Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Get 100% Completion: Mysterious Chests Locations


Here's some quick tips and guide on how to get 100% Completion rating when exploring stages in the RPG mobile game - Yokai: Spirits Hunt.

Refer below to learn how to complete certain tasks like where to find hidden chests or mysterious chests.

How To Get 100% Stage Completion?

Check Your Progress

   - Select Stage then click on "Stage Completion" above the stage info screen to check the list of tasks that you need to do. Tasks that aren't highlighted are the ones that you need to complete.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Get 100% Completion: Mysterious Chests Locations
   - Also, while exploring, click on the Stage Progress bar at the upper left corner to check your current progress.

Basically, What You Need To Do:

   - Break all pots and find all chests (check behind trees, houses, statues and rocks if needed), defeat all enemies and bosses (except the Yokai Spawn) to get 100% completion.

   - Tasks with "discovered in this Explore" needs to be completed in one run.
   - Tasks with "Total X Discovered", stacks and can be completed by doing multiple runs.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Get 100% Completion: Mysterious Chests Locations

BOSS Tasks

BOSS First Blood

   - Simply defeat the Boss.

Total BOSS Kills

   - You can only defeat 1 specific Boss per run, so keep replaying the Stage until this task is complete.

Kill BOSS in 5 Rounds

   - You need to defeat the Boss in 5 Rounds.
   - The best way is to use a strong character that has a Race advantage to get +25% damage bonus against the Race of the Boss.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Racial Advantage
   - Refer here to learn about Yokai Races and Racial Counter:
   - Beginner's Team Building Guide - Types and Races

Kill BOSS without encountering minor demons:

   - This is tough to do because you need to memorize where the BOSS/es are, and go there right from the start while dodging all minor demons along the way.

   - Other Tips:
   - Learn the movement pattern of these minor demons to get some ideas on how to dodge them properly, especially around narrow spaces. Most of the time, they will run straight at you, so run sideways once they spot you.
   - Lure them to a wider spaces if needed.
   - Find the best or easiest path to the Boss, do it 1 at a time if needed.
   - After defeating all targets, go to the very first map and clear all minor demons and collect all items.

Yokai Spawns Related Tasks

   - Wait until you are able to defeat them, but most stages can be completed 100% without defeating these Yokai Spawns.

Chests and Mysterious Chests

   - These 2 are different things, Chests can be easily seen (check behind trees, houses, statues and rocks if needed) but Mysterious Chests are hidden and would only reveal itself if you are near them.

   - Since Chests are much easier to find, here's an example list of Mysterious Chests and their locations to help you out.

Mysterious Chests Map Locations

   - Note: (1-1) refers to the map number, locate this while exploring then refer to the available info to find these hidden mysterious chests.

   - TIP: You can also use this guide to complete a Daily Quest that requires you to find a number of hidden chests. Pick any stage or go for the one with lots of mysterious chests.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Mysterious Chests Map Locations

Abandoned Ancient Temple

   - 3-1 = Near the temple entrance - right side.
   - 3-3 = Just below the exit.

Taibai Temple

   - 4-2 = Inside the Temple near a pot.
   - 4-5 = Behind the "tiger like" Shisha Boss.

Dark Lotus Pond

   - 6-4 = Near the statue's head.

Gusu Cheng Suburb

   - 7-2 = Just below the stairs.

Hanshan Temple

   - 8-3 = Right side area, before entering the Temple.
   - 8-5 = Near those pots with a street lamp - left side narrow area.

Sakura Pond

   - 9-2 = Go to the red trees directly below the top most exit or portal.
   - 9-7 = Bottom area, go to the yin yang symbol.

Helu Ancient Tomb

   - 1-2 = Directly to the right after entering the map from the ladder.
   - 1-3 = Left side area.
   - 1-7 = Middle area near pots.
   - 1-11 = Behind the Yasha Boss.

*End of example list.

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Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Devour and Evolve, How To Get Sekkanto


Here's some quick tips and guides on how to Devour, Evolve, and obtain Sekkanto characters in the RPG mobile game - Yokai: Spirits Hunt.

Refer below to learn how to use the Devour function to get additional stats for your characters, how to Evolve including farming evolution materials, and which Yokai to evolve first.

Evolving Yokai (Tiers)

   - Human and Demons share the same evolution materials, but Ghosts, Fairies, and Immortals requires a different set of evo materials.
   - Humans can't devour others so you can only use SSR "Sekkanto" units to evolve them (Human race doesn't have duplicates).
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Devour and Evolve, How To Get Sekkanto

How To Farm Evolution Materials

   - Click on the required items to check where to farm them.
   - It's best to farm them by Exploring Stages, because basic evolution materials can still be used for higher evolutions. Break pots or defeat enemies to get them.
   - For high Lvl evo mats, you might also need to complete limited events and challenge Legendary Yokais or Demon Lords to get more.

Other Notes

   - For easier stages, better use other characters with lower Lvls to level them up too.
   - TIP: If you need to play a stage to complete Daily Quests, I would suggest doing some 1st Stage runs, because this is where you will mainly farm evo materials for evolving lots of Sekkanto units.
   - Use Sweep feature for faster farming (optional).
   - It's easy to Evolve characters to T2, do these to all of your teams to make them stronger.

Evolving Yokai: Bonuses

   - New Skill or Skill Slot will be unlocked after Evolving.
   - Increases Attribute values or Grades.
   - Increases Level Cap by 5.
   - Increases Growth Cap to devour more.

Other Bonuses

   - Attack Range Increases when Yokai is evolved to T3.
   - New looks will be unlocked once a Yokai reached T4.

Which Characters To Evolve First?

   - I would suggest that you evolve your main SSR Output type (blue sword icon) and Range type character (red icon) first, mainly to increase their limited attack ranges.
   - Example: To clear Floor 22 (99 Tower Mode), you'll need a T3 Range Type character like Ye Ting Ke (free SSR from story mode).
   - Other main SSR characters next, then characters with useful skills (unlocked after evolving).

Sekkanto (Sacrifice for Evolving)

Example: Evolving T2 > T3

Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Devour and Evolve, How To Get Sekkanto
   - You can evolve a T2 character to T3 using a duplicate T2 character, or a T3 Sekkanto III.
   - You can evolve a Sekkanto I to II, then III (earn and evolve Sekkantos).

   - Other Requirements: Evolution Materials and Player Lvl 15 (no Lvl requirements for characters).

How To Get More Sekkanto I

Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Get More Sekkanto I
   - Sekkanto II (requires x2 Sekkanto I)
   - Sekkanto III (requires x2 Sekkanto II or x4 Sekkanto I)
   - Sekkanto IV (requires x4 Sekkanto II or x8 Sekkanto I)
   - Sekkanto V (requires x8 Sekkanto II or x16 Sekkanto I)

   - Aside from the one time only claimable rewards from events, login rewards, and more, refer below for other ways to obtain Sekkanto units.

Daily Rewards (Activeness Chest)

   - Earn 1000 Activeness points before the end of the week by completing Daily Quests, to receive x1 Sekkanto I from the Weekly Activeness Chest.
   - Requires around 140~150 Total Activeness per day. Level up to unlock features, strengthen your characters to complete tasks, and more.

PVP Tournament (Weekly Wins Chest)

   - Accumulate 60 wins before the end of the week, to receive x1 Sekkanto I from the Weekly Wins Chest.
   - Requires at least 9 wins per day. This is doable even for F2P, just clear your defense teams to keep your rank low. Strengthen your team and only select Easy targets.

Buy Sekkanto I with Yokai Points (Shop)

   - Yokai Points can be earned by completing various tasks, events, and quests in-game.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt Buy Sekkanto I with Yokia Points

Dupes/Copies (Sacrifice for Evolving)

Use Dupes/Copies To Evolve?

   - SSR = Better use them all as your main or for your backup teams, evolve them using Sekkantos instead. Only use dupes to evolve base characters at higher tiers and if that dupe is no longer needed. Not recommended if you have limited number of SSR characters.

   - SR = Higher chance to get from Summons, so it's ok to use Dupes for evolving SR characters. Save your Sekkanto units for SSR, except if you need to evolve SR Human types like Jiang Zhuo Yue (starter character).

   - R = Pretty common from Summons, use dupes to evolve useful R support characters, but if you don't need them then use them to strengthen other characters (devour).

   - N = Not recommended, use them to strengthen other characters (devour).

Which Dupe/Copy Should I Use as Base?

   - Check their Traits (beside Skills) to see which dupe to use as base. Trait differences are more common for SR or lower grade Yokai. Traits can be randomly obtained upon Summoning them.

Devour Yokai or Growth Items

   - Creatures in the world are divided into immortals, ghosts, demons, fairies and humans.
   - Humans can't devour others so you can only use EXP Peaches and Growth items to level them up.

Yokai

   - Fairy characters: HP+3 (Growth +1)
   - Demon characters: ATK+1 (Growth +1)
   - Ghost characters: DEF+1 (Growth +1)
   - Immortal characters: CRI+1% (Growth +10)
Yokai: Spirits Hunt Devour Yokai or Growth Items
   - Devour Rank N and R characters, except for R units that you find useful as support (example: buffers/debuffers) for your backup teams.
   - I won't recommend devouring SR, better use them to evolve SR characters to strengthen your backup teams.
   - NOTE: DO NOT Devour any Yokai if the Growth Limit of you character is maxed, it will just consume them as EXP and the stats won't be added.

Growth Items

   - EXP+ Peaches (Growth +0)
   - Blood Bodhi: HP+3 (Growth +1)
   - Lotus Seed: ATK+1 (Growth +1)
   - Gingko Seed: DEF+1 (Growth +1)
   - Rice Brew: CRI+1% (Growth +10)

   - NOTE: Growth items except EXP+ Peaches, will not generate EXP bonus to your character.

How To Farm Growth Items?

   - Farm them by Exploring Stages, dropped by enemies.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Farm Growth Items
   - Check the featured item drops to find specific items.
   - Challenging Legendary Yokais or Demon Lords also drops these items.

Which Stats Should I Feed To My Characters?

   - Depends on which stat/s your character needs, enhancing weak stats would make them a bit more versatile, while enhancing their strengths would also make them stronger for their role.
   - Play them for a while before deciding which stats are needed. You can also use their skills as basis, try to make their role and skills more effective by enhancing certain stats.
   - Here's some examples:

   - HP+: Good for Healers since healing amount is based on their max HP. Also for characters that needs more survivability.

   - ATK+: For characters that lacks fire power, or if their main skill effects are based on pure DMG (ex: Life Drain, Double Strike and more). Most characters can benefit from this stat.

   - DEF+: If character needs more survivability. Usually for front liners like tanks, or close combat melee like shield and support type characters.

   - CRI+%: Most characters can benefit from this one to activate skill effects that requires attacks to CRIT (if it's worth it though). Test them first, then increase if you think they need more CRIT. Note that higher Grade characters naturally have higher base CRIT stats which is more ideal to increase.

   - Prioritize SSR characters first, choose 1 or 2 stats to increase.
   - You can also enhance ATK, DEF, and HP from gears, CRI+% is somewhat rare though.
   - TIP: Also refer to their gear's stat bonuses, example: If you equipped a character with HP+% stats including gear set bonus stat, then adding HP+ would make these bonuses more effective.

Trait System (Beside Skills)

   - Devouring grants random Traits.
   - Devouring Yokai and/or EXP items (except Growth Items) will fill up the Trait bar, once full, Trait Lvl will increase up to Lvl 5.
   - NOTE: DO NOT Devour any Yokai if the Growth Limit of you character is maxed, it will just consume them as EXP and the stats won't be added.

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Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Beginner's Team Building Guide - Types and Races


Here's some tips and guide on how to build teams in the RPG mobile game Yokai: Spirit Hunt.

Refer below to learn the different Types and Races of Yokais, Racial Counters to determine which race to use against certain races, basic team building and team synergies, and some quick battle tips.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Beginner's Team Building Guide - Types and Races

Different Types of Yokai

Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Types
   - To easily check your character's and enemy's attack ranges, refer to the Icons next to their HP bars or Name. For Boss enemies, "Click and Hold" to check their move and attack ranges.

Shield Type

   - Spread Melee: Attacks 1 tile in front and sides (3 Tiles total).
   - Evolve to T3: Attacks all 4 adjacent tiles (4 Tiles total)
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Shield Range
   - Can usually hit multiple enemies, really good for initiating combos. You can also move them to the sides of targets to let others take the front positions. Nice counter for range type enemies.
   - Disadvantage: Usually have lower DPS than others.

Output Type

   - Melee: Attacks 1 tile in front (1 Tile total).
   - Evolve to T3: Attacks 2 straight tiles in front (2 Tiles total).
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Output Range
   - Before T3: Attack range is very limited (can only use 1 Output type vs enemies occupying 1 tile), but usually packs a lot of damage and DPS, great against Bosses and for defeating strong enemies. Probably a good candidate to evolve first to T3.
   - Disadvantage: Limited range and positioning, need to evolve to T3 to at least increase range.

Range Type

   - Range: Attacks 1 tile in front, range is 2 tiles from position (1 Tile total).
   - Evolve to T3: Attacks 3 tiles in front, range is 2 tiles from position (3 Tiles total).
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Ranged Range
   - Before T3: Attack range is very limited, but usually packs a lot of damage and DPS, good against Bosses and for defeating strong enemies. Probably a good candidate to evolve first to T3.
   - Disadvantage: Vulnerable from melee attacks, can't attack if too close.

Support Type

   - Spread: Attacks 2 tiles in front except for the center tile (2 Tiles total).
   - Evolve to T3: Attacks all 4 corner tiles near him/her (4 Tiles total).
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Support Range
   - Can hit multiple enemies. You can also move them to the sides of targets to let others take the front positions. Works well with others, easy to adjust and do combos, especially with Shield or Output types.
   - Disadvantage: Usually have lower DPS than others, cannot attack adjacent targets (especially in certain maps with lots of pitfalls).

Different Yokai Races

   - Creatures in the world are divided into immortals, ghosts, demons, fairies and humans.
   - Humans can't devour others so you can only use EXP Peaches and Growth items to level them up, or SSR "Sekkanto" units to evolve them (no duplicates).
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Racial Advantage
Humans +25% DMG vs Demons
Demons +25% DMG vs Ghosts
Ghosts +25% DMG vs Fairies
Fairies +25% DMG vs Immortals
Immortals +25% DMG vs Humans

Racial Counter

   - Using a character with a racial advantage, would give that character a +25% bonus damage. Use this especially when fighting against tough bosses later on. Aim for at least 1 SSR or SR DPS character per race later on when needed.
   - Jiang Zhuo Yue and Ye Ting Ke are your free Human characters which are rare by the way, upgrade them both and use them against Demon race enemies and Bosses.
   - For early game, just focus on doing combos to make things easier for now.

4-6 Characters: Team Build (Base)

Basic Team Balancing (4 Characters)

   - Get 1 each type (Shield, Output, Range, and Support) as your main 4 characters to be more flexible, most of the time you'll only be using 3 characters per attack, unless against Bosses.
   - Would recommend at least 2 DPS (Output or Range), Ye Ting Ke is one, get 1 more or use Kamatsu for now.
   - As much as possible always let your key characters attack, like Healers to trigger their skills. If you don't need healing then use your damage dealers or other characters more.

For Your 5th and 6th Characters

   - Add what you need or like, regardless of their type or race, like:
   - 1) another Healer to increase Heal potential per round.
   - 2) a Buffer (example: All Allies Atk+/Def+) and Debuffer (All Enemies Atk-/Def-).
   - 3) a Control character that can inflict stun, sleep, freeze, or similar effects. These guys can also disrupt possible combos of enemies (situational though).
   - 4) another DPS if you want, or characters that can damage all enemies.
   - 5) or a character that will trigger team synergies.

   - TIP: Switch them depending on the situation or game mode that you are playing.

Character Synergies

   - Synergies are bonus stats that you can get if all required characters are in play. Note that characters under that synergy list are the only ones that will get the bonus stat, not the whole team.
   - Synergy bonuses also stacks but take note that it will only work while in battle.

   - Example:
   - If you have all 4 free characters - Kyu-chan, Ye Ting Ke, Kamatsu, and Jiang Zhou Yue. Plus you are able draw Hakutaku from Summons, Ye Ting Ke can get these total Synergy bonus:
   - ATK + 25% and CRI+10%
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Character Synergies
   - Inspect your Yokai to check their Synergies, or to check all available Synergies.
   - Do not limit your team on what is available from the Synergy List though, also consider other factors like stat potential and skill effects for example.

Combat Tips

Chongxu Taoist Hall (Training)

   - Follow these courses (Formation, Yokai Skills, and Strategy) to learn how to fight, review them if needed to get some ideas.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Taoist Hall (Formation)

Just Focus on Combos (Early Game)

   - Setup your formation depending on the enemy formation, look for a way to land combo attacks right from the start. Also consider the move range of your characters because it will shrink if you move them closer to the corners or sides, of the map.

Combo or Joint Attacks

   - Triggers if the attack range of the initiator overlaps other attack ranges of allies.
   - Note: The initiator's attack range is the only one that will be followed by allies, overlaps of allies to other allies will not trigger!
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Combo Attacks
(Example: If Kamatsu is the initiator above, Demon Cheng Yu and Xiao Qing will not attack, even if Jiang Zhuo Yue's attack range overlaps with them!)

   - This is why it's best to use characters with wider attack range as initiators to cover more enemies and combo overlaps.

Other Battle Quick Tips:

   - Always check the recommended Lvl of the stage, floor, or mode - use it as a guide (best if your characters level are above that to make things easier, and not waste Stamina, Tickets, or Tries).
   - If you feel your team are struggling to defeat a stage, upgrade them up before advancing to the next one.

   - Do not let the enemies build up combos to one of your characters, move them to avoid getting huge damages. Retreat dying units and spam your healer/s to heal them up if needed.
   - Always make sure that your team is doing more combos than the enemies.

Optional Tips:

   - You can also move and let your tanks stay inside the attack range of the enemies, let them target your tank/s to make them stay where they are, then do your combos.
   - For bosses they will try to find the best position where they can attack more units, use this to your advantage by positioning your characters where you like the Boss to move and attack.


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Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Re-roll to Get SSR/SR Characters Guide


Here's some quick tips and guide on how to Re-roll in the RPG mobile game Yokai: Spirit Hunt, to get SSR and SR characters or Yokai units.

Re-Rolling Guide

   - Re-roll only if you really want to try your luck, the tutorial is quite lengthy in this game, and the percentage rates of getting SSR characters are really low... so it might take a while before you can get what you really want.
   - You can check the current rates for SSR, SR, R, and N characters in-game (Summon screen).
   - Each time that you do not receive a SSR character, you'll get some points to increase chances.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Re-roll Tips and Guide

Guaranteed and Free SSR Characters

   - Your first "Penta Summon x5" draw. Always reserve 5 Summon Fu in-case the game intoduces another limited summon event that gives guaranteed SSR character.
   - You can obtain a free SSR character from Story Mode (Ye Ting Ke) early game.
   - Free SSR character (Kyuu-chan), after logging in for 5 consecutive days.

Save or Bind Your Existing Game First

   - Make sure to save or bind your existing game progress first to your game/any accounts.
   - Next, log out your account and play as a Guest Account.
   - You can use any name for your Guest Accounts, you can change it later on anyway for 60 Yokai Souls.
   - Follow and complete the Tutorial next.

Rush Through the Story Lines and Tutorials

   - Follow all red arrows once you enter the first stage (Abandoned Ancient Temple), defeat key bosses, then exit the stage.

   - Once you enter Taibai Temple (end of tutorial), just run and go inside the Temple, then to the underground area. Defeat or skip the stage Boss, then exit the stage (go near the stairs).

Start Farming Summon Fus!

Daily Quest Rewards

Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Daily Quests
   - Click on the fox "Kyuu-chan" while in the camp screen, to view your Daily Quests.
   - Collect all rewards here including the first Daily Activeness Chest, that gives Player EXP.

Taoist Hall (Formation)


   - Go and complete them all, note that you need to properly arrange your characters first before hitting Start, move them closer for example, follow the demonstrations. After Lesson 5, you can get 1 Summon Fu. Claim all Player EXP here to hit Lvl 5.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Taoist Hall (Formation)

Optional Method:

   - Note: You may stop here if you want, but since the Tutorial is too lengthy, it might be best to continue since getting Summon Fus from here on is easier.
   - TIP: If you really want to stop here and use 1 Summon Fu per run, then I would suggest that the next time you enter Taibai Temple, just hit the Settings (gear) button and select Exit to make things quicker.

Farming Summon Fus: Mini Walkthrough (MUST Follow!)

Abandoned Ancient Temple

   - Enter again to gain Player EXP and complete an achievement that gives 1 Summon Fu (must follow steps).
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Bug
   - Important Note: If you entered the stage and it is already showing "100% Stage Completion", that's a game bug! If that happens, just go straight to the underground and exit the stage.
   - Skip the guide below and go to the "Claim Rewards!" section, otherwise, just continue.

   - Near the spawn point, break the 2 pots, cross the bridge and attack the blue spirit enemy, then break 1 pot nearby (lower right). Go near the entrance of the temple, defeat the hiding enemy (right side), then break another 2 pots here (that's 5 total pots).

   - Go inside the temple, then defeat the boss.
   - Go underground, break all 10 pots (right side first then left), defeat remaining 2 enemies here then exit.
   - You should now have 100% Stage Completion.

Claim Rewards!

   - Go to Reward > Achievement > Stage Unlock > Claim 1 Summon Fu. If it's not available, then that means that you skipped something above, or it's because of the game bug.
   - Don't worry your effort won't go to waste, because that is needed to complete the Daily Quest: (Clear Any Stage 3 Times), and to open the 2nd Activity Chest.

   - Go and check your Daily Quests again and claim all rewards to hit Player Lvl 6.

Taoist Hall (Yokai Skills)

Yokai: Spirits Hunt - Taoist Hall Skills
   - Next, go to Taoist Hall (Yokai Skills): Same as above, complete them all. Arrange ranged characters in front of the enemy so they can attack right away, and the others to the sides - move them once the battle starts) After Lesson 9 and 11, you can get 2 Summon Fus.

99 Tower Mode (Clear Floor 7)

   - View and complete the Chapter 3 Story Mode to unlock the "99 Tower" Mode.
   - Clear until Floor 7 to get another 1 Summon Fu from the Events > Objective > 99 Tower section. This should also push your EXP (claim EXP from the Daily Quest) to Player Lvl 7, unlocking another Story Mode (Chapter 4) for another quick 1 Summon Fu from the Objective > Story rewards.

   - At this point, you should have a total of 6 Summon Fu, that's decent enough considering the Tutorial is too long. Now try your luck and do some Summons!

Use Single Summons

Option 1:

   - Do not use the "Penta Summon x5", save the guaranteed SSR draw once you are done with your re-rolled account. Try your luck using "Single Summons" instead, and if you didn't get what you want, log out and play with a new Guest Account.

Option 2

   - Only do the "Penta Summon x5", if you are looking for a specific SSR character. Recommended for experienced players, check Album > Yokai for a list of available SSR characters.

   - Once you are happy with your re-rolls, restart and bind that game to another game account.
Yokai: Spirits Hunt - How To Re-roll Tips and Guide

Recommended Characters to Get?

   - 1) Any SSR character since rates are too low (at the moment).
   - 2) If you can't get any SSR, at least get some nice SR characters.

Notable SR Characters

   - Most SR characters are useful, especially when you need multiple teams for certain game modes. Keep and use them according to what you need, you may also use other R characters with similar skills if you want.
   - TIP: Just check their Skills to see what they can do.

Team Healers

   - Similar to Jiang Zhou Yue (starter character). You can get SR Kiki from login rewards, but if you can draw at least 1 duplicate, it would really help her evolve later on.

   - Examples: 
   - KikiYun-sheng, or Fudekozo
   - Note: In this game, you can only heal your team if the healer attacks or join combo attacks, so it's great if you have at least 2 Healers

Support Characters 

   - Just check their top most ATK skill to see what they can do.
   - These are characters that can do debuffs to ALL enemies(some Bosses are immune to debuffs though), or give buffs to ALL allies. You can use them as support to your main or backups characters for certain modes for example.

   - Example: 
   - Feng Sheng (Debuffer): 100% chance to reduce all enemies' DEF by 30% for 1 round.

All Enemies/DoT - Damage Dealers

   - Characters that can damage all enemies, pretty useful against multiple enemies, and to offset healers.

   - Examples: 
   - Asura (Crit: 75% chance to inflict burning DMG equal to 10% of ATK points to all enemies for 2 rounds.) Some Bosses are immune to burn, poison and other DoT damage though.
   - Bai Su Zhen (All enemies).

Control Characters

   - SR characters that can stun, sleep, or freeze the target/s.
   - Pretty useful especially against certain Bosses (some Bosses are immune to control though) or strong characters in PVP. These guys can also disrupt combos set ups.

   - Example: 
   - Huang Yu Lang (Sleep): Damage with 10% chance to sleep for 1 round (more chances with crits and upgrades).

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Barbarian Wars: Hero Idle - Team Build to Clear Stages and Defeat Bosses


Here's some tips and guide on how to push and clear Normal Stages and defeat Bosses in the RPG idle merger mobile game app - Barbarian Wars: A Hero Idle Merger Game.

Refer below for example Team Builds and Heroes used to clear the first 500 stages, until Stage 1000!

Heroes Used Until Stage 500+

   - Here's an example list of heroes that I used, and their upgrades after clearing the first 500 stages. You can probably do it with less upgrades, I am an idle player so I might have farmed more Gold, Keys, and merged Soldiers.
Barbarian Wars: Hero Idle - Teams to Push Stages and Defeat Bosses

Front Units

   - Armored Warrior +3 Lvl 300 (Tank).
   - One-armed Toothless +3 Lvl 290 (Off-Tank, Splash Damage, currently maxing).
   - Chief Thorkell +2 Lvl 200 (For cover and damage absorber, upgrade more if needed).

Back Units

   - Black Crow +3 Lvl 200 (Splash Damage, mainly for clearing mobs).
   - Blood Sorcerer +2 Lvl 200 (MVP for Boss fights because of stun locks!).
   - Freya Devotee +3 Lvl 200 (Team healer).
   - White Owl +1 Lvl 200 (Splash Damage, team support with slow, works well with Thorkell).

Alternatives

   - Sorcerer: If you still don't have Blood Sorcerer.
   - Nord Spearman: Alternative to White Owl.
   - Any High HP Heroes: Alternative to One-armed Toothless.

Accessories Used

Barbarian Wars Hero Idle - Accessories

ATK +% Accessories

   - Behemoth's Mane: ATK +20%
   - Behemoth's Claw: ATK +15%

Cooltime -% Accessories

   - Ultima's Horn: Cooltime -20%
   - Hera's Ring: Cooltime -15%
   - Behemoth's Book: Cooltime -10%

Summoned Beasts Used

Barbarian Wars Hero Idle - Beasts

Battle Beast

Behemoth:

   - Buff: ATK +10%
   - Skill: 200% Splash Damage, Slows down for 20 sec.
   - *Probably easier with Ultima's skill, but Behemoth's Slow is really good.

Sub Beasts

   - Ultima: ATK +15%
   - Salamander: Cooltime -10%

When is the Best Time Use Sub Beasts? 

   - I would suggest using them during the first and last wave of the stage, right before your tank reaches the enemies, this way you can use them twice per stage.
   - Cool-down also resets after clearing a stage.

Strategy To Push Stages

Idle Team Used: 

   - Armored Warrior, Toothless, Crow, Blood Sorcerer, Freya, and White Owl/Chief Thorkell.

   - Just let your team normally clear the easier stages, then do manual pushing once they get stuck. If you can no longer push it to a certain stage, try to upgrade your heroes or team.
   - Note: This is not the only way push stages, only use for reference.

Advancing and Clearing Mobs

Use Chief Thorkell To Absorb Damages!

   - Team Used:
   - Freya, Crow, Blood Sorcerer, White Owl, Chief Thorkell and Armored Warrior.
Barbarian Wars Advancing and Clearing Mobs
   - Let Chief Thorkell dive in and cover your entire team from incoming damages, and to help your tank come closer without taking any damages. If you have White Owl, he will sometimes cast slow to help reduce incoming damages.
   - Once Chief Thorkell is defeated or about to die, quickly switch him with Toothless (or any decent off-tank you have, best with Splash Damage skill).
   - Next, continue and  clear the mobs.

How To Defeat Bosses

Clear the Mobs and Stun Lock Boss!

   - Let Black Crow and your other units that can do Splash Damages to quickly clear the mobs near the Boss.
   - Now, this is where the MVP Blood Sorcerer comes in, his job is to immobilize and stun lock the Boss. If the Boss comes in with his mobs, just hope that he will use his AoE immobilize skill to stun them all.
   - Note: If things didn't go according to plan, just try again.

Heal Up Your Tanks!

   - While the boss is stunned, let your tanks (Armored Warrior and Toothless) get healed first, then switch Toothless with Chief Thorkell to let him heal too before moving to the next wave.
   - TIP: If you need more time to heal up, temporarily switch out some of your damage dealers, then put them back before the boss dies.
Barbarian Wars Switching Strategy
   - TIP: If you are in the final wave, you'll get a nice HP recovery once you clear the stage, and also plan ahead and make sure Chief Thorkell is in before the next stage.
   - At this point, you now have the original team of heroes, refer to the top section again and repeat the steps. Good Luck! ^^

Once You Clear Stage 500

   - From here on, Stage 501~790 should be pretty easy, and it looks like things are very familiar as well...

Stages 790~800

   - Same strategy above, switch out DPS units if you need to heal more.
   - If all 3 tanks are not enough, switch any high HP unit you have, preferably with Splash Damage skill + decent upgrades to keep the boss busy until it get immobilized.

Stages 820~850

   - Same strategy above, but you might need more meat.
   - Example Tanks Used: Armored Warrior and Toothless Lvl 300, Chief Thorkell Lvl 275, Army Band Captain Skald Lvl 250 (or use other high HP heroes).
   - Note: All 4 tanks must have near full HP before every wave, use Army Band Captain Skald (if you have him) to help heal the party if needed. Be smart and switch out full HP tanks/off-tanks to heal the others, then switch Chief Thorkell back again to lead the pack!

   - After clearing Stage 850, you can now rest because you'll get 2 node stages again.

Stages 850~900+

   - Auto battle with upgraded Black Crow 275+ (to clear out higher HP mobs and ranged enemies), Freya 200, Blood Sorcerer 200, Chief Thorkell/Army Band Captain Skald 275, Toothless and Armored Warrior 300.
   - At this point your tanks should have around +5 dupe upgrades.

Stages 900~1000

   - Just continue using the strategy above once you get stuck, but upgrade them with dupes as well, get more meaty tanks if needed.
   - This is where you should start farming more Heroes to upgrade your key Heroes to Legend Heroes, to make things a lot easier! Good Luck! ^^


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