Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast is a new mobile RPG for the iOS and Android platform. You star as Iron Maiden’s famous mascot Eddie, and you can build up an entire cast of characters inspired by Iron Maiden song lyrics and quest through a world designed after Iron Maiden’s album covers, and the entire soundtrack is, of course, done by Iron Maiden themselves. Read on for some tips and tricks for Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast!
You’ll spend much of the game accruing new characters, seemingly starting right at the very beginning, but of course not all of them will be able to join your party, so only the strongest ones will be able to stay in. Usually you can simply look at the star ratings and go from there, but much of the time a lower-star character can be more effective than a higher-star character. Examples include strong healers, high overall stat characters (unusually high for their star level) or a character whose standard attack damages all enemies, rather than just one.
During battles you can pick the speed and you can set the battle to auto-battle. Double speed can be enabled at any time with no ill-effects; however, auto-battle, while useful for most standard battles, should be disabled for the more difficult ones. You’ll only get perfect hits around one quarter of the time and the targeting will be a little bit odd. Battling manually, you can take advantage of type advantages and earn yourself a perfect score every time.
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When powering up your character, use red shards on red types, blue shards on blue types and green shards on green types for experience multiplier boosts. If you run out of shards, fighting in more battles is generally your main way of earning them. Battles will also provide experience to your characters, so if you have a new one that you want to train up, throw it into some slightly older battles for experience and shards.
Add players to your trooper list in the Troopers tab in order to rent their leader to use in your battles. They can rent your leader as well, and when they do, you earn trooper points which can then be spent on more souls, meaning more troopers – and better troopers, the more you spend on them. Save up your trooper badges for rarer troopers.
Ironite is the premium currency in this game and is the most sure-fire way to purchase the rarest form of souls. You can purchase ironite in the IAP store, but if you don’t want to spend real-life money, ironite can often be found as a boss reward or for completing many of the quest in the “Rewards” menu.