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X-Fighting: Best Starting Fighter to Begin With


Here's a game guide to help players decide which starting fighters is best to begin with in the RPG versus game - X-Fighting, available on Android Google Play and iOS App Store (mobile devices). All starting fighters are basic, so as you progress through the game, you might eventually change them, but picking the right fighter early game will help you reach your preferred class build without too much hassle, so pick wisely!

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- Recommended Starting Fighter for Your Class Build -

Urban Champion (Tireless Wanderer)
   - Rocky, a former champion prize fighter, now wanders the land in search of the ultimate duel. His fists pummel opponents with ruthless efficiency and extreme elegance.
   - With an incredible Strength, this fighter can deal a lot of pure damage with each attack.
   - Rocky is a master of fire skills and uses fist weapons.

   - (Fire Master) ISV: 24--08--16     BMV: 11--22--10
   - Good pick for Punishers (STR-STA: High Damage Output and Defense).
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Eaynah (Huntress of the Ice)
   - Raised in the frozen wilderness, Eaynah uses her extreme dexterity to track and destroy her prey as well as escape deadly situations.
   - This Fighter gains substantial bonus in Dexterity, letting her strike faster and evade her enemy's attacks more. Eaynah is a master of water skills and uses heavy weapons.

   - (Water Master) ISV: 13--22--13     BMV: 17--10--14
   - Best pick for Speedsters (DEX: High Attack Speed).
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Lance (Gallant Knight)
   - Lance uses his martial skill guided by virtue to destroy monsters and protect the realm.
   - With a good balance of Strength, Dexterity, and Stamina, he can dish out damage, attack with speed as well as evade and take blows as necessary.
   - This Fighter is a master of thunder skills and uses swords.

   - (Thunder Master) ISV: 16--16--16     BMV: 14--14--12
   - Not really cool because of it's high BMVs, balanced fighters are great if they have lower BMVs...
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Sakura (Street Bruiser)
   - Known for getting into too many fights, Elize roams the streets looking for a new challenge. Her emerald eyes unwavering, those foolish enough to fight her see only her fists.
   - Hew high Stamina ensures that she'll outlast enemies in a fight by taking more hits while she taked them down without tiring. Elize is a master of healing skills and uses fist weapons.

   - (Healing Master) ISV: 10--14--24     BMV: 19--16--08
   - Best pick for Tankers! (STA: High HP and Overall Defense).
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Monk (Walker of Wind)
   - Ending his wind training in solitude to rejoin the world and compete, Bokor strikes with dreadful might, making short work of any enemy that stands in his way.
   - With an extremely high Strength, this fighter takes full advantage of each attack, dealing significant damage. Bokor's a master of wind and uses staff.

   - (Wind Master) ISV: 26--06--16     BMV: 10--21--12
   - Also a good pick for Punishers (STR-STA: High Damage Output and Defense).
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Other Notes:
   - If you want to know more about BMV's go here:
   - X-Fighting: What are BMVs or Converters? - Basic Modifier Value on Fighters
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Related X-Fighting Tips & Guides:
X-Fighting: Complete List of Fighters - Best Characters Overall with Max Stats
X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills
X-Fighting: Fighter Builds - Core Stats, Skill Builds, Recommended Pets and More
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X-Fighting: FAQ, Walkthrough, Tips, Tricks and Strategy Guides List


X-Fighting is a very addictive anime style RPG game presented by yihya. Available on Android - Google Play and iOS - App Store. Refer to the list below for more X-Fighting game guides, that will help you unlock the full potential of your Fighters and experience epic battles with cool combos and clever strategies.
Download: App Store - iOS | Google Play - Android | Windows Phone | PC - Facebook
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X-Fighting Gameplay Trailer -
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X-Fighting General Game Guides -

Complete List of Fighters
- Best Characters Overall
- Stats and Max Stats
Fighter Stats Calculator
- Per Fighter Fusion Upgrades or Lvl
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Fighter Core Builds
- Punishers, Speedsters, and Tanks
- Primary and Secondary Stats
- Suggested Skills and Builds
- Recommended Pets and More
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List of Pets and Pet Skills
- Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills
- Pet Tips and Guide
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X-Fighting General FAQ Game Guides -

What are BMVs or Converters?
- Basic Modifier Value on Fighters
- Determines the Potential of Fighters
- In-depth BMV Explanations.
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Best Starting Fighter to Begin With
- Starting Fighters Review
- Best Fighter for Speed, Tanks,
and Punishers.
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MORE X-FIGHTING GUIDES SOON!

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X-Fighting Quick Walkthrough Guide -
   - Follow your Quest Missions to learn the basics and to receive rewards.
   - Check and claim all available rewards or bonuses, there are 2 Login bonuses, one is below your portrait and the other one can be found by Visiting the Fortune Cat. There are so many EXP/Gold/ENG bonuses in this game, just check and claim them all. Save up your Diamonds for more important items or game features.

   - If you don't have a fighter build yet, go here to find some ideas:
   - Fighter Core Builds

   - Equip Skills that you want every after leveling up, choose wisely, experiment, and make sure it will enhance your preferred build. Note: Only Reset your Skills at higher lvls (30+? or if you get 3+ Pros) to get preferred PRO skill/s (Expertise Effect).

Arena and Backpack Management
   - At Lvl 10, the Arena will become available, participate every day to reach achievements and get more bonuses!

   - But before that, make sure you equip your weapons and armors.
   - Equip weapons and armors with stats that will support your build, preferably with 4 Stats per item. Sell unwanted equipments to get some Gold, and keep non-equipable items.
   - Only open your Weapon Box if you are sure you are ok with your current Fighter. Note that Fighters can only equip specific weapons. Weapon Box can obtained from the Newbie package, open it at certain Lvls.

Enhancing/Reforming Amulets (Enhance/Reforge)
   - Once you reach the Quest Mission that will suggest you to Enhance all your gears to +2 (or to Purify an item), it's ok go on to the "Forge" and enhance all of your equipped items (except your Fighter and Pet), but after that, I recommend that you wait until you reach at least lvl 23, and obtain the recommended items below before Enhancing or Reforging again.

   - Only Enhance or Reforge items with 4 stats to give you higher chance to get what you need. The best items for your Basic Enhancing/Reforming Amulets are the following:

   - Lvl 23 Headgear
   - Lvl 24 Necklace
   - Lvl 25 Shoes
   - Lvl 26 Weapon (Focus More Here, especially if you are not a Tank)
   - Lvl 27 Chest Armor (Focus More Here, instead of the Lvl 22 Chest Armor)
   - Lvl 28 Gloves (Not the Weapon)
   - Lvl 29 Pants
   - Lvl 30 Ring

   - Note: For higher tier of Enhancing/Reforming Amulets (later on), also use higher Lvl items, use the simple chart below as as future reference:

   - Weapon Tiers #1: Lvl 1, Lvl 11, Lvl 21, Lvl 31, and so on.
   - Chest Tiers #1: Lvl 2, Lvl 12, Lvl 22, Lvl 32, and so on.
   - Head Tiers: Lvl 3, Lvl 13, Lvl 23, Lvl 33, and so on.
   - Necklace Tiers: Lvl 4, Lvl 14, Lvl 24, Lvl 34, and so on.
   - Shoes Tiers: Lvl 5, Lvl 15, Lvl 25, Lvl 35, and so on.
   - Weapon Tiers #2: Lvl 6, Lvl 16, Lvl 26, Lvl 36 and so on.
   - Chest Tiers #2: Lvl 7, Lvl 17, Lvl 27, Lvl 37, and so on.
   - Gloves Tiers: Lvl 8, Lvl 18, Lvl 28, Lvl 38, and so on.
   - Pants Tiers: Lvl 9, Lvl 19, Lvl 29, Lvl 39, and so on.
   - Ring Tiers: Lvl 10, Lvl 20, Lvl 30, Lvl 40, and so on.

   - Do not discard any of your extra Fighters, you can transform them in the Laboratory (unlocks at Lvl 31) to get specific Fighters for Fusion!

   - Now go to the Arena to challenge all Fighters there. Use the free Refresh option right after defeating all or most Fighters in the Arena, note that refreshed fighters will be based from your current Lvl, so it's best to do this before leveling up you fighter, and to make things easier once you come back.

   - Go Adventure and advance the red stages to unlock the first Team Instance (F-1) after Stage 2-15. Join in or create a new team, then attack. Repeat this instance to get more EXP, Gold and Items, check and update your gears after some fights.
   - It's true that Sweeping a Stage will give you fast EXP and Gold, but Team Instance will give you better EXP and Gold per Energy. If you have time, do Team Instance, but if you don't have time to spare, SWEEP option is ok.

Lvl 15 Meditation Rock
   - Once you reach Lvl 15, go to the Meditation Rock to Meditate, try to do this 3 times a day.
   - Select the "?" on your screen to learn more about Meditations and Interruptions.

Lvl 18 Pet System
   - Once you reach Lvl 18, buy your first Pet from the Store > Box Section > Pet Egg for 200,000 Gold. Go to the Pet House and start feeding your Pet to learn skills and/or stats that you like. Open up an extra Pet Bowl with your Diamonds to feed more Power to your Pet.
   - The Pet guide section can be found here:
   - List of Pets and Pet Skills

Lvl 20 The Guild and Mercenary System
   - You can Apply anytime to any Guild you want, but you can only create a new Guild at Lvl 20. Joining a guild will let you enjoy other game features and bonuses exclusive only to guild members. Try to join a guild by directly Applying to the Guild section, or through the Chat window.

   - To add players to your Mercenary List, go to the "Friends" section first to add players under Netizens, or to Accept Friend Requests. You can only add players who are 5 levels above or below your Lvl as your mercenary, choose a fighter that can boost you.

   - Now you can advance your adventure further and unlock the 2nd Team Instance (F-2).

Lvl 21 Training Center
   - Do Standard Training to safely gain EXP, even when offline. Do this whenever it's available.
   - Select the "?" on your screen to learn more about the Standard and Special Trainings.

   - More Tips:
   - Go back to the Enhancing and Reforming section above, to learn which items to upgrade. Use your Drill (Basic), to any item you like to put a Gem, fuse Gems to upgrade them to +1 or +2, note that upgraded Gems will also require certain Lvl of equipments, check the Rules under the Gem Fusion section.
   - Set items or Suit, 4 Stats (with orange background color in it's icon). Try to collect them from Team Instances, especially at higher Lvls to get extra stat bonuses when have 2 or more. For more info, check the Suit under your Assistant > FAQ section.

   - Expand your Backpack, only if you really need to.
   - Below your portrait, you can find an "ENG/2", it's an Energy bonus that is activated (when not grayed) at certain times (GMT+8: 12PM to 2PM, and 8PM to 10PM), tap on them for more info. Watch out for modified EXPx2 events too.
   - Participate or place Bets in the World Tournament every Saturday.

Lvl 25 Prisoner System
   - Defeat non-AI fighters in the Arena first, then defeat them again inside your Jail to make them your prisoner. Select the "?" on your screen to learn more about what you can do with your Prisoner.

Lvl 27 Star Altar
   - Just add Stardusts to the Stat bonuses you want to get.
   - Select the "?" on your screen to learn more about the Black Hole and Constellations.
   - Get more Stardusts from Orange equipments (Suit or Set Items), Arena rewards, Daily Quests, and more. Do not decompose your Fighters, Pets, and Gems unless you really don't need them.

   - Slowly reach the next Team Instance (F-3) together with your Mercenary. If you can't reach it yet, stay, upgrade your equipments, and Lvl up at Team Instance (F-2) for now, no need to rush.

Lvl 30 Evil Tower
   - Challenge the Tower and earn rewards!
   - Reach what you can, then claim your accumulated EXP. Increase it further as you go on.

Lvl 31 Laboratory
   - Only +0 Fighters and Pets can be transformed in the Laboratory.
   - Use this to get copies of your Fighter for Fusion at the Forge. Note that Basic Fighters can't be transformed to a better one.

   - From here on, things will start to go a little bit slow, just continue and keep in mind the tips above as you go on.

Lvl 40 Soul Refining System
   - It can greatly improve your Fighters attribute!

Lvl 45 Treasure Digging System
   - Chance to receive Fighters and Gold.
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X-Fighting: Fighter Builds - Core Stats, Skill Builds, Recommended Pets and More


Here's a game guide to help players decide which Fighter builds they would like to play with in the RPG versus game - X-Fighting, available on Android Google Play and iOS App Store (mobile devices). Please note that this is not the only way to play the game, these are just suggestions based from observations and experience.

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- Stats Explanation and Hidden Stats -


Others are self explanatory, so I'll jump to some stats that might be new to some players playing this game.

SPD (Attack Speed) 
   - Higher speeds will generate higher attack frequency or turns. This will also affect certain skills, for example: The Golden Shield's duration is 20 seconds, if you are a Speedster type, Golden Shield will wear off way faster than a slowpoke Tank, why?, because Speedsters takes more attacks, thus, more seconds per turn than the Tank, that's why when Tanks uses Golden Shield vs Speedsters, it feels like the duration is way too long!

HIT (Hit Rate)
   - Reduces the opponent's evasion rate.
   - Hidden Stat: HIT also increases the triggering probability of skills, but it's unnoticeable though (luck based).

BRK (Armor Break)
   - Ignores your opponent's Defense stat when your Armor Break stat is higher. Armor Break is really a nice offensive type stat, especially for Fighters that doesn't have a nice STR BMV.

RES (Resilience)
   - Ignores your opponent's CRT (Critical Rate) stat when your Resilience stat is higher.
   - Hidden Stat: RES will also slightly increase your "Block" or "Parry" ability. Yeah sometimes Fighters will block attacks with their weapons, but also luck based.


Stats I Consider High or Low
   - Low BMVs: are 11 and below, 12 and 13 are acceptable, but above that is already high. At lower to mid levels, above 12 is not enough to fulfill the core builds below. Keep in mind though that "Lower is Better", even at higher levels the output is huge.

   - SPD: 200+ is already high enough, below 140 is still low.
   - HIT/EVA/BRK/DEF/CRT/RES: Aim for 700++, below 400 is still low.
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- Skill Building General Guide -

Skill Building
   - You can actually build a lot of skill sets depending on the situation (PVP, PVM (countering skill sets), Team Instance, and more) or maybe based from your playing style. Mix, match, experiment, and try them all out to find which suits your needs!

   - PRO Release Skills (Expertise Bonus)
   - The only time that you should use the "Reset" skills option is when you have 3 or 4 PRO Release skills. Use it to adjust them the way you like, PRO release skills will affect the damage, duration or trigger probability of all the skills under them, choose wisely because you will consume Diamonds.

   - Example: If you want to increase the trigger chance of the "Shield Wall" skill, get a PRO release skill above the Genjutsu skills, after that, you'll permanently activate the Expertise Effect of all Genjutsu skills.

   - Note that certain Fighters will also increase the trigger chance of skills, depending on which Mastery they support. Example: If you'll choose a Genjutsu Master Fighter, the trigger chance of "Shield Wall" above will further increase.
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- Fighter Core Build: The Punishers! -

Your aim is to get high Damage Output and Defense to fulfill the Punisher build. Punishers are kinda hard to build because they require a well rounded stats to adapt to all battle situations. Great against Tanks, but it might have trouble against Speedsters, but it would be a very cool clash!

Recommended Fighter BMVs:
   - Any Fighter with Low STR and STA BMVs ("lower is better"). If you prefer a certain Mastery, pick the right Fighter under that Mastery with nice BMVs.

Primary Stats:
   - [DEF] and [STR]
   - 2 must have stats per item. Optional: Try to find an equipment with one of these stats placed on the 4th attribute slot (the purple colored stat). This stat location will get higher max value than the rest, especially at higher levels.

Secondary Stats:
   - [BRK], [CRT], [STA] or [Min/Max ATK or ATK%]
   - Recommended stats that will go with your primary stats above.

Supporting Stats:
   - [HIT] and [RES]
   - Stats that can give you a more rounded stats build! Increase them also because at higher levels, an even fight can be turned into your side just because of these stats.
   - Optional: [SPD] Just reach half of the SPD of Speedsters around your LvL.

Pets:
   - Any Pet you like, but try to get the [Defense] skill to help you block attacks.
   - X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills

Notable Skills Used:
   - Water: [Freezing Skill] and [Energy Shield]

   - Fire: [Fire Meteorite] and [Blood Frenzy]

   - Earth: [Golden Shield], and [Thunderclap Quake]

   - Thunder: [Lightning Ball], [Thunderbolt Boxing], and [Arrival of Thunder God]

   - Wind: [Storm Boxing], [Fast Move], and [Violence]

   - Taijutsu: [Heavy Hammer], [Explosive Blow], [Gallop], and [Counterattack]

   - Ninjutsu: [Bomb], [Poisonous Fog], and [Time Bomb]

   - Cursed Seal Jutsu: [Ghoul Block], [Skill Chackles], [Earth-Style Wall], and [Barbarism]

   - Genjutsu: [Assassinate], [Moving Illusion], and [Shield Wall]

   - Healing: [Rejuvenation] and [Blood Sacrifice]

   - Other non-listed Skills above are optional or situational.

Other Punisher Skill Build: Freeze Kill
   - [Freezing Skill] + [Any Attack Skill]
   - Yup, Punisher's fave skill, because it can give you double damage, pair it with any attack skill like [Bomb], [Explosive Blow], or [Assassinate] for great damage or heal!

Other Punisher Skill Build: Fire Master 
   - [Wine] + [Blood Frenzy] + [Fire Shield]
   - Fighters with Fire Mastery + PRO Fire skills to increase the chances and effect.
   - This is a tricky combo but if you can do this right, you can unleash a long series of Fire Shields!

Other Punisher Skill Build: Life Stealer/Dodger
   - [Assassinate] + [Blood Sacrifice (optional)] + [Moving Illusion]
   - Fighters with Genjutsu Mastery + PRO Genjutsu and Healing (optional) skills to increase the chances and effect.
   - Since you already have a high damage output including CRT chance, Assassinate and Blood Sacrifice will be so buffed up, adding Evasion stat is optional because your Moving Illusion skill can already dodge at least 26% of attacks!
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- Fighter Core Build: The Speedsters! -

Your aim is to get high Damage Output and Attack Speed to fulfill the Speedster build. Speedsters will start to shine once they reach 175+ SPD. Great against Punishers, but it might have trouble against well built Tanks, especially DoT types.

Recommended Fighter BMVs:
   - Any Fighter with Low DEX BMV, or STR-DEX BMVs ("lower is better"). If you prefer a certain Mastery, pick the right Fighter under that Mastery with nice BMVs.

Primary Stats:
   - [DEX] and [STR] for Fighters with low STR and DEX BMVs.
   - [DEX] and [BRK] for Fighters with low DEX BMV.
   - 2 must have stats per item. Optional: Try to find an equipment with one of these stats placed on the 4th attribute slot (the purple colored stat). This stat location will get higher max value than the rest, especially at higher levels.

Secondary Stats:
   - [BRK], [CRT], [Min/Max ATK or ATK%], or [EVA]
   - Recommended stats that will go with your primary stats above.
   - Disregard BRK if you chose a Fighter with low DEX BMV only.

Supporting Stats:
   - [HIT], [RES], and [DEF]
   - Stats that can give you a more rounded stats build! Increase them also because at higher levels, an even fight can be turned into your side just because of these stats.

Pets:
   - Gale Fox, Psychic Dog, and Vampire Bat exclusive skills are good.
   - X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills

Notable Skills Used:
   - Water: [Freezing Skill], [Cleanse] and [Energy Shield]

   - Fire: [Fire Meteorite] and [Blood Frenzy]

   - Earth: [Golden Shield], [Thunderclap Quake], and [Thorn Shield]

   - Thunder: [Lightning Ball] and [Thunderbolt Boxing]

   - Wind: [Storm Boxing], [Fast Move], and [Violence]

   - Taijutsu: [Heavy Hammer], [Explosive Blow], and [Gallop]

   - Ninjutsu: [Bomb], [Poisonous Fog], and [Time Bomb]

   - Cursed Seal Jutsu: [Ghoul Block], [Skill Chackles], and [Barbarism]

   - Genjutsu: [Assassinate], [Dark Curse], [Moving Illusion], and [Shield Wall]

   - Healing: [Rejuvenation] and [Blood Sacrifice]

   - Other non-listed Skills above are optional or situational.

Other Speedster Skill Build: Perma Stunner!?
   - [Lightning Ball] [Thunderbolt Boxing] + [Heavy Hammer]
   - Well it depends on your enemy, and if you are lucky enough, your enemy won't even have the chance to hit you...GG. Try to mix them up with [Freezing Skill], [Thunderclap Quake], or [Fast Move], just make sure you have enough SP though.

Other Speedster Skill Build: Life Stealer/Dodger 
   - [Assassinate] + [Blood Sacrifice (optional)] + [Moving Illusion]
   - Fighters with Genjutsu Mastery + PRO Genjutsu and Healing (optional) skills to increase the chances and effect.
   - Since you already have a nice attack speed and damage output, Assassinate and Blood Sacrifice will be so buffed up, adding Evasion stat is optional because your Moving Illusion skill can already dodge at least 26% of attacks!

Other Speedster Skill Build: SP Eater
   - [Bacteria] + [Draw Power] + [Magic Stealing] + [Dark Curse]
   - This one is tricky, but play around the skills above and mix and match other skills like [Skill Shackles], [Freezing Skill], or any skill with stun effect for better results. SP Eater, needs to have a high damage output to win after forcing the enemy to do normal attacks per turn.
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- Fighter Core Build: The Tankers! -

Your aim is to get a very high overall Defense to try to withstand all attacks while dealing damage overtime to your enemy. Tanks are the most commonly used build in the game because they are easy to build and play. Great against Speedsters, but it might have trouble against Punishers, that's why they are made anyway.

Recommended Fighter BMVs:
   - Any Fighter with Low STA BMV, or STR-STA BMVs ("lower is better"). If you prefer a certain Mastery, pick the right Fighter under that Mastery with nice BMVs.

Primary Stats:
   - [STA] and [DEF]
   - 2 must have stats per item. Optional: Try to find an equipment with one of these stats placed on the 4th attribute slot (the purple colored stat). This stat location will get higher max value than the rest, especially at higher levels.

Secondary Stats:
   - [HP + or HP +%], [RES], or [EVA or HIT]
   - Recommended stats that will go with your primary stats above.

Pets:
   - Rice Ball, Slime, and Polar Penguin exclusive skills are good.Try to get the [Defense] skill also to help you block attacks.
   - X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills

Notable Skills Used:
   - Water: [Freezing Skill] and [Energy Shield]

   - Fire: [Fire Meteorite], [Fire Shield], and [Blood Frenzy]

   - Earth: [Golden Shield]

   - Thunder: [Lightning Ball], [Thunderbolt Boxing], and [Arrival of Thunder God]

   - Wind: [Storm Boxing], [Fast Move], and [Violence]

   - Taijutsu: [Heavy Hammer], [Explosive Blow], [Gallop], and [Counterattack]

   - Ninjutsu: [Bomb], [Poisonous Fog], [Time Bomb], and [Wine]

   - Cursed Seal Jutsu: [Ghoul Block], [Skill Chackles], and [Barbarism]

   - Genjutsu: [Assassinate], [Dark Curse], [Moving Illusion], and [Shield Wall]

   - Healing: [Rejuvenation], [Rebirth], and [Blood Sacrifice]

   - Other non-listed Skills above are optional or situational.


Other Tank Skill Build: DoT Tank
   - [Poisonous Fog] + [Arrival of Thunder God]
   - Top 2 damage over time skills that can be easily re-applied and can even pierce through defenses or evasion. These 2 can help you win, just add other defensive skills like [Energy Shield] and/or [Fast Move].

Other Tank Skill Build: Life Stealer/Dodger 
   - [Assassinate] + [Blood Sacrifice (optional)] + [Moving Illusion]
   - Fighters with Genjutsu Mastery + PRO Genjutsu and Healing (optional) skills to increase the chances and effect.
   - You already have a nice survivability, but adding this setup will increase it further!
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Related X-Fighting Tips & Guides:
X-Fighting: Complete List of Fighters - Best Characters Overall with Max Stats
X-Fighting: Stats Calculator Per Fighter Fusion Upgrades or Lvl
X-Fighting: What are BMVs or Converters? - Basic Modifier Value on Fighters
X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills
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X-Fighting: Stats Calculator Per Fighter Fusion Upgrades or Lvl


Here's a simple stat calculator to check the actual stats of Fighters in the RPG versus game - X-Fighting, available on Android Google Play and iOS App Store (mobile devices). Use the 3 stat calculators below to check the STR, DEX and/or STA of your Fighter at certain upgrade (+) Lvl. You can also use them to compare the stats of 2 or 3 Fighters to check if which is better, example: a +3 Senior Fighter's STR? or a +9 Basic Fighter's STR?

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- X-Fighting Simple Actual Stats Calculator for Fighters -

Enter Fighter's ISV:
Enter Growth Rate:
Enter Fighter's Lvl:
The Actual Stat is:
Enter Fighter's ISV:
Enter Growth Rate:
Enter Fighter's Lvl:
The Actual Stat is:
Enter Fighter's ISV:
Enter Growth Rate:
Enter Fighter's Lvl:
The Actual Stat is:
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Legend Guide:
   - ISV: STR--DEX--STA     Growth Rates: STR--DEX--STA
   - Fighter's Lvl = the Upgrade (+) Lvl of your Fighter, Max Fusion upgrade is +30 at the moment.

   - Example:
   - ISV: 23--04--23     Growth Rates: 1.15--0.2--1.15

   - Enter Fighter's ISV: 23
   - Enter Growth Rate: 1.15
   - Enter Fighter's Lvl: 6
   - then hit Calculate to compute for the actual stat.

   - Note: If the stats calculator above isn't working, please use other browsers. Refer below for the ISVs and Growth Rates of Fighters.
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- Master of Water Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Eaynah
   - ISV: 13--22--13     Growth Rates: 0.65--1.1--0.65
Aelion
   - ISV: 22--26--16     Growth Rates: 1.1--1.27--0.8
Laden
   - ISV: 22--16--20     Growth Rates: 1.1--0.8--1.0
Mage
   - ISV: 24--25--26     Growth Rates: 1.2--1.25--1.3
Sai Fon
   - ISV: 28--24--24     Growth Rates: 1.27--1.2--1.2
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- Master of Fire Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Gubgub
   - ISV: 18--16--18     Growth Rates: 0.9--0.8--0.9
Urban Champion
   - ISV: 24--08--16     Growth Rates: 1.2--0.4--0.8
Naruto
   - ISV: 26--26--26     Growth Rates: 1.27--1.27--1.27
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- Master of Earth Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Chow Heung
   - ISV: 06--28--20     Growth Rates: 0.3--1.27--1.0
Hell Devil
   - ISV: 24--20--18     Growth Rates: 1.2--1.0--0.9
Luffy
   - ISV: 12--28--24     Growth Rates: 0.6--1.27--1.2
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- Master of Thunder Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Lance
   - ISV: 16--16--16     Growth Rates: 0.8--0.8--0.8
Cpt. Roberts
   - ISV: 20--20--20     Growth Rates: 1.0--1.0--1.0
Little Red
   - ISV: 22--22--16     Growth Rates: 1.1--1.1--0.8
Vikav
   - ISV: 25--18--30     Growth Rates: 1.25--0.9--1.27
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- Master of Wind Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Monk
   - ISV: 26--06--16     Growth Rates: 1.3--0.3--0.8
Guan Yu
   - ISV: 30--14--28     Growth Rates: 1.5--0.7--1.4
Monkey King
   - ISV: 25--27--24     Growth Rates: 1.25--1.27--1.2
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- Master of Taijutsu Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Arrelle
   - ISV: 18--14--18     Growth Rates: 0.9--0.7--0.9
Jessi
   - ISV: 23--04--23     Growth Rates: 1.15--0.2--1.15
Marquis
   - ISV: 17--23--08     Growth Rates: 0.85--1.15--0.4
Black Rock
   - ISV: 23--23--20     Growth Rates: 1.15--1.15--1.0
Pandaren
   - ISV: 24--22--14     Growth Rates: 1.2--1.1--0.7
Fool Gee
   - ISV: 22--22--16     Growth Rates: 1.1--1.1--0.8
Little Green Hood
   - ISV: 21--21--19     Growth Rates: 1.05--1.05--0.95
Little Larsen
   - ISV: 30--17--26     Growth Rates: 1.5--0.85--1.3
Zellah
   - ISV: 26--26--24     Growth Rates: 1.3--1.3--1.2
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- Master of Ninjutsu Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Roronoa Zoro
   - ISV: 10--20--14     Growth Rates: 0.5--1.0--0.7
Hilda
   - ISV: 18--20--18     Growth Rates: 0.9--1.0--0.9
Skull Warrior
   - ISV: 23--07--18     Growth Rates: 1.15--0.35--0.9
Bonzo
   - ISV: 16--22--24     Growth Rates: 0.8--1.1--1.2
Kybo
   - ISV: 26--12--26     Growth Rates: 1.27--0.6--1.27
Tut
   - ISV: 24--18--23     Growth Rates: 1.2--0.9--1.15
Cao Cao
   - ISV: 25--25--24     Growth Rates: 1.25--1.25--1.25
Kaka
   - ISV: 22--30--18     Growth Rates: 1.1--1.5--0.9
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- Master of Cursed Seal Jutsu Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Bunny Girl
   - ISV: 22--30--22     Growth Rates: 1.1--1.5--1.1
Kid Bongo
   - ISV: 20--22--30     Growth Rates: 1.1--1.1--1.5
Devil King
   - ISV: 25--22--26     Growth Rates: 1.25--1.1--1.27
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- Master of Genjutsu Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Ahnja
   - ISV: 16--16--16     Growth Rates: 0.8--0.8--0.8
Griffin
   - ISV: 18--30--26     Growth Rates: 0.9--1.5--1.3
Lu Bu
   - ISV: 25--25--25     Growth Rates: 1.25--1.25--1.25
Masamune
   - ISV: 24--24--28     Growth Rates: 1.2--1.2--1.27
Muerte
   - ISV: 23--27--29     Growth Rates: 1.15--1.27--1.0
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- Master of Healing Fighters: ISV & Growth Rates -

Ainu
   - ISV: 12--10--26     Growth Rates: 0.6--0.5--1.27
Sakura
   - ISV: 10--14--24     Growth Rates: 0.5--0.7--1.2
Calabash
   - ISV: 18--21--26     Growth Rates: 0.9--1.05--1.27
Magni
   - ISV: 20--22--27     Growth Rates: 1.0--1.0--1.27
RX-79
   - ISV: 24--12--24     Growth Rates: 1.2--0.6--1.2
Betty
   - ISV: 24--22--28     Growth Rates: 1.2--1.1--1.4
Cheese Killer
   - ISV: 24--24--24     Growth Rates: 1.2--1.2--1.2
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Related X-Fighting Tips & Guides:
X-Fighting: Complete List of Fighters - Best Characters Overall with Max Stats
X-Fighting: What are BMVs or Converters? - Basic Modifier Value on Fighters
X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills
X-Fighting: Fighter Builds - Core Stats, Skill Builds, Recommended Pets and More
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Tower of Saviors: Tips and Walkthrough Guide - How to Defeat Seal Bosses With Beast Team


Here's a quick walkthrough and strategy guide for the Action RPG puzzle card game - Tower of Saviors, available on Android Google Play and iOS App Store (mobile devices). Note that this guide will focus more on using Beast teams, because they are easier to build, simple to play, a possible seal breakers, free to play, and more.

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- Setting Up Your Early Game Beast Cards -

I highly suggest you follow the guides listed below first until before unleashing the Second (Sirius Brothers) or Third (Odin) Seal.

Important Links to Follow First:
   - Tower of Saviors: One Good Way to Start a Beast Team for Free Users - Walkthrough Guide
   - The above link will guide you on how to get some beast cards early game to make things easier. Please refer to the "Tips to Remember While Playing" section there for more info on how to manage your friends list, team, inventory, and diamonds farming early game.
   - After getting the starter Beast cards you like, proceed to the next guide below.
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- Tower of Saviors Walkthrough Guide: Reminders -

Things To Do Next
   - From here on, feel free to expand your Inventory if you need to.
   - If you haven't done already, boost your Lvl during Saturdays' Greedy Day (Elite), and Sunday's Golden Day (Elite) to increase your "Team Cost", Stamina and Coins. Still good even after Lvl 50.

Diamond Farming
   - Make sure that you you have 20 Stamina for Instant Battles.
   - Earn your Diamonds and draw cards at certain days (increased draw rate for a specific attribute) according to the card/s you need. Example: If you need an Underworld Cerberus card, draw Diamond Seal cards if the day or week has a "Higher chance to get Fire Cards" event.

Optimize your Friends List or Allies
   - As you go on through the game, add all adventurers using Beast cards as their featured Ally. Here are some sample recommended beast cards that you might want to consider adding. Higher rarity, the better, also great if with nice CD (active skill).
   - Basically, allies with 250%+ Beast attack Leader Skills or with nice set of survivability skills.

   - Remove inactive friends (more than a week or less) if you need to. Mainly to free up space, to get more active friends for more Friend Points, or to add more powerful allies, especially at higher Lvls.
   - It is also ok to add non beast allies (see examples above), as long that their Leader Skills can help your team. Note: When using Daji, only stack "3 Runestones per Set" to get very high combo counts.

Team Management
   - Werewolves are your best farmable beast cards to get here as team members, replace them when you get better beast cards. Also, you should know by now how to Lvl up and evolve your cards.
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- Tower of Saviors Walkthrough Guide: Beast Team Combos -

Like any other race, teams, or cards, Beast team will also use Converters to help you deal massive damages, also known as Bursts. Here are some examples to give you ideas on how to manipulate your beast team.

The Standard Team:
   - [250% Beast Leader] + [Any Beast] + [Any Beast] + [Any Beast] + [Any Beast] + [250% Beast Ally]
   - Commonly used build that will enhance your overall damages by using 2 great offensive Leaders. You can also change your Ally depending on the situation, example: if you need more Healing Recovery to survive certain battles, pick GSoF or GSoE as your beast Ally.

Converters
   - Converters are cards that can switch certain type/s of Runestones into another type/s. Useful to create combos and damage bursts, but make sure they work well with each other.

   - Example Skill Combo: [GSoD] + [Cerberus]
   - GSoD will covert Light to Heart, then Cerberus will convert all Heart to Fire for possible burst.
   - For best results, do this when you have lots of Light runestones.

   - Example Skill Combo: [GSoF] + [Baphomet]
   - GSoF will covert Earth to Heart, then Baphomet will convert all Heart to Dark for possible burst.
   - For best results, do this when you have lots of Earth runestones.

   - Experiment with them to learn how to chain combos (5 combos or more) or do a series of bursts!
   - Don't forget that the outcome of every battle will always depend on your own runestone stacking skills. Do not rely on the "Suggested Path" option, because it can't teach you how to stack 5 runestones, and it will eventually disappear anyway.
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- Tower of Saviors Walkthrough Guide: Breaking the Seals -

Start clearing stages, any team combinations should be able to blitz through easily, a good opportunity to practice your own moves and combos.

Unleash the First Seal - Saruman the Evil Lord
   - Little monsters will appear when the enemy's CD reaches 0; if the little monsters are alive when CD reaches 0 again, you will be attacked.
   - Tips: Quickly eliminate the 2 little monsters first ("tap on them to lock your targets"). If succesfully eliminated, attack Saruman with all you've hot. If Saruman summons them back, repeat these steps.
   - Don't forget to activate your monster's skills, this should be easy.
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While clearing "NEW" stages and floors, Evolve your wolf cards to Werewolves after maxing their Lvls! Increase your Lvl too, to increase your Team Cost and Stamina.

Unleash the Second Seal - Sirius of Solar Eclipse and Sirius of Lunar Eclipse
   - Make sure to pick a nice offensive Beast as your ally.
   - Before the boss stage, try to keep your HP high.
   - The enemies live on each other, as long as one is alive, the other eliminated one revives.
   - There weakness, is there high skill CD. Try to reduce both HP bar to near death, then kill them simultaneously. If one is alive, the dead one will revive to full HP if the CD of the living one reaches 0, so you still have a chance to kill them both.

   - Note: 5 or more runestones of the same color will attack both monsters, use it wisely.
   - A nicely leveled team with two 250% attack as Leader and Ally helper, you can finish this in 1 or 2 turns with some nice combo moves.
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Continue clearing stages, this time top stages per island region will have the same skill concept similar to Saruman the Evil Lord boss above.

Unleash the Third Seal - Odin the Knight of Remains
   - The enemy only takes damage made with Enchanted Runestones!
   - For more info and tips on how to stack normal runestones to get Enchanted Runestones, go here: Tower of Saviors: Move Set Strategies and How to Stack and Get Enchanted Runestones
   - Team Leader: Any 250% Beast Attack Leader
   - Ally: Great Schema of Fire (or any rarity, with nice CD), but if you have this as your Leader, pick an Ally with 250% Beast Attack instead.
   - Team Members: Any beast cards with good Lvls, if you have 3* Werewolves, max their Lvls.

   - Sample team stats right after picking an Ally, and before entering the battle:
   - HP: 7,500 or more, Recovery: 500 or more.

   - Team should be leveled up quite a bit, to get better stats, GSoF will greatly boost your Recovery rate to survive the battle. GSoF should also have a nice CD to use it's active skill when needed, time it well.

Just concentrate on chaining 5 runestones, except Hearts. Start doing this from the first wave, to practice and earn some Enchanted Runestones for the boss. During Boss battles if an enchanted runestone appears, you have 2 Options:
   - 1) Ignore it, just keep on stacking 5 runestones, let that enchanted runestone accidentally dissolve itself. This is to keep on getting enchanted runestones per turn, while dealing random damages.
   - 2) Dissolve that enchanted runestone, but make sure you get high combos for higher damage output.

Observe Odin's CD, make sure you have enough HP before he attacks, heal using Heart runes and skills to survive. Just keep on going, once you got your rhythm, it's gonna be easy.
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- Tower of Saviors Walkthrough Guide: The Pit Stop Section! -

After unleashing the 3rd Seal, take your time to evolve and increase your team's Lvls before storming all new floors in the Glacial Iceberg. Here are some tips you might want to do next while doing the usual things.

Leveling Up All Lvls
   - Review leveling and monster combinations guide after 3rd seal here: Tower of Saviors: Leveling and Combining Guide for Monster Cards and Player Level
   - Your best shot to get easy evolve materials is to farm the Daily Battles in the Lost Relic Special Battles. Go here for more info: Tower of Saviors: Evolution Guide - Where to Get Evolution Materials and Farming Locations
   - Continue farming Transmigration Stages and Instant Battles for more high EXP Soul Stone cards.

   - Farm EXP on some of the easier Zodiac Elite or Master Stages, which are Libra, Capricorn, Cancer, Aries, then Pisces. Just complete and stay where you are comfortable with, you don't need to rush them all.

   - Reach 8,000+ HP and pick GSoE, GSoF or similar cards as your ally to prevent getting one-hit killed by those "For Evolve" zodiac monsters (hopefully you won't encounter the "The Fortune Teller"), 2nd stages should be enough for you, go for Master stages later. Players love it here because you can also farm lots of common cards that can be used for leveling up your main monster cards.

   - Level up the "Fractured Guardians" to Lvl 15 (maxed) then evolve them before feeding them to your main cards, no need to max their Lvls after evolving.

   - Draw and try your luck, hopefully you'll get more beast cards, they are quite common anyway. Draw from Diamond Seal if the attribute of your choice has higher chance this week. If you need more or better beasts, try to farm some of them, drops are somewhat low but still possible to farm.
   - Tower of Saviors: All Farmable Monster Cards and Their Drop Locations
   - Try to replace all of your werewolves as you go on with the recommended Core beasts here: Tower of Saviors: One Good Way to Start a Beast Team for Free Users - Walkthrough Guide, especially GSoF.

   - Leveling Up Skills - Lowering CD (Cool Down)!
   - Tower of Saviors: Quick Leveling Guide for Active Skills and CD

   - Learn New Amelioration Skills!
   - Another kind of leveling up, but this time you will use Souls (dropped or by discarding rare cards). Amelioration is only available for maxed leveled and fully evolved monster cards.
   - Fill the Amelioration bar, to enter a series of battle, new skill will be learned upon completion.
   - Note: Tap and hold on the monster you are up against to see the requirement. Example: If it says dissolve 9 Dark Runestones, you need to dissolve 9 Dark runestones in 1 turn, no need to stack them close to each other, just dissolve.
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Now continue clearing all island regions using the recommended allies above, best if you can use the right attribute for countering the attribute of that island or stage. Once you reach the Fourth Seal stages in the Enochian Tower, use GSoF as your ally, same strategy with Odin.

Unleash the Fourth Seal - Diablo the Lord of Terror
   - Instead of attacking you, the enemy will change it's attribute when it's CD becomes 0 every other time.
   - Team Leader: Any 250% Beast Attack Leader
   - Ally: Great Schema of Fire (or any rarity, with nice CD), but if you have this as your Leader, pick an Ally with 250% Beast Attack instead. If you can find an ally using 6* Idun the Everlasting Priest that has at least 400 recovery stat to do 3,000 Recovery per turn, then this will make things easier.
   - Team Members: Any beast cards with good Lvls, preferably the core beasts.

   - Sample team stats right after picking an Ally, and before entering the battle:
   - HP: 10,000 or more, Recovery: 1000 or more.
They key here is to track the boss' current attribute, then dissolve the runestones that will counter that attribute, best if you add combos from other runestones as well. Other attributes will only deal 1 damage so keep this in mind.

   - Example Strategy: If most of your team is under the Dark attribute, your best shot is to wait until the boss changes to Light attribute, then dissolve Dark runestones + combos to do a massive attack.

Note that this boss will attack every other turn (once in 2 turns), so keep your HP high. Do this until the battle ends. If you don't have any monster with the right attribute to counter attack, either you Heal or dissolve lots of them to get more Heal runestones.
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- The Mid to End Game Section -

If you reached this point, you are now a full fledged summoner! Congratulations!

From here on, just do level grinding, card collecting, updating your friends list and adding higher level Allies as you go on, plus, visit the "Pit Stop" section above if you need more info on strengthening your team.

The next boss battles would simply require your team ("plus your ally") to have maxed Lvl and Skill Lvl (CD) with some variations or specifics ("Team Leader, Members and Ally"). To cut this short, here are some sample pics and tips at higher level bosses, use them as your basis (see HP bar and sample beasts).

Unleash the Fifth Seal - Nidhogg the Lord of Undead
   - This boss is tricky because you need to do massive healing in order to damage it!
   - Quick Note: Get two GSoF beasts as your leader and ally, max Lvl and CD. Add beast cards that can convert runestones to heart, with max Lvl and CDs too.
   - It is also possible to use one GSOF as leader or Ally, as long that you have some converters.
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Unleash the Sixth Seal - Michael Lucifer
   - Honestly, beast team will have a hard time here, but it is still very possible to beat this boss!
   - Get beasts that can convert runestones to heart again, like GSoD and GSOF because this boss likes to convert your Heart runestones to Dark, leaving you with zero healing power.

   - Michael Lucifer will disrupt your runestones by changing them to another attribute, there is no solid strategy here, just do your best in the battle - Good Luck!
   - Optional: In case your team lost, you can use Diamonds to revive your team and continue the battle. There no shame here, even if you use 1 or more Diamonds, you are using a free team anyway, right?, but try to limit it up to 3 Diamonds though.
   - After this battle, you'll get 5 Diamonds and a Harpy card!


At this point of the game some players will also switch to Mono Dark team, since it is one of the best teams out there. Try to enter other boss battles or higher zodiac stages for more challenge.
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Related Wind Runner Tips & Guides:
Tower of Saviors: Reset and Re-Rolling Guide for Starting Cards - Best for Free Users
Tower of Saviors: How to Farm or Get Free Diamonds - Early Game Farming Guide
Tower of Saviors: One Good Way to Start a Beast Team for Free Users - Walkthrough Guide
Tower of Saviors: Leveling and Combining Guide for Monster Cards and Player Level
Tower of Saviors: Evolution Guide - Where to Get Evolution Materials and Farming Locations
Tower of Saviors: Quick Leveling Guide for Active Skills and CD
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X-Fighting: What are BMVs or Converters? - Basic Modifier Value on Fighters


Here's a game guide to understand the role of BMVs or Converters on Fighters in the RPG versus game - X-Fighting, available on Android Google Play and iOS App Store (mobile devices). A BMV (Basic Modifier Value) is a key number in the game that will reveal the true potential of a Fighter. Each fighter will have a specific set of BMVs that will greatly affect the character's overall stats, learn more below.

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- The BMV or Basic Modifier Value (aka Converters) -

Checking the BMVs on Fighters
   - For this guide, we will use Jessi as an example.
   - Jessi's BMVs are: 09--121--08

   - Each 9 STR adds 1% ATK.
   - Each 121 DEX adds 1 SPD and 1 EVA
   - Each 8 STA adds 1% HP and 1 SP
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- Understanding BMVs, How It Works: Example #1 -

Example #1: (lets focus on Jessi's STR BMV)

   - If Jessi's current total STR is 190, divide that number to 9. You'll get 20, then it will be converted to +20% ATK.

   - Now if you compare the results above with a Fighter with 12 STR BMV, the result will be lower.
   - 190 divided by 12 = 15.83, then it will be converted to +15% or +16% ATK.

   - If the total number of STR goes up more, the gap between the 2 Fighters will increase.
   - So, based from the results above, the lower your fighter's BMVs, the better!
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- Understanding BMVs, How It Works: Example #2 -

Example #2: (lets focus on Jessi's DEX BMV)

   - Now that you understand that BMVs should be low to get nice results, but this time, Jessi's DEX BMV is ridiculously high! My point is, BMVs will also help you understand what you should or shouldn't do with your Fighter/s.

   - Jessi's 121 DEX BMV clearly recommends that you shouldn't invest on DEX because it will only yield very low results, right?

   - So, if you want your Jessi to have some EVA for example, do not look for equipment stats that gives DEX+, instead, look for equipments with stats that will give direct points to EVA, like EVA +40. This way, you can add a nice number of EVA stats to your Jessi to make it more rounded (this is optional though, just an example)._______________________________________________________

- Understanding BMVs, How It Works: Example #3 -

Example #3: (lets focus on Jessi's STA BMV)

   - Jessi's STA BMV is also low, so it's good!, but again, BMVs will also help you understand what you should or shouldn't do with your Fighter/s.

   - If you are looking for equipments for your Jessi, and you're wondering if which is better between the two: STA +80? or HP +8%?

   - Since Jessi's STA BMV is low this time, it is a good idea to compare it this way:
   - STA +80 divided by 8 = HP +10%, so STA +80 is better.

   - Note: If both STA +80 and HP +8% are on the same equipment, that's awesome because it will yield better results on Jessi.
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Related X-Fighting Tips & Guides:
X-Fighting: Complete List of Fighters - Best Characters Overall with Max Stats
X-Fighting: Stats Calculator Per Fighter Fusion Upgrades or Lvl
X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills
X-Fighting: Fighter Builds - Core Stats, Skill Builds, Recommended Pets and More
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X-Fighting: Complete List of Pets and Pet Skills - Active, Passive and Exclusive Skills


Here's a list of Pets with their active, passive and exclusive skill sets that can enhance your Fighters in the RPG versus game - X-Fighting, available on Android Google Play and iOS App Store (mobile devices). Cultivate pets to make them have different active, passive skills, various attribute bonuses, and thus improve character attributes.

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- X-Fighting General Pet Skills -

General Pet skills can be randomly learned by all Pets. Note that the skill names below might be different in-game but the stats should be the same.

Attack 
   - 20% chance to strike the target for 50% of your Attack.
   - This active skill, is like a double edged sword, sometimes it's good but most of the time it's really bad, because it can disrupt your "Freezing Skill" and it can also trigger your opponent's defensive skills! Learn only if the disadvantages are ok with you.

Defense
   - 10% chance to block an enemy's attack for you.
   - This active skill can really save you countless times, still depends on luck though.

General Passive Skills:
   - Devotion:  HP +30
   - Improved Devotion:  HP +60
   - Vitality:  HP +5%
   - Improved Vitality:  HP +10%
   - Wisdom:  SP +10
   - Improved Wisdom:  SP +20
   - Rudeness:  Max ATK +10
   - Improved Rudeness:  Max ATK +20
   - Ferocity:  ATK +5%
   - Improved Ferocity:  ATK +10%
   - Gale:  SPD +5
   - Improved Gale:  SPD +10
   - Accuracy:  Hit +50
   - Improved Accuracy:  Hit +100
   - Dexterity:  EVA +25
   - Improved Dexterity:  EVA +50
   - Armor Break:  BRK +50
   - Improved Armor Break:  BRK +100
   - Firmness:  DEF +30
   - Improved Firmness:  DEF +60
   - Fury:  CRT +50
   - Improved Fury:  CRT +100
   - Toughness:  RES +50
   - Improved Toughness:  RES +100
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- X-Fighting Exclusive or Unique Pet Skills -

Exclusive or Unique Pet Skills can only be learned by specific pets, and will be added together with the general skills above. Note that the skill names below might be different in-game but the stats should be the same.

Gale Fox
   - Active Skill: [Stun]
   - Grants a 10% chance to stun the opponent and deal 50% of it's master's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Swift Shadow] EVA + 50

Polar Penguin
   - Active Skill: [Freezing]
   - Grants 10% chance to freeze the opponent and deals 50% of it's master's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Ice Wall] DEF +60

Psychic Dog
   - Active Skill: [Seal]
   - Grants a 10% chance to seal the opponent and deals 50% of it's master's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Collision] BRK +150

Rice Ball
   - Active Skill: [Healing]
   - Grants a 10% chance to recover 10% of it's master's max HP and deals 50% of master's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Hot Blood] HP +60

Slime
   - Active Skill: [Poison]
   - Grants a 10% chance to poison the opponent and deals 50% of it's master's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Solidness] RES +150

Toad King
   - Active Skill: [Weakening]
   - Grants a 10% chance to weaken the opponent and deals 50% of it's master's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Speed Up] SPD +10

Vampire Bat
   - Active Skill: [Bloodsucking]
   - Grants a 10% chance to absorb HP, deals 50% of it's master's damage and restores the master's HP by 50% of it's damage.

   - Passive Skill: [Cruelty] CRT +150
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- X-Fighting Pets: Quick Tips and FAQs -

How to Get More Pets?
   - Starting from the 3rd adventure stage, elite monsters and bosses have a chance to drop pets.
   - Buy pet eggs in the mall and get a random pet.

   - At Character Lvl 31, the Laboratory will become available. Enter and transform your +0 Pets to your preferred ones.

How to Learn Pet Skills?
   - Go to the Pet House and Feed your pet/s.
   - Pet food is the most important factor to power acquisition. The default food is the most common. Players can use the "refresh" function to improve the food quality and obtain more power.

   - Players need to consume power to acquire a new random pet skill. When all skill slots are occupied, the new skill will  randomly replace an existing one.
   - Players can use "Pet Locks" to lock a skill and prevent it from being replaced. Use it only if you have at least 3 skills, and note that it will be consumed after learning a new skill.

How to Unlock More Pet Skill Slots?
   - Every pet has 3 skill slots initially, an extra skill slot will be added every 3 levels or +3 pet upgrades.
   - Important Note!: DO NOT UPGRADE your pet to +1 or more if your pet doesn't have 3 preferred skills! This is because every time your pets levels up, an extra 200 power points will be added or consumed, thus it will take longer for you to learn a new skill.

How to Upgrade Pets?
   - Go to the "The Forge" and use the "Fuse" function.
   - You can only fuse 2 [+0 Identical Pets] to you main Pet, and both will disappear after fusing. Higher levels will have lower success chances.

   - Example: [+1 Main Pet] + [+0 Identical Pet] + [+0 Identical Pet]
   - If successful, your pet will be upgraded to [+2 Main Pet].
   - If unsuccessful, your pet will retain at [+1 Main Pet].

Required Character Lvls to Equip an Upgraded Pet:
   - Lvl 1 = +1 Pet
   - Lvl 4 = +2 Pet
   - Lvl 7 = +3 Pet
   - Lvl 10 = +4 Pet
   - Lvl 13 = +5 Pet
   - Lvl 16 = +6 Pet
   - Lvl 19 = +7 Pet
   - Lvl 22 = +8 Pet
   - Lvl 25 = +9 Pet
   - Lvl 28 = +10 Pet
   - Lvl 31 = +11 Pet
   - Lvl 34 = +12 Pet
   - Lvl 37 = +13 Pet
   - Lvl 40 = +14 Pet
   - Lvl 43 = +15 Pet
   - Lvl 46 = +16 Pet
   - Lvl 49 = +17 Pet
   - Lvl 52 = +18 Pet
   - Lvl 55 = +19 Pet
   - Lvl 58 = +20 Pet
   - Lvl 61 = +21 Pet
   - Lvl 64 = +22 Pet
   - Lvl 67 = +23 Pet
   - Lvl 70 = +24 Pet
   - Lvl 73 = +25 Pet
   - Lvl 76 = +26 Pet
   - Lvl 79 = +27 Pet
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Related X-Fighting Tips & Guides:
X-Fighting: Complete List of Fighters - Best Characters Overall with Max Stats
X-Fighting: Stats Calculator Per Fighter Fusion Upgrades or Lvl
X-Fighting: Fighter Builds - Core Stats, Skill Builds, Recommended Pets and More
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