Tap Titans 2 is the sequel to the smash-hit Tap Titans by Game Hive, and pets are one of the most important new additions to the game. Each pet has its own special powers and abilities, and pets can be leveled up almost infinitely, to the point where they start to become the cornerstone of the game, beyond even your Sword Master and your heroes. Read on for a guide on acquiring, leveling, and proper use of your pets and all of their abilities!
Getting more pets is fairly straightforward in the game. There are two ways to earn pets. One is to hatch one pet egg every four hours (or two pet eggs every eight hours). Check back frequently to see when your new pet eggs show up. When two eggs are ready to hatch, the cooldown timer will stop counting down. When you hatch one or both, the timer will begin again. You can also buy pets in the store using gems. Each successive purchase in the same day will double in price (25, 50, 100 etc)
Each pet is leveled up as soon as you get a duplicate pet. So if you have one Polly, you’ll level that Polly up to 2 when you get another Polly. Each pet can be leveled all the way up to level 100, and any pet that’s leveled up that high will have a massive effect. After level 5, your pets will gain passive bonuses as well as active ones.
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Each pet has its own purposes and its own strategies that will increase the effectiveness. Here is how to best use each one:
Demos and Nova: Increase all damage dealt. Rarely the best choice.
Toto and Tempest: Increase all damage dealt by heroes. Use when focusing more on your heroes damage than your Sword Master damage, likely after multiple prestiges.
Bubbles and Polly: Gold multiplier. Use at any time for speedy upgrades. Switch to these heroes immediately before beating a boss or a mimic.
Fluffers: Faster Mana regeneration. Makes it easy to do a quick push past nasty bosses.
Phobos/Hamy: Tap damage multiplier. If you like to tap actively, this is your best bet. Also, the multiplier applies to the pet attacks.
Kit: Splash Damage. A percentage of damage carries over to the next titan. Worthless early on but absolutely killer once it’s leveled up significantly.
The rest of them: Ranged/Melee/Spell damage boosts. Best used if you have one or two highly overpowered heroes, to boost the advantage that they give you.
Pet damage refers to how much damage they will do when they use their lightning attack (activates after every 20 taps). The percentage is a percentage of the total tap damage. Note that Phobos and Hamy’s listed pet damage will actually be multiplied by the amount of tap damage that they do, making them potentially extremely useful especially at high levels.
The artifact called Furies Bow will be extremely useful as your pets become more of a part of the game. This artifact boosts the overall pet damage, making it very easy to destroy Titans using pets who already have a load of pet damage to them.