I use Spiky Spike when objectives call for knock out bird attacking your banner, Vengeance when I cannot heal birds, Thorn Wall to help win battles during opponent turns, and Resurrection most all other times. I used to have a fully enchanted Time Jump which I used almost exclusively before I accidentally recycled it. I try to keep one of each around just in case I run across a new objective where they may be helpful, but those are the only ones I have enchanted.
@pixelyzed Most of my grinding is done with an underpowered ‘Underdog’ team. On the very rare occasion where I need to change it up, I use the ‘Blessed’ set in conjunction with ‘Resurrection.’ I used to be a VERY big fan of ‘Resilience’… but not so much anymore (since ‘Valiant’ came on the scene).
For grinding, I use whatever birds I need to level up with their best set I have.
In the Arena, I’ve had the Level62 Valiant banner for a long time, I never get the head part. I used to have a lower level Blessed head I scrapped for shards and ressources but not its banner. So I keep my Valiant banner fully enchanted waiting for the head. I used to match it with an Anger Management head I also didn’t have the banner for but I got both the Might banner items recently which is not bad at all and enchented it fully. A full matching set brings your power up and the 10% power attack increase helps.
As for emblems, I’m back to mostly Resurrection as it’s a 30% chance versus a 10% chance with TJ but I use TJ occasionally as well. Spiky Spike and Thorn Wall are very good when the objectives call for them. Never got Resilience and haven’t seen Vengence in ages (I used to have a Level 41 one or something like that. Long scrapped). Vampiric is also good when I need a strong attack team and don’t want to use Matilda. Palladin is my mainstay in the Arena and I change the other 2. So something that heals the banner can be very useful even if my banner has 31525 health points (885 power on its own). I also keep all the emblems I get now. All 7 emblems I have are Level61 and fully enchanted.
I don’t fret about the arena as much. Now that I reached Diamond twice (last 2 seasons) I don’t care as much and I’ll struggle to reach Platinum this time around. Doesn’t matter :)burbman@burbman
I could be wrong Yosh, but I think Schmutz is originally Yiddish.
Well yeah but, I hear people using it, and as long as it’s a valid entry in my favourite online dictionary – dict.cc – it must be a valid word too :D
@smwforever45 „schadenfreude” entered the lexicon owing to The Simpsons :-P and then we have „delicatessen” (anglo’d spelling, of course), „Blitz”, „doppelganger“ (anglo’d), „dollar” and quite a few others. However, technically speaking, Old English was an antecedent of Anglo-Saxon which is classified as a West Germanic language… sooooo…yay!!
@pixelyzed Hey, I have undying respect for bis/multis :-P as I am a recovering mono… and, with Yosh’s continued encouragement, I’m confident I can eventually join the club XD (my German is about B2 at this point… urgh!)
B2? Good job! When I finished school my English was also at B2 level. Going beyond that is REALLY hard, simply because you don’t know “what more is there to learn now?” XD
“I and my doppelgänger went to the kindergarten because they had delicatessen for only a dollar. Unfortunately, in a blitz, the meal fell into the schmutz. We had a lot of schadenfreude over this.”
@smwforever45 Hmmm, I think the „deutsche als fremdsprache” version of B2 is rather less rigorous that what you’ve experienced. XD They say „your German is at X level” so you’ll buy another very expensive night/afternoon course! In any case, I feel that my comprehension of spoken and written German is good… my speaking is only OK… and it very much depends on what is being discussed. Würg. And – unlike you – I am very much aware of what else/more there is to learn… ROFL! Seriously, dude, if you didn’t tell people that English wasn’t you’re first/native language… they’d never realize. Und – „Ich pinkle nicht in deinem Ohr” – as we say in good ol’ Aussie English! XD
Same as “English as a foreign language”. To my knowledge, B2 is “Very good intermediate language competences”, C1 would be “Advanced language competences” and C2 would be “you could also be a native”. I think my English is probably C1 (since it’s been two years since I graduated, and the process of learning never ends – but my official language level is still B2). I still have to look a lot of stuff up in dictionaries. More than you think. I don’t qualify for C2. XD
My French course isn’t that expensive! I currently pay €80 per semester, for some VERY good lessons done by competent tutors.huggie@huggie
Hi guys. Level Mouth Pool has 10 waves. Each of them has 1 Spirit Caller (Big pig, 5700 hp, Undead- 3 turns, only attack: run away-3 turn charge) and some weak undeads. On waves 1-9 Spirit caller gives 10 snoutlings upon defeat (on wave 10, 2). You can easily get 100 snoutlings per pass. You can only select 2 of your birds (can borrow one from friend). On auto-play (elite paladin+ elite thunderbird) I’ve got 50-60 snoutlings. Upon every completion you get to spin for a chest which contains ingredients and 5 snoutlings. (Regular AoE attack is a must. Still haven’ tested per minute. Hope this helps.e5c4p3artist@e5c4p3artist
This thread seems to have gone off-topic long ago, until @huggie brought it back on! :)
As for his Mouth Pool strategy. Indeed you can get a lot of snoutlings in one pass through the level. I just did it and got 130. I will need to improve my time to increase the cost/time benefit though.Nightcrawler@sam-spargo
This thread has a tip to get the most snoutlings in mouth pool
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