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Brave Frontier: List of all Arena Ranks, Rewards, and required ABP

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Brave Frontier’s arena mode is one of your best shots at earning some rare prizes (or some free gems, which are always fun as well. Battle against other players in the Arena and you can earn arena battle points, or ABP, and when you reach certain ABP milestones, you’ll earn a reward. Read on for the full list of ranks in the arena and the rewards that you can get for attaining certain ranks!

Rookie is the rank that you start off with. Obviously, this requires no points and earns you no rewards. You earn Novice with 500 ABP, and you’ll earn one gem as a reward.
Amateur is earned at 1200 ABP and earns you a Mech Sword.
Warrior is earned at 2000 ABP and earns you a Flesh Armor.
Contender is earned at 3000 ABP and wins you another Gem.
Brawler is attained at 5000 ABP and earns you a Star Blade.

Heavyweight is earned at 8000 ABP and will earn you a Giant Stone.
Duelist is earned at 12000 ABP and will earn you another Gem.
Tactician is won at 15000 ABP, and along with that comes a Stealth Robe.
Commander is earned at 18000 and earns you a Thief Bracer.
Berserker is earned at 23000 points, and you’ll get another Gem.
Gladiator is earned at 28000 ABP, and you’ll earn a Sacred Jewel.
Champion is earned at 33000 ABP, and a Demon Robe is your reward.

Sage is earned at 38000 ABP, and your reward is another Gem.
Virtuoso is earned at 46000 ABP, and your reward is a Soul Spear.
Saint is earned at 54000 ABP, and you earn a Holy Crown.
Guardian is earned at 62000 ABP, and you earn another Gem.
Knight is earned at 70000 ABP, with a Glass Crown as a reward.
Dragoon is earned at 80000 points, and you’ll earn a Death Axe as compensation.

Titan is earned at 90000 ABP, and you’ll earn another Gem.
Juggernot is earned at 100000 points, with the reward being a Prized Cloth.
Behemoth is 110000 ABP, and the reward is a Hero Stone.
General is 120000 ABP, and a Gem is your reward.
Warlord is 130000 ABP, and a Star Helm is your reward.
Crusader, which is earned at 140000 ABP, earns you a Refined Gem.
Master, which is earned at 150000 ABP, earns you a Gem.
Hero, which is 160000 ABP, earns you a Divine Spear.
Legend, which is attained at 170000 ABP, earns you a Divine Stone.

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Brave Frontier – Full Evolution List, Part 3

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LIGHT UNITS:
Knight Atro = Squire Atro + one nymph
Holy Knight Atro = Knight Atro + one spirit and one idol
Goddess Atro = Holy Knight Atro + two nymphs, one spirit, one idol and one totem
Sunshine Luna = Luna + two nymphs and one spirit
Holy Queen Luna = Sunshine Luna + two nymphs, one spirit and one idol
King Glowy = Glowy + one nymph

Light Lord Mimir = Sage Mimir + one nymph
Archangel = Angel + one mimic
Pegasus = Unicorn + one nymph and two mimics
Angel Maria = Priestess Maria + one nymph, one spirit and one mimic
Sky Hero Athena = Valkyrie + three spirits, and one bat mimic
Holy Shot Heidt = Cowboy Heidt + one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic
Bahamut = Wyvern + one idol and one bat mimic
Rameldria = Bahamut+ one nymph, one spirit, one totem, one mimic and one bat mimic

Holy Knight Will = Knight Will + three spirits and one idol
God Knight Will = Holy Knight Will + Two nymphs, one idol, one totem and one bat mimic
Adventurer Alma = Traveler Alma + three nymphs, one spirit and one mimic
Hero Alma = Adventurer Alma + two nymphs, one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic

DARK UNITS:
Heavy Magress = Iron Magress + one nymph
Black Magress = heavy Magress + one spirit and one idol
Death Magress = Black Magress + two nymphs, one spirit, one idol and one totem
Samurai Mifune = Mifune + two nymphs and one spirit
King Gloomy = Gloomy + one nymph
Magician Lily = Sorceress Lily + one nymph

Skeleton King = Skeleton + one mimic
Zahhak = Medusa + two nymphs and one spirit
Succubus = Lilin + one nymph, one spirit and one mimic
Lich = Vampire + three spirits and one bat mimic
Garroter Sheida = Sheida + one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic
Hell King Hades = Memetes + one idol and one bat mimic
Death God Lodaga = Hell King Hades + one nymph, one spirit, one totem, one mimic and one bat mimic
Scythe Alice = Alice + three spirits, one idol
Scythe God Alice = two nymphs, one idol, one totem and one bat mimic

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Brave Frontier – Full Evolution List, Part 2

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EARTH UNITS:
Vine Pike Lance = Pikeman Lance + a nymph
Earth Pike Lance = Vine Pike Lance + one spirit and one idol
Nature God Lance = Earth Pike Lance + Two nymphs, one spirit, one idol and one totem
Marksman Lario = Archer Lario + one spirit, two nymphs
Hawkeye Lario = Marksman Lario + two nymphs, one spirit, and one idol
King Mossy = Mossy + one nymph
Time Mage Claris = Geomancer claris + one nymph
Polevik = Mandragora + one mimic
Head Bandit Zaza = Bandit Zaza + two nymphs and one spirit

Titania = Fairy + one nymph and two mimics
Ent = Trent + one nymph, one spirit and one mimic
High Elf = Dryad + three spirits and one bat mimic
Queen Lidith = Princess Lidith + one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic
World Tree Altro = Great Tree Alneu + one idol and one bat mimic
God Tree Eltri = World Tree Altro + one nymph, one spirit, one totem, one bat mimic and one mimic
Gun King Douglas = Gunner Douglas + three spirits and one idol
Gun God Douglas = Gun King Douglas + two nymphs, one idol, one totem, and one bat

THUNDER UNITS:
Thunder Eze = Warrior Eze + one nymph
Thunder King Eze = Thunder Eze + one spirit and one idol
Thunder God Eze = Thunder King Eze + two nymphs, one spirit, one idol, and one totem
Strategist Weiss = Advisor Weiss + two nymphs, one spirit
Commander Weiss = Strategist Weiss + two nymphs, one spirit and one idol
King Sparky = Sparky + one nymph
High Dancer May = Dancer May + one nymph
Aero = Harpy + one mimic
Sky Boss Grafl = Sky Pirate Grafl + two nymphs and one spirit
Cyclops = Minotaur + one nymph and two mimics
Sylph = Djin + one nymph, one spirit and one mimic

Great Falcon Ziz = Thunderbird + Three spirits and one bat mimic
Sky King Falma = Sky Knight Falma + one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic
King Behemoth = Behemoth + one idol and one bat mimic
Alpha Behemoth = King Behemoth + one nymph, one spirit, one totem, one mimic and one bat mimic
Princess Emilia = Emilia + three spirits and one idol
Goddess Emilia = Princess Emilia + two nymphs, one idol, one totem and one bat mimic

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Brave Frontier – Full Evolution List – How to evolve every single unit in the game

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Brave Frontier is one of the more popular recent RPGs to come out on the iOS and Android platforms! Like many games of its type, you can evolve most of the units that you recruit. The evolution method is far more difficult than many other games of the genre – usually you require a whole bunch of different materials and massive amounts of Zel. The game doesn’t tell you what you need, either. However, we’ll tell you EXACTLY what you need!

This list will be organized by elements, so for a specific element character, you’ll need the nymphs, spirits, and idols (as needed) of that matching element. For example, for a fire character you will need the fire element.

FIRE CHARACTERS:
Burning Vargas = Fencer Vargas + 1 Nymph
Fire King Vargas = Burning Vargas + One Spirit and One Idol
Fire God Vargas = Fire King Vargas + Two Nymphs, one Spirit, one Idol and one Totem
Rage Beast Zegar = Beast Zegar + two nymphs and one spirit
Fire Beast Zegar = Rage Beast Zegar + one nymph, one spirit, and one idol

King Burny = Burny + one nymph
Warlock Liza = Witch Liza + one nymph
Redcap = Goblin + a mimic
Head Thief Lion = Thief Lion + Two Nymphs and One Spirit
Cerberus = Orthos + one nymph and one mimic
Ifrit = Salamander + one nymph, one spirit and one mimic
Dragon Gavern = Firedrake + Three spirits and one bat mimic
Fire Knight Agni = Knight Agni + one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic
Lava Phoenix = Phoenix + One idol and one bat mimic
God Phoenix = Lava Phoenix + one nymph, one spirit, one totem, one mimic and one bat mimic
Fire Knight Lava = Lava + three spirits and one idol
Fire God Lava = Fire Knight Lava + two nymphs, one idol, one totem and one bat mimic

WATER UNITS:
Ice Selena = Selena + one nymph
Ice Queen Selena = Ice Selena + one spirit and one idol
Ice God Selena = Ice Queen Selena + two nymphs, one spirit, one idol, and one totem
Knight Zephu = Zephu + two nymphs and one spirit
Dragoon Zephu = Knight Zephu + two nymphs, one spirit and one idol
King Squirty = Squirty + one nymph
Healer Merith = Priest Merith + one nymph
Sahuagin = Merman + one mimic

Plunderer Verica = Pirate Verica + two nymphs and one spirit
Scylla = Ramia + One nymph and two mimics
Legtos = Rantoul + One spirit and one mimic
Siren = Undine + one nymph, one spirit, and one mimic
Ice Ruler Sergio = Knight Sergio+ one spirit, one idol and one bat mimic
Loch Ness = Leviathan + One idol and one bat mimic
Malnaplis = Loch Ness + One nymph, one spirit, one totem, one mimic and one bat mimic
Commander Mega = War Captain Mega + Two nymphs, one idol, one totem, one bat mimic
Snow Blade Stya = Stya + Three nymphs, one spirit, and one mimic
Frost Queen Stya = Snow Blade Stya + Two nymphs, one spirit, one idol, and one bat mimic

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Brave Frontier – Part 4 of the Walkthrough, Wiki, FAQ and Beginner’s Guide

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Welcome to part four of the Brave Frontier beginner’s guide! Click here to go back to part three of the guide.

The social component is a huge aspect of this game. You can earn honor points by using other player’s leaders in battle, but if it’s your friend’s leader, then you’ll earn double the honor points. You can send friend requests after every battle, including arena battles, so send as many as possible, and accept the requests that other players send you. As you gain experience levels, your maximum friend count will increase.

You and your friends can send each other gifts, as well. If you want a specific gift (such as honor points), be sure to specify that in the request column. Send them gifts and they will be more likely to remember to send gifts to you.

Under the “special” tab, you can enter Serial Codes for special bonuses. Typically, they are given out to compensate players for contest rewards or for gems that have accidentally been lost – however, look for limited time promotions from the developers, because they can send out Serial Codes at any time.

In the Summon area, you can do two types of summons. 200 Honor Points earn you one Honor Summon, which typically earns you a 2-3 star card. Rare summons can be purchased with 5 gems apiece, and usually will earn you a super rare 4-star card. Go to the store to buy more gems (or Arena Orbs, Item Spaces, Energy Refills, and other things which cost you gems to buy), but try to save your gems for the rare summons.

Other options are in the Menu Area, which is in the Home tab. Go to the menu to read a more detailed FAQ on the game, as well as find links to the official Facebook and Wikia pages for the game. You’ll even find options for the game, which mainly deal with being able to turn the sound on and off. Plus, you can connect your account in the game to Facebook, which will allow you to save across multiple devices.

Now you are ready to master Brave Frontier! Become one of the top players in the game using this advice!

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Brave Frontier – Part 3 of the Walkthrough, Wiki, FAQ and Beginner’s Guide

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Welcome to part three of the Brave Frontier beginner’s guide! Click here to go back to part two of the guide.

Under the Units tab, you’ll be able to manage your party. Go to View Units to check out all of the information that you need. You’ll see their stats, their rarity and their types. Rarity is measured from 1 to 5 stars, with one star units being very common, and extremely rare 5-star units being almost impossible to find. Unit Types indicate statistical and Brave Burst bias – Lords are balanced, Anima have high health, Breakers have high attack, Guardians have high defense, and Oracles are healers with relatively weak statistics for their rarity and level.

Fusion is the only way to level up your units, since they don’t gain any experience points through battles. To fuse, you’ll pick one main unit and up to five sacrifice units. Each unit sacrificed will give experience to the gaining one, and as it gains experience levels, its stats will increase higher and higher. If you sacrifice a unit that has the same Brave Burst as the gaining unit, the gaining unit also has a chance to earn a Brave Burst upgrade.

Once a unit is at its max level, it can evolve. Evolving units is done by sacrificing the right combination of elemental nymphs, icons, spirits, as well as (for rarer units) Mimics and Totems. These are units that can’t gain levels via fusion – when you earn them, SAVE THEM. You won’t know which evolution materials a specific unit needs until that material unit is part of your collection. Before that, it will merely show up as a question mark.

Evolving a unit will knock its level back down to 1, and erase all experience-related statistical gains – however, it will increase the rarity of said unit, as well as increase every one of this unit’s base stats. Finally, you can also sell units from the unit screen.

Two special kinds of units will often pop up during events – jewel units and metal units (in the form of ghosts, kings and gods). Metal units are best used in fusion as they will impart a HUGE quantity of experience to the gaining unit. Jewel units can be sold for high quantities of Zel.

Be sure to take advantage of the ability to create multiple squads in the “Manage Squad” screen. Your main squad should consist of your most powerful units, while your auxiliary squads should be based on element, since many of the quests and limited-edition vortex gates consist almost entirely of one single enemy element.

Click here for part four of the beginner’s guide to Brave Frontier!

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Brave Frontier – Walkthrough, Wiki, FAQ and Beginner’s Guide

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Welcome to the beginner’s guide to Brave Frontier! Brave Frontier has become the most popular free-to-play RPG on the iOS and Android platforms since it was released. With collection elements reminiscent of games such as Pokemon and card battling games, you can play with hundreds of potential characters. There are countless quests to go on, battle opportunities against other players, and limited time events that you can play. Read on for the beginner’s guide to Brave Frontier!

As you start the game off, you’ll be introduced to the main questing mode first. The battle system here is fairly simple. You’ll have six characters in a battle. Tap on one character to have them attack a random enemy. If you want them to target a specific enemy, tap the enemy to place a target on them, then tap your characters to attack.

As your characters attack, their “Brave Burst” meter will build up. The Brave Burst attack is made available when the bar is full. To activate it, tap and hold the character with the full bar, then swipe up after about half a second. Brave Bursts can target one enemy, multiple enemies, every enemy, or even heal your characters, depending on which character it belongs to. Each specific character has a different Brave Burst.

When you win, you will earn Zel, Karma and experience points. Zel and Karma are two of the main forms of currency – more on them later. You’ll also acquire new units and crafting materials. New units can be added to your active army, while crafting materials can be used to craft new items in your town area. After you complete a whole quest area, you’ll also earn bonuses including a free gem (the premium currency of the game).

When you gain enough experience points to fill the experience point bar, you’ll gain a level, and when you gain a level, all of your energy will be restored. Energy is used each time you engage in a quest, so gaining levels is your way to keep on playing without having to spend gems or to wait for your energy to come back.

Elements play a role in battle – they can have a huge effect on the damage that you deal or that you take. Fire (red) beats earth (green), earth beats electric (yellow), electric beats water (blue) and water beats fire. Light and dark type fighters are strong against each other and weak against others of the same type.

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Brave Frontier – How to get honor points, ABP and Serial Codes

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Brave Frontier is a new role playing game with collection elements for the iOS and Android platforms. Honor Points are a form of social currency in the game that are mainly used to purchase standard summons. ABP, or arena battle points, are used to increase your rank in the arena. Serial Codes can give you all sorts of bonuses, depending on what is programmed in by the developer. Read on to find out how to get more of all three!

The main way to earn honor points is by recruiting summoner help during quests and Vortex Gate battles. The more times that you battle, the more players’ leaders that you can recruit, meaning the more honor points that you can earn – so to maximize honor points specifically, you will want to go for the regular quests, which cost less energy, rather than the Vortex Gates, which cost lots of energy.

Add more friends by adding whoever you use for help, and whoever you fight in the arena mode (and anyone else you want to add). When you use a friend’s leader as a helper in battle, you’ll earn 10 honor points, as opposed to five for a stranger’s leader.

Also, you can receive them from your friends as gifts, so make sure to add them to your request list – and to send your friends lots of gifts! Check your event rewards as often as you see the little red number pop up on the home screen next to the treasure chest icon – oftentimes you will earn free honor points from something event-related that you did or as compensation for in game maintenance.

Arena Battle Points are the arena’s ranking points. To get more ABPs, you have to win in the arena – you will lose ABPs if you lose against another player. The stronger the player that you beat, the more ABP you earn for a victory.

However, try to fight against weaker opponents by any means (including backing out of the pre-fight screen so you can get a new opponent). Weaker opponents are a surefire victory, especially if their level is lower than yours and you’ve been enhancing diligently, so you’ll find that your rank can increase faster by fighting weaker players.

Serial codes are codes that will instantly give you a special reward. Keep checking back on the game’s official Facebook page or Twitter (and other sources) to find them, but right now, there are no public serial codes. Serial Codes will mainly be used to compensate specific players for a contest reward outside of the game, or to let a player earn back gems that were lost to developer error.

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Brave Frontier – How to win without spending any money, part 2

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Welcome to part two of the guide for how to win in Brave Frontier without spending any real-life money! Click here to go back to part one of the guide.

Another easy way to blow all of your gems is to become impatient and spend them on getting your energy back. However, instead of doing that, regain your energy by earning enough EXP for a level up. The quests provide a decent amount of EXP – however, the Vortex Gates provide a HUGE amount of EXP – even the Vortex Gate levels that you have already beaten before. Go back to them, win, and you’ll likely earn enough for a level up if your exp bar is anywhere near halfway full.

This is true for all of the Vortex Gates, but one of the daily gates – the Friday one, is especially good for earning EXP, as that is the main point of the Friday gate (besides earning crafting materials). Any of the other ones, though, even the daily gates which don’t specialize in gaining EXP, will level you up quickly, allowing for quick energy refills.

Beyond that, though, when you run out of energy, use that time to do something else. Go to your town and spend your Karma on upgrading things. Go to the Arena and use your Arena Orbs to battle in an attempt to increase your rank. Leveling up will restore your Arena Orbs fully.

Gems can be used to increase your item or unit capacity, but that is generally unnecessary. Fuse or sell the units that you don’t need – there’s no reason to keep around 50 units (which is the maximum number that you can carry without purchasing an increased maximum. Nor is there a general need to have 100 different types of items (or even a possibility of it, unless you’re really trying).

Gems are used to purchase rare summons as well. This is arguably the only worthwhile thing that they are used for. Five gems apiece will do it, and you can earn more than enough free gems from such things as winning a quest area, ranking up in the Arena, or the developers giving away free prizes as compensation for server issues, that you should be able to fill up your entire active battle squad in no time.

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Brave Frontier – How to win without spending any money

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Brave Frontier is the latest smash-hit RPG on the iOS and Android platforms. This is a free game, so it’s rife with in-app purchases, such as gems. Fear not, though, because this game is easily playable and winnable without having to spend any real-life money. Read on to find out how to win at Brave Frontier without spending any money!

Gems are the premium currency of the game, and they are the main in-app purchase as well. Most any other premium item or refill is purchased using Gems, and while they are rare in the game, there are ways to earn them for free and to avoid having to spend them.

You can restart a stage using Gems if you lose in battle, but it’s better to avoid losing in battle in the first place. Make sure to load up on the synthesis items before you go into tough battles. Cures, in particular, are not only very useful, but are cheap and easy to craft, as the crafting materials to find them (Green Drops and Green Grass) are extremely common drops.

Other items will help you in battle as well. Bring antidotes in case your units get poisoned, or tonics, holy water and stimulant for all other ailments. Use Cures and Honor Drops to synthesize Revives, which can bring back a unit whose hit points have been dropped to zero in battle.

Make sure to include healers in your battle party, as well. A healer will usually be of the Oracle type, and will have a Brave Burst special move that will heal everyone in the party. Normally, healers have a slightly weaker attack and health than other types, but if you get a super rare healer, this will obviously not be the case. More than one super rare healer will render you practically unbeatable.

Fusion is the only way to power up your characters in the game by increasing their experience levels. Save up dropped units, and use them as fusion fodder for your normal units. Take advantage of every event that pops up in which you can earn more Metal Ghosts, Metal Kings and Metal Gods, because they will provide your units with insane amounts of experience points, allowing you to very easily max-level your units.

Click here for part two of the guide on how to win without spending any money in Brave Frontier!

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