Today I took a break from plus egg farming and revisited my old friend, Arena 1. I have cleared Arena numerous times when it was a technical dungeon and have a strong understanding of how each floor works and what kind of damage is required to successfully clear. I was also fortunate my friend visited today and I was able to record on Mantastic. With their help (and more powerful laptop) the audio came out sounding quite amazing for my standards. Perhaps if they visit more often I will be able to produce higher quality videos in the future. I only began recording on floor 17 after I had finished stalling for my actives as the previous 16 floors are more straight forward (and it was also at that time I got their laptop).
|All max-skilled and +297|
My team has not changed since my previous clears and if you care to read about them you can find my previous postings HERE and my one shot of Light Kali happiness HERE. The key to playing Awoken Lucifer or any other tank team is knowing when to stalling and when to sweep the floor. You must be able to calculate your healing potential and if it is safe to take two subsequent hits in a row without healing. One misconception is the need to always be at full health. This is not true when your HP is above 40,000 as you should only heal when the next hit will kill you. For example, if you were at 29,000/40,000 HP, and the next incoming hit was for 11,000, you should take that hit to go down to 18,000 HP and then try to heal all the way back to full HP on a 3 or 4 heart orb match. This way, you have conserved your heart orbs over two turns. This will take patience and practice to not over heal when it is not needed. If you are struggling against Sopdet on floor 13, please refer to my guide on dealing with here HERE. For Lucifer, you only need to match sets of 3-4 dark orbs and slowly widdle her down.
I also have a comprehensive team building guide for Awoken Lucifer should you be interested in building an Arena-worthy team.
Hopefully this provides some inspiration and best of luck in your future endeavours.