Ramahan, the Wind Inugami will be the Exclusive Secret Dungeon for January. Check below for more information on the uses of each Inugami!
Jan. 5th 12pm to Jan. 8th 12am
– Based on the server time – Global(PDT), Asia(TST), Europe(CEST)
– Gather the Summoning Pieces and summon the 3★ [Inugami] with Wind Attribute!
– The Secret Dungeon is also a rich source of Mana Stones, so don’t miss out!
- The Secret Dungeon for the [Inugami] 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.
Welcome to the first Secret Dungeon of 2018! And boy, we’ve started off this year with a pretty interesting dungeon. The Inugami family is one of the more diverse 3* families in the game, with a majority of them having relevant use in both early and end-game content. Let’s not waste any more time, and get right on to each of the family members!
Everybody knows the Fire Inugami, Raoq. Apart from his fun “combo-kill” passive & potential for a seemingly endless potential of hits, he’s also famous as an old favourite of well-known YouTuber YDCB. Raoq-Cena anyone? While there’s no denying how fun of a toy he is, his stats in general holds him back from being a “must-have” monster in your arsenal. He’s a heavy RNG-reliant monster, and that makes him so fun, but it’s also the reason why most people don’t take him seriously past mid-game. He’s worth the skillups as an extra fun-toy, but I don’t recommend building him until you have your core teams build. His only use is as a situational fire nuker in PvP (if you’ll call him that) and a Secret Dungeon farmer.
Hey look! It’s the Water Inugami, Icaru! Hey look! He’s now food for your other monsters. Please don’t use or build him. His poor stats, lack of a unique skill set & overall underwhelming damage makes him at best fusion food for the Water Ninja. Some of you might argue that his speed leader is useful, but the only monster that really benefits it is Orion. Even then, his fusion-monster Susano already does a much better job at that.
I bid you welcome to the featured monster of this month’s Secret Dungeon: Ramahan, the Wind Inugami! He’s a interesting monster for sure, being one of the rare few 3* monsters that actually does a good amount of damage in their nuke. Smother is a powerful skill that does a good amount of damage when the conditions are right. However, those conditions are what restricts him from really going to the next level. Unlike attack-based nukers, there isn’t really a defense version of a Galleon, a monster that’ll give both a defense buff and defense break at the same time. This heavily limits his usage since you’re forced to bring two other monsters just as a set-up for him. You can build him if you’d like, but other defensive-nukers like Copper, the Wind Living Armor & Bulldozer, the Fire Frankenstein will be far more deserving of your best DEF% runes.
One of the most-used monsters in the game by newer players, Belladeon is the de facto best Inugami in the family. He offers a rare skill set that few monsters can match, and is relevant all the way past mid-game. A monster with a 100% defense break, strip, heal AND attack bar boost is hard to find, and this allows him to climb out of the 3* gutters. He’s the first proper healer of many players, kicking aside the Water Fairy you get at the start of the game, and is a prominent monster in literally all contents in the game when you’re starting out. While he does fall-off past mid-game due to better alternatives out there, there’s no denying that he’s one of the most crucial monster any player will have when they’re starting out in this game. Just be warned that it isn’t easy to obtain him. The most reliable way of getting him is to find a Light Secret Dungeon of him, and you all know how difficult that is / was.
Finally, we have come to the last monster in the family. Kro, the Dark Inugami, is definitely more of a mid to late-game monster. His 3rd Skill: Scar allows him to hit an insane amount of damage, just like Brandia, the Fire Polar Queen, Argen, the Wind Vampire or Xiao Lin, the Water Kung Fu Girl. Players can choose to build him for Raids or the Elemental Beasts (especially for the Light one) in order to boost your overall damage done to the boss. He does his job even if he’s on a hybrid HP% / ATK% build and is far easier to skill up compared to the alternatives listed earlier. However, those monsters also do a superior job, with much more useful debuffs, damage and base stats compared to our Dark Wolf over here. He’s definitely a consideration if you’re lacking other options, but he’s definitely not a priority for you to build either.
Conclusion & Summary
While you can farm all of the main 3 elemental Inugamis from the Scenarios, this Secret Dungeon is an easy way to get all the skillups you need for whichever you’d like to build. I highly recommend focusing on Belladeon if you have yet to fully skill him up. I’m not exaggerating when I say that a fully skilled Belladeon will be on a completely different level. If you’re already done with that, you can consider any of the others in the future (except for poor Icaru). This is definitely a good Secret Dungeon for early to mid-game players, but anybody past that can give it a past. And honestly, by that point you don’t exactly need a guide like this to tell you what to do.
If there’s any suggestions or criticisms for this guide, do let me know in the comments below. Many thanks for reading and I hope you find this Inugami guide useful.