Nonstop Knight 2 is a new semi-idle RPG for the iOS and Android platforms that serves as the follow-up to the original Nonstop Knight some years back. Your goal in this game is to make it through dungeons and quests and manage your character as effectively as possible, upgrading his or her equipment and using their skills to get through battle without harm.
You can fight against swarms of standard enemies and bosses, and on your way you can earn coins, shards, and other goodies, while also upgrading your weapons and armor to be as strong as it can be.
Read on for some tips and tricks for Nonstop Knight 2!
In general, the battle will go on by itself, but one thing that you have control of in the battle is the use of each of your skills. You have three of them at a time, and most of them allow you to unleash special attacks, while some of them heal or buff your character when you activate them. Your three starter skills are all attacking skills.
Most skills have AoE damage, so use skills to clear out a whole row or group of enemies. The most useful skills also do passive damage for a period of time, such as burn or poison. Not only are these great to use against crowds, but against bosses, too. Bosses are susceptible because they’re large, therefore they are bigger targets for the passive damage area.
You pick up a ton of equipment as you go; some of it is useful, and some of it is not. Every time a green dot appears next to an equipment slot, that means that you have new equipment unlocked, but sometimes the equipment is weaker and/or has an inferior secondary trait to your current equipment. If you have no use for a piece of equipment, then sell it.
Selling equipment can earn you a small amount of coins, which doesn’t seem like a lot, but when you sell several pieces of equipment, you’ll end up racking up large quantities of gold in a short time. Save up that gold, and then use it towards upgrading your equipment, for huge statistical boost – literally, you can take a common/low-power piece of equipment and gain a lot of power with it just from one single upgrade.
Even though you can give a huge boost to common pieces of equipment, have some patience and keep grinding for some coins so that you can upgrade your rarer pieces of equipment. One reason for this, besides getting a larger boost per upgrade, is that rarer equipment often comes in sets. If you equip the entire set, you get a third type of major boost, as well.
When you finish fighting all of the standard battles and the boss battle is ready, your character will keep fighting until you hit the boss battle open. You won’t earn any extra rewards for waiting and letting your heroes defeat enemies, though; you’re better off fighting the boss as soon as possible so that you can earn your major rewards and move onto the next battle.