I can't clear the advanced level of the "Door of Trials"! I think the monsters are too strong for the recommended level....
Good news for all you brave souls who roam the streets everyday to save the world!
Some adjustments have been made to the "Door of Trials" to make it easier for you to enjoy the game!
And the second week of "Door of Trials" is now available!
The "Door of Trials" has been adjusted to make it easier to challenge!
The "Door of Trials" is an interesting event, but to be honest, I am not satisfied with it.
The monsters are too strong and it takes too much time to clear a single door, so I feel that they are not casual enough to be a "quick challenge on the way home.
So, I gradually had fewer opportunities to challenge myself, and there was a surplus of "trial keys" given as event rewards that I could not fully receive.
But now! Some adjustments have been made to make it easier to challenge the "Door of Trials"! That's what I'm talking about!
The adjustments are as follows
Decrease in the number of battles in a row
Challenging the "Door of Trials" will be a series of battles.
You have to fight a series of monsters and win all the battles to complete the challenge, but there are so many battles!
This makes it time-consuming, and in advanced levels, you run out of recovery items, which in turn increases the difficulty level.
With this adjustment, the number of battles in a series of battles has been reduced to the following
- Advanced 5 consecutive battles
- Intermediate 4 consecutive battles
- Beginner 4 consecutive battles
The number of battles will be reduced to 4 in a row in the beginner level.
This is the number of battles that can be cleared in a short period of time, so you'll want to try more and more!
Some adjustments to monster toughness
In Dracula Walk, there is a "recommended level" for quests, but in some event quests, even if the level is the same as the recommended level for the main quest, the monsters are too strong.
In the case of the "Door of Trials" quests, the monsters were so strong in the advanced level that I gave up trying the advanced quests because I was too broken-hearted and only tried the intermediate level quests.
With this adjustment, the level of strength has been adjusted to match the challenge level, making it easier to challenge the "Door of Trials" compared to the first week!
There was a light at the end of the second week to clear the "Door of Trials" advanced level!
Decrease in the number of hearts required for upgrading
When upgrading the Kokoro of normal monsters, a total of 2 Kokoro are required for D→C, 3 Kokoro are required for C→B and B→A, and 4 Kokoro are required for A→S. However, for event monsters, a total of 5 Kokoro of the same rank are required for D→C, making upgrading quite difficult. However, in the case of event monsters, a total of five hearts of the same rank were required even for D to C, making upgrading quite difficult.
With this adjustment, the number of Kokoro required for upgrading has been reduced, making it easier to upgrade!
However, since fewer hearts are required this time, monsters from the second to fourth week of the "Door of Trials" will be targeted.
Unfortunately, "Gamegon," "Terranoliner," and "Dashrun" from the first week will not be included.
Monsters from the first week will reappear!
If you've been lamenting the fact that the first week of the "Door of Trials" is over and you've been able to upgrade your spirit a little more, but now the target monsters are gone... we have good news for you!
Gamergon, Terranoriner, and Dashrun will appear in the middle of the fourth week of the "Doors of Trial" series!
And when you clear the door, you will also get a Kokoro!
The monster will reappear not in the second week, which started today, but in the fourth week of the "Door of Trials," so be careful not to accidentally give up your Kokoro until then.
Medals from battles and homes
Did you think that the "Dragon Medal" is harder to collect than the "Radatome Medal"?
That's because it is. Unlike the "Radatome Medal", the "Dragon Medal" could only be obtained in jars and at the "Door of Trials".
If you thought it was a dream come true to complete the exchangeable items, we have good news for you!
Dragon medals are now available from battles with normal monsters and from glitter in the "house"!
You will be able to collect dragon medals much easier, so you will be able to exchange them for more and more exchangeable items.
Please note that "Dragon Medals" can only appear from the "House" glitter up to 20 times a day.
The second week of the "Door of Trials" has begun!
With the aforementioned adjustments, the second week of the "Door of Trials" has begun!
The monsters appearing this time are "Lizard Fly" in the Beginner level, "Dragon Fly" in the Intermediate level, and "Skull Dragon" in the Advanced level.
The title of "Dragon Bone Slayer" and a treasure chest will be given as rewards for advanced ranking, and high score rewards will be given according to the rank of each door as in the first week.
High Score Rewards for the 2nd week of "Doors of Trials
The adjustments have also made it easier to take on the challenge, so keep on trying the "Door of Trials"!
Now available from October 31, 3:00 p.m.!
The "Door of Trials" has been adjusted and the second week of the "Door of Trials" will be available on Thursday, October 31st at 15:00!
Let's challenge the "Doors of Trials" which became easier to challenge, and win rewards and hearts of event monsters!
Please check the " Dragon Quest Walk" Important Announcement for details on the adjustments, and visit the "Dragon Quest Walk" in-game Event Portal for details on the second week of "Doors of Trial"!