Mode in Lucid Adventure? This section of the game is unlocked once you have reached Account Level
7. Here, you get to challenge other players of the game and compete your team against them as you rise up In your ranks.
Requirements and Rewards Entry Requirement:
BP (Battle Point)Ticket Refresh Time:
You have a maximum of 10 Battle Points for your capacity. Once you run out of BP, you’ll have to let time pass or you can refill it by paying 50 Diamonds
The Arena lets you compete with as much players as you can based on how much BP you consume. You get matched randomly against another player’s defending team, and you’ll watch them fight out to see who’ll remain standing. Winning matches provides you with Honor Coins that you can use in the Honor Shop
Main Information Screen
When checking out the Arena, you’ll see two sections available. Party selection is on the left side, while your Arena information is on the right.
* Party Selection:
One the left side, you can choose which team you’ll use for attacking
other players, as well as a defending
team in case other players decide to attack you. Your total Combat Points is displayed on the upper left.
* Arena Information:
The arena information on the right side shows your current rank, name, Guild
, as well as attacking and defending stats. A progress bar is shown regarding your ranking progress. The Season duration is also displayed on the upper right. Once the Season ends, you’ll get rewards based on your rank.
Arena Main Screen
The battles that you will fight are based on your current rank level. There will be players on the same rank that might have stronger or weaker team members, so hopefully you’ll be able to compete against someone you can defeat. Matchmaking is random, and you cannot choose your opponent.
Battles can be done on Auto
if you wish, or you can manually play Arena and command your characters to use their basic or special skills. On earlier ranks, if you feel that your team is capable of winning, you can use Auto Mode. You can then switch to manual once you get challenging opponents.
Once a battle has finished, you’ll get Honor Coins as well as rank points. The Honor Coins are given out if you win and even if you lose.
This ensures that any match you play is still rewarded.
Pressing the Record button on the Arena screen will show your Win and Loss records for matches. Winning matches will be highlighted in blue, and any matches you’ve lost are marked as red. The amount of rank points you gained is displayed, as well as your opponent’s information.
The Info section provides you with a chart regarding the different rank levels. In the Arena tab, you’ll get to see the different types of leagues that are available based on your eligible score. Players who are able to score higher move up the ranks.
Winning matches provides higher Honor Coins based on your rank. Once the Season ends, you’ll be awarded more Hero
Coins and Diamonds
based on your ranking. Aside from showing the different league rewards, there is a ranking as well for the top 100 players of the game
. Additional Hero Coins are given out to these players as seen in the image below.
Top 100 Reward List
Hall of Fame
The H.O.F. button shows you the top player of the game per season. This will show their ranking, points, as well as their win and loss rate.
Hall of Fame
The Rank button shows your personal ranking across all types of challenges in the game. You’ll be able to see your rank in Arena, Sky Garden, Collecting Heroes, as well as Guild Raid.
Finally, the last button in the arena page is a shortcut to the Honor Shop. Here you can use your Honor Coins and exchange them for rewards.