• sansot

    Updated through Thetys' Bodyguard. Somebody be sure to let me know if any of those stats get changed, since I'm working with very unofficial numbers now!

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  • sansot

    Those issues don't bug me, but I can see how they could be frustrating. One of your complaints has a fix, though. You mention confirmation of spending gems. That's a feature that exists. If you head over to your game's settings, you can have the game ask for confirmation any time you try to spend more than 20 gems.

    Additionally, if I could, you mentioned something interesting:

    I play it but I don't like it

    To me, this makes little sense. If you do not enjoy this game and it causes you so much anger and frustration, go spend your time doing something you actually enjoy. Life is far too short to have so much anger over a game you can play while on the toilet, you know?

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  • sansot

    I'm typically not one of the naysayers, but I completely agree. This event has been bad for high-level players for a long time now. It REALLY needs to be modified or stop being used in my opinion.

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  • sansot

    So here's my ham-fisted attempt to clean up the format of the page over on the Wikia. Colors and CSS styles can be looked at later.

    Here is what the Fire Lion page looked like before I got to it.
    And here's what the live version looks like now.

    The included stats are at the monster's unranked max level (40 in this case). Is there really a need to know what its stats are at lower levels? I absolutely intend to slowly go through and start implementing this clean up across the Wikia, before trying to update it with new information. I just wanted to get some feedback on the look. Thoughts?

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  • sansot

    @Tara-Nicole-Martin Monster Wiki isn't really a wiki, it's just called that. It's a fan site run by one guy. It is not updated by the general public. Just the one guy. I don't know how, but I think he had some sort of special access to ML data. He still updates with new monsters, but not very quickly. And that's about it. He doesn't update with event information or the like anymore.

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  • sansot

    This is a feature that has been requested a lot. SP says the feature should be coming some time this year: https://forums.socialpointgames.com/topic/4811/what-s-to-come-in-2018

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  • sansot

    Monster Power, by the way, is the total of your monsters' levels, including rank ups. The more unique (non-duplicate) monsters you have, the higher your Monster Power. The higher the levels of those monsters, the higher your Monster Power.

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  • sansot

    @Axell-Despair There are two main types of players in this game, as far as I can tell. Collectors like myself, and competitors. There's obviously some overlap. A collector's main goal is to 'catch em all.' We're more interested in obtaining every single monster (in as much as possible). As such, we're not as interested in ranking up monsters or focusing on runes to be competitive. Only what's necessary to get the monsters we want to collect.

    Meanwhile, the competitors want to 'be the best like no one ever was.' Obviously, they're not going to worry about getting a monster that isn't going to assist them in some battle (whether PvP, Team Wars, or Dungeons). Instead, they'll focus their resources on getting that particular monster, ranking him up, and getting high-level runes and relics on him.

    To actually answer your question, whichever kind of player you are, I don't think it's necessary to find yourself a team just yet. But you won't be hurting yourself by joining one. If nothing else, you'll get resources and possibly some monsters in races, you'll start obtaining War Coins for the Team Shop, and you'll be able to start trading cells (very helpful in getting new monsters or ranking up ones you have!). Just be sure that if you join a team, that you actively participate in Wars and Races. Nobody wants dead weight on their team.

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  • sansot

    @paul0613 Actually, I think the general dungeon difficulty is tied to your player level. Eventually, the difficulty will increase as your level increases (especially when you hit level 70).

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  • sansot

    @Marianne-van-Es Link has been in there. Moving it to a more noticeable location.

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