Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Pocket Creature PVP: Walkthrough Guide

Pocket Creature PVP: Walkthrough Guide

List of Creatures on Pocket Creature PVP
Dragon
Melee
Dragon (Tier 1)
1 Gem + 250 Health + 20 Attack + 130 Speed + 30 Knockback
Gain additional 20 Attack, 20 Elasticity (Total 40 Attack, 50 Elasticity)
Tyrannosaurus (Tier 2)
1 Gem + 650 Health + 50 Attack + 140 Speed + 60 Knockback
Trample the ground and deal damage to opponents.
MechnicDragon (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 2700 Health + 75 Attack + 145 Speed + 200 Knockback
Gain 20% chance to knock oppenent back.
FireDragon (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 1700 Health + 100 Attack + 180 Speed + 95 Knockback
Gain 50% chance of critical attack (+300 Attack)

Ranged
BombardDragon (Tier 2)
2 Gems + 260 Health + 30 Attack + 125 Speed + 15 Knockback + 200 Range + 1.2 Attack Speed
Burn the oppenents in front of him.
DarkDragon (Tier 3)
1 Gem + 600 Health + 50 Attack + 120 Speed + 10 Knockback + 400 Range + 1.2 Attack Speed
Generate black hole to deal damage to the oppenents
ShadowDragon (Tier 3)
2 Gems + 300 Health + 40 Attack + 170 Speed + 10 Knockback + 900 Range + 1.5 Attack Speed
Gain additional 1.0 Attack Speed (Total 2.5 Attack Speed)

Corpse
Melee
Corpse (Tier 1)
1 Gem + 400 Health + 10 Attack + 90 Speed + 55 Knockback
Restore 10 HP per second.
DeathEater (Tier 2)
2 Gems + 840 Health + 25 Attack + 100 Speed + 110 Knockback
Restore 25 HP per hit.
EntropyAlien (Tier 3)
1 Gem + 1300 Health + 100 Attack + 0 Speed + 110 Knockback
Restore all friendly forces 40 HP per second.
Walker (Tier 2)
2 Gems + 800 Health + 20 Attack + 95 Speed + 100 Knockback
Restore 30 HP per second.
CorpseKing (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 2600 Health + 45 Attack + 100 Speed + 125 Knockback
Restore 60 HP per second.
DeathLord (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 2500 Health + 40 Attack + 85 Speed + 250 Knockback
Gain additional 1000 HP (Total 3500 HP).

Ranged
Devourer (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 800 Health + 250 Attack + 170 Speed + 100 Knockback + 260 Range + 0.5 Attack Speed
Restore 250 HP per hit.

Variant
Melee
Variant (Tier 1)
1 Gem + 150 Health + 15 Attack + 85 Speed + 10 Knockback
Gain 50% chance of critical attack (+10 Attack).
Warp (Tier 2)
3 Gems + 800 Health + 35 Attack + 120 Speed + 55 Knockback
Gain additional 100 elasticity (Toal 155 Elasticity).
EarthShaker (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 2200 Health + 80 Attack + 150 Speed + 380 Knockback
Gain additional 300 elasticity (Toal 680 Elasticity).
FrostSpirit (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 1600 Health + 175 Attack + 150 Speed + 85 Knockback
Gain 30% chance of double attack.
Spartan (Tier 3)
2 Gems + 900 Health + 60 Attack + 150 Speed + 85 Knockback
Restore his HP with the amount of damage he dealt.

Ranged
StarSpirit (Tier 2)
2 Gems + 300 Health + 20 Attack + 80 Speed + 15 Knockback + 450 range + 1.7 Attack Speed
Gain 50% chance of critical attack (+20 Attack).
SoulSeeker (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 600 Health + 85 Attack + 160 Speed + 30 Knockback + 700 range + 1.5 Attack Speed
Attacks can knockback oppenents.

Pinocchio
Melee
Pinocchio (Tier 1)
1 Gem + 330 Health + 8 Attack + 110 Speed + 35 Knockback
Restore 3 trackers to attack the opponents.
Striker (Tier 2)
3 Gems + 660 Health + 50 Attack + 135 Speed + 75 Knockback
Gain 20% chance to knock opponent back.
Ultima (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 1900 Health + 95 Attack + 150 Speed + 150 Knockback
You can feed him 8 times.
ScarFace (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 2700 Health + 0 Attack + 70 Speed + 200 Knockback
Restor all friendly forces 25 HP per second.

Ranged
Chronos (Tier 2)
2 Gems + 250 Health + 22 Attack + 70 Speed + 10 Knockback + 375 Range + 2.5 Attack Speed
Control time to make others think he attacks so fast.
Shadowkiller (Tier 3)
1 Gem + 850 Health + 35 Attack + 150 Speed + 15 Knockback + 700 Range + 0.8 Attack Speed
Attacks can penetrate all oppenents.
Chakra (Tier 3)
3 Gems + 1000 Health + 55 Attack + 155 Speed + 60 Knockback + 200 Range + 1.2 Attack Speed
Attacks can penetrate all oppenents.

Queen's Juliet Guardians
Melee
DogFace
1 Gem + 450 Health + 30 Attack + 110 Speed + 65 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Machetes
1 Gem + 1200 Health + 40 Attack + 115 Speed + 150 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Knight
2 Gems + 1400 Health + 75 Attack + 250 Speed + 50 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
WolfKnight
2 Gems + 1400 Health + 75 Attack + 250 Speed + 50 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Templar
3 Gems + 2400 Health + 125 Attack + 125 Speed + 200 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Alien
3 Gems + 4000 Health + 0 Attack + 500 Speed + 50 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Hercules
3 Gems + 1850 Health + 160 Attack + 150 Speed + 250 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Galio
3 Gems + 3000 Health + 100 Attack + 170 Speed + 250 Knockback
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.

Ranged
CatFace
1 Gem + 200 Health + 20 Attack + 80 Speed + 15 Knockback + 300 Range + 1.5 Attack Speed
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Vuvuzela
1 Gem + 400 Health + 40 Attack + 90 Speed + 15 Knockback + 500 Range + 1.5 Attack Speed
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Giant
0 Gem + 700 Health + 140 Attack + 100 Speed + 100 Knockback + 600 Range + 1.3 Attack Speed
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Chariot
2 Gems + 600 Health + 300 Attack + 100 Speed + 180 Knockback + 650 Range + 0.4 Attack Speed
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.
Azrael
3 Gems + 600 Health + 35 Attack + 100 Speed + 80 Knockback + 650 Range + 0.5 Attack Speed
They are Queen Juliet's Guards and can be obtained in Chests.

Romeo And Juliet
Melee
Romeo
1 Gem + 2400 Health + 200 Attack + 250 Speed + 120 Knockback

Ranged
Juliet-S
1 Gem + 5599 Health + 84 Attack + 28 Speed + 280 Knockback + 650 Range + 1 Attack Speed

Recommended Build on Pocket Creature PVP
Story Mode
I have come up with two build that's simple and overpowering guide for you to win the story mode without losing once in around 52 days. The setup for gems is simple, always equip your ranged with your damage gems. For melees, try to build HP gems and Ela gems. Lastly, you can give a 15-speed gem to EntropyAlien so he can move. Use queen's guards to fill empty slots to help you along the way until your build is complete, but don't feed them.

Party Sequence: ShadowDragon, SoulSeeker, EntropyAlien, Scarface, Ultima

1) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to an Ultima.
2) Buy a Dragon, evolve to ShadowDragon.
3) Evolve Variant to Soulseeker.
4) Evolve Corpse to EntropyAlien.
5) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to Scarface.

Or

Party Sequence: Chakra, Chakra, Scarface, Ultima, Ultima

1) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to a Chakra.
2) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to a Scarface.
3) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to a Chakra.
4) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to an Ultima.
5) Buy a Pinocchio, evolve to an Ultima.
6) To win the last level, buy a dragon and evolve to a ShadowDragon by replacing one Ultima.

Endless Mode
Honestly, endless mode is a very random and unforgiving mode. The monsters are all randomized. There are times where you can go beyond stage 20 or stuck at stage 12 and just couldn't go above it. Personally, I find this the most frustrating mode.

Party Sequence: Soulseeker, Shadowkiller, Shadowkiller, Shadowkiller, Devourer

For endless swirl use Devourer with 500 HP, 350 HP, 40 Ela gems. And a Soulseeker with 30 Atk, 15 Atk, 10 Atk gems and 3 Shadowkiller with 15 Atk gems each. Not the best build, however, I can achieve 90% getting a chest, 10% getting 2 chests every time. Good for earning lots of guards and gem exp.

Or

Party Sequence: Soulseeker, ShadowDragon, ShadowDragon, EntropyAlien, Devourer

This build once brought me to stage 47. Devourer up front +500 HP, 350 HP, 200 HP gems. Two ShadowDragon, one with 30 Atk, 15 Atk gems and the other with 15 Atk, 15 Atk gems. Soul Seeker with 40 Ela, 15 Atk & 10 Atk gems. EntropyAlien with 15 spd gem. Any higher spd will get EntropyAlien killed too quick.

Gement's Guide
Walkthrough Guide on Pocket Creature PVP
This was the most helpful guide I found by far especially gem strategy, so I'm posting my Story strategy solution here. Most of the strategy elements should hold true even if you like a different final combination. I discovered this line-up when it was the only thing that let me beat Moon Castle III. Part of the problem was terrible gem strategy, but even with terrible gem strategy, this reliably got through. Then I worked out how to do it from the bottom without losing any battles.

Eventual goal line-up, in order:
Soulseeker: Atk+15, Atk+15, Atk+15
Darkdragon: Atk+30
Entropyalien: Spd+15
Scarface: HP+350, Atk+10
Corpseking: Ela+15, Atk+10, Atk+10

How To Get Perfect Win on Pocket Creature PVP
Gem strategy in order (you get 10 by the end):
Get all the straight line Atk gems up to 30 first.
Get Spd+15 then the attached Atk+15 and HP+350.
Get Ela+15 then the attached Atk+15 (or HP+350).

As you say above, Atk gems go on ranged creatures first. I will add that the biggest attack gems should go on the *fastest* attack rate creatures since it multiplies their damage. Also, pile more attack gems on creatures with high damage instead of spreading it out; big lumps of damage are the way to combat groups with healers.

Lost Village:
1. Buy a Pinocchio.
2. Buy a Dragon.
3. Feed the Corpse once.

Now the strategy depends on which guard gets randomly dropped for your fifth creature. The basic tactic is, always keep two melee and two ranged. If you already have three melee, evolve one of them that will become ranged, or vice versa.

If you got Dogface (melee), evolve:
1. Pinocchio: Chronos first to fix the balance.
2. Corpse: Deatheater because it's the source of renewable HP.
3. Dragon: Tyrannosaur, so it stops dying and starts doing real damage.

If you got Catface (ranged), skip the Pinocchio and evolve Corpse first, then Dragon. At the end of Jade Forest and Keel Wastes, you'll need to assess your melee/ranged balance again based on the type of the new dropped guard. It can be better to keep a weaker ranged creature for one or two rounds until you can level up to fix the balance, rather than reduce to one ranged creature. Also, as you go along, look at which one dies first, at first it's the dragon. If you can, evolve that one faster. Evolve all four creatures once each before starting on secondary evolution. After all, four are fully evolved, don't feed them anymore. Save up 700 cash, then buy the Corpse King all at once. For me, this happened just before the last stage of Purple Night, so I never had to think about the guard drops after that. After that, just keep feeding up whichever dies fastest until you run out of things to feed.

Stuff That Didn't Work on Pocket Creature PVP
1. Ranged: I tried combinations other people posted with Shadowdragons and Chakras, but Shadowdragons die if you look at them funny, and Chakras have to get too close to the action, so get killed by melee creatures.
2. Melee: I tried combinations with Ultimas and Earthshakers and Spartans, and they all had the same problem: They were tough but disposable. The Corpselord and Scarface are the gifts that keep on giving. When all your front tanks are always replenishing HP, everything survives longer.
3. Second-best: Shadowkillers and Devourers worked okay, but Darkdragons and Corpsekings just plain worked better in story mode for me.

4 comments:

  1. This was the most helpful guide I found by far (especially gem strategy), so I'm posting my Story strategy solution here. Most of the strategy elements should hold true even if you like a different final combination.

    I discovered this line-up when it was the only thing that let me beat Moon Castle III. (Part of the problem was terrible gem strategy, but even with terrible gem strategy, this reliably got through.) Then I worked out how to do it from the bottom without losing any battles.

    Eventual goal line-up, in order:
    Soulseeker Atk+15, Atk+15, Atk+15
    Darkdragon Atk+30
    Entropyalien Spd+15 (you're right, NO faster)
    Scarface HP+350, Atk+10
    Corpseking Ela+15, Atk+10, Atk+10

    == How to get there with no waste or losses ==

    Gem strategy in order (you get 10 by the end):
    Get all the straight line Atk gems up to 30 first.
    Get Spd+15 then the attached Atk+15 and HP+350.
    Get Ela+15 then the attached Atk+15 (or HP+350).

    As you say above, Atk gems go on ranged creatures first. I will add that the biggest attack gems should go on the *fastest* attack rate creatures since it multiplies their damage. Also, pile more attack gems on creatures with high damage instead of spreading it out; big lumps of damage are the way to combat groups with healers.

    Lost Village:
    Buy a Pinocchio,
    Buy a Dragon,
    Feed the Corpse once.

    Now the strategy depends on which guard gets randomly dropped for your fifth creature. The basic tactic is, always keep two melee and two ranged. If you already have three melee, evolve one of them that will become ranged, or vice versa.

    If you got Dogface (melee), evolve:
    Pinocchio -> Chronos first to fix the balance, then
    Corpse -> Deatheather because it's the source of renewable HP.
    Then Dragon -> Tyrannosaur so it stops dying and starts doing real damage.

    If you got Catface (ranged), skip the Pinocchio and evolve Corpse first, then Dragon.

    (At the end of Jade Forest and Keel Wastes, you'll need to assess your melee/ranged balance again based on the type of the new dropped guard. It can be better to keep a weaker ranged creature for one or two rounds until you can level up to fix the balance, rather than reduce to one ranged creature.)

    Also, as you go along, look at which one dies first (at first it's the dragon). If you can, evolve that one faster.

    Evolve all four creatures once each before starting on secondary evolution. After all four are fully evolved, don't feed them any more. Save up 700 cash, then buy the Corpse King all at once. For me, this happened just before the last stage of Purple Night, so I never had to think about the guard drops after that.

    After that, just keep feeding up whichever dies fastest until you run out of things to feed.

    == Stuff that didn't work for me ==

    Ranged: I tried combinations other people posted with Shadowdragons and Chakras, but Shadowdragons die if you look at them funny, and Chakras have to get too close to the action, so get killed by melee creatures.

    Melee: I tried combinations with Ultimas and Earthshakers and Spartans, and they all had the same problem: They were tough, but disposable. The Corpselord and Scarface are the gift that keeps on giving. When all your front tanks are constantly replenishing HP, everything survives longer.

    Second-best: Shadowkillers and Devourers worked okay, but Darkdragons and Corpsekings just plain worked better in story mode for me.

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    1. GUYS I JUST FOUND THE GREATEST TEAM FOR ENDLESS HERE IT IS
      AZRAEL:HP +500, Attack +15x2
      Giant
      JULIET:Attack +30X1
      DEVOURER:ELA +15x2, HP +350X1
      DEVOURER:ELA +15X1, Attack +15x1, HP +350x1

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  2. HEY GUYS ITS ME AGAIN,SO GUYS I JUST GOT TO LEVEL 147 JUST BY SWITCHING THE GIANT WITH THE ENTROPHY ALIEN AND ADDED 350 HP TO IT I HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS TEAM AND PEACE OUT :D

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  3. @ OP & gement,
    Most likely you guys will not be reading this but I'll comment it away...

    I've tried the all the setups as suggested above.
    ShadowDragon + SoulSeeker + EntropyAlien + ScarFace + Ultima
    Chakra + Chakra + ScarFace + ShadowDragon + Ultima
    SoulSeeker + DarkDragon + EntropyAlien + ScarFace + CorpseKing

    Unfortunately none could get me through stage 3 & 4 in Moon Castle, and could barely survive in stage 1 & 2.

    I've tweaked gement's team setup upon reaching Moon Castle as follow:
    1) EntropyAlien [SPD +15]
    2) ScarFace [HP + 350, ATK +10]
    3) CorpseKing [ELA +15]
    4) Chakra [ATK +30, +15, +15]
    5) SoulSeeker [ATK +15, +10, +10]

    The result: Moon Castle is a cake!
    Finished in 52 days.


    Axsen

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