Over the course of the few years that the Dragon Dimension has existed our Heroes have evolved a lot. As time has gone our there have been more and more intricacies with each Hero that has allowed them to become more and more specialized based on your playstyle. While we have previously done Hero Guides that combined facets of each Hero based on their level in order to make things more simple we will be releasing Hero Guides for each of our Heroes. A One-stop shop for all the information you need about Hero One, Two, Three, or Four. We are going to kick it off with Hero One.
Hero One was the first and original Hero in the Dragon Dimension. This Hero came with a host of skills from Economy to Combat and it did not matter who you were it was the Hero you were using because, well, it was the only Hero. As Hero levels have progressed we have seen that each Hero has its own unique skills and something that sets it apart from the other Heroes available. We will kick this off by taking a closer look at the Skills that come with Hero One.
Hero One Skills
You are going to find a range of skills with Hero One. Some of the skills are reminiscent of the original Hero in Game of War before all the Demi stuff and multiple Heroes. We are not going to discuss Mastery or Steadfast here as they will have their own sections. Here we are going to focus on Novice Skills, these are stats or skills that are only active when that Hero is active.
Hero One Skills and Stats
These are the Skills you will find in your Novice Skills Tree:
- Monster Stats- This includes stats such as Hero Attack and Hero Energy Increase. These stats will help you as you hit Raid Bosses and Monsters. Hero One also has some more recent stats that are specific to attack against the Raid Boss.
- Type Stats- This includes stats that strengthen your Infantry, Ranged, and Cavalry Troops. Type stats are huge in the Dragon Dimension which is one of the reasons this Hero is so versatile.
- General Troop Stats- This includes Troop Health, Troop Defense, and Troop Attack. If you are able to get above current Debuff levels these stats can help strengthen any type of account which is why these stats allow Hero One to be more versatile as well.
- Debuffs- Hero One also comes with its share of Debuffs including Enemy Attack Debuff, Enemy Troop Defense Debuff, and Enemy Troop health Debuff. These Debuffs focus on those General Troop Stats we were talking about.
- March Size– These are your March Size and Rally Size Stats, Hero One offers boosts to these which can help at Control Point and with Attack.
- Economy Stats- Finally, when we look at Hero One we will find Economy Stats. This includes everything from Research, Construction, and Training to Production and Upkeep. While Upkeep is no longer relevant with VIP levels taking care of Upkeep costs these other stats will help as you work to build up your Base.
Skilling Hero One
We have entire guides on skilling and using presets so for today we will not focus too deeply on this section. However, we will give a quick overview on how to Skill your Hero One here.
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 bottom of that section 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 these do not work.
- Once all of your Economy skills are done then you can move to Set your Hero Skills up for combat and follow this process.
For more information check out this video that was originally in our Skills article.
Hero One Uses
With the skills that are available on Hero One, it allows it to be more versatile, which is great to see. Hero level and the skills available are what will ultimately help decide which Hero to use, however, Hero One has potential for every playstyle, including, Defense, Attack, and Control Point. In addition, you are going to use Hero One for all Economy skills and Monster-related functions.
Hero One Costs
As always my cautions that come with leveling your Hero is to be aware of potential power increases if you are trapping. We are going to take a closer look at the costs associated with Hero One levels. This Hero currently has the highest level of 350. In order to level this Hero, you will need Hero XP and Hero Medals.
|51-100||Hero I Medal|
|101-150||Hero I Medal: Dragon’s Wrath|
|151-200||Hero I Medal: Dragon Tempest|
|201-250||Hero I Medal: Dragon’s Valor|
|251-300||Hero I Medal: Dragon’s Rage|
|301-350||Hero I Medal: Dragon’s Honor|
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Early Hero Costs
Earlier costs varied slightly from that of the later costs, the first 50 levels of Hero One required no Medals, and when Medals were required it was initially for only every 5 levels. Newer levels have varied requiring Medals and XP for every level.
Later Hero Costs
With later costs, we have only tracked the Medal cost for our Heroes. These costs have repeated every 50 levels, therefore, we have included the chart for levels 101-150, however, this chart will also be valid for every 50 levels following that.
Hero One Steadfast Skills
Next up we have Hero One Steadfast Skills. Steadfast Skills for those of you who are new to steadfast skills are skills that apply even when you do not have that Hero equipped. This means that if you have Hero three equipped you will still reap the benefits of the steadfast skills you have on Hero One. This means that you want to be sure you have those skills done correctly even when you switch to a new Hero.
Hero One Steadfast Skills Benefits
There are two stats that are intended for Monster hunting in this steadfast tree. Those are Hero Attack and Hero Energy Increase. Besides that, the stats provided by Steadfast Hero One are applicable to all players and can be used in every situation. These include skills that echo what we originally saw in our novice tree when it comes to combat including:
- Type Skills
- General Troop Stats
- March Size Stats
Hero One Mastery
Hero Mastery is brand new and similar to Hero Steadfast skills in that it is active even when your Hero is not active. Currently, Hero One is the only Hero with Mastery Skills.
How does Mastery Work?
The Mastery tree requires you to obtain Mastery Points, instead of unlocking points you obtain points, currently, these can be found in the Gold Store and you can then spend your points in the tree. The tree itself progresses similarly to the Novice tree in that each skill has prerequisites that must be met before you can spend points there, as you spend your Mastery points you will need more than one point to skill higher levels. For example, level one of Infantry Defense costs one mastery point, however, level two requires three mastery points.
Hero One Mastery Skills
Hero One Mastery Skills remain similar to what you will see in Novice and Steadfast. Here you will find:
- General Stats
- Type Stats
- Siege Stats
- Trap Stats
- Monster and Raid Boss Stats
- March Size Stats
Hero One Events
As always be sure to take advantage of Hero One Events. These include Events for gaining Hero One XP and Using Hero One Medals and will earn you Black Market Tokens that allow you to buy goodies in the Weekly Black Market so you can continue progressing forward.
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