact (Similar to Goo but will also shock enemies).
Mr. Touchdown
   - Hits opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw), then throws his football into the ground that hits nearby enemies.
Mummy
   - Binds and slows down enemies blocking your way (similar to Eggs, plus players can't use weapons).
Pyrosaur
   - Spews a fire in-front, all enemies caught in the fire will be burned and slowed (Similar to Eggs but longer).
Robo Car
   - During Car Form, it hits opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw). During Robot Form, it fires a barrage of long range missiles in front (Similar to Homing Rocket).
Robo Spacecraft
   - Fires a long straight laser beam in-front, hitting enemies until the duration ends.
Santa
   - Whacks opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw).
Speeder
   - Fires a barrage of short range bullets in front.
Spider
   - Drops spiderlings behind, trapping and slowing enemies upon contact (Similar to Goo but enemies can't jump).
Tank
   - Hits opponent in front, upon contact, the explosion will also hit nearby enemies (similar to Throwing Axe but hits straight and longer, with added AoE attack).
T-Rex
   - Hits opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw).
Unicorn
   - Great Speed Boost (similar to Boost only better) plus it hits opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw).
Wheelchair
   - Boosts and flattens all enemies blocking your way.
Zombie
   - Whacks opponents blocking your way (similar to Chainsaw).
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