Monster Fusion is an endless adventure of raising monsters as your pets to battle with NPCs or other players. Questing with make your monster pets much stronger and battling against others will test their skills against the rest! Raise them, fuse them and become the best monster rancher in the world!
Tricks are skills your monsters use in battle. There are many kinds of tricks such as attack tricks and buffing tricks. If your monster is in a good mood, your monster will be more likely to show you some of its tricks. Each monster can learn up to two (2) tricks. Once your monster has learned a tricks, he cannot forget it.
There are two types of tricks - offensive and supportive. Offensive tricks cause damage to all enemy monsters and some can add negative status effects. Supportive tricks can temporarily increase the damage that you deal, reduce the damage that you take, and increase attack accuracy. These effects only apply to a monsters normal attacks.
All Tricks have a level, which represents the amount of practice a monster has using that trick. The higher the level the more damage it will do. A tricks level is represented by the number of stars by its name in your Monster status page. You can increase trick level by fusion. Fusing a trick that your monster pet already knows will ultimately result in your monsters trick level increasing. Lastly, the effectiveness of some tricks are directly related to a particular attribute (stamina, power, agility). Find this information by reviewing the trick description.
Only the monsters you have out in your ranch will be doing the quests and battles you've chosen. Also, you can have only up to three monsters out in your ranch. If you want to raise other monsters, you need to swap them with the monsters already out in your ranch. To change the monsters out in your ranch, simply click on the Monster, icon in the menu bar. Click on the monster you want to put in your team and then drag it over to the monster you want it to replace. Click the OK: button and then YES: to confirm the changes.
You can check on your monster's status by click on them, either while they are out on your ranch. If your pets are hungry, you will have to feed them first.
You can have up to 100 monsters, including ones out in your ranch and inside the stable, at once.
There are two ways to feed your monsters. You may click on them when they are hungry while out on your ranch. Or open the item menu and click on the food you want to use, then click on the monster you want to feed.
Inside the Monster Institute, you can find the Monster Generator and the Monster Fuser. The Monster Generator allows you to create new monsters. The Monster Fuser allows you to combine and strengthen your monsters.
You can create new monsters from it. However, the result is always random.
The Monster Fuser allows you strengthen the base monster by combining it with a fusion monster.To fuse, you two monsters. Monsters get stronger through Fusion. Which attributes increase depend on your monsters personality. The Base Monster in the fusion process is strengthened, while the other monster disappears. Once the fusion process is completed, you cannot get the second monster back.
When fusing monsters, there is a possibility of a lucky fusion. When this happens, you base monster will get extra attribute points. There is an item called Luck Essence which increases the probability of a lucky fusion.
There are various items in the game which you can use in the Monster Fuser. These items are called Fusion Materials. There are currently two types: Essence and Manuals. Essence will typically increase the attributes of the Monster it is fused with the exception is Luck Essense, which will only increase the probability of a Lucky Fusion, and does not guarantee it. Manuals allow your monsters to learn new tricks or practice existing ones.
For example, if you use Spin Kick Manual; in the Monster Fuser, your monster will either: a) learn the trick Spin Kick, or b) if your monster already knows Spin Kick, it will practice it and the trick level will increase. Remember your monster can only learn two tricks!
Quests will train both you and your monsters skills. You can train your monsters by completing jobs and in doing so, you'll earn gold, experience. There are three types of quests: job quests, battle quests and story quests.
Job quests will train your monster slowly. When you've cleared a job quest (reached 100%) you will earn an additional bonus reward!
Battle quests require you to test your skills against NPC opponents and are repeatable. If you win, you will reap the rewards. If you lose, your rewards will be minimal.
Story quests involve battles to progress in Monster Fusion. Story quests give the highest rewards and unlock new quests, but they are not repeatable and disappear once you've completed them. To accept a quest, click on the Quest icon in the menu, and click on the Start; button to begin.
Battles will test you and your monsters skills against other monster teams. There are several ways to experience a battle - either by competing in a Matching Battle or via Battle or Story quests. Matching battles allow you to battle with other rancher's monster teams. To participate in a matching battle, click on the Battle; button. You will see your current monster team on the left, and a list of potential battle opponent on the right. You can review the opponents monster team for careful strategic planning. Click on an opponent to battle them.
Monsters use tricks at random and cannot be commanded to do so; however, you can improve the chances that your monster will do tricks by improving its mood.
Poison is a bad status effect that causes the affected monster's power and agility to drop. Some tricks can inflict this status effect on their targets, so beware!
Damage from tricks and normal attacks changes depending on Elemental Affinity. If you monsters element is strong aginst the enemies, then your attacks will deal more damage. If your monsters element is weak against your enemies, you will take more damage when attacked. Check your monsters affinity by mousing over the element icon of your monster on the monster status page.Monster Fusion Guide: Elements, Two Stricks >> Monster Fusion Review >>
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