Wayne, the Water Bounty Hunter will be the Exclusive Secret Dungeon for December.
Dec. 1st 12pm to Dec. 4th 12am
– Based on the server time – Global(PDT), Asia(TST), Europe(CEST)
– Gather the Summoning Pieces and summon the 3★ [Bounty Hunter] with Water Attribute!
– The Secret Dungeon is also a rich source of Mana Stones, so don’t miss out!
- The Secret Dungeon for the [Bounty Hunter] will be available at the Cairos Dungeons during the event.
- Gather the Summoning Pieces by clearing Dungeons and summon the Monster!
How to Participate
The Secret Dungeon consists of 10 stages.
You can get Summoning Pieces by clearing the Dungeon.
- You can enter the Secret Dungeon by going to Battle -> Cairos Dungeon -> Secret Dungeon.
- A total of 40 Summoning Pieces is needed to summon the Monster
- You can unlock the Cairos Dungeon by clearing Kabir Ruins
How To Summon a Monster
Go to the Summonhenge after you’ve gathered all the required Summoning Pieces.
* When you collect the required number of Summoning Pieces (40), a new function to summon will be added to your Summonhenge.
Secret Dungeon Monsters Info
The Secret Dungeon has a total of 10 stages, each with a different number of Normal and Awakened monsters. In the final stage, there’ll be a boss version of the Secret Dungeon monster. Like other bosses, he or she can’t be stunned or oblivion, so do watch out!
Of course, the greater the number of stages you clear, the more summoning pieces you’ll get. Certain stages will also have an additional chance of giving you another piece.
As one of the older families in the game, the Bounter Hunter family has seen its fair share of experimentation across the game. These units have risen and fallen from the meta throughout the years, and have settled as a generally average family with basic utility. The only monsters worth considering here are Randy, the Fire Bounty Hunter, Jamie, the Dark Bounty Hunter, and the featured monster here, Wayne, the Water Bounty Hunter.
Randy works as a basic Copper / Bulldozer partner early on, and he actually does a great job at that. His speed leader gives just that little omph needed to make your 0 speed Copper slightly not as slow too. However, his usage has fallen drastically once Imesety, the Wind Horus, was released in the game. As of now, you can consider feeding skillups and building him if you have yet to obtain Imesety. If not, you can work with a 2015 Randy, Copper, Chloe combo early on in the game in Guild Wars.
As for Jamie, his only practical use is as a Katarina support very early in the game. His cleanse and attack buff can help save your fight if Katarina is unfortunate enough to get stunned, while the attack buff saves the spot for a different monster. However, his main reason for being somewhat usable is largely attributed to his Dark element. With the plethora of Belladeons running around Guild Defenses in Fighter 3 wars, Jamie serves as an amazing bait for Belladeon to use his Seize at, instead of Katarina. Apart from that, there’s little reason to use him.
Finally, we come to Wayne. In some ways, Wayne serves as a Water counterpart of the much more popular Bernard, the Wind Griffon. Both 3rd Skills are virtually identical and have the same leader skill (for their respective attributes). One just might ask, why isn’t Wayne as used as the Griffon?
First off, Bernard has a slightly higher base speed, at 111 compared to Wayne’s 110. While it seems trivial at first, this means two players with the exact same rune quality will guarantee that Bernard will get the move off. Besides that, Bernard 2nd Skill serves far more utility and synergizes to their supportive role, serving as a great counter to both nukes and tanks alike. The Wind Griffon also works in other places beyond PvP, including ToA and starting GB10, making him much more resource efficient. Lastly, Bernard’s 30% Wind Attack leader skill helps immensely with one of the most famous Arena Offense teams in the game, a double-Lushen comp. With these factors, most players will often opt for the bird over the hunter.
In conclusion, this Secret Dungeon is mostly relevant for newer players in the game. The specific Bounty Hunter monsters mentioned above, while by no means great, are still relevant early on. Consider spending some skillups to make them more viable for your teams, but players who have already went past the issues faced above can just give this dungeon a pass.
Click the links below for the Stats and Skills of the entire Bounty Hunter family.