@DukeOfTaurus Don’t expect it to be that easy all the time… Stacking mono can be a huge hazard if the board turns out to be bad.
First rule is to get the right heroes to do the job. BT and Wilbur work well together since both are average mana and one provides +attack, while the other -defense on the enemy heroes as well as spirit link. You can stack them with any colours after to form mono, 3-2, 2-3, 2-2-1, etc…
Second rule is to study the opposition and find the weakest as well as strongest link. It takes time to get this right, but once you know how the heroes work, you should be able to figure out who should be taken out first, and which heroes to bring along for the battle.
Third rule is to pray for a good board and sometimes, you could end up with a very long losing streak playing mono. It is however possible to turn a bad board into a great one, but that depends on skill and good tile management. Once again, you’ll have to figure out where best to release those unwanted tiles and minimise damage on your heroes, while searching for the much needed tiles to max your heroes’ special.
@jahjah Anzogh would definitely be a better fit than Zimkhita for a red mono stack comprising BT, Falcon & Wilbur. However, Zim’s cleanse as well as 4% health recovery is priceless so she’s good to have around. I tend to fire her special off whenever it’s ready as I want to start the health recovery tick running. She’s generally ready to fire again once the other average mana heroes have had their turn.
As to whether you should go with Kong or Azlar after Anzogh… I would say neither… Colen is a much cheaper option if you have him on your roster. Otherwise, go with Azlar. He has the better overall damage, and once he fires, it’s game over.
I have both Kong and Azlar, but I’m going with Mitsuko after I max Anzogh. I have 2 Colens waiting for blades as well. Looks like my 2 Azlars will be warming the bench for quite a while…