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  • Starlight
    started a topic CQ Tutorials

    CQ Tutorials

    Hey all! I’m *MOD*Starlight, one of the game’s chat moderators. I’d like to take a bit of time and share with you all a bit of information about the game. I hope that this helps you all understand the game and will let you be able to play it well.

    I'm going to start off by explaining the main screen of the game.




    This is the main screen of the game. The image in the back (which has the “All Hail Macrobe” sign, the weird monster, the grass, etc.) might be different for you. This is because it shows only one area of the game. The menus of the game, which are colored with blue, do not change though and should be visible to you, but you might not be able to access them all yet depending on how far you’ve gotten in the game.

    Now, I’ll explain all of the icons on the main screen.

    These are the top icon explanations:



    Circled is red is the Curios button. This button will take you to your Curio collection.

    Circled in dark red is your current team. It shows part of the picture of each Curio on a team along with their level, element (which is shown by what is surrounding the picture), and what their rarity is (which is shown in stars). As you can see from this picture, I have 3 rare Curios that are all at level one: Cathode (electric), Ossilis (physical), and Festisnail (earth).

    Circled in orange is the reset button. It resets the specific zone you are in and allows you to play levels that you can't play after you pass them. This button will only show once you have completed all of the levels in the zone you are currently in. It disappears after you reset it and will show again once you have beaten the zone again.

    Circled in yellow bonus button will take you to a video which you can watch to earn a free double coin or xp potion. This is only available for mobile devices so you may not be able to see it depending on what device you use.

    Circled in light green is the prize wheel. Clicking on this will take you to a menu where you can spin once a day to earn rewards. Below is the timer that shows how long you have to wait for another spin. When another spin is available, this time will be replaced with the word ready and the prize wheel icon should spin.

    Circled in dark green is your energy bar. You can tell how much energy you have by the position of the bar and the number on the bar. You can see how long you'll have to wait until you get another energy by looking at the timer on the right side of the Energy is used to play the game's levels.

    Circled in light blue is where you can purchase energy with gems.

    Circled in dark blue are your coin and gem amounts.
    As you can see from this picture, I have 225,240 coins and 5 gems.

    Circled in purple is where you can purchase coins with gems and gems with real money.

    Circled in pink is the current sale. Normally, there will be a monster, called a Curio, pictured here, a description of the sale, and the time left for this specific sale.

    These are the side icon explanations:



    Circled in red is the job tab. Clicking on this will bring up a menu showing the jobs you can do.

    Circled in yellow is the profile tab. Clicking on this will bring up a menu that shows you your name and ID and also allows you to change them. Achievements and your inventory are also in this tab.

    Circled in green is the friends tab. Clicking on it will bring up a menu shows you your friend list, allows you to add more friends, and allows you to gift and collect gifts.

    Circled in blue is the options tab. Clicking on it will bring up a menu showing different settings for the game.

    Circled in pink is the misc tab. Clicking on it will bring up a menu that has links to forums and the terms of service along with support, a logout button, and the notes. There may be another button depending on what device you are on, but it doesn't affect the game that much.


    Here are the explanations for the bottom icons:



    Circled in red is the events tab. Clicking on it will bring up a menu that can take you to current events and lets you view timers for current events and upcoming events.

    Circled in orange is the quest tab. Clicking on it will bring up a menu that lets you choose a specific zone to play in and if you want to play a zone in story, hard, or challenge mode.

    Circled in yellow is the pvp tab. Clicking on it will bring you to the pvp menu, which lets you play pvp battles, view the rewards and current and previous leaderboards for pvp. It also shows you your battle history for the current pvp, lets you set your defending team for pvp and cvc, and lets you access live pvp.

    Circled in light green is the club tab. Clicking on it will bring up the club menu, which allows you to play in any club events going on, lets you chat to club members, and, if you aren't currently in a club, lets you join or create a club.

    Circled in dark green is the lab. Here, you can craft curios, boosts, rank tokens, random Curio disks, and summons. You can also exchange Curios and boosts here for coins and xp and upgrade the boosts you have using coins.

    Circled in light blue is the shop. This is where you can buy Curios, enhancements, and boosts using coins or gems. The arcade is also located here.

    Circled in dark blue is world chat. Clicking on this will let you access the chat. In order to access it, you must agree to the terms of service and be over 13 years old. On this chat, people from around the world can talk about the game or almost anything.

    Circled in pink is the number that shows you how many unseen messages there are in world chat. The maximum number this goes to is 99 so if it gets that high, there's a chance you've missed more than 99 messages.

    I'm sure that if you are a new player, you probably didn't understand all of that. I'm going to try to explain things such as Curios, the shop, and crafting more and show you all of the menus you'll encounter.
    Last edited by Starlight; May 17th, 2016, 10:41 PM.

  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk about the friends tab, which is the third tab down on the left side of the main screen, and all of the things on it.

    Clicking on the friends tab will open this menu:



    Circled in red is what shows you that you have a friend request. Clicking on this button will take you to your friend request menu, which shows all of the people who would like to be added to your friend list. Next to someone's name on that menu is an accept button, which will add that person to your friend list, and a deny button, which will remove them from your friend request menu and not add them to your friend list.

    Circled in orange is someone's club tag. These club tag are shown to the left of a player's name and show what club they are in. Club tags are unique and no clubs can share the same tag.

    Circled in yellow is someone's player name.

    Circled in light green is a circle. If this circle is colored green, this person is currently playing the game. If it is colored red, the player isn't online.

    Circled in dark green is a box that allows you to add friends. In order to add a friend using this method, you will need to know the person's player ID, which means you will have to ask the player for it. After entering the player ID into the box, click the plus next to this box and it will send a friend request to that other person.

    Circled in light blue is the number of gifts that are waiting for you to collect. Gifts are given by friends and collecting them turns into friend tokens, which can be spent at the arcade to earn prizes.

    Circled in dark blue is how you collect your gifts. If this button is grayed out, you have no gifts to collect. If its lit up, pressing it will collect your gifts.

    Circled in pink is the gift all button which lets you send gifts to all of your friends.


    If you click on one of your friends' names in the friend list, this menu will open:



    Circled in red is the chat button. This button will be grayed out if the player is not online, but when the person is online, clicking it will allow you to private message, or pm, another player.

    Circled in orange is the remove button. This button will remove someone from your friend list.

    Circled in yellow is the view button. This button allows you to view someone's team, see their last player ranks and scores for pvp and cvc, and lets you see the name of the club they are in.

    Circled in light green is the invite button. This button allows you to invite someone to your club, as long as you have permission to do so. If your friend is already in a club, this button will not be here.

    Circled in light blue is the last time a friend logged in.

    Circled in pink is the last time a friend gifted you.


    Clicking on the chat button will open a pm, which will look like this:



    Circled in red is the name of the person you are chatting with.

    Circled in yellow is where messages from you and the person you are chatting with will show up. Your own messages will be red while the other person's messages will be blue.

    Circled in light green is where you type your messages. To type a message, click on the box and type.

    Circled in light blue is the send button. Clicking on this will send the message to the other person. You can also press the enter key on your keyboard to send messages.


    Things to keep in mind while pm-ing:
    • Chat moderators can pm you if you've sent a message in world chat even if you do not have them on your friend list.
    • Pms will disappear if you go into battle. The only way for them to return in a battle is if the other person messages you again.
    • There is no way to tell if the person you are pm-ing is online. It is important to check your friend list occasionally to make sure whoever you are messaging is still online.
    • You can only pm people on your friend list.
    Happy pm-ing!


    If you click on the view button in your friend list, this menu will pop up:



    ​Circled in red is an avatar. You chose your own avatar when you first logged into the game. The avatar will show the gender of the person you are looking at.

    Circled in orange is the person's team.

    Circled in yellow is the person's name.

    Circled in light green is the club the person is in.

    Circled in dark green is how long ago the person's last login was.

    Circled in light blue are the person's rank and points in the last player vs player, which is also known as pvp.

    Circled in dark blue are the person's rank and points in the last club vs club, which is also known as cvc.

    Circled in pink is the add friend button. This button will always be grayed out if you access this menu from the friend list, but it can be lit up if this menu is accessed from other places if the person is not already on your friend list. Clicking on this button when it is lit up will send a friend request to whoever's profile your are looking at.


    I'd like to thank Vendicia and Aftermath as well as the people on my friend list for letting me use their names/profile (even though I didn't actually ask xD).

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to be talking more about achievements and your inventory, both of which I talked a bit about in post #17 and are located on the bottom of the profile tab.

    If you click on the achievement button, this menu will pop up:



    Circled in red is a picture of the achievement.

    Circled in orange is the name of the achievement. Next to the name, there might be a roman numeral. The roman numeral will tell you what level you're on for the achievement.

    Circled in yellow is a description of what you have to do to complete the achievement.

    Circled in light green is a bar that shows you how much more you have to do to finish the achievement. If you look at the second achievement in the picture, you can see I have collected over 40 million coins out of the 100 million I need to collect.

    Circled in dark green is the level of the achievement. There will not be a roman numeral here if yo haven't completed a level yet.

    Circled in light blue is your reward for completing a level of the achievement. The rewards will be different for different achievements and the rewards get better as you complete more levels for achievements.

    Circled in dark blue is what shows you how many of the different levels of the achievement you've completed and the reward types for each level. The different levels are shown in stars and the colored in stars are the levels you've completed. The pictures next to the stars let you know if the rewards for those levels will be gems, coins, or rank tokens.

    Circled in purple is the number of achievements you've completed out of the number of achievements that exist.

    Circled in pink are buttons that let you see certain achievements. All shows you the achievements you haven't completed. In progress shows you achievements you've started, but haven't completed. Complete shows you achievements you've finished.


    If you go back to the profile tab and click on inventory, this menu will pop up:



    Circled in red is the search box. Clicking in here and typing something will let you search your inventory for whatever you typed in.

    Circled in yellow is the filter. This lets you see specific things in your journal. The different filters are all, materials, boosts, enhancements, and potions (which cannot be obtained anymore so do not use this filter).

    Circled in light green are the things in your inventory. There are boosts, enhancements, and crafting materials in your inventory.

    Circled in light blue is a picture of one of the things in your inventory. Clicking on this will show a description about what this item is.

    Circled in pink is a number that shows you how many of each item you have.

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk about the profile tab, which the the second tab on the left of the screen. I'll also be talking about how to change your player name and ID.

    Clicking on that tab will open this menu:



    Circled in red is your player name.

    Circled in orange is a pencil that allows you to change your player name. To change your player name, click on the box where your player name is and type in a new name. Then, click the pencil and your name will be changed. Changing your name costs gems so make sure you really want a name change before you go to change your name. The cost of names changes increases with the number of name changes you do. The largest amount of gems it will cost is 300.

    Circled in yellow is your player ID. While players can have the same names, your ID is unique and no one else has the same one as you.

    Circled in light green is a pencil that allows you to change your player ID. To change your player ID, click on the box where your player ID is and type in a new ID. Then, click the pencil. If the ID you typed in has been used already, the game will let you know and your ID won't change. If it hasn't been used already, your ID will change. Unlike with player names, IDs can be changed for free.

    Circled in light blue is the achievements tab. Achievements are certain things you can do to earn coins or gems. The achievements tab lists all of the available achievements you have.

    Circled in pink is your inventory. Things such as enhancements, boosts, and crafting materials will be shown here.


    Things to keep in mind when changing your player name:
    • Name changes costs gems so make sure you really want a name change.
    • If the player name you choose is inappropriate, it will be changed to something you most likely will not like.
    • The cost of name changes goes up with the number of name changes you've done.
    Happy name changing!

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  • Diablo
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    dayum girl

    wayy to much to read :P

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  • Starlight
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    Now, since I've explained everything in the Curios menu, I'll start talking about the tabs on the left of the main screen starting with the top tab, the jobs tab.

    Clicking on the jobs tab will open this menu:



    Circled in red is the amount of jobs you currently have out of the maximum jobs you can have, 11.

    Circled in orange is the amount of time left before you get a new daily job. You only get this timer and daily jobs once you've completed all 75 of the normal jobs. You get a new daily job every 24 hours.

    Circled in yellow is how many gems, coins, or xp you get from completing a job. The currency you receive for completing the job is shown in the picture below the number.

    Circled in light green is the name of the job.

    Circled in light blue is the description of the job.

    Circled in pink are 2 numbers. These two numbers sometimes appear with jobs like "complete 100 nodes". The first number is how many nodes you've completed or something else similar to that depending on the job. The second number is how many nodes you've completed so far or something else like that depending on the job.

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  • Starlight
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    Now that I finished explaining everything in your Curio collection, let's move on to the journal.

    Next to the collection button on the Curios screen is the journal button. Clicking that will bring you to this menu:



    Circled in red is the bonuses button. This will take you to the collections menu that shows certain things you can do to increase the percentages of your journal. The percentages in your journal increase the damage, healing, or health stat of all Curios of that specific rarity or element by that percent.

    Circled in orange are the stat increases from completing certain things in your collections menu.

    Circled in yellow is the filter. The filters are the same as in your Curio collection.

    Circled in light green is the sort. The sorts are the same as in your Curio collection.

    Circled in dark green is the number of different Curios you've collected out of the number of different Curios there are in that specific filter and sort. If you put the filter to all, the second number will be the number of different Curios in the game. The first number includes Curios that you currently have as well as ones you've sold.

    Circled in light blue is the picture of a Curio in your journal. If you do not have one of the Curios, you will only see a silhouette of that Curio as the picture and will not see the name of that Curio. The silhouettes can help you figure out what Curios you are missing. The design around the picture also shows you the element of the Curio in the journal.

    Circled in pink is the name of a Curio in your journal.


    Here's another screenshot since there were more things to circle than I have colors:



    Circled in red is the level of a Curio in your journal.

    Circled in yellow is the rarity in stars of a Curio in your journal.

    Circled in light green is the rarity in words of a Curio in your journal.

    Circled in light blue is the rank of a Curio in your journal.

    Circled in pink is the fusion level of a Curio in your journal.

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  • Starlight
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    Hey all! I'm back again with more tutorials. Now, I'm going to be talking about how to enhance your Curio. I talked a bit about enhancements in post #5, but I'll be talking more about them in this post.

    Clicking on the enhance button in the Curio profile will bring up this menu:



    Circled in red is the amount of coins you have. This is important because enhancing costs coins.

    Circled in orange is the name of the Curio you are enhancing.

    Circled in yellow are the bonuses for each stat that you get from enhancements.

    Circled in light green is the the amount of stats your Curio has gained from enhancements out of the maximum bonus the Curio can get. The maximum bonuses for enhancements increase as the rarity increases.

    Circled in dark green are your enhancements. These enhancements can be earned through events, levels, the arcade, or the shop. Enhancements colored in green will work best on the Curio you are enhancing. All enhancements, except mana, work best on a specific element type. Clicking on an enhancement will bring up a menu asking if you want to use that enhancement on your Curio. Clicking yes will put that enhancement on your Curio and increase that Curio's stats.

    Circled in light blue is the picture of the enhancement.

    Circled in dark blue is the name of the enhancement. Pay attention to this because it will show you what it works best against and shows you how good the enhancement is. Normal enhancements are colored purple and have the least impact on your stats. Greater enhancements are yellow and are a bit better. Ultimate enhancements are red and are the best. The name of the enhancement also shows you what stat the enhancement will increase.

    Circled in purple is the description of the enhancement. Pay attention to this because it shows you how much it will impact the stats of Curios of the same element as the enhancement and Curios of a different element.

    Circled in pink is the cost of putting the enhancement on the Curio. Enhancements get more expensive as they get better. Enhancements will cost between 5,000 and 20,000 coins.


    Here's a few things to keep in mind while enhancing:
    • Enhancements cost coins to put on your Curio so you need to make sure you have enough before trying to enhance.
    • There is a max on the amount enhancements can boost your stats. You can't just enhance forever.
    • Enhancements work best on the Curio they're designed for.
    • The max bonus from enhancements differs from rarity to rarity.
    Happy enhancing!

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  • Zombie ExGirlfriend
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    These are great Starlight. I sure wish I had some of this kind of info when I started the game a few months ago. I looked and searched the internet and facebook groups w/o finding much in the way of noob-guides. Pretty sure I even played for a couple weeks before I opened up the JOURNAL tab! I also try to help players in-game via chat or in world chat. It's fun and a nice welcoming gesture. It's not always easy staring out on a new game w/o a "rule book" and sometimes wc feels like there is little patience for new players. Nice job, keep it going!

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk about how to rank your Curio. I mentioned ranks a bit in post #5, but now I'll explain where the rank button takes you.

    Clicking on the rank button in the Curio profile will take you to this menu:



    Circled in red are the sections of the chamber.

    Circled in orange is your current rank.

    Circled in yellow is the next rank.

    Circled in light green are your Curio's current stats.

    Circled in dark green are what your Curio's stats will be after you rank your Curio.

    Circled in light blue is the status of your evolution chamber.

    Circled in dark blue is the cooldown timer.

    Circled in purple is the amount of each mastery token you have. If one is grayed out, you don't have any of that token.

    Circled in pink is the upgrade button and the required token for upgrading. Click the upgrade button to rank up your Curio. If there still is a cooldown, you will have to pay gems to get rid of it or wait for it to reach 0 on its own.

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk about how to evolve a Curio. I mentioned evolution a bit in post #5, but I'm now going to show you where that evolve button will take you if you press it.

    For an evo 1 level 10 Curio or an evo 2 level 25 Curio, there will be an evolve button on the right side of your experience bar. Clicking that will bring you to this screen:



    Circled in red are the two sections of the evolution chamber: evolution (which I am talking about now) and mastery (which I will talk about in another post). Clicking on one of the two buttons will take you to that section.

    Circled in orange is the name of your Curio.

    Circled in yellow is the current evolution of your Curio.

    Circled in light green is a previous of what your Curio will look like in its next evolution.

    Circled in dark green is the status of your evolution chamber. If the light is red and it says recharging, you will not be able to use your chamber until it is ready, which is shown by a green light and the word ready.

    Circled in light blue is the amount of time you'll have to wait if your chamber is still recharging. The cooldown time will vary depending on the rarity of the Curio last evolved if you used your chamber last for evolution or what level you ranked your Curio up to if you used the chamber last for mastery.

    Circled in dark blue is the evolve button. Click this to evolve your Curio. A screen will pop up asking you if you are sure. Click yes to evolve. If the chamber is not ready when you want to evolve, you can pay gems to have the cooldown brought to 0 so you can evolve Curios.

    Circled in pink is the cost of evolving your Curio. The cost varies with Curio rarity, but it will always be in coins.


    Here are a few things to remember with evolving:
    • Your level will drop back to 1, your skill points will go down to the original amount, and your stats will decrease so you might want to have enough xp to get the Curio back up to the level it was before evolving so it isn't weaker for too long.
    • Evolving will cause a cooldown so make sure you evolve things at a good time. Otherwise, you'll have to pay for the cooldown to go away, which will cost gems.
    • Evolving will increase the level you can go to with your Curio. Evo 1 Curios can reach level 10, evo 2 Curios can reach level 25, and evo 3 Curios can reach level 40.
    • Stats will increase more with each level after evolving.
    Happy evolving!

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk a bit more about fusion.

    If you click on the fusion button in your Curio profile once your Curio is level 40, you will see this menu:



    Circled in red is the Curio that is going to have Curios fused to it.

    Circled in orange is the Curio's original stats.

    Circled in yellow are the stats the Curio will have after the next fusion. They will be increased from the original stats.

    Circled in light green is your Curio's current fusion level. There will be nothing here if your Curio hasn't been fused yet.

    Circled in dark green is the next fusion level.

    Circled in light blue are the slots that will need to be filled with Curios in order to fuse. There will be 1 slot for fusion 1, 2 for fusion 2, and 3 for fusion 3. You'll need to collect duplicates of the original Curio to fill these slots.

    Circled in blue is the fuse button. It will be grayed out until you fill in all of the slots. Then, you'll be able to press it. Once you press the button, a screen will pop up asking you if you are sure you want to fuse the Curios. Selecting yes will fuse the Curios and first the original Curio's stats.

    Circled in pink are the duplicates of the Curio that you have.


    Here are a few things to remember with fusion:
    • To get into this fusion menu, you must go into a level 40 Curio's profile.
    • You can only fuse Curios to a level 40 Curio
    • The enhancements, boosts, levels, or ranks on the Curios you're fusing into that level 40 Curio will not affect the level 40 Curio's new stats at all.
    • The Curios you fuse into that level 40 Curio will disappear after you fuse them and will not be able to be used again. Any enhancements, boosts, or rank tokens on them will be lost.
    • It will take 1 level 40 Curio and 6 duplicates to fully fuse a Curio.
    Now that you know how to fuse, happy fusing everyone!

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk about skins a bit.

    I explained changing skins of Curios in post #5, but I'll review it a bit in case you don't want to scroll back up there. To change your Curio's skin, go to your Curio's profile and click the t-shirt. This menu should pop up:



    Circled in red is the skin name. The Curio's name will be listed first then the skin name in parenthesis.

    Circled in yellow are the different skins for that Curio. The skins in the picture above are the 3 evolutions of Macrobe. In addition to the evolution skins, there are skins in different colors and designs for some Curios, which I will show a picture of later in this post.

    Circled in green is an arrow you can use to navigate through the menu.

    Circled in blue is the equip button. This button will put the skin you choose onto your Curio. If the skin you're looking at is already equipped on your Curio, the equip button will be grayed out.


    Here are what different colored and designed skins look like:



    Circled in red is where you can obtain this skin. Most non-evolution skins can be won in Survival Arena or other events or bought with gems.

    Circled in yellow is where the equip button would be. Since it isn't there in this picture, I don't have this skin. Another way to tell that I don't have the skin is the stars below the skin's name. If the skin is able to be bought, the equip button will be replaced with a buy button, the amount of gems or coins you have (depending on what skin you're buying) will be on the left of that button, and the cost of the skin will be on the right. In this case, where it would normally say where you could obtain the skin, it'll say "Available for purchase in skin selection!"


    Every once in a while, there is a contest on the forums where you can design a new skin for a particular Curio. Make sure you check the forums and the in game notes often to see if there is a contest going on. On the forums, contests are located in the discussion tab under contests.

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  • Starlight
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    Now, I'm going to talk a bit about skills.

    If you click on that skill tab in your Curio profile menu, you will see this:



    Circled in red is the skill tab. You'll want to press this to close the skill tree.

    Circled in orange is your skill points. Upgrading or getting skills costs skill points. These skill points can be obtained by leveling your Curio. The amount of skill points a skill costs depends on the skill.

    Circled in yellow is the skill reset button. If you've bought skills already and you decided you want different skills, you can hit this button and spend gems to reset your skills. I wouldn't suggest using this button. You will end up being able to purchase all of the skills once you've fully leveled your Curio. Even if you made bad skill choices at the start, you can keep playing easier levels to earn enough xp to level your Curio and get more skill points to buy new skills. Also, make sure you are making good choices as you buy skills and read the descriptions of all the skills you can get before you purchase a skill to make sure you are buying the best one so you never have to use this reset button.

    Circled in light green is your skill tree. It shows you all of the skills your Curio has.

    Circled in dark green is a picture of your skill. There are several different skill pictures for each element type. Normally, these skill pictures can help you judge which skills will be stronger and which will cost more skill points and mana depending on how complex the image is. In the picture above, fossil furry has the most complex image and will most likely be the strongest skill while bone jab or bite will most likely be weaker skills. These same skill pictures will be shown with your skills during battles. If a picture on your skill tree is red, like fossil fury in the picture above, you won't be able to purchase that skill until you get the skills you are required to get first. The images of the skills also flash when you have enough skill points to buy or upgrade those skills. Tapping on the skill picture will take you to the menu that will let you buy or upgrade skills and will show you the descriptions of the levels of your skills.

    Circled in light blue is an arrow that shows you the order in which you can get skills. You always start out with at least one skill and the arrows lead to what skill or skills will be available next. The lit up arrows and non-red skill pictures shows you how far you can buy skills in the skill tree. In the picture above, the last non-red image is bone jab, which is as far as I can currently buy.

    Circled in dark blue is the skill name. Skill names aren't always unique to a specific Curio. Other Curios' skills might have the same names, but they may not be the same as your Curios' skills.

    Circled in purple is the cost to buy a skill. You'll need to look at your skill points to see if you have enough before buying a skill.

    Circled in pink is the level your skills is at and the amount of levels that specific skill has. If a skill is at level 0, you haven't bought it yet. The amount of levels each skill has varies with different skills.


    If you click on one of the skill pictures, this menu will pop up:



    Circled in red is the name of your skill.

    Circled in orange is the amount of skill points you currently have.

    Circled in yellow is the amount of skill points required to upgrade or obtain that skill.

    Circled in light green is what indicates the current level of your skill. For some skills, on the left of this is the word cooldown and a number. This indicates that this skill will make you wait that number of turns after use before you can use that skill again. Also, on the right of the current skill level, there will be another number in blue. This number indicates the amount of mana this skill will use up. Cooldown and mana amounts will also be shown for levels of this skill you've passed or haven't gotten to yet. Typically, these two number will be the same for all levels of the skill.

    Circled in dark green is the skill description. Make sure you pay attention to damage amounts, which are colored in green, and the type of element of the damage, which is colored in yellow, when choosing your skills. Most likely, the element of the damage will match the skill picture's element and the element of your Curio, but not always. The amount of damage is important in creating your skill set, the skills you use on your Curio. Also, check who the damage is being done toward. Damage can be directed toward the enemy Curio you're currently fighting, another Curio on the enemy's team, the entire enemy team, or your own Curios. Skills might also have a chance to do extra damage, apply buffs or debuffs to Curios, or remove buffs and debuffs from Curios. Buffs are positive things added to Curio that can reduce damage that Curio is receiving, increase the damage that Curio deals, cause damage from the enemy Curio to heal your Curio or cause more damage to the enemy Curio, or heal the Curios over several turns. They are normally indicated with a picture of the skill that gave the buff with a green border around it below the Curio's health/mana bar in battle. Debuffs are negative things that can increase damage that a Curio receives, reduce damage that a Curio deals, stun Curios and stop them from using certain skills, stop them from healing, deal damage to that Curio over several turns, deal damage after a certain number of turns, or cause certain skills of the enemy Curio to deal more damage than normal. Debuffs look similar to buffs, but there is a red border instead around the skill picture. There are also some buffs and debuffs that cannot be dispelled. They have a different color border than normal buffs and debuffs.

    Circled in light blue is what indicates a skill level you haven't reached yet.

    Circled in dark blue is the upgrade button. Press this to upgrade a skill. This button will be replaced will a learn button if you have no yet obtained that skill and will be grayed out if you don't have enough skill points to buy or upgrade a skill. Pressing the upgrade or learn button will take skill points away, but you will now have that skill or skill level.

    Circled in pink is the scroll bar. You will need this to view all of the levels of your skills.


    As I mentioned in post #5, to change or remove a skill you'll need to click one of the skills you currently have on your Curio or one of the open circles. This will bring up this menu:



    Circled in red is the name of your Curio.

    Circled in yellow are the skills currently on your Curio. They are grayed out because you can't have the same skill twice on your Curio.

    Circled in light green is the skill picture. Clicking on one of these will switch the skill you originally had on your Curio to this skill.

    Circled in light blue is the name of your skill.

    Circled in dark blue is the scroll bar. You'll need this to view all of the skills.

    Circled in pink is the remove button. This will remove the skill you originally clicked from your Curio's skill set.

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  • bradford
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    lol i love this

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