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Fodder Heroes and Monsters

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These units’ main purpose is to be sold or consumed one way or another. They also take up valuable hero slot space, which makes keeping them longer than necessary is not recommended.

“Gold” mons

These friendly monsters’ only purpose is to be sold. You can acquire them from Pal Summons, reward for completing dungeons, etc. They come in different varieties, with the Goldmon having the best selling value. The best source of Goldmons is from the Gold Dungeon which you can access 5 times day. Once the access limit has been reached, you can use tickets or wait until the next day after the daily reset.

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These fodder units are used exclusively for “feeding” characters or even to each other to increase their grade. They can be farmed from the Guild Dungeon, and Evo Dungeon which can be accessed up to 5 times daily. Once the access limit has been reached, you can use tickets or wait until the next day after the daily reset. Similar to heroes, you can receive them as rewards for completing dungeons, adventure maps. Lena’s daily gift include one 4* evolvemon at least.

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These expendable mons give an EXP boost to the character they’re used on. Elemental Expmons provide bonus EXP when used on a character with the same element as them. Rainbow exp mons provide bonus exp regardless of the character’s element. You can farm elemental expmons from the daily elemental exp dungeons that changes daily, with a small chance of getting rainbow exp mons per run. Unlike the Evo and Gold dungeons, exp dungeons doesn’t have entry limits per day so you can farm them as much as your Stamina allows. You can also get them as daily rewards, won as prizes, drawn via Pal Summon, and more.

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Enhancemons are fodder monsters that you can use to Enhance your hero’s stats permanently (adds up a purple star to their portrait). They have the same function as advent heroes but you unlike advent heroes, you can’t keep them as standalone characters or use them in battle. While you can easily farm R-grade advent heroes, the SR and SSR ones can be tough to farm without a powerful team. Enhancemons serve as the solution to this problem by giving you access to SR and SSR advent hero substitutes albeit at a limited amount per day or week.

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You can trade enhancemons using advent fragments and advent essence (both can be farmed from single or Multi (Advent) dungeons) You still need to evolve enhancemons to reach 6* before they can be used as enhancement materials. You can use evolvemons or unneeded heroes as fodder like normal heroes.

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Grade Limit Req Mat & Gold
R 5 per day A. Fragment x100, A. Essence x200, 100,000 Gold
SR 2 per day A. Fragment x250, A. Essence x500, 250,000 Gold
SSR 2 per week A. Fragment x700, A. Essence x1000, ???,000 Gold
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Advent Heroes

These are fodder heroes used for enhancing (adding purple stars) to your characters to permanently improve their stats. You can get as drops from the Single version of their respective advent dungeons. If you tackle the Multi(player) versions of their advent dungeons, you’ll get spirit shards instead. These shards can be traded in the Laboratory to obtain their character versions.

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Advent heroes can be used as ordinary characters as they have their own passive and leader Skills. If you like to keep a specific advent character, make sure to lock him/her to avoid feeding him/her accidentally when enhancing another character.

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