There are a multitude of trees we are able to skill in the Dragon Dimension and we have talked some about the strategy behind this in previous articles. However, we want to take the opportunity to really go in-depth on different skills trees and the strategy behind skilling and why we skill that way.
Skills Trees in the Dragon Dimension
When we look at skills trees in the Dragon Dimension we have multiple trees that are going to need skilling and each will have a different impact. The features you will look at with skill trees that can be changed up are as follows:
While our Steadfast Skills are attached to our Hero we want to look at this separately because the strategy of how you are going to skill is going to look vastly different between your Hero Novice Tree and your Hero Steadfast Tree. We will look at all of our Dragons together except we will take the time to separate our Reborn from our Inferno, Hydro, and Terra because of their differences. Just like with the presets video you will be able to find the information you need in this article, however, for those of you who are more visual learners we will have video too.
Set Your Hero Skills up for Success
Hero Skills have continued getting higher and higher and that will change how we are skilling our Heroes. While today we will talk in general, the skilling strategy we will discuss will be applicable to each of your Heros. When you look at your skill trees and the function you are skilling it for you want to be sure to skill it appropriately for the different uses. We will discuss combat first and then Economy. However, we will not dive into strategies for different types of players as we have been able to talk about what stats to prioritize for play type in different articles.
Setting your Hero Skills up for Combat
When you look at your Hero Skill Tree it is going to be important to note what level you are at, this will determine where you start skilling. When we skill we want to start on the lowest part of the tree possible, this will give the higher stats. Here are our recommendations on how to skill.
- Determine what the lowest part of the tree is unlocked for you, start skilling here.
- Fill in just enough points to move to the last section that you want to unlock and then fill the boxes in based on your priorities for the style of player you are.
- Once the lowest section of the Hero Skill tree is filled in with the stats you need to move on to the higher portions of the tree and repeat this process until you run out of points.
Setting up your Hero Skills for Economics
When we look at this we are looking at Hero One. This part may seem simpler but I am going to show you how to set up your Hero for Economics as well as having some cushion for other skills (this will be especially helpful for traps that want to trap in Eco gear).
- Skill your Eco skills to max. This is going to involve needing to skill on both sides of the tree. Only put the minimal number of points needed in each box to keep moving.
- Ignore the Exalted Construction and Research Skills that do not work.
- Once all of your Economy skills are done then you can move to Setting your Hero Skills up for combat and follow this process.
Set your Steadfast Skills up for Success
There has been some change to our Steadfast Skills as the stats and amount of points we are able to use have evolved. Currently, we can see those changes in Hero one and two, however, three will soon follow. When Steadfast Skills were first released we were able to pick and choose where we wanted to spend our points without following a certain progression. As steadfast has evolved this has changed and it has also changed how we strategize around spending those points.
Setting Steadfast up for Combat
When we look at Combat again the skills lower in the tree are going to provide more benefit. However, to open these and move through them we must max nodes. If you have a ton of points you may be able to skill things in the higher parts of the tree but other players will not be able to do the same. However, because of the amount of stats available in the lower part of the tree they easily outweigh the older stats.
Strategy for Hero 1 and Hero 2
- Go to the last skill on the previous tree, this is Enemy Troop Health Debuff on all three trees. Max this node.
- You can then move into the newer skills, however, you must go in order and max each node before you can move on to the next one.
- If you are able to complete the bottom of the tree and still have points left then you can take those extra points and pick and choose where you would like to spend them at the top of the steadfast tree based on your playstyle.
Strategy for Hero 3
Recently, Hero 3 Steadfast was released and this has a bit of a different strategy when skilling because of how it unlocks.
- Start in the top boxes on the far left and far right and put one point in each box until you reach Troop Attack and Health Debuff.
- Max Troop Attack and Health Debuff
- Once you have done this you can start skilling the new stats in order. You must max pre-requisites to move down the tree.
- Once this is done if you have points leftover you can move back to the top of the tree and pick and choose where you spend your extra points.
Setting Steadfast up for Monster Hunting
Next up we are going to talk about how to set your steadfast up for Monster Hunting. This is going to look slightly different.
- Max the Enemy Troop Health Debuff node to move into the bottom part of the steadfast skills
- Skill the bottom part of the tree until you are able to max both Hero Attack and Hero Energy Increase
- Move to the top of the tree and max Hero Attack and Hero Energy Increase.
- Repeat Steps 2 and 3 for Skilling Steadfast for Combat to give yourself some extra security if you decide to trap in Monster Gear.
Set up your Dragon Skills for Success
When we look at your Dragons we are going to look at them in two different categories. We will look at your Reborn Dragon and then we will group the Inferno, Hydro, and Terra together and look at them. The Inferno, Hydro, and Terra are going to have the same strategy when it comes to skilling.
Set up your Reborn Dragon for Success
When it comes to your Reborn Dragon we have the benefit of an Unlock to Here button. However, this button is going to max all of your skills above where you push it. So it is better to do the skilling by hand.
- Put one point in every box starting at the top of the tree until you get to the Reborn skill. Fill the Reborn Skill in as far as it can be skilled.
- Skill the boxes below Reborn that apply to your playstyle as far as possible. At this point, you should be able to max these nodes as long as your Reborn is leveled all the way.
- Extra points can go in other boxes below Reborn if you fill (Remember that how you skill your Dragon when filling or reining matters). However, at this point, no one is really using the reborn in combat so defense is the most important way to skill this Dragon and then you can fill in the Economy skills above or HP or healing.
Set up your Inferno, Hydro, and Terra Dragon for Success
When it comes to our newest Dragons the strategy behind skilling is going to be very similar to what we have seen in our strategy for other skill trees. We are going to prioritize the stats that are lower on the tree over the older stats.
- Starting at the top of the tree put one point in each box working your way down to the lowest skills on the tree that are a priority to you.
- Work your way up the tree skilling based on your priorities for your playstyle.
- Once you max or get “stuck” on certain nodes spend points in other places that will benefit you as a player.
- Extra points can go in HP, Healing, or Speed however, this is not necessary. Another possibility is to spend your extra points in nodes for other types of combat. This is especially helpful if you do not want to continually be reskilling. If you choose to do this fill in the lower nodes first.
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