• Caleb Chong

    Does Himass skill "Unstoppable Mass" do damage to "One Enemy" or is the description wrong that it "Does moderate special damage to ALL enemies"

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  • Caleb Chong

    Fruno,

    Sorry, that strategy is way too complicated for me to comprehend cos I'm just a casual gamer... LOL.

    I just use simple stuff like deny, shield, heal, Attack and that's about it...

    I like the new Hydratila Riftmaker so much. Too bad I bought a bunch of gems and it's beyond my monthly Budget. Will wait for next month if it's on sale again but I think they will nerf it eventually.

    My ideal team is 2 Uther VIP and 1 Gangstersaurus... saving up for it.

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  • Caleb Chong

    Frunoblax,

    Based on the way Space Time works, you need to know how fast the enemy is first. If the enemy is slower than your second and third Monster, it will fail.

    Logically, it means
    a) Timerion must be faster than your enemy and your 2nd & 3rd Monster must be slower than the enemy. The safest way is to make sure all your other Monsters are the slowest types and /or do not have speed runes ( to avoid them being faster than your enemies); or

    b) To your point and more logically controllable, your whole party of monsters are faster than the enemy but Timerion comes in last. However, this doesn't work if you recharge Timerion as your party sequence will change cos I think recharge doesn't count as a full turn. Moreover, using any haste skills or recharge may also upset the sequence hence need to be avoided.

    Is it just me or does the skill seem quite iffy to you too?

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  • Caleb Chong

    Ekto,

    Thanks for your patient explanation. Perhaps I am a newbie but the skill seems flawed and iffy.

    For future reference when buying monsters, is a turn defined as 'the number of times the recipient of effect acts'?

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  • Caleb Chong

    It sounds like it takes a lot of effort compared to getting a monster with protection or shield right?

    In your example, The enemy would have denied, stunned, damaged the rest of my party and kinda defeats the purpose of the skill in the first place..

    I really regret getting Timerion if the skill is supposed to work this way.

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  • Caleb Chong

    Ekto,

    Thanks so much for helping. This means:

    So in order to have the skill effective, I must:

    a) Make sure Timerion is the last in my party to act but still faster than the monsters in the dungeon. If he is slower than the monsters, then the skill will not be effective. For example:
    i ) Works - 1st / 2nd / Timerion / enemy /enemy / enemy
    ii) Fail - 1st / 2nd / enemy / enemy / enemy / Timerion / 1st...

    b) How do I fix when recharging Timerion changes the sequence of ai) above?

    c) How do I check enemy speed before battle so I can swap Timerion out if it doesn't fit into scenario ai)?

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  • Caleb Chong

    So in order to have the skill effective, I must:
    a) Make sure Timerion is the last in my party to act but still faster than the monsters in the dungeon. If he is slower than the monsters, then the skill will not be effective. For example:
    i ) Works - 1st / 2nd / Timerion / enemy /enemy / enemy
    ii) Fail - 1st / 2nd / enemy / enemy / enemy / Timerion / 1st...

    b) How do I fix when recharging Timerion changes the sequence of ai) above?

    c) How do I check enemy speed before battle so I can swap Timerion out if it doesn't fit into scenario ai)?

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  • Caleb Chong

    So Timerion always has to be the last to act and remain that way throughout the battle?

    How do I manage recharging? Must all monsters recharge at the same time?

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  • Caleb Chong

    Thanks, but when I recharge Timerion, the sequence changes and Timerion goes first.

    If I get a monster that recharges stamina, it may help but then I have no strong attacker. The whole party mix just gets messed up.

    Does anybody who has a Timerion share if this is a bug just with my Timerion, it's a bug with the Monster in general or is the skill supposed to work that way?

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  • Caleb Chong

    Timerion Space Time skill ends if he is the fastest Monster in your party. The buff ends as soon as my other Monsters do anything (recharge, use item, Attack, etc). This renders the skill almost totally useless. I've tried removing the speed runes but as soon as he recharges, he is the fastest again and Space Time fails again. Please advise how to solve this?

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