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Gods Rush: General Heroes and Gods Team Building Guide


Here's a game guide that will help players find their best Arena, Gauntlet or Raid teams in the thrilling action RPG mobile game - Gods Rush. Choose 1 of the recommended formats below (I recommend the general format), then select your target team members or check which heroes or gods you have available.

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- Different Types of Heroes/Gods -

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

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

Control
   - 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 mid or back positions.

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

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

Team Building Guide: Recommended
   - Here's some recommended team formats that you might want to follow:

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

   - Example #1: | Front: 1 Tank | Mid: 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 the general format above.

   - Example #2: | Front: 1 Tank and 1 DPS | Mid: 1 DPS and 1 Control | Back: 1 Support |
   - Here you'll see that I used 2 front liners, but it's ok because 1 of them is a DPS type. I only suggest this format for experienced players though, for newbies, kindly use the simpler ones for now.
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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 #1: | Front: 1 Tank | Mid: 2 DPS | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
   - Example #2: | Front: 1 Tank | Mid: 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, even worse if both are front liners.
   - There are some rare exceptions here though, but I would only suggest this format for experienced players, for newbies, kindly use the simpler ones instead.
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- Team Building Guide: Heroes and Gods Selection Area -

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


Tank Candidates

   - Front Line Tank Heroes/Gods:
   - Hercules: Most recommended tank especially for Arena because of his purple resurrect skill. What makes him best is because he is farmable from Elite stages.

   - Hades: Also one of the recommended heroes/god to get because he can tank Gauntlet stages (works best with Chryseis). Redeem using points or hire from your Guild.

   - Hector: Very useful for Guild Raids (Party Stages) 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/Gods That Are Also Good:
   - Ares
   - Cadmus
   - Chiron
   - Hephaestus
   - Ion

   - Mid Line Heroes/Gods Considered as Tank:
   - None at the moment
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DPS Candidates

   - Mid Line DPS Heroes/Gods:
   - Argus
   - Cerberus
   - Echidna
   - Hecate (also a notable hero for Gauntlet)
   - Ladon
   - Tiresias

   - Back Line DPS Heroes/Gods:
   - Atalanta (highly recommended for later updates)
   - Cupid
   - Hera
   - Hermes

   - Front Line Heroes/Gods Considered as DPS:
   - Achilles
   - Athena
   - Leandra
   - Typhon
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Control Candidates

   - Mid Line Control Heroes/Gods:
   - Astraea
   - Medusa (highly recommended for later updates)
   - Pandora (highly recommended for later updates)
   - Poseidon
   - Zeus

   - Front Line Heroes/Gods Considered as Control:
   - None at the moment
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Support Candidates

   - Healers (Note: Once the other heroes/gods comes out, Healers are no longer recommended for Arena!)
   - Chryseis: Excellent healer for Gauntlet!
   - Aphrodite

   - Back Line Buff Support Heroes/Gods
   - Prometheus

   - Mid Line Buff Support Heroes/Gods
   - None
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Related Gods Rush Tips & Guides:

Heroes Charge: General Team Building Guide


Here's a game guide on how to create or build up the best Arena, Crusade or Raid teams that will fit the mobile gaming style of every player in the thrilling action RPG mobile game - Heroes Charge. Choose 1 of the recommended formats below (I recommend the general format), 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 central 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 central or 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 central or back positions.

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

Positions
   - Front, Central, 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 | Central: 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 the general format above.

   - Example #2: | Front: 1 Tank and 1 DPS | Central: 1 DPS and 1 Control | Back: 1 Support |
   - Here you'll see that I used 2 front liners, but it's ok because 1 of them is a DPS type. I only suggest this format for experienced players though, for newbies, kindly use the simpler ones for now.
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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 #1: | Front: 1 Tank | Central: 2 DPS | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
   - Example #2: | Front: 1 Tank | Central: 1 DPS and 1 Control | Back: 2 DPS |
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2 Tanks Format #1: | 2 Tanks | 2 DPS | 1 Support |
2 Tanks Format #2: | 2 Tanks | 1 DPS | 1 Control | 1 Support |

   - I always say that placing 2 tanks is not recommended, but there is an exception. Yes, because using Wandering Spearman is a great 2nd Tank hero to be considered.
   - I only suggest this format for experienced players though, for newbies, kindly use the simpler ones for now.

   - Example #1: | Front: 1 Tank | Central: Wandering Spearman and 1 DPS | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
   - Example #2: | Front: 1 Tank | Central: Wandering Spearman and 1 Control | Back: 1 DPS and 1 Support |
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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, even worse if both are front liners.
   - There is one exception here though, refer to the recommended 2 tanks format above.
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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, Central or Back line heroes for your team, keep it balanced.


Tank Candidates

   - Front Line Tank Heroes:
   - War Chief: 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.

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

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

   - Admiral: The only female tank available, useful for completing higher tier female only Trials.

   - Front Line Heroes That Are Also Good:
   - Brute
   - Cleric
   - Drunken Master (also a notable hero for Arena)
   - Errant Hunter
   - Iron Hoof
   - Mountain
   - Shallows Keeper (Situational tank, Ex: nice combo with Frost Mage's Frost Armor)
   - Warrior Monk

   - Mid Line Heroes Considered as Tank:
   - Wandering Spearman (see examples above on how to use him)
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DPS Candidates

   - Central Line DPS Heroes:
   - Death Mage (also a notable hero for Crusade)
   - Emberstar
   - Ferryman
   - Frost Mage
   - Lightning Master
   - Lunar Guardian (Hot Pick!)
   - Machinist
   - Necromancer
   - Succubus

   - Back Line DPS Heroes:
   - Leaves Shadow (Hot Pick!)
   - Pilot (also a notable back line destroyer!)
   - Poisoned One
   - Professional Killer
   - Psychic Sword
   - Rifleman
   - Sniper
   - Wind Master

   - Front Line Heroes Considered as DPS:
   - Arcane Sapper (also a notable back line destroyer!)
   - Bear Warrior
   - Lightning Elemental
   - Psychopath
   - Soulhunter
   - Sword Master (If you really want one, I recommended this one.)
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Control Candidates

   - Central Line Control Heroes:
   - Ice Mage
   - Imperial Executioner
   - Master Mage
   - Old Curse (Hot Pick!)
   - Silencer
   - Vengeance Spirit (Hot Pick!)

   - Front Line Heroes Considered as Control:
   - Depths Voice
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Support Candidates

   - Healers (Note: Healers are not recommended for Arena!)
   - Chaplain: Excellent healer for Crusades!
   - Shadow Shaman

   - Back Line Buff Support Heroes
   - Commando (Hot Pick!)
   - Mystic

   - Central Line Buff Support Heroes
   - Tusked Storm
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Miss Dota: Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide For Beginners


Here's a quick walkthrough guide for Miss Dota newbies in the thrilling DOTA based RPG multiplayer online game Miss Dota. Available on Android - Google Play and iOS App Store.

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Quick Tips For Beginners
   - Using "Play Now" option will not save your progress from their server, if the game is uninstalled, your progress will reset. Register an account, then bind your "Play Now" account to safeguard your progress.
   - Choose Your Name Well
   - Changing names will cost you Diamonds.

   - 3 Starting Fairies
   - All 3 are great but I recommend Knight Davion to get a nice area attack Tank early on. Based from Arena Rankings, Davion is the most common starting Fairy, so she is also good at later levels.

   - Account and Chat Icons on Screen
   - You can drag these icons anywhere to clear your game screen.
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Quest Rewards
   - There are 3 types: Login, Challenge, and Upgrade. You do not need to accept any quest, once you meet the requirements, you will complete the quest and can then claim your rewards in the quest log.
   - Some quests can be completed every day, which are quite like the "daily login" system. So remember to enter the game everyday.


Other Tips
   - Check your Mail too for more freebies and tips playing the game.
   - Feel free to enlarge your Backpacks through the SHOP > Goods if needed.
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Drawing Fairies (Shop)

   - Draw by Kindness
   - Just use your 5 free draws per day.
   - Earn 1000 Kindness then use Draw 10 for a higher chance to gain Blue Fairies.
   - Kindness can be gained by using other Leaders (passengers (+5 Kindness) or friends (+10 Kindness)) before battle. Win the battle though to gain Kindness. Another way is by using the "presented" buttons under Friends, giving them SP will give you Kindness in return.

   - Note: (Other Loots)
   - Monster cards = EXP, for leveling up Fairies.
   - Rooster cards = Sell to get Gold.
   - Fairy Spirits =  A Fairy but with a "spirit aura". These are non-usable fairies, only shows up in your Album. Complete the required number of Fairy Spirit to be able to summon them.

   - Abundant Gifts
   - Earn 280 Diamonds, then use it for your 1st Diamond Draw to get a sure shot Purple fairy (ex: Nevermore). Next, earn your Diamonds and only choose the "10 Times" option to get a free Purple Fairy and more chance to gain Purple Fairies.
   - While earning Diamonds, just use your 1 free draw.

   - Cute Fairies for Free
   - 500 Diamonds for a chance to draw a Purple Fairy from the given group with bonus Universal Spirits. Nice, but limited, so still optional though.
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Events (Gift Box Icon)
   - Scroll the the right to see more options. Most options are offers for Diamond users (optional).
   - Note: More events will be added as the game goes, check for free offers like SP, Items, and more.

   - Daily: More battle options to get more EXP (recommended), Gold, Fairies, and more.

   - STR Test : A place to hunt materials to upgrade spells of STR Fairies. Only available on Monday, Thursday and Sunday.

   - AGI Test : A place to hunt materials to upgrade spells of AGI Fairies. Only available on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

   - INT Test : A place to hunt materials to upgrade spells of INT Fairies. Only available on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

   - Space-time Test : A place to hunt materials for upgrading spells, evolution, or for fostering fairies.

   - Note: All 4 event dungeons or tests above may drop fairies of White or Green quality.

   - EXP Academy : A place to hunt EXP books, these monsters are immune to physical attacks, so use Fairies that can do magic attacks.
   - Haunted Gold Mine : A place to hunt chickens, sell chickens to earn a lot of gold. To sell these chickens, go to HOME > Fairy > Sell Option > Choose chickens then sell. Sell to free up your bag space.
   - Test Tower: you can hunt equips and equip patterns here. Higher stages may drop equip and pattern of higher quality. Ex: Reaching over 50 layer will grant you Purple Equip Patterns or Fragments (used for combining equips)

   - Altar: Farm Wish Power from dungeons, then use it to get Gold cards, EXP cards for Fairy or Equip, playable Fairies, and more. Use the "Pray 10 Times" option for a chance to get a blue or purple Fairy!

   - Store SP: Will accumulate offline SPs (50SP = 1 Set), but you'll still need to spend 50 Diamonds per 1 set.
   - Hot Spring: Login at 12PM to 1PM, or 6PM to 7PM (GMT+8) to restore your SP!

   - Referee: Refer a friend ID to get rewards. As long as your friends enter your ID as Referee ID, both of you will get bonuses.

   - Exchange: Collect the fairies required and exchange with the featured Purple Fairy!
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How to Get More SP
   - After spending all SP, tap any dungeon stage, then select the free recharge (0 Diamonds). You can do this once per day.
   - After spending your first free SP recharge, the next one will ask you to spend 50 Diamonds, this is actually ok to boost your team more (optional). Do this once a day only though, but for VIP players, you can do this multiple times.
   - Hot Spring, Claim from Friends, Quest Rewards, and other optional methods.

How to Get More Friends
   - To add more friends, simply invite the Leaders you chose after every battle. You might want to add Leaders that gives the stat you want. Ex: If you want more AGI bonuses before battles, then add more friends with AGI+ bonus.
   - Go to the Friends section and select the "Add" option to view and add friends that invites you. You can also add your real life friends by entering their Player ID.
   - Friends PK option is also a nice way to practice or test your team.

   - To get more Invites, you might want to change your Leader to your strongest Fairy or Stat. Ex: I get more Invites after using an AGI+ type Fairy as Leader.
   - To change the Leader of your team, go to HOME > tap on the Fairy on your screen > select Change > select new Leader.
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- Miss Dota: Intro to Fairies -

Types of Fairies (Notable Differences)
   - STR Fairies: High HP
   - AGI Fairies: High Haste
   - INT Fairies: High Magic Resistance and Magic Power.

How to Get New Fairies
   - Draw from Shop: See Drawing Fairies section above.
   - Rarely dropped from Dungeon Boss Stages (starting from Chapter 1 Karthus stage)
   - Event Map's Dungeons.
   - Quest Rewards and Events (ex: Altar or Exchange option)
   - Summon from Album after completing the required number of Fairy Spirits.
   - Evolve Fairies to unlock higher grade Fairies and to save them in your Album.
   - and probably more

Which Fairies Are Worth Leveling?
   - Yes there are so many fairies to choose from, and for a newbie, it might be confusing.

   - Here's some General Tips:
   - If you were able to get purple or blue fairies, use them in your team since they are quite powerful early game, easier to upgrade, and with lots of benefits. Replace if you get better ones.
   - Ex: The 1st time 280 Diamond draw reward will give you a Purple Nevermore!
   - Ex: Just login everyday and claim a Purple Rylai! This one is good because you can even upgrade her to 3 Stars!
   - If you are lucky, you can also get a Purple Deceptive Fairy from the Altar.

   - Go to Home > Fairy Tab: Here you can check the Fairy's notable strengths. Example, if you want to focus on building an AOE attack team, then look for Fairies with an "Area-Attack" strength or similar.
   - Other Team Build samples recommended by the game:
   - Haste Control
   - Haste High Attack Type
   - Tank-Depleting Type
   - Seckilling Rear Row Type
   - AOE Type
   - Gank-Focused Type

   - Go to PVP > Ranking > Check Teams: Here you can check what other top players are using under their teams. Find them from your Album to find their lower grade versions or names.

   - Fairy icons labeled with "HOT" are fairies recommended by the game.

How to Get More Fairy Spirits (For Album)
   - Fairy Spirits looks like a fairy but with a "spirit aura". These are non-playable fairies, that only increases the required number of Fairy Spirit of that Fairy in your Album. Complete the required number of Fairy Spirit to be able to summon them.
   - Draw, dropped from Dungeon Boss Stages (starting from Chapter 1 Karthus stage), PVP rewards, Events like Altar, Honor Shop, Ask Friends (use filter), and more.

Universal Spirits
   - Used to summon Fairies (with full Fairy Spirits, ex: 30/30 or 40/40) from your Album, as explained above.

   - The 2nd way is to summon fairies highlighted in your Album, fairies you already have, or had before. Note: Once you obtain or evolve a fairy into blue grade or higher, that fairy will automatically register into your Album, ready for summon, even though the number of Fairy Spirits is not complete.
   - Also used for upgrading spells upon reaching the blue slates.
   - Gained from: Quest Rewards, using the Exile option, events and more.

What is the Exile Option?
   - Used to convert blue or higher grade Fairies to a number of Universal Spirits.
   - Example: Blue Fairies gives 5 Spirits; Purple Fairies gives 40 Spirits.

What is the Convert Option?
   - Fairy Convert can fully exchange the EXP, level, quality, star-level, spell level between material Fairy and target Fairy, which will make it easier and faster to develop another Fairy. But you may need to pay stingy goblins some fees and the fees depends on the difference between the two Fairies!
   - Appears on some Purple Fairies under Home > Fairy section.
   - See Rules for more info.

What is the Foster Option?
   - Foster can amplify the base stats of your high level fairies!
   - Use Gold and Diamond to enhance HP, Power and Mana. "Diamond Special" has higher success rate compared to "Gold Common". It will also cost related material Book, which you can get from:
   - Honor Shop
   - Dungeons
   - Event Map: Space-time Test, Str Test, and more.
   - Other Events like Altar and more.
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Miss Dota: Dungeon Mode (Common/Elite) -

Stages with 3 Stars
   - Getting all 3 Stars per stage will grant you Diamonds plus items from the Quest rewards. Better rewards will be given for Elite stages.
   - Complete any stage with 3 Stars to unlock the Skip option.

Blitz Dungeon (Common)
   - Reach and complete Common Dungeons that you can, to unlock and get better loot items required for upgrading your Fairies, EXP, Gold, or new playable Fairies!
   - See Dungeon section below for more info.

Dungeon Stages (Elite)
   - Play only if you want to farm certain items for upgrading (tap on items to learn where to farm them), or to earn more Diamonds or Fairies/Spirits. Harder than their common stages, and consumes more SP, so you might want to do this only if you really want to.
   - You can also do this once you get stuck on common dungeons, or if you want to spend your remaining SP before the server reset.

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

1) Level Up Fairies
   - EXP cards: Get from EXP Academy in event map, Dungeon Stages, Altar, Shop Draws, Events, and more.
   - Important Note: To avoid wasting some EXP cards, just make sure to adjust and keep the Fairy's "EXP gainable" points close to the "Required EXP".

   - Monster Cards: Can be used automatically using the "Sacrifice Fast" option.
   - Book Cards: Must to select them manually by tapping the green + option/s.

   - Fairy Cards: I really don't recommend using them as EXP feeders. If you don't need some of them, save and upgrade them to Blue grade then use the "Exile" option to convert them to Universal Spirits.
   - You can also save your Blue ones for the "Exchange Event" or for evolving a similar Fairy, refer below for more info.

2) Evolve Fairies
   - Once your Fairy's Lvl is maxed, evolve them to the next grade or quality to unlock the next set of levels. Evolution will greatly enhance the stats of the Fairy.
   - Tap on the required items to check where to get them.
   - Starting from Blue, required items will also include a similar Fairy with the same grade.

   - Quality of Fairies
   - The quality or grade of Fairies is distinguished by color:
   - White > Green > Blue > Purple > Orange
   - At certain grades, lolita or chibi fairies will transform into a full sexy goddess!
   - Orange fairies are the best but the hardest ones to summon. Amulet of Destiny is a must material for evolving from Purple to Golden.

3) Upgrade Spells of Fairies
   - Select a Fairy Spell then tap on the required items to check where to get them. Slates can be farmed from dungeons (common/elite/event), and can also be earned by asking friends.
   - Starting from Blue Slates, required items will also include a number of Universal Spirits.

   - Fairy Spells
   - Each fairy can master 3 common spells and 1 Ultimate Spell, unlocks one after another as they reach certain levels.
   - Spells are capped depending on the current level of the Fairy, level them up more to lift the cap.
   - The max level for common spells is 30, and 20 for Ultimate Spells.

   - Which Spells to Upgrade First?
   - All Spells until you reach the Blue Slate requirements, then focus more on the spells that matters.

   - When looking for Fairy Spells, check the damage per round they can do: Damage or Effect + Cool down, if how many rounds will it take before they cast again. Sometimes these are the keys on how to polish your team's spells = compatibility.
   - Pay attention also on the number of targets, success chance, stat increase per upgrade, and more.

4) Equip and Upgrade Fairy Gears
   - Unlocks when you reach Lvl 28. Each slot in your squad can equip 6 equippable items at most and they can even equip identical items.

   - Equip Bag
   - Here you can check all the Equips you have, including the available spells they have. Upgrade their spells here, tap on the required items to check where to get them.

   - Upgrade Equip
   - Similar to the Fairy leveling above, but this time, it will require other gears or EXP Irons. White and some Green grade equips are common so go on and use them for feeding EXP to your Equips.
   - Aim for Blue or higher grade equips, upgrade them the most.

   - EXP Usable Gears: Get from Shop Fairy Draws or Shop Equip Draws Section (use the Draw 10 option), Test Tower, Quest Rewards, events, and more.
   - EXP Iron Items (must be manually selected): Get from Quest Rewards, Altar, and more.

   - Equip the items you want according to your Fairies, example: AGI+ Stats for your AGI Fairies. It is also a good idea to equip gears with useful Spells.

   - Combine Equip
   - Combine different equips to get a new one, requires Patters ("Combine Recipes"). You can get patterns from Altar, Combine Pattern feature, and more.

   - Combine Pattern
   - For combining fragments, and to create new Patterns.
   - Fragments can be looted from Quest Rewards, Altar, Test Tower, Honor Shop and more.
   - Check Rules to see more details.

Quality of Equipment
   - The quality of equipment is distinguished by color from lowest to highest, respectively White, Green, Blue, Purple, Orange and Red.

   - The level cap of equipment depends on their quality as shown below:
   - White: Level 40
   - Green: Level 60
   - Blue: Level 80
   - Purple: Level 100
   - Orange: Level 120
   - Red: Level 140
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Miss Dota: PVP Section -

Requires 1 Battle of Provocation which can be looted from dungeons. You may carry up to 5 at most, so use some of them to free up some space.

Team Positions/Locations
   - There are 3 rows: Front - Mid - Rear
   - Ideally, STR fairies should be in the front row, then AGI and INT fairies should be behind in turn.
   - Mix and match to find the best team positions that fits your playing style, or to counter certain enemy spells.
   - Haste: decides the order to attack.

Choose Your Opponent Well
   - The easiest way is to compare your FC vs. your enemy team's FC. Targeting lower FC will give you more chance of winning, but not always.
   - You also need to consider the Number (of fairies) and Lvl or Grade of your opponent's fairies, count how many green, blue, purple or gold fairies your enemy have, then compare them to your team, if you think you have the upper hand, go for it!
   - For in-depth comparison, check their team's general build (might need more experience playing the game).

   - You can also further check by selecting one of their fairies, but mind the time limit, if it hits 0, you can no longer challenge that team.

PVP Rewards
   - Win more challenges to increase your rewards, then claim after the cool-down timer. Note: Claim first before challenging new ones, or else your rewards won't increase!
   - Rewards: Fairy Spirits, Foster Books, Gold, and Diamonds. More rewards can be claimed from the Quest reward after completing a number of PVP matches.
   - Check Rules for more info.

   - Tip: You can edit your PVP squad to only 1 fairy, to purposely let your PVP rank go down, this way you'll be able to challenge more easier teams the next time. Don't do this though if you are aiming for the Fairy Contest.

   - Fairy Contest
   - Check to see if the betting system is available, get 20 Diamonds if you win, but if you lose, you'll just take back the 10 Diamonds you used. This is a nice way to get free Diamonds,  so go on and use all 3 bets per round.
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Congratulations! If you reached this point, then I hope you already know what you are doing. Gold, SP and Diamonds shouldn't be a problem, since you already know where and how to get them.

Good Luck and Happy Playing! ^^
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Miss Dota: FAQ, Walkthrough, Tips, Tricks and Strategy Guides List


Miss Dota is a thrilling DOTA based RPG multiplayer online game presented by yihya. Available on Android - Google Play and iOS App Store. In this game, all 100+ well-known DOTA heroes are turned to sexy goddesses! Play Miss DOTA as their master, evolve Lolitas to Goddesses,  and ignite the flames of Sentinel and Scourge!
Miss DOTA Gameplay Trailer -
Miss DOTA: General In-Depth Guides -

Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide For Beginners
- Intro to Fairies and In-Game Features
- Dungeon Guide: Leveling, Upgrading and more.
- PvP Guide
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*In-depth guides for this game coming soon!

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Miss Dota: Official FAQs -

What is the time zone of server time and the insert event time?
   - Usually, date and time of the events and posts are set against (GMT+8).

Where can I get Diamonds without spending?
   - You will earn Diamond after clearing the last stage earning 3 stars in a Quest zone for the first time.
   - You can also earn Diamonds the first time you complete some quests.
   - Pay attention to our fans page, some events give out free Diamonds.

How do I level up my Fairies?
   - You can level up heroes by sacrificing the monster cards or power source books. Monster cards are usually dropped from the map adventures. You can get power source book from quest rewards or EXP Academy.

How do I evolve my Fairies?
   - When your fairy hit certain level, you can evolve your fairy to higher Grade. It requires certain materials and cards.

What are the items obtained from battles?
   - Some of the items are materials for some features.

   - Slates: Materials to upgrade Fairy's spells. There are White, Green, Blue, Purple and Golden 5 Grades. Higher level spells require higher grade slates.
   - Banner of Provocation: A must item to join PvP battle.
   - Mote, Talisman, Elemental: Materials to evolve Fairies.
   - Monster card, Power source Book: Materials to Lv up Fairies.

What are Fairy Spirits and Universal Spirits? And what is the difference between them?
   - They can be used to exchange Fairies. You can exchange the corresponding Fairy if you collect enough Fairy Spirit of this Fairy, while you can use Universal Spirit to exchange any one of the Fairies you ever owned.

How to change the battle square?
   - Every time you enter a battle, you can change your fairies position after you choose the friend. Just drag them as you like.

How many fairies at most can be set in the fight square? 
   - 5 at most. Fight slots will be unlocked as your level ups.

Where can I get Purple quality fairy?
   - Evolve. Blue fairies can be evolved into purple quality fairies.
   - Exchange.You can exchange purple quality fairies when you collect enough Fairy Spirits or Universal Spirits.
   - Elite Dungeon. You may have chance to get purple fairies from Elite Dungeon.
   - Shop.

How to recharge?
   - In home page tab VIP icon > Recharge using Google Wallet or Itunes. This is available for Play now, Facebook login and "For more accounts".
   - Official recharge site: (  http://sea.aseugame.com/ ) This is available for Facebook login and For more accounts. Play now players should bind their account first.

What are the VIP benefits? 
   - In game Home page tab VIP icon, you can check all the benefits of different VIP levels.

Where can I get support if I have account or recharge problems?
   - You can submit your issue to us via facebook private message.
   - You can submit your issue to our customer service email: missdotacs@gmail.com

How do I get my Player ID?
   - In Home page then tap your rolename or level.
   - It is the number after ID to the right.

Where shall I enter the gift code?
   - In game, tab More > Guide > Coupon (right upper corner) to enter the code.

How to turn off/on the sound of the game?
   - Tab More >> Guide>> System Settings.

*FAQ Source: Credits and Thanks to Miss Dota Facebook Fan Page for the Official FAQ! ^^
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Plants vs. Zombies 2: Big Wave Beach Part 2 Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide


Here's the 2nd part of the 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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Big Wave Beach Part 1:
   - Play Big Wave Beach Quick Walkthrough and Strategy Guide first before this guide!

Lily Pads
   - 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 placed on top of Lily Pads.
   - Use Shovel and sell unused Lily Pads.

Guacodile
   - Can be planted on water tiles.
   - Place it on a Lily Pad or ground to attack zombies with seeds. When attacked, they will rush off the lawn biting all zombies they encounter (plant is lost after rushing).

Banana Launchers
   - Tap+ Hold then drag to your target.

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

IMPORTANT REMINDERS!
   - 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.
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- World: Big Wave Beach Day 17 to 32 -

Big Wave Beach - Day 17
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Wall |
   - PF: Any
   - Shovel: Sell all 4 Lily Pads.
   - Cherry Bomb and Tangle Kelp vs. tough zombies or Octo Zombies.
   - Just let your Snapdragons take care of those binding Octopis.

Big Wave Beach - Day 18 (Mini Game)
   - | Guacodile | Guacodile | Magnet-shroom and Lily Pads |
   - PF: Guacodile vs. Octo Zombies and to get rid of those binding Octopis. Once the Deep Sea Gargantuar shows up, barrage with PFs or spam Guacodiles.
   - Tangle Kelp vs. Octo zombies and Surfer zombies.
   - Note: Guacodile can attack normally if placed on a Lily Pad or ground.
   - Just continue and replace fallen Guacodiles.

Big Wave Beach - Day 19 (Survive the Battle!)
   - | Sun-shroom | Snapdragon | Guacodile | Guacodile or Iceberg |
   - PF: Snapdragon vs. Octo Zombies or group of tough zombies.
   - Just keep on spamming Guacodiles and Icebergs.

Big Wave Beach - Day 20
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Infi-Nut (4th column any row) |
   - PF: Infi-Nut (recharge before it fades out.), then Snapdragons vs. Deep Sea Gargantuar.
   - Shovel: Sell the 4 Lily Pads nearest to the zombie spawn line.

   - Quickly set up 2 Snapdragons, use Tangle Kelp on the first few Conehead and Bucket zombies until you have Infi-Nut.
   - Tangle Kelp and Cherry Bomb: vs. Octo Zombies (wait for it to enter the 1st tile first), group of Surfer Zombies, or Deep Sea Gargantuar (Cherry Bomb only).

Big Wave Beach - Day 21 (Mini Game)
   - | Homing Thistle | Homing Thistle (one only) | Iceberg | Iceberg
   - PF: Homing Thistle or Iceberg Lettuce vs. group of Surfer Zombies.

Big Wave Beach - Day 22
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Infi-Nut (4th column any row) |
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads.
   - Strategy similar to Big Wave Beach Day 20 above.
   - Tangle Kelp vs. Fisherman zombies too. Keep your Infi-Nut's shield up to protect your plants from this zombie.

Big Wave Beach - Day 23 (Survive and Protect)
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Infi-Nut (4th column any row) |
   - PF: Infi-Nut (recharge before it fades out.), then Banana Launcher vs. Deep Sea Gargantuar.
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads.
   - Note: Start planting Sunflowers from the 1st column 2nd row.
   - Strategy similar to Big Wave Beach Day 20 above. Use your Banana Launchers too to target those first few zombies until you have Infi-Nut. Great vs. Fisherman zombies.
   - After the formation, earn more Sun and slowly replace Sunflowers with Snapdragons, just in-case those nasty Octopis reached your first line of Snapdragons.

Big Wave Beach - Day 24 (Mini Game)
   - Just keep on firing balls, best if you wait until some zombies crosses the tide line to get more targets.
   - Reserve "lightning balls" for tough zombies, Surfer zombies, or Deep Sea Gargantuar.
   - Tap and Hold 1 mower to greatly damage the Deep Sea Gargantuar.

Big Wave Beach - Day 25 (Spend no more than 3000 sun / defeat 10 zombies in 5 seconds)
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Infi-Nut (4th column any row) |
   - PF: Infi-Nut (recharge before it fades out.), then Snapdragons vs. Deep Sea Gargantuar.
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads.
   - Start with 2 Snapdragons then 1 Infi-Nut, use Tangle Kelp vs, the 1st Snorkel zombie.
   - Once the green Snorkel zombie shows up, quickly eliminate using Tangle Kelp to get the 1st PF. Next, use PF on Infi-Nut before the 1st Fisherman throws it's hook.
   - Tangle Kelp: vs. Fisherman zombies or Octo Zombies.

   - How to Defeat 10 zombies in 5 seconds:
   - Get the 2nd PF from the Surfer Zombie first using Tangle Kelp and make sure you have enough Sun for Cherry Bomb.
   - During the 1st "Low Tide" (between the map bar's 1st 2 red flags), where lots of zombies pops out, use your PF on your 3rd column 4th row Snapdragon, then quickly use Cherry bomb on the 6th column 2nd row.

   - Release 1 mower to greatly damage the Deep Sea Gargantuar, use this if you don't have PF.
   - Cherry Bombs and Tangle Kelp vs. Fisherman zombies, Octo zombies, or group of tough zombies. Watch out your available Sun count though, never go below "0 Left".
   - Note: Don't worry if there are some Fisherman zombies left.

Big Wave Beach - Day 26 (Mini Game)
   - Banana Launcher | Banana Launcher | Wall | Wall |
   - PF: Banana Launchers vs. group of Surfer zombies or tough zombies.
   - Tip: Surfer zombies moves faster so target somewhere in-front of them.

Big Wave Beach - Day 27 (Survive the Battle!)
   - Refer below screenshot for the formation.
   - PF: Infi-Nut (recharge before it fades out.).
   - Start with 1 Twin Sunflower then quickly setup 4 Snapdragons on the 2nd column, if the Conehead zombies managed to destroy one of them, just replace another one.
   - Setup your Inf-Nut before the 1st Bucket zombie reaches your Snapdragons.
   - Banana Launchers vs. Octo zombies, Fisherman zombies, or group of tough zombies.
   - After you complete the formation, replace Twin Sunflowers with more Banana Launchers.

Big Wave Beach - Day 28 (Don't lose more than 5 plants!) 
   - | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Snapdragon | Infi-Nut (4th column any row) |
   - PF: Infi-Nut (recharge before it fades out.), then Snapdragons vs. Deep Sea Gargantuar.
   - Shovel: Sell the 2 Lily Pads nearest to the zombie spawn line, they'll get eaten anyway so it's better to make them as additional Sun.

   - Quickly setup your Sunflowers and Snapdragons, support each other so that they can take on Conehead zombies early on, until you have Infi-Nut.

   - After the formation, replace Sunflowers with Banana Launchers, probably around 2 only.
   - Banana Launchers vs. Octo, Fisherman, Surfer (protect your Infi-Nut), and Deep Sea Gargantuar.
   - Use 1 Lawn Mower vs. Deap Sea Gargantuar if you don't have PF.

Big Wave Beach - Day 29 (Plan Your Defense!)
   - Refer below screenshot for the formation.
   - PF: Infi-Nut (conserve your PFs, recharge before it fades out.).
   - Tangle Kelp: Protect your Infi-Nut from surfer zombies, and to quickly eliminate Octo zombies.
   - Use 1 Lawn Mower vs. Deap Sea Gargantuar.
   - During the last wave, you can use your shovel and sell some Bowling Bulbs to get Sun for another Cherry Bomb, use it to finish off remaining zombies.

Big Wave Beach - Day 30 (Survive and Protect)
   - | Guacodile | Sunflower | Snapdragon | Infi-Nut (4th column any row) |
   - PF: Once you get your first PF, quickly setup your Infi-Nut, recharge before it fades out. Save 1 PF for Sanpdragon vs. Deap Sea Gargantuar.
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads.
   - Start with Sunflowers and 2 Snapdagons as usual.
   - Tangle Kelp: vs. Fisherman zombies or Surfer zombies that tries to attack Infi-Nut.
   - Cherry Bomb: vs. any you like.
   - After the formation replace some Sunflowers with Banana Launchers. Use them vs. Octo, Surfer zombies that tries to attack Infi-Nut, or Deap Sea Gargantuar.
   - Use 1 Lawn Mower vs. Deap Sea Gargantuar if you don't have PF.

Big Wave Beach - Day 31 (Survive the Battle!)
   - | Homing Thistle |
   - Shovel: Sell all Lily Pads, except the one nearest to the tide line.
   - Use Sun Bean early stage to get some extra Sun, this is optional though.
   - Tangle Kelp: vs. Fisherman, Surfer, or Octo zombies.
   - PF: To keep your Homing Thistles alive from Octo and Fisherman attacks, use your PF right before their Octopi or Hook reaches one of your Homing Thistles, time it well.

Big Wave Beach - Day 32 (Mini Game - Dr. Zomboss)
   - Refer below for formation:
   - Before the Tide Line: Homing Thistle, Banana Launcher, and Bowling Bulb.
   - Beyond the Tide Line: Lily Pads, Guacodile, and Tangle Kelp.

   - Just Spam all of them Lol!
   - PF: Banana Launcher vs. Dr. Zomboss, Deap Sea Gargantuar, or heavily grouped zombies.
   - Banana Launcher vs. Dr. Zomboss, or group of tough zombies near the Tide Line. Use this also to destroy surf boards planted on your ground.
   - Tangle Kelp: Place it in front of Dr. Zomboss, or place before he starts to suck your plants (observe animation to time it well). Tangle Kelp will stun his mechanical shark!
   - Use 1 Lawn Mower vs. Deap Sea Gargantuar.

   - Last Wave: Use Guacodiles, Banana Launchers (with PF if you have extra), Tangle Kelp, or 1 Mower to defeat all Octo zombies.
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