It’s time for the Hall of Heroes!
This time, the 4★ [Sky Dancer] with Water Attribute will be awaiting you at the Hall of Heroes!
Clear the dungeon to summon [Sky Dancer]!
▼ Event Schedule
May 11th 12pm – May 14th 12am
– The Hall of Heroes will be available at the Cairos Dungeons during the event.
– Clear the Hall of Heroes and gather Summoning Pieces to summon a 4★ [Sky Dancer] (Water).
▼ How To Participate
1) Enter the Hall of Heroes
Location: [Battle] – [Cairos Dungeon] – [Hall of Heroes]
2) Clear the Hall of Heroes
The Hall of Heroes consists of 10 stages.
The required Energy amount will be the same for all 10 stages and 25 Summoning Pieces will be given as a reward for clearing each stage.
You won’t be able to re-enter the stage once you clear it.
(You’ll get a total of 250 Summoning Pieces when you clear all 10 stages.)
3) Gather Summoning Pieces to summon [Sky Dancer] (Water)
The summoning will require 50 Summoning Pieces.
▼ How To Summon a Monster
Go to the Summonhenge after you’ve gathered all the required Summoning Pieces.
* An additional button will pop up at the summoning menu. (Requirement: 50 Summoning Pieces)
The Hall of Heroes is a very difficult dungeon where you can collect high grade monsters.
Newcomers and lower-level Summoners, beware!
It’s rare form and an infrequent occurrence that COM2US would provide us with such a great option for HOH as usually these HOH announcements end up leaving most summoners in disappointment. But perhaps, they are slowly running out of monsters that they can keep away from us now, as there aren’t enough influx of new monsters to offset their inevitable choices. Or perhaps there is another game out there that was just released that could be challenging them for their throne.
Either way or reason, and more importantly, I believe this is the first time that they are giving away a monster with L&D Nat Five counterparts and it’s somewhat a relief that they have not decided to repeat/recycle previous HOH iterations as they have never chosen HOH monsters with Nat 5’s in the family. But never say never.
This is definitely Sky Dancer season as they are also rewarding new Sky Dancer skins for RTA guardians and above (maybe a nerf incoming?) Whether you already have Mihyang or not, this is a must-farm HOH as every member of the Sky Dancer family is a potent power house in their respective formats. Please check our brief family guide below, or click on thumbnails for in depth analysis, and leave comments if there are any questions.
Hwahee, the Fire Sky Dancer
Hwahee became a very useful unit when Rift Beasts were opened. In end-game scenario, she’s unparalleled as a lone sustain/damage dealer/attack buffer unit . She could potentially heal more than Colleen due to attack scaling and deals ton of damage allowing S-SSS runs. Outside of rifts, she is also a decent contributor for NB10 teams and a situational PVP offense unit. Though she’s not very versatile in most areas in-game, she is already proven very effective in Rift Beasts. Hwahee is definitely worth six-starring. Overall, High Damage, AOE heal and ATK Buff, Multi-HIt Third Skill
Skillups Required: 16
Mihyang, the Water Sky Dancer
Mihyang is definitely a great monster all around. Firstly, she is quite versatile and can be used in multiple formats and her skill set is quite unique as she offers first-skill glancing debuff, decent damage and enemy buff removal, and AOE heal with 1-turn cleanse and 1-turn buff increase. Many Summoners elect to use her as a secondary healer for backline R5 raids and even occasionally she can be spotted in RTA matches for her versatile support. If you plan to use all the Mihyangs to skill up another sky dancer instead of building her, it’s highly recommended that you keep one to build if you haven’t started building one already.
Skillups Required: 13
Chasun, the Wind Sky Dancer
Chasun is one of the premier healer’s in the game and is worth fully skilling up as she is quite dominant for GW/SW formats on offense and defense. Rarely do monsters offer two heals within one kit but Chasun’s third skill heal can heal through disturb recovery as well as transfer ATB gauge. Chasun is well known as one of the most efficient healers in the game. If you haven’t maxed her out yet, this HOH will definitely help you out.
Skillups Required: 10
Yeon Hong, the Light Sky Dancer
Quite possibly the most broken/overpowered monster in the game. Yeon Hong is quite the dominant force in G2-G3 RTA and will continue to be until something is done about her skill set. Her third skill is unrivaled in terms of impact such that in a match, she can literally almost fully heal HP and fill ATB 100% of both herself and an ally with one skill that is on a 3 turn cool-down. If you have not been a lucky recipient of facing her in RTA yet, chances are someday you will bear witness to this nightmare opponent. And If you are a lucky owner of this unparalleled L&D Nat Five monster (you beat the game btw), it goes without saying that you shouldn’t hesitate to fully max her skills out – even with devilmons.
Skillups Required: 12
Wolyung, the Dark Sky Dancer
Although also being an L&D Nat five, and though decent in her own right, she is still incomparable to Yeon Hong’s overall impact in the game. Wolyung does decent damage with her third skill which was recently buffed to ignore damage reduction effects without any requirements and is most useful for just this purpose such as killing shielded targets while also providing AOE healing support for your team. Let’s also not forget to mention that Wolyung also provides a 28% Speed Leader buff for Arena formats. Wolyung has a decent kit and is also definitely worth fully skilling-up. If anything, she’s pure SALT.
Skillups Required: 13
Conclusion & Summary
The Sky Dancer family is probably one of the best families in the Summoners War universe. And so it comes to no surprise how this HOH is probably one of the better, if not the best HOH offers in a long time. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to grab some Mihyangs for your collection this coming weekend.