1 : The Summoning Of Heroes
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Devs want to make it so that if you're running what they consider to be \"weak heroes\", they won't show up on the first round and you won't get shafted. This allows you to manipulate RNG so you only get the heroes you want on the first round. It only works for three heroes on the board, so one you summon your third, you need to start fusing in order to continue getting the same hero.
If it becomes round 2 or you accidentally summon more than 3 units and one appears on the bench, the 5 heroes can be summoned from that point on. People use this strategy to summon only one hero and get it to a high tier at round 1, making farming and clearing many stages a lot easier.
This mechanic refers to what many guides call the \"certain condition,\" and these conditions are basically what most stages start with. In round 1 of most stages, you will notice that you have 3 available unit slots, and if you are running Alter of Greed, summoning 3 heroes will ALWAYS put them on the field in the bottom middle 3 slots. Any future summons will summon them on the bench. If you sell any units on the field WHILE IT IS STILL ROUND 1, then any summons will then be summoned on the field as a replacement to the sold unit.
This means that if you had infinite gold, as long as you were on round 1 and constantly was selling the summoned units that are on the field, you will never see any of these 5 units. As long as these 3 are the only ones holding units, then the 5 aforementioned heroes will never appear. The moment you summon one onto your bench, or it becomes round 2, the condition is now not met and summoning of the 5 heroes will start. (See this reddit post for a short in game demonstration). With this strategy, you can hit strong carries starting at round 1 and breeze through rounds like nothing. The 5 heroes can all be Level 1 while your main carry is Level 14, and this strategy will still work.
The Noble Tavern is a building managed by Dolly that's situated on the left side of the Ranhorn map. Here, players can summon new heroes in the main tavern, try their luck acquiring Heroes, Items, or even 30,000 Diamonds in the Stargazing Room or Temple of Time; or relax with the latest issues of Dolly's Corner featuring inside scoops on heroes and Esperian life.
Summoning is the act of acquiring new heroes in exchange for either Scrolls, Companion Points, or Diamonds. It is the main way for players to enlarge their hero pool throughout the game. The player may choose between four different tabs to summon Heroes from (Produces all Heroes, Companion Pack, Hero Choice Pack, Faction Pack). Each tab has different payment options, as well as different Hero probabilities.
While summoning heroes, players will be awarded all 3 types of emblems used to upgrade Signature items. Emblems can be received at 20, 50, and 80 summons, and a Hero Choice Cards at 100 summons. Afterwards the counter will reset and start again. The prize for 80 summons can sometimes grant 30 Primordial Emblem and 20 Emblem Choice Chests instead of normal rewards, it happens around every 300 - 400 summons.
This tab is designed to summon heroes from a certain faction, called Packs. There are only 4 factions available, and the currently available faction is defined by the game. Every day, the faction changes in the following order: Lightbearer, Mauler, Wilder and lastly Graveborn. This tab has a 100% chance to only summon Heroes from the active faction. Players are also able to change the current faction to any other by paying 300 Diamonds.
It includes a feature known as \"stargazing\" which centers around probability and chance, allowing the player to try their hand at acquiring heroes, artifact fragments, legendary gear, and copious amounts of diamonds.
The Temple of Time is a room located within The Noble Tavern. Similar to the Stargazing Room, its summoning feature centers around probability and chance, allowing the player to try their hand at acquiring Emblems, T1 and T2 Stones, Mythic Gear, copious amounts of Diamonds, and more.
Dolly's Corner is a bi-monthly tabloid hosted by Dolly in the tavern. Players can read through issues to see teasers for upcoming heroes, interviews, and general trivia on various aspects of Esperian life. Each issue generally has 9 pages.
1. The summoning wizard must have fewer than 6 Heroes under his employ at the time. The game checks this when the spell is selected for casting, and warns the player of this. If the spell is cast anyway, and completed before one or more Heroes are dismissed or lost in battle, the spell fails.
Summons are a type of units that are created with spells. Players do not encounter them, unless they play as, with or against certain heroes. Summons are usually under the control of the summoning unit's player, but most of them can be converted by the enemy. Only very few of them cannot be controlled. Summoned units usually live only for a certain amount of time (although some stay permanently, until killed) after being summoned and a player can have a limited amount of summons.
These summons are special in a way that they are treated as heroes by most (but not all) abilities and effects. They are more powerful than other summons and usually the \"main weapon\" of the heroes that summon them. Compared to most other summons, they do not come in masses but are rather strong individual units. However, as a downside, their bounty is usually quite high, their source ability has a high cooldown or they have other negative effects on the owner upon losing them, so it is important for the player to keep them alive as long as possible.
Like heroes, these clones do not disappear when dying (or expiring). Meepo Clones respawn like regular heroes, while Arc Warden's and Monkey King's clones respawn whenever Tempest Double or Wukong's Command is cast again. These hero clones are almost fully treated like regular heroes, with a few special interactions with some spells for fairness. However, since Meepo's clones and Arc Warden's clone work fundamentally differently (Meepo clones being permanent like heroes, and death to one means death to all, while Arc Warden's clone is rather similar to a summon or an illusion), each have different unique interactions. Monkey King's clones rather act like a spell effect and cannot be interacted with in any way. They stand at set locations and attack nearby enemy heroes automatically until the spell expires.
In general, most heroes have one of two possible rarities when summoned: 3/4-Star or 4/5-Star. A small number of heroes are 5-Star only, while an even smaller number can be all three (if they are naturally 3/4-Star and appear in a Focus).
The twelve Heroes are based on mythological heroes from various cultures, such as King Arthur and Sun Wukong. These Heroes can be discovered during standard gameplay, as well as via the special Heroic Tales city project. Each Hero can only be claimed by one civilization, but one civilization can own multiple Heroes. Though Heroes only last for a set number of turns (referred to as their Lifespan), they have quite extraordinary special abilities and are often mighty warriors. Besides that, they leave behind Heroic Relics which continue providing benefits to their home civilization throughout the game.
The process of getting a Hero (referred to as \"summoning\") is quite different from attracting Great People, and is much simpler. When Heroes are discovered, every city with a Monument can run a special Devotion project dedicated to this Hero - when the project finishes, the respective Hero will appear in this city. The very first Devotion project you run is cheap (costing 20 Production on Standard speed), while subsequent Devotion projects are quite a bit more expensive. One civilization can claim many Heroes, but each city can claim only one Hero - a city which is already home to a Hero cannot summon any others. The relevant projects in this city won't appear anymore, because the citizens there have already given their spiritual allegiance. Once a Hero is claimed, they will consider the city that summons them their home.
Except for Himiko, all Heroes are military units with combat statistics that scale according to era, but are always slightly higher than other units' that belong to the same era. This gives them an edge against all current units, but it does not make them immortal! Keep in mind that since all Heroes have a limited Lifespan, and their combat statistics will depend only on the era they are summoned/recalled (i.e., those statistics will not be adjusted when the era changes), it is a good idea to refrain from summoning them at the end of an era.
The Fated Summon will stay open after have picked a hero, but you can only select other heroes next time.If you pick all of the options, then the Fated Summon deactivates until the hero list is refreshed.
Here I fixed it for you. I consider myself a long term player (4 years) but as a F2P the first year and then a VC2P (just VIP and valor passes), I have none of the proposed heroes apart from the season 1 ones. So many of them are still very interesting to fill my roster.
Fated summons exist to circumvent gambling laws, because now they can say with full confidence that someone spending $100 for 100 pulls is guaranteed to get at least 1 5* hero. With that, they claim 5* heroes are worth $100 to the playerbase and therefore summoning is not gambling but buying 5* heroes in installments, with a chance of getting even more than 1 hero.
Just like Summon Hero, Summon Equipment means summoning Equipment This includes all Weapon types and accessories, but not items like the Strengthening Hammer. In addition to Mileage Ticket, every single summon gives you 10 which can be used to purchase Equipment Boxes, Epic Limit Breaking Hammer and Option Change Stones in Kamazon.
With the New Portal Update (Feb-2019), the VIP Portal and the Honor Portal had been removed. A few months later, the VIP 5 Portal Boost event was introduced. On Wednesday, all players with a VIP Level of 5 or higher can choose one of four pre-selected heroes. The choosen hero has a 15% drop chance. All summons function normally as usual but with an increased chance for the selected hero. 59ce067264