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How to play Monster Galaxy Exile (iOS) part 3: FAQ, Walkthrough and Beginner’s Guide

Welcome to part 3 of the Monster Galaxy Exile beginner’s guide. Click here to go back to part 2 of the Monster Galaxy Exile walkthrough.

As noted before, starseeds are needed to catch Moga, and blue coffee restores your energy. In the middle of battle, blue coffee also restores the hit points of a Moga who has less than full hit points, but at least 1 hit points. Only a nap can restore a Moga who has 0 hit points. To put a Moga down for a nap, go to the Team button and hit the “zzz” button that pops up next to any injured Moga. They will typically finish their naps somewhere between 20 and 50 minutes, depending on rarity and hit points.

Once you put a Moga down for a nap, they are removed from your active team. You can also remove any Moga from your active team by hitting the red minus button next to their icons, and replace them with any other Moga. It’s a good idea to keep at least 3 backup Mogas who are adequately leveled up from battling, just in case a tough monster knocks off your main team.

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Experience points are earned from battles. All three of your active Moga will gain experience no matter who has fought, but each Moga that has actually fought in a battle will earn a small bonus. The biggest bonuses come from catching the Moga that you are fighting, which can earn you between a 3x and 5x bonus depending on rarity. Each time that your Moga gains experience, its attack and hit points increase. Once a Moga reaches its maximum level (which entirely depends on the individual type of Moga), it can’t gain anymore experience.

Go down to the Menu button and go to “Tamer” to see how many total Moga you caught (out of 137 maximum), and to play the Lucky Moga game (which can earn you epic and legendary Moga), as well as to socially share your accomplishments. You can also claim your daily prize which earns you free Starseeds or Blue Coffee.

And finally, if you are low on Moga Cash (the premium currency of the game), Starseeds or Blue Coffee, you can buy more of them in the shop tab.

That’s all for Monster Galaxy! Enjoy the game!