Welcome To The Dungeon is a unique new card battling game for the iOS and Android platforms. This is a game where unlike most, you actually play as the villain who has just been revived as a result of a careless blunder by a couple humans into a human-sacrifice chamber. Now your goal is to spread darkness and gain infamy throughout the land while fighting off a horde of heroes who wants to bring you down. Read on for some tips and tricks for Welcome To The Dungeon!
You start off with three monster spaces in your party, so it’s important to make sure that only the best (the rarest) are put in your party. Star rarity is arguably an even more important indicator of worth than actual stats, because a super rare, 4-6 star monster will be far more powerful, relative to experience level, than any less rare monsters.
You can always sacrifice weaker monsters later to power up your stronger monsters. To make it easy to do so, farm for gold and then spend it on the weakest monster summon, which earns you anywhere from 1-4 star monster, but most commonly one and two stars. This costs only 5,000 gold. Use the monsters you don’t want to keep as fodder for strengthening your preferred monsters.
Pay attention to the elements of each monster and each hero. Fire monsters are strong against grass heroes, grass monsters are strong against water heroes, and water monsters are strong against fire heroes. Light monsters are strong against everybody, except for light heroes, as they will cancel each other out.
As you increase your infamy level, you’ll gradually unlock more monster slots. Farm for experience points (and gold, for that matter) to increase your infamy level by going back to any of the old stages and playing them over and over again. Per battle, it will take a little bit longer than the newer stages will,, but you will be able to hit auto battle every single time, allowing the battle to go by that much faster.
Always set the battle to double speed in order to make sure that it’s over with as quickly as possible and to maximize your resource farming. There is no “energy” limit in this game, so you can play as much as you want, as long as you want, making it pointless not to go double speed.