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Dragalia Lost's latest event, Resplendent Refrain, is an event that favors light Adventurers in an all new raid dungeon. This dungeon has four teams of four face off against the mighty Sabnock, which is probably the toughest raid fight in the game yet.
Although Sabnock is tough, he isn't unbeatable. We've been testing different ways to clear this raid and have been able to clear it consistently by following a few, simple guidelines. See below about how you too can start clearing the Sabnock fight:
The toughest part of every facility event in Dragalia Lost is the pesky wave-based challenge battles. These fights push your Adventurers to the limit with tons of enemies with huge amounts of health that can take you down easily if you’re not careful.
With A Wish to the Wind, this wave-based event is as hard as ever, but it is certainly passable. Check out a few handy tips on how to beat the Ruler of the Shore mission below:
There's only a few more days left of Dragalia Lost's second raid event, Kindness and Captivity, and if you're anything like me, you've already cleared all of the Endeavors and maxed out the Gold Emblem rewards.
Even if you have done all of the high tier stuff in this event, there's still a few handy things you can keep doing for the next few days to make sure you're all set by the time Kindness and Captivity ends. See below:
Dragalia Lost's second raid event dropped this week, and after speculating on everything you'd need to know to get prepared, we've spent some real time figuring out exactly how this raid works. As it turns out, everything we suggested would be useful turned out to be correct (fancy that!), but there are some other nitty-gritty details about beating Hypnos that we couldn't have possibly known until the event came out.
Now, after clearing Hypnos 21 times as of this writing (with 19 of those clears being expert and EX clears, mind you), I've gathered quite a few tips to make this fight a bit easier. See below:
Move over, Clash of Clans. Step aside, Forge of Empires - there’s a new mobile base-builder in town, and Mad Rocket: Fog of War isn’t afraid to put its own stamp on the genre.
Published by Four Thirty Three, the game has just launched on iOS and Android off the back of a successful soft launch, during which player feedback was positive.
Mad Rocket is all about building and destruction, but it’s the Fog of War itself which really differentiates it from the competition. The game plays out on a tile-based map and enemy bases are completely shrouded in fog, which adds an extra layer of strategy.
Halloween isn’t even here yet and Dragalia Lost’s Trick or Treasure holiday event is already over. That doesn’t mean we have nothing to look forward to on the 31st though.
On the contrary, at the end of this month, a brand spankin’ new event is coming, and it’s called Kindness and Captivity. There’s a little bit of info on that this event will be, and a lot of speculation about how best to prepare. Once again, we’ve gathered all this info in one convenient place so you know what to expect when this event goes live.
Element is a pretty neat sci-fi real-time strategy game that takes place on a spherical map. Although it streamlines quite a few elements of the genre to make things simpler on a touchscreen, the game can still be quite complicated and hectic.
If you spend too much time simply swiping to look around your planetary battlefield, your enemy can really build up momentum and steamroll you. With that in mind, check out these tips to help you in your galactic conquest.
It’s finally here! Loyalty’s Requiem ended in Dragalia Lost, but it has swiftly been replaced with a new Halloween event. This event—called Trick or Treasure—had quite a bit of hype surrounding it before it came out, and for good reason too.
This isn’t just another raid-based event for another element type. It’s a facility event, meaning it’s focused around letting you earn rewards to help you upgrade your Castle Grounds. In light of the fact that Trick or Treasure is such a different beast, we’ve put together a quick and dirty guide on how to get a jumpstart on this Halloween event.
According to some savvy players, there’s another event coming to Dragalia Lost, and it’s coming very soon. Thanks to some data mining and other clever trickery, there’s a quite a bit of info on this next event coming out, and we’ve compiled the most important bits in one convenient place. See below for what you need to know:
When playing with other people, you want to make sure you look like you know what you’re doing. Not only does it help make the online experience run more smoothly, but you’ll pass missions more often and receive more rewards in return. So, with that, check out our expert tips for being a great teammate in Dragalia Lost
In a previous Dragalia Lost guide on Loyalty’s Requiem, I mentioned that the minimum Might threshold for beating Phraeganoth was around 6,000, and now I’m going to tell you exactly how clear this raid if you have such a team. If you’re not much for words, you can also just check out the video above and watch a 6k team of mine (barely) clear the raid.
There are some definite strategies you need to know to beat Phraeganoth, but—as you can see in the video—executing on them can be tricky and put you in a bad spot fast. Nevertheless, if you are just careful enough, you can beat Phraeganoth using the following strategies:
Dragalia Lost has only bit out for a little more than a week, and it’s already got new event-based content. Loyalty’s Requiem is a raid-style event where players can face the powerful Phraeganoth in four teams of four adventurers in hopes to earn all kinds of sweet loot, including a new dragon.
This event is only going to be up for 10 days, so everyone’s rushing around trying to figure out how they can blaze through the whole thing and earn the best rewards for it. Luckily, we have some tips for you that can help you do just that. See below:
The more you dig into Dragalia Lost, the more stuff you find you need to do. There’s leveling your heroes, tending to your dragons, crafting weapons, and—of course—questing. Since the game is still relatively new though, it can be confusing to know what you should be focusing on, even if you’ve already sunk a lot of time into the game.
Of course, the real answer to what you should focus on is whatever you feel is most important to you at any given time. But, we have been pretty much playing Dragalia Lost nonstop since its release and are prepared to share with you a few progression tips that let you make smart, long-term investments into getting further in the game faster.