Q: I am a really high level and I have little or no legendary Creatures, but people below me have many. Why?
A: Legendary Creatures are very valuable and aren't handed out on many occasions. The only way to get them is through placing high in the Dungeon Challenge or through summoning. Please note that EVERYONE has the same chances of obtaining a Legendary Creature through summoning-- it's all based completely on luck. To strengthen your chances slightly, multi-summons (800 Diamonds) guarantee to drop a Legendary OR Epic Creature.
Q: I am a really high level and have little or no Creatures with four combo dots, but I see others below me have many.
A: As we said in the above question, it's all based around luck. However, your chances of receiving a 4-Dot Creature are increased during certain Events.
Q: Why can’t I recycle this Creature or use it for an Awakening?
A: Creatures cannot be recycled or used for Awakening if they are marked as a “favorite,” or if they are in use in either a team or in your dungeon. You will need to remove Creatures from all teams and your dungeon and ensure they are not marked as a favorite. If you long press that Creature's portrait, it will tell you where it is located.
To un-favorite a Creature, go to that Creature's info page, then unselect the star on the top left side of the screen.
Q: If I use totems on a Creature, does the bonus stay after I evolve it?
A: Yes! The bonus stats provided by totems will persist on a Creature even if it is evolved or awakened!
Q: Should you level up duplicates of the same Creature?
A: Leveling up duplicates of the same Creature can be helpful for participating in the Dungeon Challenge, as some dungeons require lots of Creatures to fill out. Completely filling out your dungeon in Dungeon Challenge gives it a sizeable boost in strength, making it more difficult to conquer.
Q: What are the Creature tiers?
A: The Creature tiers are Common, Rare, Epic and Legendary. Common Creatures have a maximum of 3 stars, Rare Creatures have a maximum of 4 stars, Epic Creatures have a maximum of 5 stars and Legendary Creatures have a maximum of 6 stars. Common and Rare creatures can be obtained in any battle they are present on Quests. Epic Creatures can drop in special instances on Event Quests. Legendary Creatures can only be obtained through Summons or as rewards in the Dungeon Challenge.
Q: Can you combo reroll a creature with no Combo Dots?
A: Yes! If a Creature has no Combo Dots, using a Combo Dot reroll will add Combo Dots to that Creature (from 1 to 4). Once the Creature has Combo Dots, future rerolls will only change the color of the present Combo Dots on the Creature.
Q: What is the best use of Prismatic Orbs?
A: The best use of a Prismatic Orb is to reroll the Combo Dots of a Creature with 3-4 Combo Dots when you are low on Diamonds. Combo Reroll costs more Diamonds the more Combo Dots a Creature has, so the Tokens can save you precious Diamonds!
Q: Can I do a multi-summon without Creature Space?
A: You cannot perform a multi-summon if you do not have enough Creature Space to store all 10 Creatures. You can either purchase additional Creature Space or recycle some Creatures to make room to then perform a multi-summon.
Q: Why do some Creatures have a gold banner around their level in my Creature window?
A: The gold banner around a creature denotes that that creature is currently a Favorite. This denotes that the creature cannot be recycled or used as an awakening material until it is removed from being marked as a favorite or if it is currently in use. Long press on the Creature's portrait to see if it is favorited or where it is being utilized. To un-favorite a Creature, go to that Creature's info page, then unselect the star on the top left side of the screen.
Q: How do I turn off the gold banner so I can recycle my Creatures?
A: To un-favorite a Creature, go to that Creature's info page, then unselect the star on the top left side of the screen. If they are in use, long press the Creature's portrait to see where they are being used, then remove them from that area.
Q: What is the best way to get new/rare Creatures?
A: If you are seeking new Creatures, there are many ways to obtain them. Common and Rare Creatures can be obtained through combat on Quests and Battle Tower. On special Event Quests, specific Epic Creatures have a chance to obtained. You can also obtain Creatures by summoning them, either using Tickets, Idols, or Diamonds from the Summon Screen. Lastly, Creatures can be obtained as rewards in the Dungeon Challenge Events that occur each week.
Q: What is the meaning of the stars on my Creatures?
A: Stars are a representation of the maximum level a Creature can attain as well as corresponding to its rarity. Each Star represent 15 levels, with a 3-star Creature being able to reach a maximum level of 45. Additionally, each rarity of Creatures has a set maximum number of stars that they can obtain. For example, all Common Creatures will only ever have a maximum of 3 stars.
Q: How do Awakenings work?
A: To Awaken a Creature, the Creature must be at their maximum Star count. On a fully Evolved Creature, access the Awakening menu to view the available Awakening benefits. The Awakening benefits are unique for each Creature, and include Stat Boosts, new Passive Abilities, or new powers added to their Special Ability - only available through Awakenings.
The Awakening benefits are listed in order, requiring you to Awaken each before you unlock the next one. To Awaken each benefit, you will need to fuse at least 1 of that same Creature from your inventory, as noted. Press the plus (+) symbol(s) on the bottom of the screen to select the required Creatures for fusing, and to see the amount of Gold needed.
There are also special milestone Awakening benefits that provide you with Awakened Stars - turning your Creature's Stars crimson for each one unlocked. These Awakenings provide you with the most unique benefits for each Creature. The potential total of Awakened Stars is equivalent to the Creature's original maximum number of Stars.
Note that the Creatures needed for fusing do not have any level requirements, but they will be lost from your inventory and bound to the Awakened Creature forever. If you're too attached to your Creatures to fuse them for an Awakening, you can use an Awakening essence instead, but these are extremely rare and hard to find.
We hope that Awakenings provides you with more value for all of your extra Creatures, plus additional strategy regarding Creature Collection and decisions around recycling.