Shimitae, the Wind Sylph will be the next Hall of Heroes monster for the month of June 2017!
June. 9th 12pm – June. 12th 12am
– Based on the server time – Global(PDT), Asia(TST), Europe(CEST)
– 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★ Sylph (Wind).
How To Participate
1) Enter the Hall of Heroes
Location: [Battle] – [Cairos Dungeons] – [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 a Sylph (Wind)
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!
Besides Eredas, all the monsters in the Sylph family are worth building, but they don’t necessarily need skill ups to function. Among them, the best choice to skill up without question is Baretta, the Fire Sylph. He’s a crucial component for pretty much every single ToAN and ToAH team in the game thanks to his amazing DoTs, attack bar manipulation and speed leader. Newer players should prioritize feeding the skill ups you get here to him. A one-turn cooldown reduction to both Phoenix Fury and Turbulance helps immensely with the reliability of your teams.
Beyond that, Aschubel’s the next monster in the family who’s worth skilling to reduce the cooltime on his 3rd Skill. For Tyron and Shimitae, they fulfill their purposes without skill ups, so it isn’t necessary to feed any extra Shimitaes you get here. Newer players should do their best to get as many skill ups as you can for your Baretta, while mid to end-game players can either use them to finish up your Baretta’s skills or save it for Aschubel. I highly recommend keeping at least ONE Shimitae from here though, his speed leader’s amazing for Arena.
Click the links below for links for a detailed analysis on the rest of the Sylph family!