🔵 [Sep 1, 2019] Trials of Piety Teams – Share Yours & Discuss!

Hard to have enough firepower as Gafar die early… But Boril’s Riposte work good even against normal attack…

Do not have him yet…

I try to replace Boril with Li Xiu (both 3/60) but fail and lost 20 flags… So I decided to keep Boril, which means only slight changr in level and emblem…

Old Team:

New Team:

No effect…

10 Healing Potions
5 Minor Mana Potions
4 Arrow Attacks
5 Bomb Attacks

Saving it…

Wu Kong… Next trials I will have Wu Kong and Joon ready…


My team last time.

My team this time. Brought in Gafar for this attempt.

  • On the bench: Ariel, Elk 3.70, Rigs, Agwe 3.60, Valeria, Wu, Li Xiu

I’m not currently leveling any Clerics or Monks, so these will probably be my options for next time, as well.

I got to the bosses sooner than anticipated, with Tarlak’s special already going. I mana’ed up Wilbur to cast, and Friar resisted the debuff. Both Hansel and Gafar were resisted, as well, but it ultimately didn’t matter. With this many green tiles on the board and Wilbur’s def down on the front line, it didn’t take long.

Two moves in, and nearly everyone is finished.

One red match was enough to drop Tuck. This was probably the fastest stage 3 trials boss fight I have had.

Trainer goes to Musashi, emblems to Ma North and the Tarlak-Wilbur emblem sharing collective.


Did not have a roster screenshot to steal from the last time, so this’ll have to do:

My team this time. Decided to drop Boril since the end bosses weren’t worth the riposte, and that’s not even including the fact that Wilbur makes the riposte ineffective, anyway.

I tried just slogging through the end bosses, but an unlucky Joon snipe on Wu Kong made that unworkable. That and I’d had a super frustrating morning, so I just decided to nuke and wash my hands of it.

Vivica was able to go to +2, but Wilbur was 10 short of getting to +20, sadly. Since I’m leveling up an Owl for fun, and he’s being stubborn with his skill ups, the trainer is going to go to the Queen, but only after I get enough for a 10 feed to be more food efficient.

Thanks as always for the thread, zephyr :+1:


wow, very expensive… I do not have tornado left, I have 1 time stop, and now i create more… maybe I can try using 4 or 5 time stop instead? but if I use: heal - heal - timestop - bomb.
At the mobs I’m sure using bunch of heal, I usually use axes to reduce attack from mobs. Or should I use one slot for mana? so I can rehcarge Wilbur since from begining?


Idk to say. The duo Wilbur-Wu requires nice combos to be successful. You can’t rely on the puzzle you get. Should have just in case some tornados. And yes… In the beginning of stage 3 Wilbur and Wu should be full of mana.

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Okay another try…
Using the same teams and different items (10xheal - 5xAxes - 5xTimeStop - 5xBomb), let see the result,… drumb bell please… :drum:

I already use 80% (8x of 10 heal) and 1 axes in start of boss stage! :open_mouth: :sweat_smile: but nevermind, I want to know what the rest items can do, and specially TimeStop.

Well, I after using the right time, so before boss mana full I use TimeStop,… and the result is comfortable, they drop mana to zero, and delay the slash attacks… wow… :open_mouth:

So, use 3x ManaStop and 3 bombs, all gone… puff! Victory!

:tada: Well now, all 10 trials is finished stage 3! Achivement done, next achievement is use without too many expensive items.

Emblems Monk for Wilbur, Cleric keep for Rigard (later after I can get from TC20 or summon).
Trainer for Poseidon.

Thank you @Scarecrow for the suggestion! :+1:


I’m very glad you did it! But you should consider to make tornado anytime you have some extra iron. They are very useful, everywhere. Especially to titans, trials and legendary challenge. I produce around 100 in a month. Yes, are expensive, but worth it.

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I know it, and I already did it many time against titan, very good result, but for now I’m lacking of Irons, my posisition building right now is: SH21, Iron Storage not all max, Food storage also not yet all max. I still focus to open and research hunter lodge.

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Yes, hunter lodge is important too, for harpoons. Good luck!

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Forgot to take screens, again. This is the second time I’ve finished TofP, but don’t remember my original team either. I used Wu, Li, boril, Rigard, and Hansel. The fight was pretty one sided without much issue. I started the final bosses with 2 dragons and 2 bombs to soften them up and they just fell apart within 3 moves, 3rd was a cascade that wiped them all out.
Trainer went to Hu as he’s my last yellow before I start on Justice.


OK I also edit my reply…
Welldone :+1: wow Rigard, I hope I can get one someday… :wink:

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Yessir, those healers make a big difference when going up against the mobs before the boss. Lets you prep the whole team and ghost what you need before stepping into the last arena, all while saving on potions.

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No items needed,
trainer to Guardian Owl,
emblems saved.


The last battle was long, due to a lack of hitters on my side. I had Boril which ding attack as tank, Wu Kong that only strengthen hits and Rigard which can basically heal. My only attack specials was that of Alkanen and The Hatter. Alkanen sist st 1:12 and was taken out early. I used a revive scroll to bring him back but lost him again. The Hatter was key to take take Joon out. I just kept stealing Boril’s counter attack, combined with my own Boril Joon did not last long. I then manage to take out Boril by just continuing to steal his counter attack and avoiding Frair Tuck. With Frair Tuck it was a long drawn out battle… The Hatter does not punch hard enough. It was a case of waiting for a role of tiles after firing up Wu Kong that won the match.


My team this time:

  • Rigard +10
  • Li Xiu +7
  • Boril 4^70
  • Leonidas 2^60
  • Hawkmoon +20

Compared to last time, Rigard is up 3 talents and Li Xiu is maxed and has 7 talents. Unfortunately, I still lack hitters for this trial big time. The mob waves aren’t super tough with this crew, but I’m basically resigned to carpet bombing the bosses. My strategy is to save Li Xiu and Leonidas as long as possible, cutting Friar Tuck’s mana to delay his heal, then bombs away. This time, that amounted to 5 dragons, 5 bombs, and 1 axe.

Emblems take Rigard to +11, but Li Xiu is on one of those pesky nodes that require 40 emblems, so she stays put. Trainer hero goes to the shiny new Vivica I drew last week. She likely replaces Hawkmoon by the next time this trial rolls around. Also allows me to reclaim Hawkmoon’s cleric emblems for Rigard.


No pics this time :man_shrugging:
Viv 3/10 - Wilbur +11 - Rigard +18 - Gafar +1 - Wu +4
Had not much time on this one, was on a family trip at the zoo :rofl:
Carpet bombed boss wave through the stratosphere :joy:
Wilbur got to +12
Viv will get the clerics once maxed
Trainer waiting for Viv’s 4th tier


Didn’t think to take screenshots, but I took:

Agwe (4/62) - Joon (4/1) - Boril (maxed +18 talents) - Wilbur (maxed +4 talents) - Wu Kong (maxed +12 talents)

Game changer was WU. First two stages I took Li Xiu, lost the last stage, then took Wu when the World Energy refreshed.


First time finishing stage 3.

I took Bane (+6), Mnesseus (+6), Wilbur (4.32),
Joon (3.33), and Rigard (4.1)

I also took minor healing, minor mana, bombs, and dragons being prepared to bomb the living daylights out of them, but surprisingly, only used half of each. Used most of my healing pots on the mobs but as long as I kept Wilbur charged, the bosses did minimal dmg.

Mnesseus was key to keep removing the riposte and mana boost since the combination of bad boards, the ability of two of them to continually tell my status ailments to go stuff themselves, and the very pesky Friar Freaking Tuck, the battle took about 20 minutes.

Once I got Joon down, it was just a matter of patience with the other two as neither have an offensive special.
Emblems go into storage to be used on a first come first serve basis. Trainer likely going to Ranvir.


Congrats! :tada::cake:


Li WU Wilbur Hansel Boril NUKETOWN.


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