Age of Heroes: Conquest – Tips and Tricks Guide: Hints, Cheats, and Strategies

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Age of Heroes: Conquest is a new mobile RPG for the iOS and Android platforms by 5th Planet Games. In this game you can build a collection of characters, fight through a story mode and through all kinds of quests and events, and even join a guild and team up with other players for increases bonuses. You can collect gold, rubies, and a whole host of excellent weapons. Read on for some tips and tricks for Age of Heroes: Conquest!

When you’re in a new battle, you won’t be able to speed it up beyond the level that it starts at, at all. However, if you are replaying an old battle for drops and experience, go to the top left corner of the screen and hit the 1X button. Speed it up to 2X or 3X to make grind battles go by a whole lot more quickly.

You can only level your heroes up so far before you have to collect more stars in order to increase their level cap. Go to old levels that you have only earned 1 or 2 stars on to earn more. Three stars is awarded when you get all the way through a level without losing any heroes, so old levels are easy money. Hit the hard mode too for even more star-boosting opportunities.

In addition to leveling up your heroes, you earn weapons and armor occasionally, so go to the heroes menu, tap on one of them and look for a flashing empty equipment slot so that you can give them a piece of equipment. Equipment with more than one star can be upgraded, as well.

Hero shards allow you to summon new heroes; you just have to earn enough of them, then scroll down in the hero menu to the one that you want to summon, and make it appear. If you already have the hero, then you can fuse if you have enough shards to do so, in order to increase its star rarity.

Any time that you see the quest menu button flashing, go there because there are rewards to collect, usually including free rubies. Rubies are the premium currency of the game and are used to purchase rare heroes and equipment in the market. The common summon is free twice a day, but spend cash on it to complete your equipment loads extra quickly.

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