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A brand new major feature, Hero Classes, has arrived with the new version 18 update! Keep reading for more information on how to start using Hero Classes for your heroes:
What are Hero Classes and How do They Work?
Hero Classes enable all heroes to grow in power beyond their current limits.
Each hero belongs to one of 10 Classes: Barbarian, Fighter, Wizard, Cleric, Rogue, Druid, Monk, Ranger, Sorcerer or Paladin.
Leveling up a hero in their Hero Class allows the…
Rilf’s tutorial (thanks @Rilf)
About this document
My name is Rilf and i am the Leader of Seven Days Hunting (7DH).
Thanks to Zero, Rook, MadMarv, Checker and Kerridoc for proofreading and helping with the sheet.
If you find any errors or would like to suggest an...
Kerridoc’s talents classes list
A separate thread to discuss the new Class Talents is probably in order. Each of the ten Classes has a unique Talent that is learned at various points in the Talent Tree. The tree has five trainings of the class ability; each training yields:
6%chance to apply bleeding from any normal attack. The effect deals 60% of the damage done and lasts for 5 turns. This effect stacks
5% chance to bypass defensive buffs when attacking. This in…
BarryWuzHere’s Google doc
Trials by color
Trial of,Classes,Mob Color,Bosses,Boss Color,Strong Colors,5* Regular,5* Event & HOTM,4* Regular,4* Event
Survival,Barbarian,Red,Nashgar, Domitia, Scarlett, Azlar,R/P/R/R,B/Y,Azlar,Obakan,Kestrel,Gravemaker,G....
UPDATE: The bosses HP have been raised slightly, perhaps their defense stat as well. It is not meaningfully different from before v20. This is based only on the Trials of Justice quest so far.
UPDATE for v20. Difficulty of the final level in each quest has been raised. I’m going to record new tutorial videos for each quest. Hopefully they will still be beatable with 4-star classic hero teams but I’m doubtful. During beta, one of the earlier iterations of the quests were much stronger tha…
Kamikaze Assassin’s google doc (Trees classes …)
Nes’s Order Trials
So with colection of all contributions and hypotesis, this is the estimated schedule:
Wednesday - 16 January 2019 - 7am (gmt) - STRENGTH ( Barbarian, Fighter)
Sunday - 20 January 2019 - 7am (gmt) - FORTITUDE (Cleric, Druid)
Wednesday - 23 January 2019 - 7am (gmt) - MYSTICISM ( Sorcerer, Wizard)
Sunday - 27 January 2019 - 7am (gmt) - SERENITY (Paladin, Ranger)
Wednesday - 30 January 2019 - 7am (gmt) - SURVIVAL ( Barbarian, Rogue)
Sunday - 3 February 2019 - 7am (gmt) - PIETY (Cleric, …
Your pics are awesome as always! Thanks
A fantastic job, as usual! Thanks
@Mariamne, especially on the images for the Trials. Thanks for putting these together, and doing so well as usual!
Very nicely done. I know graphics can be helpful for a lot of people.
Thanks for these! Your graphics are absolutely the best ones I’ve seen for events/etc!
I’m a little confused by the blue grid of the different kinds of trials, 'tho. Maybe it will make more sense when I see some trials.
Edit: I’m thinking that a chart with a list of the trials, showing the class it earns emblems for, the other class permitted, and the mob monster colors and bosses associated with it. That would help figure out where my roster has holes that will make a particular trial difficult for me to complete.
Good job! Your work will help and guide all E&Pplayers who visit this forum!
A respectful hat down to you, Sir!
Thank you for making these guides. They are amazing as always! My absolute favorite source for game info in a beautifully put together graphic!
From what I understand from beta info… each quest allows heroes from two classes to complete it. Upon completion of each round you get emblems for those two classes.
Fantastic work as always. Many thanks.
Thanks a lot,
@Mariamne! The infographics are amazing!!!
I’m a little confused by this picture?
does this mean that 1 hero can use 2 kinds of coins?
There are Class Quests that run every so often. Each one limits which heroes you can use to those of two classes, say Fighters and barbarians on the Trials of Strength. When you compete each of the three levels of the trials, you are awarded some emblems for those two classes (in this example, Fighter and Barbarian emblems).
If you find that chart confusing, look through the list of each of the Trials posted above. Each graphic shows which two classes are used.
You could collect two types of coins in specific trial
Example paladin + monk in Trials of Justice
and the hero that we can carry? only the hero has been set according to the emblem? or free of any hero?
Great work !!! Many thanks
Don’t tell me you’ve obtained the Infinity Cookie… and plan to double the number of cookies in the universe by snapping it in half!
On a serious note, great work, as always