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To start off we start at training for the long run you have 3 choices in my order of preference here they are

#1: Secret Lab
Great if you have 1m you will have enough for the best (low level) set it is risky but it is good you have a good chance of leveling hit points but if you have a loved pet that you like the species it can be a bad thing (e.g. you have a pirate Krawk and it turns into a blue Blumaroo) but it can change a blue Blumarooo into a pirate Krawk its good and bad but I think its worth it (cost 450k-550k(no more than that).

Lesson 1: The First Turn Freeze

The first turn freeze is a strategy employed by Battledomers early on in their careers, and takes them well into the high end game. At the lowest levels, this is attempted with unreliable freezing, but inexpensive, abilities and weapons such as: fiery gaze, snowglobe staff, and the frost cannons, to name a few options.

The purpose of the first turn freeze is to render an opponent helpless for the second round of combat, allowing the attacking player to get their damage through completely unblocked. Typically this attack will consist of the highest damage weapons in that person’s arsenal with fierce or berserk attack. Honey potions are probably the favorite item to use unblocked, but are expensive. Other weapons in this family include Jhudora’s Potion, Battle Potate, Cake Bomb, Ummagine Battle Muffin, and Ummagine Bomb; there is a long list of once-per-battle high damage weapons. Also in this situation, attackers will typically use very high damage multiple use weapons that are easily blocked, such as the Attack Pea.

Hi everybody! You might (or might not) remember me from the “Hacking secrets revealed” article I sent in once. This is a guide written to help new people to the battledome train their pets and get the most out of their hard earned NP. I myself as a battledomer know how hard it is to make the right decisions, whether it be which weapons I should buy or which training method I should use.

Let’s start off with training. We come across various choices. We have the lab ray, for those who don’t mind its random effects (sex change, change in species, etc). This may be the best method if you have a good 90k to shell out and if you’re not planning on using species weapons (I.E. Iron Lupe Sword). The Lab Ray might change your pet’s species on the first shot, making your specialized weapons useless. The next method we come across is the training school. This is what most people will use to train, but it can prove to be very expensive. Training your pets up to 40+ stats can mean you must buy around 70 codestones, at 3000+ each, summing up to a grand total of 210,000np. Yikes! We’ve already spent all that NP without even buying any weapons! The last option I will mention in this guide (this doesn’t include less efficient means like the kitchen quests or faerie quests, etc) is the Swashbuckling Academy, where you do not pay in codestones but dubloons. Dubloons are less expensive than codestones, but training at the Academy takes much longer, and becomes even more expensive to train your pet in later levels. Why, the Academy only takes pets up to level 40! Still, if you are on a strict budget, and don’t mind the wait, I suggest you take a serious look at the Academy.

I always recommend building sets evenly. To me, there seems little point in paying 6 mil on a freezer if your total budget for a lineup is only 7 mil.

The 2 of your 8 weapons you will always use are a 100% multiple-use freezer and a Full Health healer. If you can’t afford the permanent freezer, a Scroll Of Freezing will work, keep in mind, it can break permamently. If you can’t afford a Full Health healer, many pet species now have good healing weapons (Blumaroo, Elephante, Gelert, Lenny, Nimmo, Shoyru, Uni and Kacheek). They may seem pricey at first but they will grow with your pet (they heal by percentages). If you are on a small budget, consider one-use healers such as the Lucky Robots Foot or multiple-use Healing Scrolls, great for low-HP fighters

Know Your Motes by Amy Soyka

Kym Huynh —  October 29, 2016 — 1 Comment

Motes are little creatures which aid you in the battledome, helping out of all sticky situations with their close attacks some defend whilst others attack, and maybe even some do both!

Ash Mote: kicks up ash to make cloud
The Ash Mote stops you from getting hurt and also has a dark attack. It also defends your pet. (found in the lost desert as scorched sand)

Bubble Mote: creates a bubble round your pet
The Bubble Mote is the best fire defence mote, preventing you from both dark and fire damage it can also protect you from physical attacks by turning you invisible.
(found in the remains of maraqua)